In many books, authors don't establish
their end of the deal from the start. During the
authoring process, they tend to lose sight of
what it is they're trying to do with this book.
One such book that fell into this trap, I think,
was Box/Lam/Skonnard's "Essential XML". They
started by assuming readers were interested in
the higher-order abstractions created by the XML
Infoset model, when in fact most readers were
looking for answers to questions of syntax and
parsing. As a result, it got horrendous reviews
from all but a few people who happened to think
the same way Don, John and Aaron did.
// This class makes careful use of
MemoryBarrier. Before adjusting the any of the
memory barrier code,
// carefully read
// which explains the intracies of the clr
This class makes careful use of MemoryBarrier.
Read the scant documentation at
ssmemorybarriertopic.asp to figure it out
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