SolutionYogi

New York, United States

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Age: 33

I am a developer, not a programmer. More on my website.

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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Enlightened
Jun
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comment How does the C preprocessor handle circular dependencies?
On the other hand, this particular page (linked by R Sahu) gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/cpp/… is much easier to understand AND has the keywords I would search for.
Jun
12
comment How does the C preprocessor handle circular dependencies?
@EricLippert I kind of agree with Lundin here. 'Average programmer' is not used to reading specifications. I think part of the reason is that specification language can be quite dense and hard to understand. E.g. what did you search to end up with section 6.10.3.4? It is not obvious to me at all. When I go to the spec, I will have to go from the beginning of 6.10.3 and read whole bunch of things before I find the relevant section.
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awarded Autobiographer
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May
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comment Creating XDocument with xsi:schemaLocation namespace
@James Thank you so much for sharing this working code. I was pulling my hair trying to get the namespaces to work.
May
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comment Why can I assign 0.0 to enumeration values, but not 1.0
This is really cool, I finally get to see the code you wrote. It's awesome that Roslyn source code is open source. Now I completely understand that there exist valid reasons (technical/legal) to not provide change history but it would have been super awesome to see the change history to see how the code evolved.
Apr
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revised Why is CancellationToken separate from CancellationTokenSource?
added 1 character in body
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Mar
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comment Too many 'if' statements?
@EricLippert I like JAB's solution too. IMHO, enum type in C# leaves much to be desired. It doesn't follow the pit of success philosophy which rest of the features do. E.g. stackoverflow.com/a/847353/92414 Does c# team have any plan to create a new enum type (so as to avoid breaking existing code) which is designed better?
Mar
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awarded Necromancer
Feb
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comment jQuery and $ questions
@Bere Please refer to my answer 'Why function aliasing doesn't work'? stackoverflow.com/questions/1007340/… to understand why this approach is not working for you.
Feb
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awarded Caucus
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awarded Great Answer
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