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using (var hammer = 
       new HandTool(Usage.AllowMalicious))
{
  hammer.Smash(Screen as HammerTarget);
  Body.Head.Mimics.EvilGrin();
}

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comment How do you pronounce the '…' operator
@Kirk: Sorry for the fuss. Original question was "In speech, how do you pronounce it?" so for me this was more general than just reading code. As for your ampersand example, in the context of C++ I agree to read & as 'and'. How about HTML? Eg. " you'd read 'and' or 'ampersand'?
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comment How do you pronounce the '…' operator
Erm... I'm sorry to criticize, but seriously? Do you read/pronounce commas, dots, colons, semicolons, too? Eg. "Excuse me comma but I am lost dot dot dot"? Whenever an ellipsis is used a punctuation mark you don't read it, just use proper intonation for the sentence. This is the context where you pronounce ampersand as 'and'. In a situation where an ellipsis (or any other character) is the subject or somewhat related to the subject of the conversation, you refer to it as 'ellipsis', not 'dot dot dot' nor 'triple dot'. So it's an ellipsis operator.
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