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VB Code Example Missing Program Class (WebServiceHost Class (System.ServiceModel.Web))
Why is the VB code missing the program class that the c# class has?
Last modified by YerbaMateMakesGreatTerere on 10/8/2010 11:21:51 PM
Tags:  bias  c#  vb
Visual Web Developer  How Do I in Visual Web Developer  How Do I is your gateway to key topics about creating dynamic Web sites with Visual Web Developer. The essential information on working with Visual Web Developer is listed in this topic. The links provide pointers to important procedure-based Help pages. Getting StartedOverview ... Guided TourDevelopment EnvironmentWeb page
Last modified by Microsoft on 3/1/2007 1:24:40 AM
Tags:  asp.net  c#  vb
TextBox ClassMembers Represents a Windows text box control. Namespace: System.Windows.FormsAssembly: System.Windows.Forms (in system.windows.forms.dll)SyntaxVisual Basic (Declaration)<ComVisibleAttribute(True)> _ <ClassInterfaceAttribute(ClassInterfaceType.AutoDispatch)> _ Public Class TextBox Inherits TextBoxBaseVisual Basic (Usage)Dim instance As TextBox C#[C
Last modified by Microsoft on 6/1/2007 10:12:03 PM
Tags:  c#  c++  textbox  value  vb
Controlling property expansion in the debugger (Use properties where appropriate)
One reason I've seen people avoid using properties is because they don't want the debugger to eagerly auto-expand it. For example, the property may involve allocating a large object, or calling a p/invoke but may not actually have any observable side-effects. You can prevent the debugger from auto-expanding properties such as above, by using the DebuggerBrowsableAttribute. The followi
Last modified by David M. Kean on 8/7/2007 5:20:25 PM
Tags:  c#  code  debugging  vb  vsts
TimeSpan.TicksPerSecond Field Represents the number of ticks in 1 second. Namespace: SystemAssembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)SyntaxVisual Basic (Declaration)Public Const TicksPerSecond As LongVisual Basic (Usage)Dim value As Long value = TimeSpan.TicksPerSecond C#public const long TicksPerSecondC++public: literal long long TicksPerSecondJ#public static final long TicksPe
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/5/2007 6:29:29 PM
Tags:  c#  code  timespan  vb
This rule will also fire on types that are only ever instantiated by unused methods on that exist on the same type. This is by-design. For example, the following type will fire this rule: [C#] internal class Book{ public static Book Create() { return new Book(); }} [Visual Basic] Friend Class Book Public Shared Function Create() As Book Return New Book
Last modified by David M. Kean on 7/10/2007 1:51:00 AM
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