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Formatting Negative Numbers Differently Than Positive

Format specifiers are most often used with numbers. What happens if you want to format a variable differently if the number is negative versus positive? Learn the specifiers needed to make this happen in .NET.

Formatting Date and Time Values In .NET

Dates and times can be formatted a number of different ways. Learn how to format dates and times in .NET. While this article uses C#, the lesson is applicable to VB .NET and Managed C++ programmers.

Using an Indexer in C#

Indexers allow objects to be treated like arrays. Learn how to use an indexer with a C# object.

A Simple Way to Write XML in .NET (XmlTextWriter)

Writing XML from a .NET application can be done quickly and easily. This article briefly introduces the .NET Framework's XmlTextWriter class and illustrates its use from C#.

An Overview of Assemblies: .NET Programs

If and when you start working with .NET, you will find that the applications you create are not quite the same as the ones you created previously.

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