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By Alexei Fedorov

ISBN-10: 0321112326

ISBN-13: 9780321112323

The hot Microsoft platform, Microsoft.NET offers numerous possibilities for various companies and platforms to have interaction, permitting programmers to strengthen robust ideas for the web. while you're a programmer or developer desirous to take complete benefit of Microsoft.NET, this e-book, which supplies crucial details for the entire of the .NET platform, is for you. A Programmer's consultant to .NET can assist you to achieve an in-depth knowing of the .NET framework, its structure, major parts and supported applied sciences. Alexei Federov describes how the most elements of the platform - home windows varieties, net types, ADO.NET, net providers and the typical Language Runtime - can interact, allowing you to create high-performance purposes extra simply and efficiently.A Programmer's consultant to .NET:Explains the entire major components of the Microsoft.NET framework - not only one know-how comprises functional examples displaying how one can use .NET to create various purposes - from console functions to XML internet companies contains code examples written in VB.NET which can even be imported into different .NET languages offers a finished record of internet assets within the appendix.

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Here is the code for our client application. Y) End Sub End Class Note that now an instance of MyPoint of the TPoint type is declared with the WithEvents keyword. This means that our class supports events and we can create event handlers for them. 10 shows our client application in action. 10. Client application running 51 52 If we look at the results logged in the ListBox control (the box on the left side of the screen) we can see the paired coordinates X, Y, X, Y1, X1, Y1 and so on. The cause of this is that, in our class' code, the PTChanged event is raised both when we change the X coordinate and the Y coordinate.

To copy elements of the stack to a new array we can use the ToArray method. The Stack class also provides the GetEnumerator method to get an enumerator of the stack. The Stack is implemented as a circular buffer. 17 Using the Stack class Original Stack Item2 Item1 Item0 Modified Stack Item1 Item0 Modified Stack Item3 Item1 Item0 Top item: Item3 Queue class This class implements a first-in-first-out (FIFO) form of collection. To add and remove objects from the queue, we use the Dequeue() and Enqueue(Object ) methods.

Default value is 0. UInt32 A 32-bit unsigned integer with values ranging from 0 to 4,294,967,295. This type is not CLS-compliant. Use Int32 type as a CLS-compliant alternative. The default value is 0. UInt64 A 64-bit unsigned integer with values ranging from 0 to 18,446,744,073,709,551,615. This type is not CLS-compliant. Use Int64 type as a CLS-compliant alternative. Default value is 0. Note that all integer types implement interfaces IComparable, IFormattable, and IConvertible. We will discuss interfaces later in this chapter.

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