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I use an old Win Server as the only thing connected to the internet; dual-homed, and my internal network has to go through there to get out. Most of my devices are hard-wired, and my WiFi SSID is not broadcast so it sees very little traffic
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Your return could've been a bit more dramatic.
I was thinking something like "Mortals! Thou hath awakened me from abyssal sleep. State thy business!"
Now it's just a bit of an anti climax
Missed opportunity, really...
I was recently given a Windows form application to work on. It was done as a single form with over 24,000 lines in the code behind file. I was taught that no file should be over 1,000 lines. Maybe 2,000 if a lot of repetition was required. What do others feel about the maximum size of a single file?
Not also the single form had nested tab containers with over 600 controls on this singe form. They went as much as 5 deep. It was an abuse of the Window Forms framework in many aspects. My question is only about code file size.
So many years of programming I have forgotten more languages than I know.
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