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Forcing Garbage Collection in .NET     
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There might be times in your application when you want to force the .NET Garbage Collector (GC) to spin through all unused objects and de-allocate them. The method for accomplishing this task is the GC.Collect method. When you call GC.Collect, the GC will run each object's finalizer on a separate thread. Therefore, another method to keep in mind is GC.WaitForPendingFinalizers. This synchronous method that will not return until the GC.Collect has finished its work...

Modify the list of typed URLs in IE     
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You can simply clear the typed URLs in IE by clicking on: Tools ---> Internet options ---> then Clear History. But it will be clear to anyone that you have deleted all your History. In this simple article, Author will show you how to delete only specified URLs....

Clipboard Image Archiver     
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ClipboardImageArchiver is a utility that archives clipboard images. It saves images from clipboard to one single destination .Freeing you from remembering where exactly you saved your images. You can retrieve these images as a single zip file or to a directory. ClipboardImageArchiver also gives you option of saving images in different formats. ClipboardImageArchiver uses the open source sharpzip compression library.ClipboardImageArchiver overcomes the problem of ’appending to zip’ files using a ...

Sorting, Searching and some other useful programs     
Total Hits: 380  |  Today: 0Author: Narayana Rao Surapaneni      Rating:  
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Here are the some useful programs implemented using C#. Of course, most of you might have programmed them using different other programming languages. Hence I am not going to explain you what each program does. I am going show how to implement them using C#...

C# Calculator Using Windows Forms     
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This is a basic calculator program using Windows Forms. You will be able to do mathematical operations like addition,subtraction etc....

HOWTO: Determine the Operating System Service Pack Level in Visual C# .NET     
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This step-by-step article shows you how to build the GetServicePack method....

HOW TO: Program the SQL Snapshot and SQL Distribution Control with Visual C# .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to program the SQL Snapshot and SQL Distribution controls by using Microsoft Visual C# .NET. You can use the SQL Server 2000 Replication ActiveX controls to embed replication functionality in custom applications....

Overloading strings in C#     
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Today I realized that I miss those Visual Basic/Visual C++ type operators. You know the ones: Left, Mid, Right. I'm so used to using them, that I decided to override the string class. Simple enough, right? I just inherit from the System.String and then I get all the nice string methods, plus my own: Left, Mid, and Right. The problem, though, is that the System.String class is sealed. You can't inherit from it. So now what? Must I give up the dream of using those fine old methods?...

HOW TO: Use the Unmanaged HTML Help API from a Managed Visual C# .NET Application (Q317406)     
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This article demonstrates how to use marshalling to call the unmanaged HTML Help API from a Visual C# .NET application. Normally, it is unnecessary to call the unmanaged HTML Help API directly from a .NET application, because the .NET Framework provides the following two classes for this purpose:
  • System.Windows.Forms.Help
  • ...

Using Constants     
Total Hits: 176  |  Today: 0Author: Sriram Vaideeswaran      Rating:  
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Constants fields are used to store values that do not change during the runtime of a program. A good example of a constant would be PI(3.14) which will not change in any circumstance. Once we specify a field as constant a value can be assigned to it only during initialization and cannot be changed aftwerwards....

A designable PropertyTree for VS.NET     
Total Hits: 377  |  Today: 0Author: Russell Morris      Rating:  
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This PropertyTree, however, is written specifically for VisualStudio.NET. It's written in C#, but can be used by any .NET language that supports the WindowsForms designer. If you want to use something like this without .NET, I would highly suggest SAPrefs by Chris Losinger, which I mentioned earlier....

Create a Window Application in C#     
Total Hits: 530  |  Today: 0Author: ashish dhar      Rating:  
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Console Applications are no fun.Windows applications are really the most attractive aplications(they may not be most efficient) You can create a window application in C# in a very easy way.The heart is System.WinForms namespace.WinForm is a very big namespace .Among other classes it has a class called Form.Form class has several properties and method ......

How to use XQuery in ASP.NET     
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This snippet shows how to use the MS XQuery managed classes in ASP.NET. The language used is C#....

Debugging Techniques in C#     
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Debugging GUI applications for me mostly consists of printing out debug statements in the form of a dialog box with some text. While this technique was helpful for small to medium size apps I find writing large apps with a dialog box popping up after every other statement is counterproductive. With this in mind, I set out to find a better method for displaying debug statements during runtime. Enter C#....

Programming Outlook with C#     
Total Hits: 1750  |  Today: 0Author: Rodger Brennan      Rating:  
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This article will take a look at different approaches to working with Outlook folders, and walk through creating items in Outlook with C#. Microsoft Office provides a powerful component model to automate from another program and using COM Interop you can automate Outlook from a .NET application....

Boxing And Unboxing C#     
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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. Boxing and unboxing enables a unified view of the type system wherein a value of any type can ultimately be treated as an object....

Interface Componenet Interoperability     
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The fundamental concept behind both COM and DCOM is the interface. An interface is an agreement between a client and an object about how they will communicate with each other. When we define interfaces in language s other than Visual Basic, we have to use Microsoft's Interface Definition Language (IDL), which we must compile within the Microsoft Interface Definition Language Compiler (MIDL)....

.NET Has XML on Its Menu     
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Microsoft's .NET framework allows you to work with XML documents in a variety of ways. XML Magazine's Dan Wahlin talks about how, with the help of C#, you can leverage this asset to create a handy hierarchical menu....

Leveraging VB.Net Base Classes     
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Multiple language implementation has an inherited powerful advantages. The .Net unify class architecture model allows .Net languages to leverage class libraries implemented in other class libraries. This article shows you how to leverage the power of VB.Net Financial base class library using C#....

Working with Data Types in C#     
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First thing a programmer looks for is what kind of data types a programming languages has and how to use them. In this part, you will cover C# data types and how to use them in a program....

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