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Prestwood IT Newsletter May 2013 Issue - C# Edition


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Deploying your .NET Application with ClickOnce (quick tutorial)
by Adam Lum
A basic introduction to deploying an application using Visual Studio .NET 2005's ClickOnce

C# topic (classic post):
A 10 Minute C# Console Application Quick Start
by Bryan Valencia

This will show how to make a "hello world" console application in Visual Studio 2008 with C#. Let VS.Net do the work and create a new console application using the menu. Use Console.WriteLine and Console.ReadLine for simple input and output.

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Code Snippet of the Month

Common source code file extensions include:

  • .SLN - Solution File. Contains solution specific information such as links to the projects within this solution.
  • .CSPROJ - C# Project File. Contains project specific information.
  • .CS - C# source file.
  • .Designer.CS - C# form file (a text resource file).
//Sample code snippet from the .csproj project file:

  <Compile Include="Cyborg.cs" />
  <Compile Include="Cyborg600.cs" />
  <Compile Include="Form1.cs">
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Definition of the Month: Attribute
An attribute is a "shorthand" mechansim for having additional metadata included in your assembly.

Attributes cause additional metadata to be included in your assembly and, utilized when reflected over by another class. For your convenience, many, many useful attributes are pre-defined.

In C#, attributes are designated by enclusure in square brackets. For example, the [DllImport] attribute allows .NET to utilize Win32 DLLs. Another example is the [Serializable] attribute, which causes your class to be persisted to disk.

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