Anonymous methods haven't shown up in the current beta version of VB.NET 2.0. Paul Kimmel predicts that they will in upcoming releases and shows what they might look like.
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Microsoft is officially withdrawing support for Visual Basic 6.0 starting January 2006. Strategies and plans need to be outlined for migrating these applications to either VB.NET or C#.
Learn to link SQL Server with many different data sources. See how to link SQL Server to a directory like Active Directory Application Mode, a Microsoft Indexing Server catalog, a Microsoft Access database, and a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
VB.NET 2.0 enables you to utilize overloaded operators, which not only are easy to implement but also can provide your classes with intuitive operators. Learn how to use this powerful feature.
Through a set of intuitive classes, the release of .NET 2.0 provides excellent support for sending e-mails. Learn the new ways of sending mail through its System.Net.Mail namespace.
Read about a little code snippet to show how to autosize the columns of a DataGridView in an intelligent way to fit after resizing the form.
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