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1:01 AM
flippin' sleepcycle's a mess
1:30 AM
@Vogel612 yep, me too. 2.30 here, 3.30 for you...
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8:02 AM
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] build for commit 5862b9dc on unknown branch: AppVeyor build succeeded
8:44 AM
@Vogel612 mid-spring - mid-summer makes it so hard to fix with the early sunrises :/
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11:12 AM
> Hi,

The other project is an Add-in that I design and manage. The projects that open, load the add-in, then uses the add-in to create instances of classes the add-in holds.


set m_objSharePoint = application.run(addin, "create SharePoint class")

m_objSharePoint then hold an instance of the class from the addin


Anthony Taylor
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1 hour later…
12:16 PM
@theVBE-it'srightforme I rarely have problems with falling asleep after the sun rose
is there a way to use ternary operator with statements rather than return values?
I am going through a list of Foo with attributes Foo.ID and Foo.IntegerValue and summing the Foo.IntegerValue in a dictionary keyed by the different Foo.ID so in the foreach(var foo in List<Foo>) loop I thought I could use the ternary operator like so: fooDict.ContainsKey(foo.ID) ? fooDict[foo.ID] += foo.IntegerValue : fooDict.Add(foo.ID, foo.IntegerValue) but VS threw several different errors.
Or do I even need to manually check for key existence in C# as I would in VBA?
@Vogel612 I am extraordinarily jealous of you.
@theVBE-it'srightforme no
12:43 PM
@Vogel612 :////
not even something fancy (mis)using Task or the like?
why would you even need that?
like ... just use an if
I hate the visual appearance of short if-else and especially when inside a foreach loop
partially dumb visual perfectionizing partially valid concern about code readability
I suppose the ternary operator with that mess is not necessarily too greatly readable either however
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9:07 PM
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] PhilCattivocaratere pushed commit 3b58500a to next: Peek definition and minor fixes translation
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] PhilCattivocaratere pushed commit 459bfa78 to next: Another little fix
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] PhilCattivocaratere pushed commit ab83aa8f to next: Peek definition and minor fixes translation
[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] PhilCattivocaratere pushed commit 5862b9dc to next: Merge branch 'peekItalianTranslation' of github.com/PhilCattivocaratere/Rubberduck into peekItalianTranslation
Merge pull request #5770 from PhilCattivocaratere/peekItalianTranslation

PeekDefinition and minor Italian translation

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