Interesting new implementation of DateTime.Now.Date
Please tell us that the developer who wrote it was cast into the same abyss.
They tried, but he escaped by throwing an invalid cast exception.
Will calling this method awaken dead Cthulhu from his slumber of aeons?
Slight chance it might, if run sufficiently near to a month (or worse, a year) transition.
hacky way of declaring them
Looks quite tidy to me, but then I'm generally unwilling to trust abstractions until I know how they're typically implemented, so I don't mind being reminded that methods are almost always implemented as functions with
thispassed as a hidden first parameter.
.callmechanism for doing essentially the same thing.
I also quite enjoy the violence that the existence of any kind of extension method mechanism does to the sacred notion of encapsulation.
it's an understandable mistake
though I've never really understood how you manage to pound in that last nail.
flabdablet last edited by flabdablet
@FrostCat That much is obvious. But how does he wield it? That's the part that gets me.