.NET is a cross-platform runtime for cloud, mobile, desktop, and IoT apps. (by dotnet)


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Posts where Runtime has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-06-14.
  • Vector<int> throws error | 2021-06-14
    There is a bug noted in github related to this issue.
  • [c#] Using W3C Trace Context standard in distributed tracing | 2021-06-13
    The default diagnostics library in .NET 5, called System.Diagnostics, is already prepared to propagate the context based on W3C TraceContext specification. In previous .NET Core versions, the context was propagated with a hierarchical identifier format by default. On .NET Core 3.0, the identifier format setup started to be available, see this stackoverflow question for more information about how to configure w3c's format in previous .NET Core versions.
  • Rider performance for .NET 5 with an M1 MacBook | 2021-06-11
    The underlying .NET issues are nearly completely fixed and you can see that here it's scheduled to make it into a 5.0.x release so it might be right around the corner.
  • What constitutes the 72 Bytes in new List<int> { 0 }; ? | 2021-06-09
    I attempted to work it out based on the sourcecode:
  • JavaScript, Python, C#...
    Yep! The .Net Common Language Runtime is largely written in C++
  • Is there a default Priority Queue in C#? | 2021-06-05
  • When did msdn stop providing decent documentation?! | 2021-06-02
    Articles like the Channel introduction are usually written by the team that designs and develops the feature. Since .NET is open source now, you can check some relevant source code and see that the article author (Stephen Toub, who also developed much of Task and async/await) has worked on the source.
  • New LINQ extensions in .NET 6 and benchmarks | 2021-06-01
    For that reason I prefer IReadOnlyList which is a newer interface than IList with read-only semantics (it is still possible to mutate by casting to List and adding items, so not as immutable as ImmutableArray). It still incurs the interface performance penalty of IList (all interfaces really due to vtables and suchlike, see so in performance sensitive code you're better off using the exact type, but for most CRUD type apps it's irrelevant and the read-only-ness is preferable. | 2021-06-01
    They don't. Finding the maximum is a single-pass loop.
  • Announcing .NET 6 Preview 4 | .NET Blog | 2021-05-27
  • "Did you know...?" infographics - #6 List capacity and internal array | 2021-05-26
    *) Regarding doubling: this is currently hardcoded. This came up here a few weeks ago, and I started writing a proposal then but never submitted it. Well, now I did.
  • What is the difference between T[,] and T[][]? Is the comma syntax an alias? | 2021-05-23
  • Client Debugging Broken | 2021-05-19
    According to Microsoft the C# source files aren't loading into the debugger. I'm not sure quite why, but evidently there should be some extra debug output to help shed light on it in the future. In the meantime, I've been stuck for quite a while.
  • What is "the .net way" of choosing n random elements from an enumerble (array)? Is there a LINQ "magic one liner"? | 2021-05-18
    There’s different versions of GUIDs but .NET will give you a random one: