Nico

Kaiserslautern, Germany

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Age: 36

C#, C++, Objective-C and Java developer/trainer primary. Ruby, Python, F#, Smalltalk and some Lisp interested person secondary.

Feb
26
comment Javascript: Array length stays 0 when adding items
Hm, you do not push to markerList, but to markerList[<key>]. Is that your problem?
Feb
26
comment How to parse a URL?
Is that code covered by the JavaScript DOM binding standard? - I didn't find it yet.
Feb
19
revised EF Linq query is 100x slower than stored procedure
Typo fixed
Feb
17
revised Linq query or Lambda expression?
Clarification
Feb
13
revised Paging a collection with LINQ
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Feb
13
revised Paging a collection with LINQ
deleted 132 characters in body
Feb
8
answered Linq query or Lambda expression?
Nov
27
comment Why are Postfix ++/-- categorized as primary Operators in C#?
Apple's Swift programming language guide does explicitly suggest to use prefix increment/decrement by default, unless the specific behavior of the postfix variants is required. (This could be understood like Apple counts prefix increment/decrement as "primary operators".)
Aug
18
revised Difference between Covariance & Contra-variance
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Jul
21
awarded Yearling
Jul
21
awarded Autobiographer
Jul
2
awarded Curious
May
23
awarded Popular Question
May
9
answered LinkedHashMap in .NET
Apr
15
awarded Necromancer
Feb
22
awarded Constituent
Feb
10
awarded Caucus
Dec
28
revised How to call Cocoa Methods from Applescript under OS X
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Dec
26
comment Comparable and Comparator contract with regards to null
(Such an equation a.compareTo(b) == -b.compareTo(a) is not necessarily correct for every type. The return value of compareTo() needs not to represent the difference of any fields of two objects. Although this is a way in which compareTo() is programmed very often, it's not a good idea! - A calculated difference could overflow and then result in a wrong positive/negative value. (Better literally return -1, 0 or 1 from compareTo() only. - It's not so sneak, but correct.))
Dec
25
revised How to call Cocoa Methods from Applescript under OS X
edited tags; edited title
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