Paul Kimmel introduces the VS.NET Macros IDE and gets you started on implementing the LineCounter tool. By using VS.NET's extensibility object model in conjunction with macros, you can automate a wide variety of tasks to extend and customize VS.NET.
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Many talented C++ programmers still think that calling Web services from C++ is difficult. Tom Archer illustrates that using the .NET XmlTextReader and XmlDocument classes make this task a snap.
Tom Archer explains the low-level details of why the ShellExecute function isn't dependable in a mixed-mode application. He then offers a couple of workarounds to this limitation.
Learn how to build a multilingual application using Microsoft .NET. In this installment of the .NET Nuts & Bolts column, Mark Strawmyer outlines the construction and then demonstrates it with examples.
Converting between types is frequently a sticking point for coders new to mixing MFC and .NET. Tom Archer illustrates some basic conversions that will help you should you get stuck in a painful series of compiler error messages about type mismatches.
This first article of a three-part series provides your software development team with a starting point for productivity improvement: measuring lines of code and evaluating them relative to your production schedule.
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