Stephen Toub

.NET, MSDN Magazine, and other Adventures in Life

February, 2005

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    When (a+b)+c != a+(b+c)...

    In a discussion of C# this weekend, someone said (a+(b+c)) is the same as ((a+b)+c) when a,b,c are all primitive data types, like int, float, double, etc. In pure math, sure. In code, not necessarily. First consider System.Int32 and the following example...
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    John Keefe

    I try to keep this blog about Microsoft, MSDN Magazine, and .NET (when I remember to post to it at all) , however every once in a while I have something personal to share. John Keefe , my college roommate and best friend, decided to pursue acting professionally...
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    March 2005 MSDN Magazine now online!

    I was out of town last week, and as a result this announcement is a bit delayed, but better late than never, right? The March 2005 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at . And for those of...
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