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Comments by Reto Ravasio (Top 8 by date)

Reto Ravasio at 22-Oct-11 3:52am View
   
you're right, but the code above could be used to send ctrl-A, ctrl-C to the application. This might work for some applications.
Reto Ravasio at 13-Oct-11 19:19pm View
   
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I think the functions name is wrong. It's not returning an open port, the function is returning the first free port from a given range and should be named accordingly.
Reto Ravasio at 13-Oct-11 8:57am View
   
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why not use explorer?
Reto Ravasio at 11-Oct-11 15:27pm View
   
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You're right that it compiles but what would you do with the old method? If you leave it, intelisense will show you two methods and when you remove it it could be considered a breaking change because without the new namespace old code will not compile. I'm sure they had some discussions about this at Microsoft before they released .NET3.5. Whichever way they decide, there are always people not happy with the outcome. Overall I think they did an excellent job with the BCL.
Reto Ravasio at 8-Oct-11 4:45am View
   
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I agree but how could they have prevented that situation? Lists ForEach was introduced in .NET2 while all the Linq stuff came much later in 3.5.
Reto Ravasio at 8-Oct-11 4:22am View
   
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Actually the original version should be around ~156 characters because the two template arguments <student> are not needed.
Reto Ravasio at 31-Aug-11 17:42pm View
   
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thanks, appreciate that
Reto Ravasio at 28-Aug-11 3:14am View
   
VS2010 uses C#4 by default but you can tell it to use another version. (Properties/Application/Target framework)

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