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Accessible Images, Image Format Converter, and More  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Sometimes a Web site will rely on a nice looking graphic that suggests the type of navigation it will provide. But for the visually impaired user, there needs to be much more than a simple graphic that you hope the user will click on based on visual cues. Screen readers get the text to read from an IMG tag's alt attribute, so make sure to include it. Some designers are focused on a pixel-perfect font sizing design, which rings accessibility alarm bells. If your site is to be properly accessible ...

Event Accessors     
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C# makes it very easy to create events on classes, simply by adding the keyword "event" to a delegate member variable declaration. However, it also allows a property-like syntax where add and remove accessors for the event can be implemented explicitly. Why would I ever want to do that? Wouldn't I always just be recreating the same code the C# compiler generates for me?...

Const in C#, Exception Filters, IWin32Window, and More     
Total Hits: 151  |  Today: 0Author: Stephen Toub      Rating:  
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Welcome to .NET Matters. This new column will delve into the ins and outs of the Microsoft® .NET Framework, answering readers' questions on various topics related to its extensive libraries, languages, and the common language runtime. If you have a question you'd like answered, feel free to contact us at netqa@microsoft.com. In the meantime, sit back, relax, learn, and enjoy. Are const variables in C# stored in a global location? Can you tell me what are the performance and memory advantages of ...

FAQ for the microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.csharp newsgroup     
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If you haven't posted on the C# newsgroup before, please read the posting guidelines and suggestions first - they should help you to get an answer quickly and without irritating anyone. If you have seen a question come up frequently on the newsgroup and believe it should be part of the FAQ, please post it on the newsgroup with a subject line beginning with "FAQ Suggestion", including in the post both the question and a suggested answer. The answer can then be honed and discussed within the newsg...

DotNet Spider - C# tutorials     
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DotNetSpider.com offers free online C# tutorials. Also, senior programmers answers your technical questions related to .Net for free....

Why is C# case-sensitive?     
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Perhaps surprisingly to you, we didn't spend a lot of time on this question while designing C#. Rather, we felt that this was clearly a matter that had good arguments on both sides, and was largely a matter of taste, preference, and former experience. Given that, we didn't see a good reason to change from the precedent set by C and C++....

C# Frequently Asked Questions for C++ programmers     
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This FAQ tries to address many of the basic questions that C++ developers have when they first come across C#. I recommend that you read the .NET Framework FAQ before reading this one....

Design pattern FAQ Part 3 ( Design pattern training series)  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This FAQ article is continuation to design pattern FAQ part 1 and 2. In this article we will try to understand state pattern,stratergy,visitor,adapter and flyweight pattern.

In case your are completely new to design patterns or you really do not want to read this complete article do see our free design pattern Training and interview questions / answers videos....

Windows Forms Q&A  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 15  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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I have been playing with console applications in Visual Basic® .NET. I would like to know if it is possible to gather the variables upon calling the application, rather than asking for input when it is running (for example, TestApp.exe Variable1 Variable2)?...

LINQ for the Beginner  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The purpose of this paper is to present some basics about LINQ for certain individuals who may have not gained an understanding of LINQ. LINQ unifies data access, whatever the source of data, and allows mixing data from different kind of sources. LINQ means “Language-Integrated Query”. It allows for query and set operations, similar to what SQL statements offer for databases. LINQ, though, integrates queries directly within .NET languages like C# and Visual Basic through a set of extensions to t...

45 Day Series: CodeProject VC++ Forum Q&A - I  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Nothing unusual... this article is a compilation of questions and answers which were asked between 10 December 2004 and 23 Jan 2005 (45 days) on the Code Project Visual C++ forum. Also, this is the first article of the 45 Days series. I hope, I will bring more on this series....

Pickers Library: For Creating Pickers in .NET     
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Pickers Library is a .NET Windows Control Library that aids in creating Picker-style controls.
A 'picker' control can be thought of as a control, which allows you to select a value from rich, drop-down UI instead of a plain list. For example, we have the DateTimePicker control. Similarly, the color selector in Microsoft® Word is an example of a picker....

resize window - lock     
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Is there a posibility to totally lock posibility to resize window? And to force application not to display a both sided arrow that allows user to resize window?...

How do I begin programming with C#?     
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Learn about some of the different compilers available for programming with C#...

What Are Some of the Different C# Editors Available?     
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A quick glance about the various editors available for programming with C#...

Windows Azure FAQ Part 1  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 53  |  Today: 0Author: Questpond      Rating:  
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Different people have different obsessions and I have this stupid obsession of writing articles in FAQ formats :-) . The more I try to write articles in normal format I end up with a FAQ. My only thought process of writing articles in FAQ format is that we end up talking to the point rather than talking about trees and rivers , many may disagree....



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