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B) forcing you to explicitly do things that should be implicit like implementing a method of an interface through a public method, or comparing value types and reference types without worrying about "Is" vs. "="
I will definitely agree that VB's syntax is kludgy in some areas such as lambda and anonymous functions. On the other hand, being forced to be explicitly identify interfaces has a lot of benefit when verifying the correctness of software. Ambiguity is the enemy of correctness.
Today started with my coffee machine taking its own life. As I have an emergency backup, I still managed a cup of getoutdahouse.
Then Mrs Wife offers to drive us in as 14 had an exam. The car broke down. We got it back from a service on Monday and think it's related.
Finally the kettle, I am reliably informed, has joined the coffee machine in electronic suicide. Maybe they had a pact...
So car's back in the garage.
Coffee machine repair organised.
New kettle purchased.
I suspect he might get away (literally) with it on his first day, but it might raise some questions once everyone recognizes his face...
Would have been safer to grab the coffee machine from his old job
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)
Yes! I would love to have one of those inertia dampening
couches and especially the automated drug administering
devices for when someone changes the deliverable target
a week before beta!!
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