Every .NET object has the ToString method that can be used to dump its state. This article explains implementating a generic object state dumper mechanism that can be used across all objects.
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Accelerator tables aren't the sexiest thing to code in Microsoft .NET. But ask any professional user interface designer and you'll find that keyboard acceleration is usually considered a critical application feature.
The .NET framework provides a very useful feature that allows an application to store and retrieve data on a per-user basis. This new Isolated Storage mechanism replaces the previous methods of storing such data in Windows .ini files and the system Registry.
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Writing .NET Web services without using Visual Studio can be tricky. Learn how to create a Web Service without using Visual Studio .NET.
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.
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