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News hi and welcome my name is edo van vliet, i'm a freelance microsoft developer and overall geek (and proud of it :)
readme.txt a geek. now armed with a blog.
just posted this here as a reminder to myself or anyone else looking for a quick way to create a comma-seperated string from a list of things. public static string ListToCsv<T>(List<... list) { CommaDelimitedStringCollection commaStr = new CommaDelimitedStringCollect... list.ForEach(delegate(T item) { commaStr.Add(item.ToString()); }); ......

i've been using the foldershare beta for some time now, and I like it! it keeps folders between my home pc and laptop syncronized without any fuss. just set it up and boom, instant sync. works behind nat, firewall etc. when I started up this day foldershare notified me that they have gone out of beta. the new name is now windows live sync. the upgrade ......

was working with a quick query to find some data in a netxt field containing a comma-seperated list of countries, so i wrote: select id, countries from tablea where cast(countries as varchar) LIKE '%mozambique%' this didn't return the number of rows i expected so i investigated further. it seems that using cast() in this way (without specifiying a length) ......

i love stack overflow. it's like experts exchange, only it works. i have posted several questions (see here) and got answers on almost all happy happy joy joy. answering questions gains you reputation. more reputation means more functions, like up or downvoting. elegant. go try it with a question. -edoode ......

after a well deserved break from the blog stratosphere, i have returned. i'll try and post an entry weekly stay tuned! -edoode ......

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