Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

A Pirate Looks at C#

Someday, I will get around to writing "A Pirate Looks at Fortran". In the meantime, I am looking at C#, because I think that the easiest way to get some things working in our C# user interface will be to port cut-down versions of my Java code over to C# so that the simple data is resident in the same process as the UI.

Today, I ported one of my ID classes and the ID caching class from Java to C#. Only the names of all the damnable methods have been changed as I move from one language to another (not *my* methods; the ones in the libraries). But it looks like it should work.
Tags: c, computers, java, musings, work

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