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Some you have probably seen a post from last Tuesday entitled Floating Point Fun. If you have not read this I would recommend going back and reading it before continuing. In this post I discuss some of the interesting things that can happen when dealing with floating point math in C#, it is important to note that these items did not happen in version ......

I have been searching for an answer to this one and I am perplexed. http://msdn2.microsoft.com/... returns an array of the generic arguments .. what I can't figure out is if they will ever be out of order. The arguments themselves have a position on them, is it possible that I get them back out of order ......

I knew there was a reason I kept Junfeng Zhang's Blog on my list (even during the slow months). I hadn’t checked the blog in a few weeks but reading it now just made my day. There are two new items listed on the blog. The first is that someone fixed a huge security hole, I have actually run into this particular security hole. Junfeng calls it ......

I was poking through Jason Haley's blog today when I came across one of his interesting links (which are usually pretty interesting btw). It pointed to a post by Phillip Haack titled A Testing Mail Server for Unit Testing Email Functionality. I generally enjoy reading about other’s unit testing experiences as I often gain quite a bit of perspective ......

I apologize for the code not being indented , I am using word 2007 and no matter what I do it does not seem to want to indent properly (I have tried copy/pasting to notepad, you name it), if you know how to get this working please contact me. See picture of word version http://gwb.blob.core.window... update I manually indented ......

I am sure by now that most know how floating point approximations work on a computer.. They can be quite interesting. This has to to be the weirdest experience I have ever had with them though Open a new console application in .NET 2.0 (set to build in release mode /debug:pdbonly should be the default) it is important for me to note that all of this ......

As some of you may have realized, I am in the process of re-implementing my AOP framework to fully support generics right now (figured I might as well as I am white boarding it for open source deployment anyways). I have come across numerous issues in dealing with generics. Today I sent an email to the castle project group (who are going through a similar ......

Eralier I posted (and deleted) about the Queue class not implementing ICollection from some research this is by design. From: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/... collections that limit access to their elements, like the Queue class and the Stack class, directly implement the ICollection interface."If you look, the interfaces ......

Be very careful when using Array.Sort in 2.0. I had posted a bug report about this a while ago http://lab.msdn.microsoft.c... The behavior observed was originally in arraylist (which uses Array.Sort internally) so keep in mind that this applies to it as well. Array.Sort(Items, ......

Hoping that this works…



In the creation of my dynamic proxy I ran into some “interesting” fringe conditions.... I started off as all do needing a very simple interceptor generator, this is btw very easily done if anyone is thinking about attempting it. I later decided to add mixin support which was a bit more interesting. That said lets get into some background ......

Sorry for spamming but I have had a few posts stuck in my head for a few weeks and I am sitting at my desk in a position I have resigned waiting out my time. Obviously I will not be receiving any new projects and all old projects are on wait of other resources = Bored Greg. Continuing with the dynamic proxy I created a DSL for runtime based aspect assignment. ......

I am leaning towards re-implementing my dynamic proxy as open source (BSD license of course). As with any open source project my biggest problem was not a shortage of ideas but in finding a really cool name that I could also have the domain for :) In this process I have come across something odd. In AOP Ido not actually use dynamic proxies! I use Dynamic ......

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