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How to marshal an object to a remote server by value by using Visual Basic 2005 or Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how to marshal an object by value to a remote server. When you marshal an object by value, a copy of the object is created and serialized to the server. Any method calls made on that object are done on the server. Because the object must be serialized to the server, the class definition for the object you are passing must be annotated with the Serializable attribute....

How to compute and compare hash values by using Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005     
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The System.Security.Cryptography classes in the Microsoft .NET Framework make it easy to compute a hash value for your source data. This article shows how to obtain a hash value and how to compare two hash values to check whether they are identical....

How to create a remote server by using Visual Basic .NET     
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This article illustrates how to create a simple, remote server that another application can access. The application that accesses this server can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network. The remote server is broken into two parts: the server object and the server application. The server object is the object with which the client communicates, and the server application is used to register the server object with the Remoting runtime....

How to catch exceptions in Visual Basic 2005 or in Visual Basic .NET     
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Catching and dealing with exceptions is a standard programming task. This article demonstrates how to use a try-catch-finally block to catch an exception. A try-catch-finally block is a "wrapper" that you put around any code where the possibility of an exception exists....

How To Store Data in Application Scope by Using ASP.NET and Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to store application-wide data through the Application, Cache, and AppSettings objects. Application-wide data is data that is available to the entire Web application....

How to Create Meta Tags Programmatically in ASP.NET 2.0     
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In ASP.NET, we have an option to add head tags in HTML where we could define our Meta tags like keyword and description but in ASP.NET 2.0 if we use master page inheritated page then there is problem to add meta tags. This article explains how you can add meta tags in ASP.NET 2.0....

How To Create Client Access to Remote Server by Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step procedure demonstrates how to create a client that accesses a remote server. This client can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network....

How To: Recognize Application Gestures     
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The following example demonstrates how to erase ink when a user makes a ScratchOut gesture on an InkCanvas. This example assumes an InkCanvas, called inkCanvas1, is declared in the XAML file....



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