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David Roth 23h
Just discovered the brand new runtime selector in ^^
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Sep 13
Replying to @coralystech
Which specific example are you referring to?
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Ody Mbegbu Sep 3
This video by Joe Albahari () from 7 years ago is what really got me interested in Functional Programming. He's an Excellent Tutor and I'm grateful I watched this video as Today I write for a living
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Aug 14
Replying to @b33rdy
You mean outlining or reformatting? Outlining is enabled only in statements/program mode, and only at the level of blocks/methods/types/namespaces/regions.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Aug 12
Replying to @ToryByte
Your LINQPad license can activate up to 3 computers plus 3 virtual machines at a time (for your own use). Should you run out, you can release an activation with the menu option in LINQPad or via the online portal.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Aug 1
Replying to @aktheknight
Looks like a bug in the PostgreSQL scaffolder. I'll code a workaround into this week's beta - it should be fixable by injecting a 'using' directive into the generated source.
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Dan Clarke Aug 1
Recently upgraded to LINQPad 6, and today noticed this little gem! Often I'd have a bunch of tabs open I'd want to keep (but not save) when rebooting. I'd quite often kill the process to get this functionality. Nice that there's now a 'shelve' button which does just this.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 16
You don't need the beta any more: the release version of LINQPad 6 now supports C# 9. Just enable the "Edge" option in Edit | Preferences > Query.
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Wilka Hudson Jul 16
I've been a user (and fan) for many years, and today is the first time I've looked at the "Samples" tab. I've already learned a bunch of new LinqPad tricks!
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 15
LINQPad 6.9 has just RTMed as a free automatic update. More than a dozen new features, including .NET 5 and C# 9 support, improved MFA with SQL Azure, xunit test support and an option to shelve unsaved queries.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 9
That's right - there's an HTML formatter but no text formatter. I'm not how nice/useful it would be without HTML markup.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 7
I found the bug: it's a typo in the HTML gen. I'll get a fix into the next beta.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 7
Replying to @snowcode
Nothing comes immediately to mind, but there are likely to be edge cases.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jul 7
Replying to @snowcode
You can force recompilation with lprun6 -recompile. Type lprun6.exe with no args or -? for a full list of switches.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 29
Replying to @snowcode
Yes - that's free :)
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 29
I'm pleased to announce that the upcoming LINQPad for .NET 5 and C# 9 RTM will come with a free license upgrade for all LINQPad 6 users.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 29
Replying to @snowcode
If you're a command-line guru, you can use every feature of LINQPad and never pay a cent :)
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 29
Replying to @snowcode
Of course: you don't need a license for LPRun. LINQPad.exe standard is also free. License is required only for pro/premium UI features such as autocomplete. It's also designed such that any query that you write with the paid edition can run unmodified on the free edition.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 26
Replying to @terryaney
AppDomains are isolated from one another, almost like another process. So .Dump() has nowhere to go, unless it's specially set up. Rather like referencing LINQPad.exe from a Visual Studio project and calling Dump.
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LINQPad·Joe Albahari Jun 26
Replying to @Nick_Craver @mstum
That's right, the UI bits are non-trivial, to say the least. LINQPad looks simple, but there's a lot going on underneath!
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