Learn how .NET enables you to easily allow your users to create a cropping area of an image with the mouse and then create a new image consisting of only that cropped area.
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ADO.NET's SQL command builder reads a schema and generates SQL for you; this can be an excellent timesaver in the appropriate circumstances. When applied with sound judgment, this technique is a nice shortcut.
For years, one of the biggest complaints about MFC was its lack of imaging support. Tom Archer shows how Managed C++, the .NET Image class, and the PictureBox control make loading, displaying, and dynamically sizing an image a snap.
Tom Archer illustrates how you can use the TranslateTransform and ScaleTransform methods to invert and display the reflection of a string.
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.
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