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Apr
14
revised Handling Business Logic/Validation Race Conditions
rm thanks
Apr
12
revised Tracing an object
link formatting
Apr
11
revised Why does Java (and other langs too) have seemingly redundant functions like “str.startsWith(String str, int fromOffset)”?
typo, formatting
Apr
10
comment Is JavaScript fail-safe?
Isn't XMLHttpRequest IO?
Apr
9
comment Would it be troublesome to learn C# and F# at the same time?
I think your comparison is very unfair. A lot of the complexity of the C# version doesn't come from required ceremony, but from optimizations, like smarter choosing of pivot.
Apr
6
revised Different Implemenations of Tail Call Optimisation
closed paren
Apr
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
29
comment Restrict cluster size with closed-source module in otherwise open-source program
What exactly would that closed-source module do? How hard would it be for someone else to reimplement it?
Mar
17
revised Why is there no Swap command?
typos
Mar
16
comment Why aren't field-like events implemented as a list of delegates?
The question asks why do field-like events look the way they do. Your answer talks about ListView, which has lots of events, but at least some of them are implemented using EventHandlerList. So, how empty delegate looks like doesn't matter for those events, because empty delegates are never stored.
Mar
15
comment Why aren't field-like events implemented as a list of delegates?
But types like ListView don't use field-like events. For them, even those 79 nulls would be too much.
Mar
15
comment Unsafe redundancy refactoring in ReSharper 9.0?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is basically a bug report.
Mar
15
revised Find the best shuffle
formatting; edited tags
Mar
15
revised How to create good positive and negative images for opencv to distinguish smiling from not smiling?
edited tags
Mar
13
revised Would redrawing controls in c# give more performance?
edited tags
Mar
12
comment Concurrent collections, should read methods allow multiple threads at one time?
If you want to do something like this, use the Immutable Collections library. It doesn't copy all the data on every change, so it's going to be much more efficient (and you won't have to write all the code yourself).
Mar
12
comment Concurrent collections, should read methods allow multiple threads at one time?
Using lock on a private object (either a dedicated lock object, or existing object, like _collection) is the best practice. There is no CriticalSection type in .Net and Mutex is a wrapper around Win32 mutex, which is much less efficient than lock.
Mar
11
revised How can I avoid these nested repetitive ifs?
rm tag from title
Mar
11
revised Differences between Instruction set (architecture) and machine language?
rm thanks
Mar
6
comment comparison of computer processing language vs protocol
@zukermanyoav Protocol doesn't actually do anything, it's not an application. So I don't see how could you consider it to be a processor.