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    Beginning Visual Web Programming in C#: From Novice to Professional
    Beginning Web Programming in C#: From Novice to Professional will teach you the fundamentals of the web environment and how VS .NET makes it accessible to C# programmers. You\'ll build a working website that demonstrates all the elements of a C# web application, through step-by-step examples that explore essential technologies and show how VS...

    Updated: 05/30/2005

    Pro .NET 1.1 Network Programming, Second Edition
    Networking is one of the core tasks of enterprise-level programming, and this book covers key concepts, like network programming in .NET with C#, and building network-based applications in .NET. You will gain confidence to use the classes shipped with .NET, and eventually implement your own application-level protocols. The text first overviews...

    Updated: 05/30/2005

    Floating-Point in .NET Part I: Concepts and Formats
    Author Date Of Submission User Level Jeffrey Sax 04/18/2005 Intermediate Source Code: Extreme.FloatingPoint1.zip 8Kb Introduction Here's a quick quiz. What is printed when the following piece of code runs? We calculate one divided by 103 in both single and double precision. We then multiply by 103 again, and compare the result to the value we started out with: Console.WriteLine("((double)(1/103.0))*103 < 1 is ", ((double)(1/103.0))*103 < 1); Console.WriteLine("((float)(1/103.0F))*103

    Updated: 05/08/2005

    Database Access Class
    The following is database helper class. Plug it in to your existing .cs files, making sure to rename the namespace to match your current one. There are overloaded functions so you can call functions that return data, some that don't. You can call stored procedures that require input parameters and some that don't

    Updated: 03/31/2005

    C# Tutorial For Beginners
    The ideal solution for C and C++ programmers would be rapid development combined with the power to access all the functionality of the underlying platform. They want an environment that is completely in sync with emerging Web standards and one that provides easy integration with existing applications. Additionally, C and C++ developers would like the ability to code at a low level when and if the need arises.

    Updated: 03/31/2005

    Fun with DVR-MS
    Use Windows XP Media Center 2005 and DirectShow to record and store television files.

    Updated: 03/20/2005

    C# Queue Implementation
    in C#. //Start Code namespace Queue { using System; /// /// implementation for a First in First out Queue /// public class Queue { private uint count = 0; private Node front = null; private Node end = null; private Node temp = null; /// /// Test to see if the Queue might be empty. /// public bool empty { get { return(count==0); } } /// /// Number of Items in the Queue. /// public uint Count { get { return count; } } /// /// This function will append to the end of the Queue or ///...

    Updated: 03/13/2005

    C# - Static Members
    A C# class can contain both static and non-static members. When we declare a member with the help of the keyword static, it becomes a static member. A static member belongs to the class rather than to the objects of the class. Hence static members are also known as class members and non-static members are known as instance members. In C#, data fields, member functions, properties and events can be declared either as static or non-static. Remember that indexers in C# can't...

    Updated: 03/13/2005

    C# language's preprocessor directives
    C# preprocessor is fundamentally very similar to C preprocessor and the whole concept in C# has been taken from C language specification. The C preprocessor is a macro processor that is used automatically by the C compiler to transform your program before actual compilation. It is called a macro processor because it allows you to define macros, which are brief abbreviations for longer constructs. But in C# only concept has been taken from C. But the C# compiler does not...

    Updated: 03/13/2005

    C# Simple Scribble Application
    C# provides simple and easy access to the Device Context Functions via the Graphics class. The following application indicates the quick and easy way to use some of the Graphics class functions Download Source Code - Scribble.zip

    Updated: 03/13/2005

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