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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Zero or One based collection? Eric Gunnerson from Microsoft has been a blogging machine lately... and covers a question someone recently asked which is why in today's modern programming world do we still have 0 based instead of 1 based arrays... after all, when humans start counting, we start at 1... not 0.
Or as one of my professors in college used to say... 0 is a perfectly good number... so why not use it?
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