Archive for the ‘C#’ Category
Posted by jpluimers on 2015/03/26
Next time I run into .NET and native threading issues:
Main UI threads often have a correlation between managed and native thread IDs.
But for other threads, you cannot be really sure.
Some background articles on this:
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/10
Interesting, I never knew that Process Monitor has had an API to send messages to, but it has had this ability for almost 5 years: See the I/O You Caused by Getting Your Diagnostic Tracing into Process Monitor | Wintellect.
I did know about OutputDebugString and the DBWIN protocols, but this was new.
The ZIP file for Process Monitor is offline (but you can find it by searching for ProcMonDebugOutput.zip), and contains .h files and a .NET example.
Thanks Oliver Giesen for the Delphi translation!
via: Interface unit for sending debug messages to SysInternals ProcessMonitor « bl.OGware.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/02/04
Thanks Stefan Glienke for pointing me to NCrunch for Visual Studio:
It intelligently runs automated tests so that you don’t have to, and gives you a huge amount of useful information about your tested code, such as code coverage and performance metrics, inline in your IDE while you type.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/01/27
A few libraries for writing and/or reading CSV files in .NET:
Most of the above links come from these SO questions:
Together with the links from my previous CSV post If you think CSV is easy; think again that should get everyone going.
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Posted by jpluimers on 2015/01/22
Wow: I feel like having lived under a stone for 8 years, as RosettaCode has been alive since it was founded in 2007 by Mike Mol.
The idea is that you solve a task and learn from that, or learn by seeing how others have solved tasks or draft tasks.
So in a sense it is similar to the Rosetta stone: it has different languages phrasing the same tasks.
There are already a whole bunch of languages on RosettaCode (of which a few are in the categories below), and you can even suggest or add your own languages.
When you want to solve tasks, be sure to look at the list unimplemented tasks by language that leads to automatic reports by language (for instance two of the languages I use most often: C# and Delphi).
I’m sure there are lots of programming chrestomathy sites, even beyond the ones, and it feels very similar to programming kata sites.