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301: In C # using COM + to achieve transaction control (carried CSDN, belongs to all people, we only look at the power!)
In C # using COM + transaction control to achieve . NET technology is to promote the next generation of Microsoft's platform technology, since the. NET technology framework Beta2 version of the official release, this technology is gradually mov...

302: Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications (a)
Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications A. NET Developer Platform White Paper Emmanuel Schanzer Microsoft Corporation August 2001 Summary: This article is for developers who want to tweak their applications for optimal performance in t...

303: The realization of Vs.net MDI window.
Create a new Window Form (main window) True definition of attribute isMDIContainer Add a menu or toolbar to open and close the achievement of sub-window. Create a new window form (sub-window, for example, is named Form2) In the main window to op...

304: In C # using COM + transaction control to achieve wirte (original) (I turned)
In C # using COM + transaction control to achieve wirte (original) Keywords c #, com +, Service Control In C # using COM + transaction control to achieve . NET technology is to promote the next generation of Microsoft's platform technology, s...

305: Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications (b)
Use StringBuilder for Complex String Manipulation When a string is modified, the run time will create a new string and return it, leaving the original to be garbage collected. Most of the time this is a fast and simple way to do it, but when a stri...

306: Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications (c)
Use Session State Only If You Need To One extremely powerful feature of ASP.NET is its ability to store session state for users, such as a shopping cart on an e-commerce site or a browser history. Since this is on by default, you pay the cost in me...

307: Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications (d)
Use Binary Compare for Text When comparing text, use binary compare instead of text compare. At run time, the overhead is much lighter for binary. Minimize the Use of Format () When you can, use toString () instead of format (). In most cases, it...

308: Performance Tips and Tricks in. NET Applications (e)
What You Can Do At every phase of development, there are several things you can do. With MC + +, the design phase is perhaps the most important area, as it will determine how much work you end up doing and how much performance you get in return. Wh...

309: Using Visual C # dynamically generated components (Private China Online)
Using Visual C # dynamically generated components (with photos) Previously written using Delphi procedures, do not like the total emissions in the form of many components, some eyesores created in this area, and when debugger is not very convenient...

310: Api function used to play wav file
This is a routine, I hope you can help [DllImport ( "Winmm")] public static extern bool PlaySound (string pszSound, IntPtr hmod, UInt32 fdwSound); private const Int32 SND_ASYNC = 1; private const Int32 SND_LOOP = 8; private const Int...

311: API playsound can be used to play wav
This is a routine, I hope you can help [DllImport ( "Winmm")] public static extern bool PlaySound (string pszSound, IntPtr hmod, UInt32 fdwSound); private const Int32 SND_ASYNC = 1; private const Int32 SND_LOOP = 8; private const Int...

312: Reprint: The Visual C # dynamically generated components, see! (B)
. Program design as well as a crucial step in the solution: In this paper, the main functions of the software is through the form of two buttons to create two different types of WinForm components - Button components and TextBox components, and at ...

313: In the. NET run-time type information to understand (3) Paul_Ni (original)
Visit the Custom Attributes When the attributes associated with the program elements, you can use reflection to query the existence of them and their value. Query attributes for the main reflection method and included in the System.Reflection.Assem...

314: Vb.net development with api viewer (5)
In the project to add a new category of --- (ParseAPI.vb) Code is as follows Imports System.IO Namespace API Public Class ParseAPI Dim sOldAPI As String Dim sNewAPI As String Dim pFile As String Dim pReader As StreamReader Public Sub New (B...

315: c # string into the basis of a need to use the class to be
Type yourType = Type.GetType ( "System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label"); Object yourLabel = Activator.CreateInstance (yourType); ...

316: Using C # monitor server information
<script language="C#" runat=server> void Page_Load (Object sender, EventArgs ev) ( ProcessInfo [] history = ProcessModelInfo.GetHistory (100); for (int i = 0; i <history.Length; i + +) ( Response.Write ( "<TABLE BORD...

317: C # application development WINDOWS deal news
WINDOWS applications by message-driven, in the VC through CLASSWIZARD we can add a window message processing function category, CLASSWIZARD will add your information mapping, for WINDOWS news generated by the heavy-duty message processing function o...

318: In C # using Microsoft Agent Wizard to create cool language (with photos)
【Print version to a friend】 【Recommended】 In C # using Microsoft Agent Wizard to create cool language (with photos) C # for Microsoft. Net strategy of the emerging language, has its unparalleled power. RAD as a language, it has the Visual ...

319: Let them form fluttering - C # in the Timer component usage
Timer component is a component of a WinForm, and other components of the WinForm biggest difference is: Timer component is not visible, while others are most of the components are visible, can be designed. Timer component has been encapsulated in th...

320: A server base class
Network server, such as commonly used, such as http/ftp/pop3/smtp working principle is basically similar to a monitor port, waiting for the Socket client to connect, and then communication with the client, close the connection after. If we are to ac...


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