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Visual Studio - C# - Hello World
Visual Studio - C# - Hello World
In this Tutorial where you will learn how to develop a very basic C# .net application for the purpose of displaying a message to the end user. This tutorial assumes you are new to development in C# and Visual Studio.
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Fix ViewState Validation Errors!
Fix ViewState Validation Errors!
A Guide to fixing the error 'Validation of viewstate MAC failed' on ASP.net Web applications.
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Visual Studio - C# - Working with Strings
Visual Studio - C# - Working with Strings
In this tutorial you will learn some of the basic string functions available to you in Visual Studio 2010 with the .net frame work. This tutorial is available one C# currently but i also plan to do a VB.net version too.
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How to make an online game tapper
How to make an online game tapper
How to make an online game tapper� in vb.net.
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AJAX Control Toolkit ModalPopupExtender Tutorial in ASP.NET C#
AJAX Control Toolkit ModalPopupExtender Tutorial in ASP.NET C#
Looking for an AJAX ModalPopup Extender Control Tutorial?
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ADO.NET Fundamentals
ADO.NET Fundamentals
This lesson introduces you to database connection using ADO.NET classes. It will show you how to connect to a SQL Server and access its records.
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Code: Managed C++ .NET 2.0: Instant Messanger Server
Code: Managed C++ .NET 2.0: Instant Messanger Server
This is the code for a Visual Studio Managed C++ .net Instant Messanger Server. I say server because it was meant to receive the messages.
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 Console INPUT/OUTPUT
Console INPUT/OUTPUT
To read some text from the command line you use the Console.Read or Console.ReadLine method implemented in the .net framework. The difference between them is that the Console.Read method reads the next character from the command line, whereas Console.ReadLine reads the next line of characters instead of just a simple character. The Console.Read method returns an integer and should be cast to a char during the input. There is also a special function called Console.ReadKey( Boolean display) which obtains the key that is pressed on the keyboard and if the display parameter is false it depicts it.
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Lesson 2 - User Input and Variables - By Fuse and Phial!
Lesson 2 - User Input and Variables - By Fuse and Phial!
The second tutorial in my series, be sure to check out the programming section on my forums at http://NextGenScene.net
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