Primarily a .NET/SQL Server Developer (C#, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, WPF, WinForms, APIs, etc.), but Jack of all Trades when it comes to development.

I've dabbled in C, Adobe Flex, Flash, Ruby on Rails, Perl, PHP...

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comment How can I treat strings read from SQL as verbatim?
How are you verifying that your string contains .*\\.scr$? Setting breakpoints and using the inspector to see the value of the variable will always show escape characters.
May
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answered Iterate over a list of floats
Apr
29
awarded Nice Answer
Apr
28
awarded Good Answer
Apr
27
awarded Enlightened
Apr
26
answered Splitting two concatenated terms in python
Apr
24
answered Javascript div doesn't work
Apr
24
awarded ienumerable
Apr
23
comment In Python, is a list synonymous with an array?
Possible duplicate of Python List vs. Array - when to use?
Apr
23
answered Why is LINQ ToList not used here?
Apr
19
comment how to use var value name as function name in JavaScript
That depends on how the function is defined. This may or may not work.
Apr
19
comment SyntaxError: invalid syntax when coding in python
@smitthy - Which version of python are you targeting?
Apr
13
comment Error - What is the difference in the following JSON?
There is none. There must be an issue with the code that is parsing the response.
Apr
13
comment promise.all return only first data
What does x do. Is it possible that there are no ul.opinion-listings li on the entertainment.php page?
Apr
12
comment (!n%2) is the same as (!n%2 == 0)?
@Veverke - Wrong. Empty strings and 0 are both falsey in JavaScript. Using your definition, they should evaluate to true.
Apr
12
comment (!n%2) is the same as (!n%2 == 0)?
@Veverke - ...or an empty string, or 0.
Apr
12
comment Why does deserialization of nested dictionary throws an exception in C# but works in F#?
@KCT - Your update doesn't make sense. The JSON that you posted has no Arrays in it, yet the error you posted says that you're trying to deserialize an Array. The JSON you posted must be different than what you're actually trying to deserialize.
Apr
12
comment Why does deserialization of nested dictionary throws an exception in C# but works in F#?
@HansPassant - Copy-cat. Haha.
Apr
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comment Why does deserialization of nested dictionary throws an exception in C# but works in F#?
@KCT - Either way, I've updated my answer with the equivalent C# alias.
Apr
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comment Why does deserialization of nested dictionary throws an exception in C# but works in F#?
@KCT - Inheriting from Decimal<string, decimal> and creating a new child type is very different than just aliasing the parent type with a different name. Just because you inherit from Decimal<string, decimal> doesn't guarantee that it can be deserialized the same way.
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