The Eric burns about C# strings. The main conclusion is that C# doesn’t handle strings with surrogate pairs. If you ask for the length of the string you get the number of 16 bit words in the string, not the number of logical characters
SUPPRESS WARNINGS FOR XML COMMENTS
Here i will show you, how you can suppress warnings for XML comments after a Visual Studio build.
If you have checked the “XML documentation file” mark in the Visual Studio project settings, a XML file containing all XML comments is created. Additionally you will get a lot of warnings also in designer generated files, because of the missing or wrong XML comments. While sometimes warnings helps us to improve and stabilize our code, getting hundreds of XML comment warnings is just a pain.
Missing XML comment for publicly visible type or member …
XML comment on … has a param tag for ‘…’, but there is no parameter by that name
Parameter ‘…’ has no matching param tag in the XML comment for ‘…’ (but other parameters do)
You can suppress every warning in Visual Studio.
– Right-click the Visual Studio project / Properties / Build…
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Eric burns about how does locking work?
forfiles /p “C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles” /s /m *.* /c “cmd /c Del @path” /d -7
You can adjust the number of days by changing the
/d arg value.