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BillWoodruff wrote:
Thanks, John, for your comments !

My pleasure Wink | ;)

I'm quite interested in the results, since as I said, I pretty much love Enums, especially how they are implemented in C# (clearly, they're not perfect, but I would say I'm quite happy with the current implementation).

About "pushing the limits" - I used to sometimes do that when I actually had the time Smile | :) , back in my C++ days (for instance, SMART_ASSERT).

Some of my "pushing the limits" experiments ended up as purely theoretical - that is, it's cool to be able to do it, but who's ever gonna understand/use it?

I am aware of the named constants instead of enums, I think I actually saw some java examples of it a long time ago. My take is that with disciplined (and smart) programmers, usually enums are enough.

And if we add the multitude of tools we now have at our disposal (such as, Resharper comes to mind; go inside the body of an enum switch -> Alt-Enter -> generate case labels), I still favor enums (vs named constants).

BillWoodruff wrote:
See what happens when you don't have to work for a living ? Smile | :)

He he, don't we all wish to be able to not work for a living? Big Grin | :-D

Best,
John
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