For complex data types, the traditional display offered by debug windows is inadequate. Visual C++ 2005 makes a dramatic upgrade to the variable display, offering a number of improvements in the way you can examine data during a debug session.
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Implement Paul Kimmel's Radio pattern to separate internal messaging within an application. Along the way, you'll learn how to create a reusable custom application block for the same purpose.
Tom Archer presents a step-by-step tutorial for building an application that uses the .NET XML classes to read and write video information to an XML file.
By using BizTalk 2004, Web services, and the Broker enterprise pattern, you can create a centralized file broker that enables you to more easily configure security, administer services, and share code across your organization.
In this follow-up article to learning how to use the XmlTextReader to enumerate the nodes of an XML file, Tom Archer illustrates how to skip non-content and whitespace nodes and how to locate and read attribute values.
Think .NET code snippets are just about dragging and dropping some reusable code into the toolbox? Guess again. Code snippets in Visual Studio 2005 are far more useful. Find out why overlooking them would be a mistake.
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It's essential to know the differences in these libraries and use them correctly. This brief tutorial will guide you.
With facilities to search, copy, extract segments, and more, the array class can handle pretty much any task you need to perform with ease.
Learn about delegates, a type that represents a reference to physical methods with the same parameter list and return type.
If you have written solid code, you have accomplished one half of the objective. Solid code is the protagonist, or hero, of our story, but testing is the more sedate side kick that often saves the day after the hubris of the hero has almost certainly lead to calamity.