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Type qualifiers are the keywords which describe additional semantics about a type. They are an integral part of type signatures. They can appear both at the topmost level of a declaration (directly affecting the identifier) or at sub-levels (relevant to pointers only, affecting the pointed-to valu...
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Each implementation of Equals must fulfil the following requirements: Reflexive: An object must equal itself.x.Equals(x) returns true. Symmetric: There is no difference if I compare x to y or y to x - the result is the same. x.Equals(y) returns the same value as y.Equals(x). Transit...
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Qualifiers are used in this common format: Files: filename.qualifier-value.ext ~ multiple qualifiers: filename.qualifier1-value1_qualifier2-value2_....ext Qualified folders: qualifier-value ~ multiple qualifiers: qualifier1-value1_qualifier2-value2_... Qualifiers are listed bellow, they a...
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