Jump to content

  • Log In with Google      Sign In   
  • Create Account

Conner McCloud

Member Since 27 Jan 2001
Offline Last Active Sep 03 2007 02:53 PM

Journal Entries

In Which Christopher Robin Buys Some Cheese > C# was designed to not implement the SGL

Posted 05 October 2006

That's the conclusion I've reached. After jumping through dozens of hoops to finally get everything to a point where it pretty much works as you'd expect, they light one of the hoops on fire and put it over a shark tank. And the sharks have fricken lazers on their fricken heads.

Basically, as my recent post in the .Net forum has mentioned,...

In Which Christopher Robin Buys Some Cheese > Survey says: Ignore it

Posted 19 September 2006

Conceptually, what is the difference between a Sequence and a Sorted Container? Answer: The fact that you specify the order of a sequence, while the sorted container decides on its own where to put things. Its a bit of a simplification, but overall I think that really sums it up.

With that in mind, having Insert(i, x) being defined for a Sorted...

In Which Christopher Robin Buys Some Cheese > On containers

Posted 12 September 2006

When designing my iterators, I pretty much just went to the C++ standard [chapter 24, Section 1: Iterator Requirements], and copied it. That worked great, the end results were quite pleasing.

Initially, I did the same thing with the containers. In fact, I did the same thing with containers before I even did it with iterators. However, I now realize this...

In Which Christopher Robin Buys Some Cheese > Generic cycling

Posted 07 September 2006

In the wake of the untimely demise of my car, I've lost my will to do much of anything other than play Baldur's Gate, a game I find entertaining but ultimately rather klunky and poorly executed. Being without a television, however, its all I've got to satisfy my need for some role playing action.

I've been feeling the itch to code, however, and so I'm...

In Which Christopher Robin Buys Some Cheese > Happy Panda (Part Two)

Posted 27 August 2006

First of all, if you at all enjoyed Super Troopers, go see Beerfest right now. I have never in my life heard an entire theater laughing uncontrollably at the same time until this movie. I have heard individual people laugh, and had the occasional "ha ha ha ha done" laugh pass through the croud, but this was full force "I can't breath" laughter. This...