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Comments by zenwalker1985 (Top 23 by date)

zenwalker1985 at 7-Mar-12 9:00am View
   
Reason for my vote of 5
Very nice. Could come handy some time.
zenwalker1985 at 28-Feb-12 3:11am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 2
Sorry its repeated many times :)
zenwalker1985 at 28-Feb-12 3:09am View
   
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I would say its a duplicate. :)
zenwalker1985 at 28-Dec-11 23:40pm View
   
Read the topic LINQ TO XML.
zenwalker1985 at 28-Dec-11 22:35pm View
   
I guess to make both different isolated web page talk to each other directly (Student bio vs Quiz) would lead to a tight coupling. So rather make it independent. Let the saved value go to server or an intermediate service or entity. Such a way you can have a loose coupling.
zenwalker1985 at 28-Dec-11 22:33pm View
   
Guessing the page here means ASP.NET, then tagged appropriately for you.
zenwalker1985 at 19-Dec-11 5:15am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 5
Very nice. Thanks
zenwalker1985 at 9-Dec-11 8:21am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 4
Very nice!
Basically an open mind is what is needed to excel. Admit mistakes and learn and preach is the best mantra :)
zenwalker1985 at 12-Nov-11 22:30pm View
   
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I am not sure about the performance yet, because you have included any information regarding the same.

Any ways need not always be a dll for disassembling! ;)
zenwalker1985 at 10-Nov-11 0:58am View
   
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Dont you think LINQ is internally again a loop though with much better tweaks. But this post says with out loops.
zenwalker1985 at 6-Nov-11 8:42am View
   
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Very nice trick/tip. Thanks
zenwalker1985 at 26-Oct-11 9:43am View
   
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Although its a nice trick, but its some times confusing and even missed out if your shipping the code. I guess its lot better to use conditional directives!
zenwalker1985 at 26-Oct-11 6:45am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 5
Nice
zenwalker1985 at 26-Oct-11 6:45am View
   
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Good if visual studio does this by default atleast!! Instead of writing NotImplementedException.
zenwalker1985 at 21-Oct-11 14:46pm View
   
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Reason for my vote of 1
Lack of information and clarity.
zenwalker1985 at 21-Oct-11 14:40pm View
   
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So what you are saying is that the source code has to be shipped to the customer wherein at some time later when there is a need, it can be compiled on the fly there itself rather than shipping from the vendor again? Perhaps like SP!

Definitely as others said, it needs much more clear explanation. Hence down voting this.
zenwalker1985 at 19-Oct-11 9:29am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 4
Nice tip
zenwalker1985 at 18-Oct-11 4:59am View
   
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@Pete,
Have updated the Regex code part, please take a look if its correct. Just for the readability sake i updated it because earlier html tags got mixed up in between the code.
zenwalker1985 at 16-Oct-11 10:05am View
   
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Have not done a perf mon on both of the solutions, but finding a process name is more costly than mutex way, i think.
zenwalker1985 at 7-Oct-11 10:39am View
   
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If your deleting all of the browser session history, then its a problem. Assume i have opened few tab pages and upon closing this tab page and it clears all other tap pages history then its a problem right?
Other wise good tip mate :)
My vote of 5 as well :)
zenwalker1985 at 2-Oct-11 23:47pm View
   
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Reason for my vote of 4
Very nice!
zenwalker1985 at 19-Jul-11 0:54am View
   
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Yes, For your kind info, this tip isnt any attempt to replace the exact IS operator. Infact i just tried 2 see how basic IS operator can be simulated and not implement every feature it does in c#.

Plus, internally it takes object and a type and converts objects to type 2 compare. Yes as johannes guy pointed out i am not taking inheritance into picture here.

FYI, this isnt a replacement for IS nor a FULL implementation either. Hope you understand.

Thanks
zenwalker1985 at 15-Jul-11 7:32am View
   
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Appreciate your suggestion, but as said i am not creating a replica instead simulating the same.

Also yes i didnt take inheritance into consideration.

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