Mon, August 6, 2007, 03:23 PM under Orcas
Stumbled upon a great video of Matt Warren (questioned by Luca Bolognese and shot by Charlie Calvert
) explaining the pipeline of LINQ to SQL i.e. it assumes you know how to use LINQ to SQL already and builds on that to explain the internals. Watch it here
Mon, August 6, 2007, 04:32 AM under Orcas
Whenever I want to loop through a collection of some sort, in C# I type foreach
and hit the TAB key twice (to invoke the code snippet). This gives me the following code template:
foreach (object var in collection_to_loop)
is highlighted so you can change it to the real type of your collection, var
is highlighted so you can change it if you wish to have your own variable name and collection_to_loop
is highlighted so you can change it to your actual collection variable name.
This always looked awkward to me when playing with LINQ since I typically use the keyword var
to replace the object
and then immediately I am confronted with var
as the variable name that I change only so the awkwardness can go away.
In Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2
you get the following with the foreach
No awkwardness, automatic use of local variable inference
and, generally speaking, only one item to replace: collection
revisiting your own code snippets making them more user friendly?