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Only if you pre-program them for the whole cycle, and with 13.47 moons and a Dyson Sphere to work on that not really practical. You need a quantum processor with nanoparticle printing tech to do it properly, just like the stickers do.
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Yeah, my old work didn't use Core. My new work does. It's mostly fine, you barely notice the difference. Except with entity framework/Identity.
And of course, winforms support in Core has been slow and is still crap. I've been writing a system to parse Excel into JSON (the client can't understand JSON) and then parse the JSON into our database (transporting data for a new client). Did the final step in .NET as Core wouldn't work for winforms. Then decided it would be nice to import my JSON in the same client app with a UI. But I can't. It's in Core.
I plan on copying the code into a plain .NET DLL and seeing if it will run. It depends on Syncfusion being the same for both