Category Archives: winform

>1001 .NET code samples

>101 Visual Basic and C# Code Samples This download includes a master set of Visual Basic and Visual C# code samples demonstrating various aspects of the language in the following areas: syntax, data access, Windows Forms, Web development and Web … Continue reading

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>Using the COM Port in VB.NET

>DownloadThis sample demonstrates how to control a communications port from .NET. Since the .NET Framework does not support direct control of the Comm Port, a separate class is used that provides direct Win32 API calls. (Note: Comm Port is synonymous … Continue reading

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>Paging of Large Resultsets in ASP.NET

>Author: Jasmin Muharemovic Source code: PagingTest Introduction The paging of a large database resultset in Web applications is a well known problem. In short, you don’t want all the results from your query to be displayed on a single Web … Continue reading

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>Sending files in chunks with MTOM Web Services and .NET 2.0

>Source code: MTOMWebServices.zip Introduction In trying to keep up to speed with .NET 2.0, I decided to do a .NET 2.0 version of my CodeProject article “DIME Buffered Upload”, which used the DIME standard to transfer binary data over web … Continue reading

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>Delegates and Business Objects

> Download demo project – 17.8 Kb Introduction The aim of this article is to give you an understanding of how I perform business object validation in Trial Balance, a personal accounting project of mine. This article was originally a … Continue reading

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>Using inheritance to create Windows Forms dialogs

>Download demo project Introduction Every time we need a new dialog in our applications, we have to do all the same things over and over again. We have to create a new descendant of the System.Windows.Forms.Form class, change a whole … Continue reading

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