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How to create a FileCompare function by using Visual C++ .NET or Visual C++ 2005     
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This step-by-step article describes how to compare two files to see if their contents are the same. This comparison looks at the contents of the two files, but does not at the file names, locations, dates, times, or other attributes....

Anonymous methods in C# 2.0     
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Event handlers and other callbacks are often invoked exclusively through delegates and never directly. Even so, it has thus far been necessary to place the code of event handlers and callbacks in distinct methods to which delegates are explictly created. In contrast, anonymous methods allow the code associated with a delegate to be written “in-line” where the delegate is used, conveniently tying the code directly to the delegate instance. Besides this convenience, anonymous methods have shared a...

Similarities and difference with C# and Other Languages     
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You should know that many C/C++ developers have been asking this question: Is C# a new programming language or a new version of C/C++. Well, in this article Author is going to go under the hood and show you that C# is a cocktail of Java, C, C++ and Delphi/C++ Builder from Borland. Let’s first take a look what C# programming language really is....

How to: Set the Order When Performing a Hierarchical Update  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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When you save modified data in a dataset to a database (with hierarchical update enabled), you can control the order that the TableAdapterManager uses to send the individual Inserts, Updates, and Deletes that are required to save the data. The default order for performing a hierarchical update is Inserts, Updates, and then Deletes. The TableAdapterManager provides an UpdateOrder property that can be set to perform Updates first, then Inserts, and then Deletes....

How to: Navigate to a Page     
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This example illustrates several ways in which a page can be navigated to from a NavigationWindow. It is possible for a NavigationWindow to navigate to a page using one of the following:
* The Source property.
* The Navigate method....

How To Create a Modeless CPropertySheet with Standard Buttons     
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Microsoft Visual C++ .NET (2002) supports both the managed code model that is provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework and the unmanaged native Microsoft Windows code model. The information in this article applies only to unmanaged Visual C++ code....

How to start the default Web browser by using a LinkLabel control in Windows Forms with Visual C++ .NET or with Visual C++ 2005     
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This step-by-step article describes how to use a LinkLabel control in the Microsoft .NET Framework System::Windows::Forms namespace to open a Web address or URL in the default Web browser....

MD5SUM FOR C#     
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As you may know the MD5CryptoService, which the .NET Framework uses, doesn't create an md5 sum's string. So you only have the pure byte[] which isn't that useful if you want to use it in a database or on your Web Server to compare the sum with your file's sum! So, if many people have no idea how to get their sum into the right way, here's my howto to create the same sums like "md5sum" does:...



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