Real-world development has so many miscellaneous facts and trivia, so I'm going to experiment writing a "Friday Trivia" blog post. The intent is to discuss trivia that arose during the week.
Specify the default editor for a file
In windows explorer, right click a file, select "open with" > "choose program", and then check the checkbox that says "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file". You can then automatically open the file (in the designated editor) just by running System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(strFullFileName).
Selecting Comments with XPath
XPath is a powerful way to select nodes from an XML document. While XPath commonly selects normal nodes, you can also use it to select elements. For example, you may want to select a comment if you're inserting a node into a document, and want the comment to be a placeHolder for where you append that node.
XmlDocument xDoc = new XmlDocument();
XmlNode n = xDoc.SelectSingleNode("/employees/comment()");
MSBuild - Command line properties that contain CSV strings
In MSBuild, you can specify properties via a
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