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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 5: Javascript

    This is part 5 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Last time, we saw how C# 2 supports closures by compiling anonymous functions into member functions of a special class that holds local state from the outer function.  ...

    SLaks  Posted on Jul 25 2011 12:00AM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 4: C# 2.0+

    This is part 4 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Last time, we saw that it is possible to pass local state with a delegate in C#.  However, it involves lots of repetitive single-use classes, leading to ugly code. To...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 19 2011 12:00AM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 3: C# 1.0

    This is part 3 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Last time, we saw that it is impossible to bundle context along with a function pointer in C. In C#, it is possible to fully achieve my standard example.  In order to...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 13 2011 12:00AM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 2: C

    This is part 2 in a series about state and function pointers; part 1 is here. Unlike most other languages, it is not possible to include any form of state in a function pointer in C.  Therefore, it is impossible to fully implement closures in C w...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 1 2011 12:00AM
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    Delegates vs. Function Pointers, part 1

    Most languages – with the unfortunate exception of Java – allow functions to be passed around as variables.  C has function pointers, .Net has delegates, and Javascript and most functional programming languages treat functions as first class objec...

    SLaks  Posted on Jun 1 2011 12:00AM
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    About Concurrent Collections

    One of the most useful additions to the .Net 4.0 base class library is the System.Collections.Concurrent namespace, which contains an all-new set of lock-free thread. However, these collections are noticeably different from their classical counterparts.&#...

    SLaks  Posted on Nov 20 2011 12:00AM
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