Tom Archer illustrates how you can use the TranslateTransform and ScaleTransform methods to invert and display the reflection of a string.
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If you're a Visual Basic .NET programmer who has to write stored procedures for MS SQL Server, this article is for you. Learn how to isolate SQL code from VB.NET code to clearly create divisions of labor and focus for your solution.
Continuing his series on Custom Web Controls in MC++, Stephen Fraser examines the first of the three types of custom Web controls: superclassed. Learn how to add a new property to control and then specify the appropriate attributes for your app interface.
Tom Archer illustrates how the Matrix object and transforms enable you to draw horizontally or vertically sheared text.
Learn how to access the Microsoft Word spell checker using Automation from your own Managed C++ Windows Forms applications.
This month, .NET Nuts & Bolts covers exception handling, examining what exceptions are and why they are important. You'll learn how to use them, how to create custom exceptions, and how to apply common best practices.
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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.