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The friendly folks at Microsoft were kind enough to provide us with a great set of sample vb.net code. I'd highly recommend any .Net developer - especially the beginner/intermediate guys - to download the samples and work through them. They contain a wealth of knowledge.
The relevant samples page can be found at:
The samples included range from the extreme beginner to fairly advanced, and covers concepts like Serialization, GDI+, XP Theme support, ADO, Thread pooling, etc, etc.
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|7/28/2003 1:17:17 PM:|
We all appreciate information! .net
forum is lacking pretty bad. Thank you!
|7/29/2003 2:55:42 PM:Deepak Kumar Shaw|
please!!! we are loosing lot of time
|7/30/2003 4:39:04 PM:Wyatt O''Day|
Deepak Kumar Shaw, Loosing, eh? Are you
sure you don't mean losing? Anyway,
it's nice that you brought the link
here, most people are too dumb to look
on the MSDN site to find this.
|7/30/2003 7:43:43 PM:|
Thanks for the link - GREAT! Five balls
cuse there free and at least you added
|8/1/2003 1:28:58 PM:|
|8/2/2003 4:48:11 AM:|
i m not able to download and so i
havent seen the code but previously i
have seen other codes and i liked cauz
i m a student of .net and like the
features which institute dont teach us
and see on the net cauz of u thanx
|8/3/2003 11:46:07 AM:Niknak!!|
Fancy rating some Microsoft code, look
in the d_a_m_n IDE, it's quite capable
of providing the Microsoft provided
examples for you.
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