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421: mdi in c # the operation, code-see inside (child portion)
child.cs <br> -------------------------------------------------- ----------< br> <br> using System; <br> using System.Drawing; <br> using System.Collections; <br> using System.ComponentModel; <br> usi...

422: Rotation Sample
Rotation Sample Submitted By User Level Date of Submission John Oonnell Intermediate 04/24/2001 Exe download: RotationSampleJ.zip 6 KB Description of the Article After reading Mike Golds article on transforms I thought I would get things mo...

423: Create Exe On Fly
Creating Exe on the Fly Submitted By User Level Date of Submission Kunal Cheda Beginner 06/29/2001 This is probably the most wonderful this I have explored in. Net. What happens here is a user can actually make the EXE file on the fly. System...

424: On the sequence of - some of this integrity, but it is for beta1 of the
In the sequence of the tag before the class definition, in the normal running beta2 Introduction In simple words serialization is a process of storing the object instance to a disk file. Serialization stores state of the object ie member variable ...

425: On the sequence of - happy to come to an
Serialization to build a category, including two static method Save and Get. See procedure must be noted that for the class to be serialized, as well as its structure and included in other categories, all must be [Serializable] or [NonSerialized] ta...

426: How to control the incident to close the window
public class whoisresult: System.Windows.Forms.Form ( ............................. private bool TangSeng = false; ) private void InitializeComponent () ( ............................. this.Closing + = new CancelEventHandler (this.whoisresul...

427: How to shrink to form a system tray icon?
1. NotifyIcon1 the first step to increase the control of a named notifyIcon1. 2. In the second step, in its smallest increase of the incident the following code notifyIcon1.Icon = new System.Drawing.Icon ( "c: \ \ some.ico"); notifyIcon...

428: Code to capture keyboard events
Instead of using the keyboard when the mouse is a good idea, according to our habits, often in the text box to enter something, and then wanted to see out a carriage return code is expected to ... ... The following is the code to achieve this purpo...

429: DotNet irregular form in the creation of methods
ShapedForms http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Graphics/Shaped1.jpg Today Windows always appear with a rectangular shape. What if you could have a window that was shaped like a circle, a square or a triangle or any shape you want. I discovered tonight ...

430: C # development with a WINDOWS application (C #, one study notes)
Using C # to develop the first applications WINDOWS C #, one of the study notes Authors: Wenling City in Zhejiang Province Wang Jun from the bureau: http://www.vckbase.com/ Readers levels: primary, secondary Introduction: C # is a modern program...

431: under the windows environment variable settings
SET [variable = [string]] variable environment variable name specified. specified string variable to be assigned to a series of characters. ******************************** Only the type SET without parameters to display the current environment ...

432: . net of transaction processing (Transfer from msdn)
Transaction Control Building Distributed Applications with. NET Priya Dhawan Microsoft Developer Network November 2001 Summary: This article describes how to run local and distributed transactions in your Microsoft. NET applications. (14 printe...

433: . net of transaction processing (b)
MSMQ manual transactions The. NET Framework supports MSMQ transactions in two different ways: manually (internally) by allowing multiple messages to be sent or received as part of a transaction and automatically (externally) by participating in Dis...

434: How to crystalReport statements applies to Windows applications.
Design their own statements, (wait for the next I would like to talk about how to design it) Here are some VB code. Please refer to. Public Class Form1 Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form # Region "Windows Form Designer generated code" ...

435: C # write last year, with the Gobang procedures
Gobang c # written procedures for WinForms learning to use the mouse events and GDI + A few days ago, nothing (to do last year), and wrote a small program that can be used for learning C #. Procedures used to compile VS.NET environment, so long as...

436: Using the standard dialog box (to)
Model form or a dialog box requires the user to be able to continue to work with other applications to close the window in the interactive window. Third, you can create them in different ways. 1.MsgBox . NET Framework still provides a Visual Basic...

437: C # application development WINDOWS processing information (C # learning notebook bis)
Authors: Wenling City in Zhejiang Province Wang Telecommunications 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 WI...

438: I remember asking this happy before, using C # to do ScreenSaver
/ * Program: A Simple Screen Saver * File Name: ScreenSaver.cs * Author: Tran Khanh Hien * Date: 06/20/2001 * Email: hientk@yahoo.com * / namespace Screen_Saver ( using System; using System.Drawing; using System.Collections; using System....

439: Beta2 of ScreenSaver
namespace Screen_Saver ( using System; using System.Drawing; using System.Collections; using System.ComponentModel; / / using System.WinForms; using System.Windows.Forms; using System.Data; / / / <summary> / / / Summary description f...

440: A C + + and Delphi to do the compression process
(This is interface of C + + code. C + + source code not included to this archive. Look README.TXT file for more information.) # ifndef __CODING_H__ # define __CODING_H__ # ifndef coding_impex # define coding_impex __declspec (dllimport) # end...


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