optional nesting? What is this language feature called, and is it intended?
asked Dec 18 '12 at 18:57
In the sentence “Each time you sleep with someone, you also sleep with his past,” what does “past” mean?
C++ pointer names
Is there a synonym for 'fake' that has good connotations?
Delphi InputBox for password entry?
Do you think natively compiled languages have reached their EOL?
How many bugs is too many?
Keeping passwords in the registry as “secrets”
Going from C# to VB.NET - Resources?
Should I use nails or screws for hanging drywall on the ceiling?
How can I maximize the caffeine content of my coffee?
Elegant check for null and exit in C#
How does a guitar body affect electromagnetic pickups?
Why do we still use DataSets in .NET?
How to properly escape a single quote for a SQLite database?
Is Resharper's recommendation to make my private method static a good recommendation?
Can I suspend redrawing of a form until I have performed all updates?
What Are The Advantages/Disadvantages of Using Both VB.Net and C# In The Workplace?
Does anyone ever use the Ribbon Control?
Is it a good idea to paint during Winter?