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Creates an automatically resizing MemoryBuffer with no initial content. Creates an automatically resizing MemoryBuffer with no initial content and an initial capacity specified by the parameter value. Creates a fixed-capacity MemoryBuffer using the byte array as the initial content. The capacity is fixed to the size of the array.
In this statement, the string Adam is used for formatting item zero, and the string London is used to replace format item one, to produce the following composited string:
The question of cyclic dependencies becomes more complex in the case of generic types, which use instantiations with parameterized contexts in extends and implements clauses, given that these contexts may contain other instantiations, and so on. When loading a generic type, the loader must suspend processing this type when it encounters a generic instantiation as the base or one of the implemented interfaces of this type, load this instantiation, and then return to loading this type. As you can see, this process is recursive and can lead to a stack overflow if mutual dependencies of the instantiations are cyclic. For example, the following three type declarations have a cyclic inheritance dependency of the instantiations: .class public A`1<T> extends class C`1<class B`1<!T>> { ... } .class public B`1<U> extends class A`1<class C`1<!U>> { ... } .class public C`1<V> { ... } The following algorithm is used to identify a cyclic dependency in the inheritance and implementation of a generic type declaration. First, list all generic types that have mutual dependency (in this example, A`1, B`1, and C`1) and their type parameters. Then list all generic instantiations used in the extends and implements clauses of these types, including the instantiations used as type arguments of other instantiations (as in C`1<B`1<!T>>). Then build a graph that has an edge from each type parameter mentioned in an instantiation to the respective type parameter of a generic type being instantiated. Use the edges of two kinds: nonexpanding edge means a type parameter is replaced with a naked parameter of another type, and expanding edge means a type parameter is replaced with an instantiation involving parameter of another type. For example, the instantiation class C`1<!U> of class C`1<V> creates a nonexpanding edge from U to V, because naked !U is substituting for V; at the same time, the instantiation class C`1<class B`1<!T>> of the same class C`1<V> creates an expanding edge from T to V, because the instantiation involving !T (class B`1<!T>) is substituting for V. If the resulting graph contains a loop having at least one expanding edge in it, you have a cyclic dependency of instantiations, because each expanding edge means suspend loading this type and load the referenced instantiation first for the CLR loader. Table 11-2 illustrates the instantiation dependency analysis of the discussed example. A single-line arrow indicates a nonexpanding edge, and a double-line arrow indicates an expanding edge.
The ApplyReadRules Method
CHAPTER 3: Rapid Game Development Using (Mostly) Standard C
Configuration files contain information about the application, for use by the CLR at run time. They can instruct the CLR to do such things as use a different version of a DLL or to look in additional directories when searching for a DLL referenced by the program. Configuration files consist of XML code and don t contain C# code. The details of writing the XML code are beyond the scope of this text, but you should understand the purpose of configuration files and how they are used. One way they are used is to update an application assembly to use the new version of a DLL. Suppose, for example, that you have an application that references a DLL in the GAC. The identity of the reference in the application s manifest must exactly match the identity of the assembly in the GAC. If a new version of the DLL is released, it can be added to the GAC, where it can happily coexist with the old version. The application, however, still has embedded in its manifest the identity of the old version of the DLL. Unless you recompile the application and make it reference the new version of the DLL, it will continue to use the old version. That s fine, if that s what you want. If, however, you do not want to recompile the application but want it to use the new DLL, then you can create a configuration file telling the CLR to use the new version rather than the old version. The configuration file is placed in the application directory. Figure 10-19 illustrates objects in the run-time process. The MyProgram.exe application on the left calls for version of the MyLibrary.dll, as indicated by the dashed arrow. But the application has a configuration file, which instructs the CLR to load version instead. Notice that the name of the configuration file consists of the full name of the executable file including the extension, plus the additional extension .config.
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