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on 4/30/2011 12:15 AM
Rayak – looks like someone beat me to it.
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on 4/29/2011 1:26 PM
Here is a simple Sudoku solver that uses F# and Microsoft Solver Foundation’s Constraint Programming solver. The 9×9 matrix of a Sudoku puzzle is represented as a list of 81 cells. Cells can have values 0-9. Zeros represent blank cells. … Continue reading[...]
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on 4/28/2011 6:09 AM
On a 64 bit environment it's very important to make sure that all your projects have the same platform target. When creating console applications, the default is x86, that means that it's easy to get something that give you weird errors.
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on 4/24/2011 11:10 AM
NDesk Options I started writing an argument parser without knowing about:NDesk.Options Where you have the following kind of syntax:string data = null; bool help = false; int verbose = 0; var p = new OptionSet () { { "file=", v => data =[...]
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on 4/23/2011 5:56 PM
As folks have no doubt realized, I'm using Clojure more and more these days and just embarked on a project at work to replace the CFML-based ORM "Reactor" in our codebase with a much more lightweight ORM written in Clojure (enclosed in a lightweight CFML [...]
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on 4/22/2011 10:39 AM
Have you ever wanted to give your F# library users a nice and clean API documentation but didn't have the right tools to create it? Or you have tried all kinds of API documentation tools and none of them worked for your F# assemblies? Well, now you have t[...]
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on 4/19/2011 3:41 PM
I use Visual Studio 2010 on a daily basis, and I must say that the overall experience is far from good: The find dialog has some really weird and annoying resizing issues. Sometimes find text simply stops working, never returning any result. Ev[...]
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on 4/18/2011 4:00 PM
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on 4/17/2011 6:40 AM
What strategies do I know of on how to test your code depending on a database? Using TransactionScope so that you can roll back any changes done by tests. Setting up a fresh database with the same schema. Using NHibernate SchemaExport(cfg).Execute to ex[...]
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on 4/16/2011 4:33 PM
A discussion that crops up from time to time is whether primary keys should be UUIDs or simple auto-incrementing integers. There are pros and cons on both sides. UUIDs provide universal uniqueness which allows data to be stored across multiple databases, [...]
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