Articles Written by David McClarnon

A Docking Panels Library in .NET 2.0

This library provides the functionality to add the docking panel and tabbed document UI as seen in Visual Studio 2005.

An Introduction to Assembly Language: Part III

The third and final part of the series of tutorials on Assembly language. This covers the most commonly used instructions and some of the macros in MASM that make life so much easier for the Assembler developer.

Writing Your Own COM Interop in C#

When trying to access functionality implemented inside of COM objects that use IUnknown-based interfaces, the automatic COM interop DLLs generated by TlbImp.exe aren't usually sufficient. Learn how to implement your own COM interfaces and examine a class library to simplify such tasks.

'Using' the IDisposable Interface

The IDisposable interface can be used for far more than just the releasing of memory and resources. Learn how to use the interface to ensure that post conditions of code blocks are always met.

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