NFTs (non-fungible-tokens) are all the rage right now. Startups and investors seem to be going crazy for the things. People are exploring ways of implementing “proof-of-ownership” through NFTs, talking about the problems they might solve, and the potential technology that could emerge from these blockchain-based tokens.
Cut, Copy, Paste. Anyone not living under a rock for the past 30 years knows what these are and probably uses them every day. First made popular in the 80s by Apple’s Macintosh and Lisa computers, these surprisingly simple operations have influenced the way we use computers for generations.
If you have a bit(1) in a MySQL table, guess what type it is converted to when you make a query using C#’s MySQL helper?
Yep, that’s right. The smallest possible type gets converted to the longest possible type when you make a query through c#.