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Mastering the development of .NET 4.0 applications in C# is less about knowing the Visual C# 2010 language and more about knowing how to use the functionality of the .NET framework class library most effectively. Visual C# 2010 Recipes explores the breadth of the .NET Framework class library and provides specific solutions to common and interesting programming problems. Each recipe is presented in a succinct problem/solution format and is accompanied by a working code sample to help you understand the concept and quickly apply it. ...
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This is the third of the lectures exploring the design of the standard library vector and the techniques and language features used to implement it. Here, we deal with changing the size of a vector, parameterization of a vector with an element type (templates), and range checking (exceptions).
The Microsoft Enterprise Library is a collection of reusable software components (application blocks) designed to assist software developers with common enterprise development cross-cutting concerns (such as logging, validation, data access, exception handling, and many others). This book is designed to help developers on teams that have chosen to adopt Enterprise Library get up to speed quickly.