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Jan
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comment Is it a good practice to use List of Enums?
Related SO question on HashSet<MyEnum> vs. flags enums: stackoverflow.com/q/9077487/87698
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
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accepted CRUD API: How do you specify which fields to update?
Sep
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accepted Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
Sep
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asked CRUD API: How do you specify which fields to update?
Sep
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comment Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
Good point about the printers, but are you sure that there were terminals which supported showing two characters on top of each other (rather than replacing the first one with the second one)?
Sep
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comment Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
@KarlBielefeldt: Good point. :-)
Sep
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comment Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
@BasileStarynkevitch: Curiosity -- I like to learn from history. Of course I use UTF-8 everywhere today!
Sep
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revised Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
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Sep
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revised Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
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asked Why does ISO 8859-1 contain letter-free diacritics?
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answered Time estimating of a complex bug investigation (not a straight-forward one)
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Mar
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comment Why aren't field-like events implemented as a list of delegates?
@JeppeStigNielsen: At least with C# 6.0 and the Elvis operator, the null check won't be necessary anymore: MyEvent?.Invoke(this, e);
Mar
15
comment Why aren't field-like events implemented as a list of delegates?
Yes, that's exactly my question: Why did they choose a (custom) list representation with an utterly inconvenient 0-element case instead of a (default) list with a convenient 0-element case?
Mar
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asked Why aren't field-like events implemented as a list of delegates?
Feb
28
comment Am I designing software or architecting software?
I doubt there is a formal definition for job titles such as "software designer" or "software architect". Choose whatever buzzword you would like to see on your CV.
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