Learn how to use ASP.NET 2.0 master pages, which allow developers to enforce common layout and behavior across pages within an application.
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Overloading the constructor of a class, which is the method called when you instantiate an object, ensures that your object is populated with all the information it needs to operate properly.
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Discover how to use the new Yahoo! Connection Manager — one of the most popular new Ajax libraries.
Read the final installment of the sample chapter on Generics.
A further study into the use of generics in C#2.
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