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  • Creating and Using Custom Attributes in C#Feb 27, 2000. Attributes are classes that allow you to add additional information to elements of your class structure.
  • Calling a COM Component From C# (Late Binding)Jan 08, 2001. This code sample shows how to call a COM component in .NET framework using C#.
  • The Convert Class : Conversion Made Easy in .NETJan 08, 2001. The Convert class takes care of most of the data type conversions in .NET programming.
  • Get a database table propertiesJan 22, 2001. Get a table properties such as column names, types etc using DataColumn and DataTable.
  • Directory Picker in C#Feb 07, 2001. A directory tree control let you select files or directories from any file structure on your computer system.
  • Boxing and UnboxingFeb 21, 2001. Boxing and Unboxing are fairly new terms introduced in C#. Author explains some concept of them.
  • Reflection in .NETFeb 26, 2001. Refelction is the mechanism of discovering class information solely at run time. Wondering where it would be useful?
  • Deploying Programs in C#Mar 08, 2001. Deploying projects in Visual Studio.NET is fairly straightfoward. Most of the process is automated for you through some convenient wizards so it doesn't require much effort.
  • Compilation and Runtime Execution of a C-Sharp ProgramApr 10, 2001. C-Sharp (C#) is a strongly typed object-oriented programming language designed to give optimum composition of simplicity, expressiveness and performance.
  • .NET framework comparison with Java ArchitectureMay 08, 2001. This article outlines Microsoft's proposed standardization of .NET framework in ECMA forum as CLI (Common Language Infrastructure), but the Microsoft documentation refer this as CLR (Common Language Runtime).
  • Data Structure Sample ExampleJun 04, 2001. Source code for Data Structure implemetation of Stack, Queue, Doubly linked list and more..
  • Image Viewer in C#Jun 07, 2001. ImageViewer lets you to view images of types bmp, gif, jpeg, ico, wmf, emf. It also allows you to convert images to bmp, gif and jpeg formats. This application illustrates the usage of PictureBox class, Bitmap class etc.
  • C# and its FeaturesJun 09, 2001. C# is a modern, type safe programming language, object oriented language that enables programmers to quickly and easily build solutions for the Microsoft .NET platform.
  • Exception HandlingJun 12, 2001. Exceptions in C# provide a structured, and type-safe way of handling both system level and application level error conditions. The exception mechanism in C# is very similar to that of C++, with a few important differences.
  • Animate System Tray in C#Jun 18, 2001. I am sure those who have worked with Visual C++ would have experienced the problem of displaying an icon in system tray and manipulating with context menus for that. Previously I use to display System tray icons with Shell_NotifyIcon by filling a structure and manipulating with a context menu for that icon is another problem.
  • Exception HandlingJul 21, 2001. Exceptions in C# provide a structured, and type-safe way of handling both system level and application level error conditions. The exception mechanism in C# is very similar to that of C++, with a few important differences.
  • PDF File GeneratorJul 26, 2001. PDF documents are the now a days is standard in Documents Exchange over the internet,as these documents are more or less platform independent and can be viewed on virtually any platform without any formatting or changes in the file structure.
  • Compute Feature of DataTableAug 01, 2001. The following code is for implementing least known feature of DataTable Compute() method.
  • Text Reader and Text Writer in C#Aug 03, 2001. A detailed tutorial and C# types such as Value and Reference types with sample examples.
  • Boxing and Unboxing in C#Aug 20, 2001. Boxing and unboxing is a essential concept in C#'s type system. With Boxing and unboxing one can link between value-types and reference-types by allowing any value of a value-type to be converted to and from type object.
  • Super String in C#Aug 20, 2001. Today I realized that I miss those Visual Basic/Visual C++ type operators. You know the ones: Left, Mid, Right.
  • ASP.NET and VB.NET Error HandlingAug 24, 2001. ASP.NET and VB.NET both are providing excellent error handling options when compared with ASP and VB6. In VB.NET we can make use of the structured way of error handling with the Try & Catch statement.
  • Skinned Mesh Viewer v2.2Sep 11, 2001. A Windows forms application allows you to load a Direct-X file and view its hierarchy structure.
  • Is there any need to Boxing and UnboxingSep 21, 2001. With Boxing and unboxing one can link between value-types and reference-types by allowing any value of a value-type to be converted to and from type object. Boxing and unboxing enables a unified view of the type system wherein a value of any type can ultimately be treated as an object.
  • IComparable: Under the HoodSep 21, 2001. We now calling Array.Sort() on C# Types such as int, char, string will automatically do sorting based on that type.
  • Oracle Database ConnectivitySep 26, 2001. This is a GUI based data entry application which shows how to add, modify and delete records using Oracle Database.
  • Encapsulation in C#Oct 12, 2001. In Object Oriented programming Encapsulation is the first pace. Encapsulation is the procedure of covering up of data and functions into a single unit (called class).
  • Understanding Structures in C#Oct 23, 2001. A structure in C# is simply a composite data type consisting of a number elements of other types.
  • Pointers in C#Oct 25, 2001. C# also supports pointers in a limited extent. A pointer is nothing but a variable that holds the memory address of another type. But in C# pointer can only be declared to hold the memory address of value types and arrays.
  • Enumerators in C#Oct 25, 2001. An enumeration (enum) is a special form of value type, which inherits from System.Enum and supplies alternate names for the values of an underlying primitive type.
  • Exploring delegates in C#Oct 30, 2001. Delegates are a kind of type safe function pointers which are actually declared as class derived from System.MulticastDelegate.
  • Implementing Stacks in C#Nov 06, 2001. With the help of C# we can also implement ADT (Abstract Data Types) with little effort. An example of ADT is a simple stack of integers.
  • Network Programming in C# - Part 2Nov 12, 2001. This is the second part of the series of articles about the network programming with C#.
  • Exceptions and Exception StackNov 16, 2001. The purpose of this tutorial is to explain firstly how you would go about creating your own set of exceptions to trap error conditions that could occur in your code or library, for your own benefit or for the benefit of another developer using your library. The second lesson is on how the C# exception stack works, and how you can use it to catch all types of exceptions.
  • Type Conversions in c#Dec 04, 2001. Type conversion is a process of converting one type into another. Using C# type conversion techniques, not only you can convert data types, you can also convert object types.
  • Working With Data TypesJan 02, 2002. Explains data types in C# and how to work with them.
  • Interrogating Systems with WMIJan 18, 2002. WMI allows you to retrieve information such as hardware types, software installed and much much more.
  • Composite Patterns in C#Jan 23, 2002. A Composite is a tree structure consisting of individual objects mixed with compositions of objects, that is, objects that have other objects as their children.
  • Interrogating System with WMI - Part 2Jan 24, 2002. After my last article on WMI it was time to get serious. WMI or Windows Management Instrumentation is useful on a local machine to produce a WINMSD type program but using it across a network makes it even more useful.
  • Creational Pattern - BuilderFeb 19, 2002. The Builder pattern allows a client object to construct a complex object by specifying only its type and content. The client is shielded from the details of the objects construction.
  • XML Web Services Type MarshalingFeb 20, 2002. This article illustrates that various data types can be passed to and returned from Web Service methods.
  • SOAP Message with Binary AttachmentsFeb 28, 2002. Recently Microsoft announced new format called DIME: Sending Binary Data with Your SOAP Messages.
  • Introduction to TreeView ControlMar 11, 2002. The Windows Forms Tree View Control helps to display the hierarchy of nodes that can be used to represent the organization structure, file system or any other system which includes hierarchical representation.
  • The Making of PongMar 12, 2002. The purpose of making this classic game was to show simple game structures in C#. Concepts include the "Game Loop", "Input" and "Paint. If you are just beginning in game programming, C# is turning out to be a great place to start.
  • Boxing and Performance of CollectionsMar 14, 2002. In this article, I will compare some performance issues of values and references types during boxing and unboxing operations.
  • Multithreading Part 3: Thread SynchronizationApr 11, 2002. The .NET framework provides a number of classes and data types that you can use to control the access to shared resources. Thread synchronization refers to the act of shielding against multithreading issues such as data- races, deadlocks and starvation.
  • Assembly Browser: Browsing a .NET AssemblyMay 17, 2002. This program lets you browse an assembly and lists the methods and the parameter name and parameter type for each assembly.
  • Unit Conversion Tool for Pocket PC with Compact FrameworkMay 22, 2002. I have created a Unit conversion tool to calculate conversion from 16 different types.
  • Comparison of C# with Java: A Developer PerspectiveMay 29, 2002. The .NET is a language and operating system (on Windows as of now) independent platform pretty similar to Java.
  • Custom Error Handling in ASP.NETMay 30, 2002. Structured exception handling is a fundamental part of the CLR and provides .Net programmers a great way of managing errors. In addition to CLR exception system, ASP.Net also provides ways of handling errors.
  • Determining Windows Users for Web Forms ApplicationsMay 30, 2002. In this example we will see how to determine the identity of the logged in user for an ASP.Net Web Forms using Windows Authentication.
  • Writing a Generic Data Access ComponentJul 17, 2002. OK, I've received couple of emails people asking me how can they use a common data provider to access various types of data sources without loosing the power and flexibility of native data provider libraries.
  • Writing a Generic Data Access ComponentJul 17, 2002. I've received couple of emails people asking me how can they use a common data provider to access various types of data sources without loosing the power and flexibility of native data provider libraries.
  • Implementing Search in a DataList Web Forms ControlAug 07, 2002. Searching for the data and displaying the result in paging on the site it is important functionality for the web type applications.
  • Understanding Generic Type in C#Aug 15, 2002. Before we start tampering around the code, lets understand why we need a generic type?
  • Recipe to Implement Threads Quick n Easy in C#Aug 28, 2002. In this tutorial type article, author shows how to write threading applications quick and easy in C#.
  • Creating Strongly Typed Custom Collections in C#Sep 02, 2002. In this article, author shows you how to create and use strongly typed custom collections.
  • Working with COBOL Data Groups in C#Sep 11, 2002. In this article we will begin with a C# console application calling a COBOL DLL file. The C# application will pass it a number of occurrences to create in the table (much like a user requesting a specific number of months to report on).
  • COBOL and .NET Data TypesSep 24, 2002. .NET has created a new, level playing field for a multitude of programming languages to interact on a scale never before seen.
  • How to Fill Your Own Dynamic Objects using ADO.NETOct 02, 2002. Sometimes you need to use information of different types like strings, booleans or doubles in the same data structure.
  • Accessing Text Files using ODBC Data ProviderNov 12, 2002. In this article, I will show you how to access Access database files using ODBC data provider.
  • Cryptography in Microsoft.NET Part II: Digital Envelop and Digital SignaturesDec 18, 2002. Part-I of this article covered cryptography in the context of encryption. This part continues from where part-I left. It assumes that the reader understands the purpose of encryption, knows about the two types of encryption namely asymmetric encryption and symmetric encryption and the fundamental differences between them. It also assumes that the reader understands encryption-decryption classes in System.Security.Cryptography namespace and the stream based encryption model in. NET framework class library (FCL).
  • Possible Usage of Visitor and Type CastsFeb 25, 2003. In this article I will try to introduce Visitor pattern and one possible variation on it. It treats problems related to projects projects where high level of adaptability is needed.
  • Regular Expression ValidatorMar 14, 2003. This tool is useful when you are creating Regular Expression. This tool will help you in checking syntax of the regular expression typed in.
  • Dynamically Setting Properties of a Class from a DatabaseMay 12, 2003. This example demonstrates a powerful feature of Reflection that will allow you to dynamically set the values of a class.
  • Implementing Caching in ASP.NetJun 10, 2003. This article explains the concepts, advantages and types of caching and the implementation of caching in ASP.NET applications.
  • Kuti.DataJul 02, 2003. The attached source code file has two parts - DataObject directory and Automatic SQL Generator.
  • C# Methods : Part II Jul 07, 2003. This article completes our discussion of methods. In this article, you will learn parameter passing, reference and value type parameters, and method overloading.
  • Boxing and Unboxing of Value Types : What You Need to Know?Jul 21, 2003. Programmers new to C# can encounter less than ideal performance and even unexpected results due to boxing and unboxing of value types.
  • Installing a Service ProgrammaticallySep 04, 2003. With the arrival of .NET, creation of a windows service has become a piece of cake by just selecting Windows Service as project type in the New Project Dialog Box.
  • Storing Data in C#Sep 17, 2003. In this article, we will talk about C# data types and how data storage works with different types of data types.
  • ODBC usage in .NETSep 24, 2003. This article will provide a template of how to represent a smallint, integer, decimal, varchar and other ODBC data types that are used in the SQL Server environment in COBOL.
  • W23 ProtectorNov 24, 2003. The attached project is a W23 Protector. This program protects with a Windows registry code by applying 8 various types of protections. The program also has a security account with 3 types of user system accounts which are saved in an XML file.
  • Events Programming in C# Nov 24, 2003. In this article, author discusses the events model in .NET and how to implement events in your applications using C#.
  • Oracle Connectivity in .NETDec 03, 2003. This whitepaper takes you through different ways of database connectivity to Oracle database from .NET. This also talks about the advantages and disadvantages of all of these technologies.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IVJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET :Using SQL with C#: Part VIIIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET : using SQL with C#: Part XIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part VJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM an Introduction - Part IIIFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM - An Introduction: Part IFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM an Introduction - Part IIFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • Typed DataSets in .NETFeb 03, 2004. As all of we know, we can specify the data type when we create a DataColumn for a DataTable. This is to enforce the runtime type-safety for the column so that only data of specified data type can be stored in the column.
  • DropDownList Selection as you type inFeb 09, 2004. The ASP.NET DropDownList server control allows positioning within the list by typing the first character. This method does not require a trip to the server.
  • Fundamentals of Function Point Analysis Part IIFeb 18, 2004. Function points are a unit measure for software much like an hour is to measuring time, miles are to measuring distance or Celsius is to measuring temperature.
  • Oracle Data Provider for .NET : Part VIIFeb 20, 2004. Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) is an implementation of a data provider for the Oracle database. ODP.NET uses Oracle native APIs to offer fast and reliable access to Oracle data and features from any .NET application.
  • Oracle Data Provider for .NET : Part VIFeb 20, 2004. Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) is an implementation of a data provider for the Oracle database. ODP.NET uses Oracle native APIs to offer fast and reliable access to Oracle data and features from any .NET application.
  • Oracle Data Provider for .NET : Part IIIFeb 20, 2004. Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) is an implementation of a data provider for the Oracle database. ODP.NET uses Oracle native APIs to offer fast and reliable access to Oracle data and features from any .NET application.
  • Introduction to GDI+ Transformations Apr 01, 2004. A transformation is a process that changes graphics objects from one state to another. Rotation, scaling, reflection, translation, and shearing are some examples of transformation. Transformations can be applied not only to graphics shapes, curves, and images, but even to image colors.
  • Cryptography in .NETJul 31, 2004. This article gives a brief overview of Cryptography and the Cryptography support provided by the .NET Framework. I begin by introducing Cryptography and then proceed to examine the various types of it. In particular, I review and analyze the various cryptography algorithms and objects supported by .NET. I conclude after proposing and briefly discussing the algorithmic technique that would work best for you.
  • Difference between passing reference types by ref and by valueSep 02, 2004. We all know the difference between passing value types byval and byref, if the variable is passed byval any change to the variable value in the called function is not reflected back in the callee.
  • .NET RemotingSep 02, 2004. .NET Remoting provides an infrastructure for distributed objects. It exposes full object semantics of .NET to remote processes using plumbing that is both flexible and extensible.
  • TranslateSQLOct 05, 2004. TranslateSQL is a utility for generating SQL-Server SQL scripts based on an existing Oracle schema, in essence 'translating' Oracle schemas into SQL-Server databases.
  • Generics in C#Oct 06, 2004. Generics are the most useful C# 2.0 language extensions, beside Anonymous methods, Iterators, Partial types And Nullable types.
  • New Features in C# version 2.0 - Partial TypesOct 12, 2004. Partial types are new addition to C# language version 2.0, which is available with the .NET Framework 2.0 or Visual Studio 2005. This article discusses the partial classes and how to create and use them in your applications.
  • Moving C Structures into .NET with Custom MarshalingDec 17, 2004. Microsoft provides several attributes for marshaling C to C#. In our example we will take the case where we have hundreds of structures and only a few API calls, so we only need to generate the marshaled code for the structures.
  • ClickMania GameDec 21, 2004. This is an old game, first implemented in 1996 or so... It has a great addictive power. You will quickly find out the rules. I used the winmm.dll library for playing sounds, the picturebox.Paint event to draw bitmaps in a Picturebox and a recursive function to check the balls next to each other for the colors.
  • An Assignable DateTime Class in C#Jan 11, 2005. Occasionally you run into a structure in the .NET library that you really wish was a class so you can inherit all its existing properties, override the ones you don’t like, and add new properties and methods.

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