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C# string surprise

My jaw still aches remembering the pain of dropping to the floor when Visual Studio refused to compile

It complains in no uncertain terms. In fact, it drives the message home by repeating the message, albeit with a different word order.

Operator ‘=’ cannot be applied to operands of type ‘string’

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4 surprises with asserts moving from Delphi to C#

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Moving from Delphi to C# is fun most of the time.

Discovering stuff I can do in C# that is impossible, or (very) time consuming, in Delphi is fun. Discovering that stuff I take for granted in Delphi – i.e. metaclasses (officially “class references”),

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