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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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Splitter Window
Splitter Window
This tutorial gives detail about splitter window that resides within the frame window.
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Direct3D 7 Frame Programming
Direct3D 7 Frame Programming
This tutorial lets you know how Direct3D 7 Frame works in C/C++ programming language.
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 Serialization In C#
Serialization In C#
Many applications need to communicate with other applications to exchange data or store data in the hard disk. The .Net framework has made these tasks quite simple by including the serialization technique, which can convert objects into binary, SOAP(Simple Object Access Protocol ) or XML documents in order to provide a convenient way for storing and transferring information. Besides the three mentioned format types you can also implement custom serialization to take complete control of the serialization output.
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 Creating Emails In C#
Creating Emails In C#
E-mail is an extremely popular communication mechanism. The .Net framework has added the System.Net.Mail namespace which provides classes that enable you to easily create and transmit email messages. Messages can include plain text and attachments. In this tutorial we will talk about creating emails.
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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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Understand the C/C++ debugger interface
Understand the C/C++ debugger interface
Discover how the Eclipse C/C++ Development Tooling framework extends to support custom debuggers. With the right plug-in, a custom debugger can access the full spectrum of the CDT's graphical debugging environment, for example, code-stepping and breakpoints. Learn how to construct this plug-in, with a focus on the C/C++ Debugging Interface.
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