This question may sound fairly elementary, but this is a debate I had
with another developer I work with.
I was taking care to stack
allocate things where I could, instead of heap allocating them. He was
talking to me and watching over my shoulder and commented that it wasn't
necessary because they are the same performance wise.
I was recently going through a garbage collection article and decided to
play along and attempt to gain a greater understanding. I coded the
following, playing around with the using statement, but was
surprised with the results... I expected e.Parent.Name outside of the using
block to go ka-blooey.
Certain businesses in the food service industry whose employees regularly
receive tips must ensure that these tips meet certain requirements, and
reimburse their employees if they do not. This is called tip allocation.
Businesses AffectedTip allocation is required for any business classified
as a "large food or beverage establishment." The IRS defines such an
establishment as any food or bevera