I would like to raise the bar for late answers to enter the Late Answers Review Queue to 50 rep, which is the threshold after which users gain the ability to comment. Here are some answers that were posted by users with between 10 to 50 rep (yes, there's a little selection bias to be sure. I suspect most/all of these will be 10k links only by the time you're reading this. Note, all of these are from the last 5 hours.
These are all from Stack Overflow, where I have the most experience, but since Late Answers have a much higher probability to be bad across all stacks, I think this applies generally. Also, I have bolded all the users references to the inability to comment, that were not in their original answers:
Solution provide by @brandonyang works for me too! (I can't add comments in a response 'cause my low reputation, sorry).
I tried your answer but it doesn't work in office 365 outlook online. Do you have any suggestions?
My question is somehow related to the same issue. I am fairly new to C# and have been doing JAVA for quite a long time. When I am coding in C# with .Net framework 4.5.1 using visual studio 2013, I get errors for using certain libraries but I donot know which dll should I reference in my project How do C# people figure that out? For example I wanted to code to draw an ellipse and needed system.Windows.Media and System.Windows.Controls both of which were giving me errors, after googling for quite sometime I got to know that we need to reference PresentationFramework.dll, is this the only way to figure it out?
PS >> I am unable to post this as a comment hence putting it as answer.
i like this video. It explains the differences between int and Integer and cautions of using Integer
I have a question, i am actually trying to copy the database from Prod server to test server ( SQL server 2008R2). I am wondering would it copy the users logins, roles and permission as well ?
I know I suggested 50 rep above, but while I was compiling that, I found one from a 61 rep user. Perhaps it should be 100 rep, not 50. I am less confident about this, but I thought I'd add it as an addendum for discussion.
The answer posted here is the simplest solution that you are looking for to solve your problem, so take a look ;)