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      4 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Languages - Visual Basic  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Julius KunzeJulius Kunze commented  · 

      And there it appears, the "Basic" of Visual Basic. ;) Didn't believe that this philosophy is still guiding through some big decisions.

      Seriously, thank you for this detailed answer! Now I understand your decision of making the optional keyword optional a lot better.

      --> Time for me to switch to C#. ^^ Just kidding, I need VB-IntelliSense kindly popping up and helping you even when you are relaxing on your couch while your computer is off. :D

      Regards
      Julius Kunze

      Julius KunzeJulius Kunze commented  · 

      Dear developer team, you already did great work with making the ByVal-qualifier optional. We need exactly the same work here!

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        17 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » Languages - C#  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
        Julius KunzeJulius Kunze commented  · 

        This article was created a long time ago:

        http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4909156/why-arent-c-sharp-static-class-extension-methods-supported?lq=1

        I don't like the word 'feature' in this article - because it is just a completion of the super successful extension method concept that was not implemented completely when in was introduced ("the schedule was full")!

        Come on, Visual Studio team! There are so many votes for a relatively simple language rounding off and there is still no response/consequence? You do great things - please bring them to an end!

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