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by Smithd843 (guest), 05 Jun 2015 16:16

One of recent trend of coding style is like this

if (null==myVar) { … }

The benefit of doing this is a lot but the one related to the above posting is simpler codes. We don't really need type casting by reversing the comparison orders. Thing's changed fast and hard to catch up.

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Art Scott (guest) 05 Jan 2012 17:52
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Hi Chester Kim.
Hope all's well.
I've made some, epsilon, progress.
I've been working through Jon Harrop's Quick Hull article.
I like his GUI's use of option —-
let drag : int option ref = ref None;;
let size = 5.0;;
let mkEllipse i _ =
let ellipse = Shapes.Ellipse(Fill=Media.Brushes.Red, Width=size, Height=size)
ellipse.MouseRightButtonDown.Add(fun e -> drag := Some i)
ellipse.MouseUp.Add(fun e -> drag := None)
// ellipse.MouseDown.Add(fun e -> drag := Some i)
// ellipse.MouseUp.Add(fun e -> drag := None)
ellipse;;

by Art Scott (guest), 05 Jan 2012 17:52

Hi Art, sorry for late response. I was lazy on maintaining this wiki, these days.
I'm not familiar to F# or Silverlight since my major project is only windows application.
Do you try to add certain control(shape) created by expression blend which already belongs to any of your screen?
I need to see your code to understand the situation.

Hi Mr. Chester Kim.
Thanks for your example.
I'm working trying something in the same ballpark, and get error:
"Specified Visual is already a child of another Visual or the root of a CompositionTarget."
Art

Great Tutorial
(account deleted) 03 May 2010 17:20
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Love it. Thanks for the great info.

Answer Blip Trivia

Great Tutorial by (account deleted), 03 May 2010 17:20

Thanks so much. Microsoft introducing their usual bugs =(

WTF! by _NT (guest), 04 Dec 2009 16:02

Thanks Kim,
This was very helpful. I hope that Microsoft will came out with a patch for this.

Solved the problem by Ovidiu Carstea (guest), 28 Sep 2009 15:10

insert() seems like useful and straightforward in this case.
Honestly, I wasn't familiar with C++ hash map.
Thank you for your tip.

Hi, vio!

I'm so glad to talk with you on programming over Internet even though you are far far away!

Actually, map::operator[]() creates an element with the default constructor before copy assignment happens if the element does not exists but map::insert() doesn't.

dmap.insert(make_pair(j, DInfo(i,j,k))) will have same effect with the constructor to dmap[j] = DInfo(i,j,k)

Looking forward to seeing another your C++ article! ^___^

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