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At some point in time, we all run into a situation where the order in which our human readers expect to see information displayed is not what we get from the built-in string sorting capabilities of SQL or Visual Studio. When listing street addresses, an end user probably expects "20 Main St." to appear after "9 Main St.", and not between "1 Main St." and "3 Main St.". Another situation in which basic string sorting produces less-than-desirable results is in the display of titles. Most end users ...

HOWTO: Programmatically Compile Code Using the Visual Basic .NET Compiler (Q304654)     
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The .NET Framework exposes classes that allow you to programmatically access the Visual Basic .NET language compiler. This might also be useful if you want to write your own code-compiling utilities. This article provides sample code that allows you to compile code from a text source. The application allows you to either just build the executable or build the executable and run it. Any errors that occur during the compilation process are displayed on the form....

Online Compiler for C# And VB.NET     
Total Hits: 410  |  Today: 0Author: Waheed AL Barghouthi      Rating:  
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Online Compiler deals with C#,and VB.NET The compilation is applied for both windows applications and windows consoles and provides the user with the assembly file in two extensions as requested ( .dll or .exe)....

Scaling Up: The Very Busy Background Compiler     
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One of the features that distinguishes Visual Basic® from the other languages in Visual Studio® is its use of a background compiler (BC). The BC runs from the moment you start up a Visual Basic project until the time you close the last one down. Whenever you type in a line of code and commit it, the BC picks up the change and compiles it, adding the resulting information to the internal representation of the application you're building. The BC reacts to external changes as well, keeping its comp...

Analysis of the compiled CIL (Part 1)     
Total Hits: 184  |  Today: 0Author: cykophysh39.      Rating:  
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In this article we will be taking a look at the Common Intermediate Language (CIL) that is generated by the various language compilers in Visual Studio 2005....

Compiling with CodeDom     
Total Hits: 191  |  Today: 0Author: Gustavo Bonansea      Rating:  
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With the code of this article, you will compile code without having Visual Studio .NET installed, and you will avoid using the tangled compiler command line. With this code, you can create your own compiling environment.

I try to explain in this article how to dynamically compile code in VB.NET or C# using CodeDom technology. This technology simplifies the automatic code generation and can be used like a new generation of script engine, because you can write any .NET code, compile, and ex...

Compile and Run VB.NET Code using the CodeDom     
Total Hits: 147  |  Today: 0Author: wduros1      Rating:  
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The major differences between this article and others that I have seen presented here are the target audience and the usage scenario. You will notice in the screen shot displayed above that there is not a function declaration. No namespace. No class, or include statements. The target audience for this technology is a diverse collection of support personnel with a minimal exposure to programming. If there was any exposure to programming, it would be in the form of DOS batch files, and maybe VBScr...

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