No, not ever.
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Internet may become relatively invisible over time, but it will not disappear.
Well In these case I might use a generic list where I have all the dynamic sizing and ability to add and remove elements at will. Finally when I need the array bit I will use ToArray() on the list...
So in your example
List<int> mylist = new list<int>();
And remember that .ToArray() creates a much smaller footprint to pass as a parameter than the List<T>, so I usually try to do that as well anytime the use of the list data is read-only.
I have a trial at home and a licensed version at work, and I wish to use the same MS account I've used for over 22 years with them both.
My trial is expired and both my work and home versions are affected.
Isn't there a way to append my 22 year old MS account with my new work email so that I don't have this issue?
12,500 of the 18,000 planned lay-offs will be Nokia employees acquired on that buy-out.
Nadella has his broad sword out... Best wishes to those moving on. Hopefully C9 is immune to this.