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As requested by Scott, here’s the code to QuickTimer. public struct QuickTimer : IDisposable { private readonly DateTime start; private readonly string label; public QuickTimer(string label) { this.start = DateTime.UtcNow; this.label = label; } void IDisposable.Dispose() { DateTime end = DateTime.UtcNow; Console.WriteLine(“QuickTimer: {0} ({1} ms)”, label, (end – start).TotalMilliseconds); } } Note that DateTime.UtcNow is […]

Scott linked to my previous post on the Schwartzian Transform. Not long after, Randal L. Schwartz himself (!!) drops by with a comment: Wow. Interesting to see how different it looks in C#. Of course, I think the original in Perl still looks the most elegant. As if response, Elton Wells comes up with an […]

I’ve been dabbling with the Wide Finder problem and have found a solution in C# 3.0 that is startlingly elegant.

(Update 8/25: Changed the example scenario slightly.) Inspired by Beautiful Code, which I just started reading yesterday, I’ve decided to post some beautiful code of my own. Specifically, I’d like to show off some of the fancy features of C# 3.0, and explain why they’re good for much more than just LINQ. What’s a Schwartzian […]