Originally posted by solemnpsalms:.
Single hand does not mean that. It's a simple combination of two words which expresses its meaning directly and literally, as in "the kitten was so tiny I could hold in in a single hand ".
But I asked 'single-hand' and NOT 'single hand'. What I was trying to tell you is there is no "single-hand" with hyphen. There is only "single hand" no hyphen and "single-handed" infrequently, but not never, spelled without the hyphen. It is called the past participle. For example, A painted bucket vs paint bucket. If you love hyphens, then, painted-bucket vs paint-bucket.
The past participle, because the state of the object is due to a completed action. There is difference between "red-haired woman" and "red hair woman". Hyphens are for clarity: He won the game with a single hand. It was a single-hand game. I have only a single hand tonight. All other waiters, except she, have gone home for the New Year. He single-handedly won the game with a single hand. It was a single-handed single-hand feat.
Milan Gardian 9, 5 32 What's wrong with MSDN? Just looking for a brief summary of each to ensure I'm using them correctly.
Michael Burr Michael Burr k 40 SendMessage new HandleRef a, a. SafeHandle includes reference counting to prevent handle recycling attacks. Can anyone confirm safehandle uses handleref? Or at least has a similar mechanism? Both HandleRef and SafeHandle are protected from GC until the call returns; and both protect an object's finalizer from running and deleting the IntPtr. HandleRef points to the object with that finalizer; while SafeHandle is the object with that finalizer.
HandleRef prevents "a" from being garbage collected before the program is done with h. Ryan Ryan 1 2. Can someone explain source code, what is the private extern void InternalDispose ; private extern void InternalFinalize ;?
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