Learn how to plot a graph from the data in Excel sheet, and export a chart from Excel sheet through C# and save it locally.
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Kyle Patrick explains how using the XMLHTTPConnection object that Microsoft packaged with its MSXML parser is a fast, free, and powerful method for communication between any client and server application that supports COM objects. Using this, instead of CGI, means you can have a client-server interaction between the browser and the Web server that can be done without changing the Web page. Sample code and URLs are included.
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Creating charts and displaying them in a Web page is a common requirement. Be prepared the next time you're asked to perform this task.
It is quite easy and not a lot of work to use the TinyURL API to shorten burdensome URLs. Examples are in both C# and VB.NET.
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