Anonymous types (or projections) are a new feature that permits you to define strong types on the fly without writing the nominal—full class—definition. Learn how to implement Anonymous types in VB9.
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Participating in your local .NET users group can lead to greater job satisfaction, money, and prestige. Don't doubt it; the author is living proof.
Learn how to build a simple event log "watcher" application to monitor event log changes on a remote machine(s).
Dare to enter the world of approximate string matching with this introduction, tutorial, and Access 2000 database demo with a 99% precision/recall.
Reliability is a by-product of beautiful code, so conscientious programmers care about the look of their code. But who's got the time to write beautiful code when deadlines and end users couldn't care less what the code looks like? Here's how to make the time.
Sudoku is a logic-based location puzzle game normally played using numbers. This is simply an introduction to some of the facets of VB .NET using the mathematics behind Sudoku.
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