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Visual C++ 2005 IDE Enhancements, Part 4: Beta 2 Changes

The Visual C++ 2005 IDE team made two painful cuts in Beta 2 related to the Class Designer and IDE Click Once support. Read up on these significant changes and find out how C++/CLI programmers can still take advantage of ClickOnce to deploy their applications.

Error Lookup Tool

An easy-to-use tool to find the description of various error codes, especially the ones returned by Platform SDK APIs, but also extendable for application-specific codes.

Visual C++ 2005 IDE Enhancements

Improvements to the IDE are one of the givens in any new release of Visual C++; hence, they are often overlooked. Take a closer look at some of the new features that the Visual C++ 2005 IDE delivers.

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Understanding C# Tuples

Understanding C# Tuples

With the arrival of C# 7, tuples have changed quite a bit. If you haven't been using them, read this article; you might reconsider their use.

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