Is the C# static constructor thread safe?

Is the C# static constructor thread safe?

In other words, is this Singleton implementation thread safe: public class Singleton{private static Singleton instance; private Singleton(){} static Singleton(){instance=new Singleton();}public static…


How do you create a static class in C++?

How do you create a static class in C++? I should be able to do something like: cout<< "bit 5 is "<< BitParser::getBitAt(buffer, 5)<< endl; Assuming I created the BitParser class. What would the BitPa…


Calling the base constructor in C#

If I inherit from a base class and want to pass something from the constructor of the inherited class to the constructor of the base class, how do I do that? For example, If I inherit from the Excepti…


oop - Expression Evaluation and Tree Walking using polymorphism?(ala Steve Yegge)

This morning, I was reading Steve Yegge's: When Polymorphism Fails, when I came across a question that a co-worker of his used to ask potential employees when they came for their interview at Amazon.…


What's the difference between struct and class in.NET?

What's the difference between struct and class in.NET?…


In C#, do you need to call the base constructor?

In C#, if I have an inherited class with a default constructor, do I have to explicitly call the base class' constructor or will it be implicitly called? class BaseClass{public BaseClass(){…


c# - Enforcing required function call

I have a "Status" class in C#, used like this: Status MyFunction(){if(...)// something bad return new Status(false, "Something went wrong") else return new Status(true, "OK");}Yo…


What is the point of interfaces in PHP?

Interfaces allow you to create code which defines the methods of classes that implement it. You cannot however add any code to those methods. Abstract classes allow you to do the same thing, along wit…



In C++ can constructor and destructor be inline functions?

VC++ makes functions which are implemented within the class declaration inline functions. If I declare a class Foo as follows, then are the CONSTRUCTOR and DESTRUCTOR inline functions? class Foo{int*…


c# - When do you use the “this” keyword?

I was curious about how other people use the this keyword. I tend to use it in constructors, but I may also use it throughout the class in other methods. Some examples: In a constructor: public Light(…




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