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Latest Visual Studio .NET 2003 Articles
The final installment of Tom Archer's series on using the .NET regular expression classes from Managed C++ presents several complex patterns that allow you to locate almost any valid e-mail address from a body of text.
Visual C++.NET supports the automatic detection of stack-based buffer overruns through the use of the /GS compiler switch. Learn why stack-based buffer overruns are so serious, and how /GS and other Visual C++ settings can combat them.
Learn about a macro for use with a class that implements one or more interfaces. When you run the macro, it adds empty function bodies for all the functions in the interface.
Visual Studio .NET 2003 is of special interest to Visual C++ programmers, who get all kinds of neat stuff that was missing from the current released version.
Latest CodeGuru Developer Columns
With the addition of the C/C++ extension to Visual Studio Code, you might have what is needed in a small, cross-platform editor.
Learn to use LiteDB, is a simple, serverless, fast and lightweight, embedded .NET document database written in .NET C# managed code.
Discover four different ways to read your own application's metadata. Examples are in C# and VB.NET.
Onion Architecture addresses the challenges faced with 3-tier and n-tier architectures, and provides a solution for common problems.