## Developing a Generic Radix Sort

The .net framework has a sorting method (I think either QuickSort or MergeSort) that can be made to work for any type.
So want to see if it was possible to create a general RadixSort that could work for any type.

This is what I've come up with.

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## Is it time for a new different take on memory architecture?

The future trend in CPUs is multiple cores but to me the doesn't remove one the main bottlenecks which is Memory Access Latency.
So is it time for new a different take on memory architecture?

The problem is multiple threads accessing the same resource particularly memory locations.
Writing is an Issue.

My thoughts on the...

## More Natural Looking Recursive Functions

In all of the mathematical textbooks (I've seen) the following two functions are defined like this;-

Fibonacci Sequence

f(n) = f(n-1) + f(n-2)

Where f(0) = 1, f(1) = 1

Factorial

f(n) = n * f(n-1)

Where f(0) = 1...

## Listboxes with alternate lines background colors.

In the C# Programmers Topics PsychoCoder started this thread and it reminded be of my attempt to achieve this effect a few months back.

Here's what I came up with.
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## Damn Statistics

Since it is possible the get the average of IEnumerable(Of Double) by using .Average, it thought lets extend it provide the other statistical functions.
To help me out I do use some of custom helper extension methods to extend IEnumerable(Of T), which then makes them accessible on all IEnumerables.
The general helper extension methods....

## LINQ Codes: GetNamedControl

Finds the named control recursively searching the child controls. (If there isn't one return nothing.
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## Periodic Table (2 Class 1 XML File+Loads of Exts.)

In this topic the user is wanting to replicate the periodic table with class, and I though I'll have a go at it.

They are after code the that looks like this.
`MyTable.Carbon.AtomicNumber`

I decided to store the data on the atomic elements in xml file, so it is easy update.

Class: AtomicElement
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## Trying to implement a valid StringOf<T> .

The following April Fool Joke by Scott Hanselman as been bugging be for ages;- StringOr<T>
So I been attempting to bring it in to realisation a valid implementation of it.

First a attempt: StringOf(Of T) Code Snippet
It has it problems. Like you to hard code each

Second attempt:
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## VB.NET Coolness is LINQ + XML Literals

Using the w3schools xml example: XML CD catalog

Task: From this catelogue I want you group the cds by date descending and display the titles, artist and price.
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## vb.net 1-Liners

Christmas Diner time is nearly here and you're sick of hearing those terrible cracker jokes. I bring to you the beginnings of collection vb.net code samples that only contain a single line of code.
Note: These require .net>=3.5
Fibonacci
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