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Comments by Tom Clement (Top 3 by date)

Tom Clement 5-Mar-13 1:09am View
Great point Michael (and a helpful link). I wasn't aware of that article.
Tom Clement 2-Jan-12 13:31pm View
Reason for my vote of 3
I don't really think this is the best way to handle this requirement. Reasons include 1. Accepts negative constraints but doesn't handle them, 2. Throws an exception when input is greater than int32.MaxValue, 3. Should use overrides rather than events. 4. Doesn't handle min/max errors.
Tom Clement 2-Jan-12 13:02pm View
Reason for my vote of 5
Thanks Dave

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