I started writing articles about computer programming in 1989 when I saw an article in Computer Language Magazine about a topic I was working on at the time. I thought I had a better approach, so I coded up an example, wrote an article, and submitted it to Dr. Dobb’s Journal. I was ecstatic when . . . → Read More: Priority Queue in C#
Little Foot is the neighbor’s cat. For the five years we’ve had Charlie, I’ve been warning the neighbors that if he catches the cat in the yard, I can’t be held responsible for the outcome. My neighbor said, “I know.”
Charlie cornered Little Foot yesterday–in a plastic trash can that had been knocked over by . . . → Read More: Charlie versus Little Foot
I got a note the other day from somebody who was trying to use my .NET CAB file wrapper:
I have found an interesting case where I can make it fail every time in Vista using your C# wrapper. Just for the record, I do not believe this is a problem with your C# wrapper.
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