C# equivalent to range()
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Tue Jun 6 00:27:08 CEST 2006
> FWIW I agree. If anyone didn't want to answer the question they didn't
> need to.
> Why be rude to someone asking a polite question. It's not as if there
> isn't much more *worse* noise on this group.
Here were the "harsh" and "whining" responses to his question he's
| Bad guess. Ask questions about language X on comp.lang.X
| Really, it isn't. Post in a C# discussion forum, describing the
| behaviour you want from your program.
| *Very* strong suggestion - read the following link:
Sorry, if you think those are unacceptable tones for responses to
off-topic questions, the real world is going to be something of an
He asked a question. He was told how to get the answer. No one was
rude until _he_ started being rude.
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