I have been struggling with this for quite some time. Days. Nights. Weekends. We have several Windows legacy applications that we need to run headless on our Kubernetes cluster — without access to the source code or the original developers.
To make things worse:
Initially, I thought I could reverse-engineer the applications and implement the functionality in Kotlin. I was able to extract the .NET …
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Secondary constructors, or convenience constructors (as the Swift folks call them), provide alternative ways to obtain new objects. They provide default values for parameters that are not part of their parameter list when calling either:
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