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February, 2005

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    back to basics - three-way file merge

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    I had planned on writing a medium-sized post about three-way merge, mainly just as a foundation to make sure we're all on the same page. However, after doing a quick search (using the new MSN Search Engine since I had done the same search with Google...
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    IEnumerable is still great for lazy fetching

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    This isn't really a quiz per se, just a reiteration of how IEnumerable can be great for getting a pseudo-collection of something that you know will still change in the future and you want to include those updates. This includes some generic type inferencing...
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    VS 2005 code snippet for a typical event

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    If you follow the guidelines, events have a decent chunk of boilerplate code - they'll typically have an associated EventArgs subclass (typically with an Empty property), they'll have the event declaration, and then they'll have the OnEvent method to...
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    useless benchmarking

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    This is admittedly, for the most part, useless, but over a lunch last week I had mentioned writing this out of curiosity and there was a request to post it. As with all benchmarks, if you actually take any numbers this produces as gospel on how to code...
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