As .NET versus Java debates continue to rage, the reality is that most enterprise IT shops are heterogeneous environments that employ aspects of both frameworks. Find out which is better suited to certain scenarios and learn how to make them work together.
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In this installment of the .NET Tips & Techniques column, learn how to serialize entire objects—as well as selected members—to and from disk using Managed C++ Extensions.
This week's topics include the usage of WM_NULL, whether a Machine ID for copy protection purposes exists, whether there is any range for WM_XXX messages that someone could use without having any troubles with the Windows message handlers, and how can a person validate a auto_ptr?
One often-overlooked ability of .NET is that you can create a custom exception handler that will allow you to catch all unhandled exceptions thrown during the execution of your application.
Learn how to write macros for C++ in Visual Studio.
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