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Comments by Jaime Olivares (Top 9 by date)

Jaime Olivares 28-Dec-11 3:59am View    
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Reason for my vote of 3
The topic is very interesting but combining with a bunch of other HTML5 doesn't help to make your point.
Jaime Olivares 25-Jul-11 22:35pm View    
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Reason for my vote of 1
What is the utility of this?
Jaime Olivares 6-Sep-10 4:18am View    
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What looks shorter and understandable is:
if (f.DialogResult.Equals(true))
Jaime Olivares 6-Sep-10 4:16am View    
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Indeed you don't have to declare a variable to evaluate the result. DialogResult is a property of the form.
Jaime Olivares 6-Sep-10 4:14am View    
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Reason for my vote of 4
I like it.
I think it should work as well, but the intent is not so evident at a first sight.