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bio website n.a.
location Netherlands
age 43
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Sep 3 at 7:15

I'm a professional software engineer, working at NSpyre.

I have interest in OO languages and have C# knowledge (MCTS, WinForm applications).

Currently I'm busy writing an app for Korg music synthesizers and try to learn myself WPF at the same time, so probably I will ask (a lot of questions) about WPF related items.

For my job I currently write in Python.


Sep
2
comment Is there a design pattern for splitting up files into smaller files?
+1 for the Rope idea, although I do not use strings, I might use a similar idea.
Sep
1
comment Is there a design pattern for splitting up files into smaller files?
@delnan I was wondering whether this was a more or less generic problem.
Sep
1
comment Is there a design pattern for splitting up files into smaller files?
@DocBrown I don't need it actually that much performance wise (although it might help), however the chunks I want to be able to copy easily from one file to another (in memory), so I either need to copy/paste them or keep the chunks as separate objects.
Jul
7
comment Full signed part of two complement long
I have to admit my question is not very good and actually, it's not MIDI but I reversed engineerd it wrongly. HOwever, I accepted the answer and leave the question, because the answer fits the questions well as it stands this way. Btw, I have the MIDI specification and it is clear enough.
Mar
18
comment When internationalizing texts, should underscores (for keyboard shortcuts) be part of the texts to be translated?
In some cases they cannot be unique (so maybe I should not add shortcut keys at all in those locations). I will probably do it afterwards; I don't want to leave then the underscoring to the translators (it's a hobby project after all). Also thanks for reminding about the global shortcuts.
Dec
14
comment How to test a localized WPF application in visual studio 2012
Thanks ... lot of useful information in that link.
Nov
9
comment Indenting/formatting brackets like { } and [ ]
We use nedit and don't use a populairi IDE here :-(
Feb
10
comment What is the appeal of Systems Hungarian?
I agree to this answer. About using intValue and strValue, you can also see it as valueAsInt and valueAsStr, so I don't know if I consider this hungarian notation, it is more like that int and str are part of the variable name.