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Archive for December 28th, 2017

C# – All About Span: Exploring a New .NET Mainstay

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/12/28

Interesting new .NET feature already available for .NET 4.5, but much faster in future .NET versions: [WayBackC# – All About Span: Exploring a New .NET Mainstay

Documentation (only quoted first paragraph):

Span<T> is a new type we are adding to the platform to represent contiguous regions of arbitrary memory, with performance characteristics on par with T[]. Its APIs are similar to the array, but unlike arrays, it can point to either managed or native memory, or to memory allocated on the stack.

Further on in that document are the Design specifications.



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Delphi: it is better to use ifndef rather than ifdef to keep the IDE working properly…

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/12/28

[WayBackDear diary, today I learned that it is better to use ifndef rather than ifdef if I want the IDE to keep working properly. I had a uses clause with an i… – Stefan Glienke – Google+

I promised to remind myself, so here it is (:



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