How can I clone a DateTime object in C#?
A few days ago, I answered an interesting question on SO about HashSet
I’m .clone -ing a record in rails…
new_blerg = Blerg.find(1).clone
This record has loads and loads of associations, and those associations even have associations.
Is there a way to deep-copy a …
I’m currently cloning a single-level association like this:
class Survey < ActiveRecord::Base def duplicate new_template = self.clone new_template.questions << self.questions....
Whenever I use ajax to dynamically create new content, .clone(), append() etc, the new element looses any triggers and events I programmed =(
After making copy, simple things that WORK on other …
I am trying to create a deep clone of an object using the following method.
public static T DeepClone
using (MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream())
I’m trying to clone a bootstrap element that has data-toggle behavior provided by bootstrap:
Is there a Language supported way make a full (deep) copy of an Object in Dart?
Secondary only; are there multiple ways of doing this, and what are the differences?
Thanks for clarification!
From this Artima article on clone vs copy constructor:
Object’s clone method is very tricky. It’s based on field copies, and
it’s “extra-linguistic.” It creates an object without calling a
So, I’ve been reading on Design Patterns and the Prototype Patterns confuses me. I believe one of the points of using it is avoiding the need for using the new operator. Then I look at this example: