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Could you use aliasing (the .typedef directive) to define DEFLT_CTOR No, because the definition of DEFLT_CTOR contains .base, which is defined only in a class scope and means different classes in different class scopes. This is the principal difference between .typedef and #define directives: the first provides an alternative name for a certain metadata item (class, method, field, custom attribute), and the second provides just a named piece of text to be inserted into the source code and interpreted according to the context. The keyword .nester denotes the enclosing class of a nested class. A nested class is a class defined within the scope of another class (see 7 for details). This keyword can be used only within the scope of a nested class.
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Interestingly, querying x$ksmlru will remove rows from that fixed table. Thus, it is better to spool the output to a file. The initialization parameter cursor_sharing plays a major role here. The discussion in this paragraph assumes this parameter has been set to EXACT. This does not mean that we should never use literal values. Literal values have their use. For example, in a typical data warehouse application the proper use of literals enables the Cost Based Optimizer to optimize SQL statements by way of using histograms more effectively. In general, queries of the data warehouse type benefit from literal values, and OLTP queries benefit from bind variables.
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CHAPTER 4 AWT AND SWING UPDATES
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Since the value of the iteration variable is read-only, clearly, it cannot be changed. But this has different effects on value type arrays and reference type arrays. For value type arrays, this means that you cannot change the data of the array. For example, in the following code, the attempt to change the data in the iteration variable produces a compile-time error message: int[] arr1 = {10, 11, 12, 13}; foreach( int item in arr1 ) item++;
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In the following code, class MyClass declares two methods one that takes two integers and returns their sum, and another that takes two floats and returns their average. class MyClass Formal parameters { public int Sum(int x, int y) { return x + y; } Formal parameters public float Avg(float Input1, float Input2) { return (Input1 + Input2) / 2.0F; } }
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CHAPTER 6 LOCKING AND LATCHING
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Figure 3-24. Creating a relationship between Assignments and Projects Do the same to link the Resources table to Assignments. You can also link the Roles table s Id column to the Role column in Assignments, thereby allowing the database to ensure that only valid roles can be added to the table. The resulting diagram should appear in a way that s similar to Figure 3-25.
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One thing I d like to drive home with regard to latches is this: latches are a type of lock, locks are serialization devices, and serialization devices inhibit scalability. If your goal is to construct an application that scales well in an Oracle environment, you must look for approaches and solutions that minimize the amount of latching you need to perform. Even seemingly simple activities, such as parsing a SQL statement, acquire and release hundreds or thousands of latches on the library cache and related structures in the shared pool. If we have a latch, then someone else might be waiting for it. When we go to get a latch, we may well have to wait for it ourselves. Waiting for a latch can be an expensive operation. If the latch is not available immediately and we are willing to wait for it, as we likely are most of the time, then on a multi-CPU machine our session will spin, trying over and over, in a loop, to get the latch. The reasoning behind this is that context switching (i.e., getting kicked off the CPU and having to get back on the CPU) is expensive. So, if the process cannot get a latch immediately, we ll stay on the CPU and try again immediately rather than just going to sleep, giving up the CPU, and trying later when we ll have to get scheduled back on the CPU. The hope is that the holder of the latch is busy processing on the other CPU (and since latches are designed to be held for very short periods of time, this is likely) and will give it up soon. If after spinning and constantly trying to get the latch, we still fail to obtain it, only then will our process sleep, or take itself off of the CPU, and let some other work take place. This sleep action is usually the result of many sessions concurrently requesting the same latch; it is not that a single session is holding it for a long time, but rather that so many sessions want it at the same time and each hold it for a short duration. If you do something short (fast) often enough, it adds up! The pseudo-code for a latch get might look like this: Loop for i in 1 .. 2000 loop try to get latch if got latch, return if i = 1 then misses=misses+1 end loop INCREMENT WAIT COUNT sleep Add WAIT TIME End loop;
CHAPTER 5 AZURE .NET SERVICES ACCESS CONTROL
Figure 6-13. Simple class without indexers There are times, however, when it would be convenient to be able to access them with an index, as if the instance were an array of fields. This is exactly what indexers allow you to do. If you were to write an indexer for class Employee, method Main might look like the code in Figure 6-14. Notice that instead of using dot-syntax notation, indexers use index notation, which consists of an index between square brackets.
CHAPTER 2 THE ASP.NET REQUEST PIPELINE
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