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I always used (a) Nullable<>.HasValue because I liked the semantics. However, recently I was working on someone else’s existing code base where they used (b) Nullable<> != null exclusively instead. Is there a reason to use one over the other, ...

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So, after watching this wonderful lecture on rvalue references, I thought that every class would benefit of such a “move constructor”, template<class T> MyClass(T&& other) edit and of course a “move assignment operator”, template<class T> MyClass& operator=(T&& other) ...

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I have a fluid width container DIV. Within this I have 4 DIVs all 300px x 250px… <div id="container"> <div class="box1"> </div> <div class="box2"> </div> <div class="box3"> </div> <div class="box4"> </div> </div> What I want to ...

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