optional nesting? What is this language feature called, and is it intended?
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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?
How to properly escape a single quote for a SQLite database?
Do you think natively compiled languages have reached their EOL?
Should I use nails or screws for hanging drywall on the ceiling?
How many bugs is too many?
Keeping passwords in the registry as “secrets”
Going from C# to VB.NET - Resources?
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?
Is Resharper's recommendation to make my private method static a good recommendation?
Why do we still use DataSets in .NET?
Should a UI display actions that are not available?
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?