Debugging – part deux

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  1. If I’m not mistaken that TriState enumeration is used for tristate checkboxes. You know the ones I mean, they can be not checked, checked, or grey (usually because only some of the underlying children are checked)

  2. Good call, but why is it in Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace?! And why do they use it for something that has nothing to do with a checkbox?

    And main problem was the magical Active, matching that against an enumeration. Why not use an enumeration from that start? Or explain what’s done here?! 🙂

  3. I’ve been doing VB.Net over the last couple of months, and I stopped wondering why things were in the Microsoft.VisualBasic namespace.

    But this is just abuse of an enumeration which was meant for something completely different. I know I whine at times, but this should have been detected before the product was released.

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