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Designing a Generic Range Class: Take 2
My previous post talked about the layout for a generic range class I was working on. I have now settled on the nomenclature and have filled out the properties and methods. I think I'll post this to CodeProject some day. [Serializable()]public class Range<T> : IRange<T> where T : IComparable<T>{ [Flags] [Serializable] public enum RangeCompareResult { ... } // Constructors public Range() public Range(Range<T> range) public Range(T Start, T End) // Properties public T Start public ......

Posted On Sunday, April 23, 2006 8:16 PM

Designing a Generic Range Class
It has taken awhile, but I have finally started on a C# project using VS2005. For the moment, VB6 has been retired. My initial actions have been porting some utility classes forward to a new library. One of the first ones I tackled is a generic range class to support the many ranges the project will be tracking. Things went well until I got to the part about defining the interaction while comparing two generic ranges. My current (partial) definition is: public class Range : IRange where T : IComparable ......

Posted On Monday, April 17, 2006 4:44 PM

Visiting Memory Lane
Today I did some long delayed work and started cleaning out our garage. I needed to free-up space, so I went about straightening up the scattered lumber and tossing out the old and broken things that I held on to for very good reasons -- I just cannot recall what they are now. One stack of boxes held all the old bits of computers that I have bought over the past 21 years. Some things brought a smile to my face. Here are some of the bits I came across. Remember these? CD caddy - These were how we ......

Posted On Sunday, April 9, 2006 6:55 PM

Writing .NET v2 Apps With Free Stuff
I love free stuff. I especially love free stuff that has been tested and debugged. I hope to be starting a new app using VS2005 (if I can sell it) instead of VB6. As part of some quick research, I came up with this quick list of program parts that are already done. There are likely more. I would not use them all, but this can lead to a significant reduction in time and effort. They come with lots of adaptable samples. Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 Caching Application Block Configuration ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 4, 2006 6:31 PM

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