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Learn how to create your own usercontrols. This is done in several articles of increasing complexity so the reader will be able to follow it easily.
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Learn how to implement a Fraction's class—which is ideally suited for overloaded operators and how to overload operators in Visual Basic.
Take control of the lifetime of your objects. Release your object's resources on your schedule, not when the CLR determines they are no longer needed.
Stop unwanted changes to your properties! Discover how to you can stop worrying about accidentally changing values, while still allowing multiple views into your classes!
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