Partial Classes and Loose Typing Semantics
Bill blogs about an interesting use for partial classes. It's kind of buried at the end of the post, but it's kind of cool in that you can make some of your VB .NET code for a class "not strict", and other parts "strict". I'm all for strong typing semantics, but I like that there's a cool way to separate this out in .NET 2.0.
There's so much cool stuff coming in 2.0 - I can't wait for it to come out. Now if we can just get that concurrency stuff abstracted out so it's pain-free then we'd be set!
* Posted at 12.30.2004 11:43:32 AM CST | Link *