Even today, there's still a need for Events. Learn about them, and how to use them in your coding.
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Part one of a series that illustrates using WCF to communicate between a Windows service and client application.
Create a class to add Error, Warning, and Information entries in the Windows event log.
Delegates are commonly defined as Type Safe Pointers. In this article, Ramesh Balaji explains Delegates, and shows how they work in the CLR environment.
Discover how to interchange information between sibling forms of a parent form. In many cases, especially in MDI applications, you need to interchange information between child forms that are instantiated by the same parent. In such cases, delegates are a suitable way to exchange information.
Build a Windows Event Log Watcher Service Process to Export Event Log Entries as an RSS feed using System.Diagnostics.EventLog, EntryWritten, and EnableRaisingEvents.
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