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Why Can't Microsoft Count to 0?

RecursionIsRecursion (2618171) writes | more than 2 years ago

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RecursionIsRecursion writes "I recently came across on an article detailing a programmer's recent attempt at creating an add-in for Outlook apparently yielded far more head-wall contact than he expected. Follow his journey as he discovers that Microsoft likes to make internal standards, hide their documentation, and then not follow them anyway."

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Title wrong (1)

PuZZleDucK (2478702) | more than 2 years ago | (#40772935)

The title should be "Why Can't Microsoft Count from 0?"

Still, makes me happy I don't have to deal with it :D

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