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Posted 27 Apr 2016Green tea, and Kombucha tea have caffeine.
Green tea has about 25mg of caffeine in 8oz of tea. Which is far less than the 95mg per 8oz in coffee, but very close to the 36mg per 8oz in mtn dew, and even closer to the 28mg per 8oz in Dr. Pepper (all figures taken from caffeineinformer.com).
Kombucha tea caffeine content depends on the tea used, and the duration of fermentation, and how diluted the tea gets from other stuff in it. It would certainly have the least amount of caffeine, but you're technically not "caffeine free".
Posted 26 Apr 2016He's not treating you like an idiot.
We get a lot of first time posters on here that describe conceptual projects (like yours) that turn out to be homework. So us veteran members tend to be skeptical of first time posters with meandering conceptual projects.
Nothing against you. As you said, we don't know you... so it's reasonable that based on what little knowledge we have of you, that there is a potential for you to be a student looking for a hand-out.
As for your original post. So English is not your first language. This is OK, but you'll have to understand this is going to make it even harder for us to assist you. So please, try to break down your problem into parts so that we can actually get a picture of what it is you're attempting to do.
Otherwise, don't get all offended that when you come to an English speaking website, that no one understands you. That's not our fault.
Posted 26 Apr 2016To be frank... your wall of text is extremely dense and hard to read. I honestly got lost a few sentences in.
Maybe try breaking your description up into parts, organized, and explain it piece wise like that (honestly when designing systems, that's where you should start too... breaking it all up into its parts and describing each one specifically).
It may be easier to read...
Also, define what you're talking about. You say 'entity' several times before you even explain what an entity is or what it does... but rather just that your system is made up of entities who work in time step in your simulation. What? What does that mean?
Posted 26 Apr 2016Mountain Dew (duh), and the damn gas station's fountain was spitting seltzer this morning. So I go for my fallback, Dr. Pepper... and they have TWO Diet Dr. Peppers, and NO regular Dr. Pepper.
So I'm tired today, and irritable.
I don't drink coffee (or tea).
As for when not at work. I'm a vodka man, Stoli primarily.
I also always keep a bottle of Glenlivet Single Malt in the house, as well as a bottle of Dewar's (blended).
And Gin is a must. Beefeater for me.
Posted 26 Apr 2016About sealed, yeah allowing it with a sealed class could potentially cause issues with methods that expect a sealed class.
But then, you could just have the compiler respect 'sealed' so that you couldn't do this with sealed classes. Sealed means "can't inherit or composite".
Anyways, it wasn't really a desire to find an existing solution, as there really isn't one in .Net. I'm very familiar with it for the most part, so I knew there wasn't going to be.
It was more of a dream/idea (dream in code after all), something I thought could be useful.
Anyways, researching it led me to Golang, which srsly... looks freaking awesome. It really embraces the way I think about polymorphism (I prefer composition over inheritance), but in far fewer lines of code, and allows for the implementation in post like I want in .Net.
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