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Gotta test my fixpre hack so that it doesn’t add in some html automatically:

value class Student
{
public:
    String^ strStudentname;
};

interface class IHello
{
    void SayHello(Student student);
};

ref class Hello : public IHello
{
public:
    Hello()
    {
        Console::WriteLine("Hello from C++/CLI");
    }
    void SayHello(Student student)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("Hello {0}",
            student.strStudentname);
    }
};

Update: It appears my hack is still working, now to figure out why it isn’t working for Nish.

Tappity, tappity.

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About James

I am a Senior Developer/Consultant for InfoPlanIT, LLC. I previously spent over 7 years as a Product Manager for what eventually became ComponentOne, a division of GrapeCity. While there, I helped to create ActiveReports 7, GrapeCity ActiveAnalysis, and Data Dynamics Reports.

Discussion

6 thoughts on “Test Post

  1. Hmmm, lemme test too :-

    value class Student
    {
    public:
        String^ strStudentname;
    };
    
    interface class IHello
    {
        void SayHello(Student student);
    };
    
    ref class Hello : public IHello
    {
    public:
        Hello()
        {
            Console::WriteLine("Hello from C++/CLI");
        }
        void SayHello(Student student)
        {
            Console::WriteLine("Hello {0}",
                student.strStudentname);
        }
    };

    Nish

    Posted by Nish | April 20, 2004, 10:47 pm
  2. Ok

    The hack doesn’t work on comments eh?

    Nish 🙂

    Posted by Nish | April 20, 2004, 10:48 pm
  3. The pre tag isn’t allowed in comments…I suppose I should add that sometime 🙂

    Posted by James T. Johnson | April 20, 2004, 10:57 pm
  4. Yet another test of the emergency broadcast system…I feel sorry for anyone subscribed to the comments RSS feed.

    Posted by James T. Johnson | April 21, 2004, 3:33 am
  5. 🙂 BTW Jambo, 2 new bugs have been reported.

    One by Stephane Rodriguez – he says Sharp Reader gives an invalid RSS XML even though it fetches all blog entries correctly. And so there is a red colored entry every time he reads my blog (and probably the same for yours too)

    One by Paul Watson – Paul says every time I add a new blog entry, his RSS reader shows all my entries as new. Weird isn’t it?

    I wonder if the upgrade we did was responsible.

    Nish

    Posted by Nish | April 22, 2004, 11:20 pm
  6. Wow! The colorizer looks good 🙂

    Nish

    Posted by Nish | April 24, 2004, 12:38 pm

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