Tuesday May 3rd

Monday May 2nd

When string.ToLower() is Evil

Did you know how evil string.ToLower() can sometimes be? See an example when string.ToLower() is definitely not an option.


Anyone else catch the irony in the fact that the "foobar-ish" placeholder value had a capital letter in it (i.e.: it would never eval to true anyway)?

if (val.ToLower() == "someValue")

Yes, I still got the point, but the irony is delicious. :D

BTW, why does the smiley interpreter think a quote followed by a close parenthesis is a wink?

Other than that, there's no actual tests to show the big improvement.
Unless you're in a tight time critical loop - I'm thinking it's not worth it . :)

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