Sven Groot said:

Just testing source code formatting:

private void DownHeap(int index)
{
    T item = _heap[index];
    int count = _heap.Count;
    int firstChild = (index << 1) + 1;
    int secondChild = firstChild + 1;
    int smallestChild = (secondChild < count && Comparer.Compare(_heap[secondChild], _heap[firstChild]) < 0) ? secondChild : firstChild;
    while( smallestChild < count && Comparer.Compare(_heap[smallestChild], item) < 0 )
    {
        _heap[index] = _heap[smallestChild];
        index = smallestChild;
        firstChild = (index << 1) + 1;
        secondChild = firstChild + 1;
        smallestChild = (secondChild < count && Comparer.Compare(_heap[secondChild], _heap[firstChild]) < 0) ? secondChild : firstChild;
    }
    _heap[index] = item;
}

EDIT: Ok, that works, only copy/pasting directly from VS messes up the spacing. And there's still a text overflow issue with long lines of source code.

Hm... When I click on the "Smilies" button, instead of opening in what I assume was to be a second window, it opens in a second tab, restores, resizes my window, and centres it. Very annoying. (It's not like any of us actually clicks it though, right? Wink)