Overloading the constructor of a class, which is the method called when you instantiate an object, ensures that your object is populated with all the information it needs to operate properly.
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Make your Pocket PC applications more intuitive by providing the input panel when it is needed and removing it when it is not.
C# 3.0 introduces lambda expressions, a more concise syntax for declaring method code inline where in the past you would have used a delegate function.
Although the .NET Framework provides many standard exceptions, you also can create, throw, and catch your own custom exceptions. In fact, custom exception types are a powerful feature of the VB .NET language.
Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 support binding to traditional data sources and custom objects based on the capabilities of the CodeDOM, typed DataSets, and changes to Forms designers.
Until the .NET Framework controls are thread safe, you will have to use Control.Invoke and delegates to marshal data from background worker threads to the Windows Form thread.
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