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@kschroeder argument here.
i mean yes they do tend to have all their functions documented but it also tends to be the same documentation in the DLLs themselves, the community around .net doesnt seem nearly as helpful as the community around PHP (i dont often see comments on the vein of "if you are trying to do X you might want to try function Y as this function has issue Z when doing X" as i often see in php.net function comments. MSDN documentation seems so formal and particular in its verbiage while php documentation seems a bit more informal and lax with its verbiage
with web things i tend to prefer mdn to msdn as well, same thing, i think its just when the documentation is written by the people who USE the thing it tends to be less confusing.
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the reason for this can be summed in one word: schadenfreude.
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