Visual Studio .NET 2003 is of special interest to Visual C++ programmers, who get all kinds of neat stuff that was missing from the current released version.
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While at Comdex, Paul was asked the question, 'Where is Visual Basic 7?' Paul helps to alleviate the concerns that Microsoft has abandoned Visual Basic.
Retrieving application settings is a pretty common task that falls under the category of another of those tedious and repetitive tasks that programmers have to deal with. Explore a way to eliminate this tedious programming task through a combination of technologies.
Interop features allow managed .NET code to interface with legacy unmanaged code. Now is your chance to learn about the forms of interop built into the .NET Framework Common Language Runtime.
A mainstay of software engineering is a concept called tracing. The basic idea is that you insert statements into your code that provide information about your application while it is running. (.NET)
In the latest CodeGuru .NET Nuts '& Bolts column, Mark covers encrypting data using the cryptography classes available through the Microsoft .NET Framework.
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Discover (Rediscover?) an image-manipulating tool that's been around for ages, but is especially suited to working within the .NET framework.
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