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You're doing a good job at indenting your code, well done! But then why would you need these? } // end if } // end foreach(s) } // end foreach(t) } // end foreach(r) …
answered Dec 21 '14 by Mathieu Guindon
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COM interop is in itself a performance hit, but even when accessing it through COM (e.g. in VBA), the Outlook type library / object model is notoriously, painfully slow. If performance is a requiremen …
answered Sep 27 '17 by Mathieu Guindon
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List<string> searchExtensions = new List<string>("log", "csv"); This doesn't need to be a List<T> - you're really only using it because it's an IEnumerable<T>, so this would suffice: var searchEx …
answered Jun 12 '14 by Mathieu Guindon
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This is problematic: Dim Mid As Long You're shadowing the built-in Mid function, which is useful for extracting a substring from a string value. Regardless of whether or not the procedure uses it …
answered Aug 29 '16 by Mathieu Guindon