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  1. Thread: C# Links

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    Sticky: C# Online.NET is now called Visual C# Developer...

    C# Online.NET is now called Visual C# Developer Center. The new URL is:

    Visual C# Developer Center
  2. Thread: C# Links

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    Sticky: Here's a good one: C# Online.NET...

    Here's a good one:

    C# Online.NET
    http://wiki.csharp-online.net/
    http://blog.csharp-online.net/
    http://forum.csharp-online.net/
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    Volunteer at C# Online.NET

    Help Create a Free, World-wide, Online C# and .NET Reference

    C# Online.NET is soliciting volunteers to help build the World’s best, free, online C# and .NET reference. C# programmers, developers,...
  4. Thread: Why use indexers?

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    Actually, I would make the same argument about...

    Actually, I would make the same argument about properties as opposed to simply using accessors and mutators to encapsulate. To me, they both seem like guilding the lily.

    Jess

    C# Online.NET
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  5. Thread: Why use indexers?

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    The code below does the same thing without an...

    The code below does the same thing without an indexer.

    I am not really arguing against indexers--I just don't get the point. I wish someone sympathetic to indexers would write an article on them...
  6. Thread: Why use indexers?

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    Yes, what I am trying to say is that in the...

    Yes, what I am trying to say is that in the examples I've seen, I can see no advantage to using an indexer vs. using regular method calls. So what am I missing?

    In the tutorial...
  7. Thread: Why use indexers?

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    Why use indexers?

    Hi!

    Can someone enlighten me as to when, where, and why one would use a class indexer? I am trying to come up with an example which features the benefits of indexers--and am coming up dry. Is...
  8. Thread: C# Links

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    Sticky: New wiki-based C#, .NET site: C# Online.NET ...

    New wiki-based C#, .NET site:

    C# Online.NET

    http://wiki.csharp-online.net/
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    Well, if you examine the class files, you won't...

    Well, if you examine the class files, you won't find a Serializable attribute as you would find a custom attribute.

    (I edited my earlier post to reflect my success with your example!)

    How about...
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    Thanks a lot for your efforts. I'll check out...

    Thanks a lot for your efforts. I'll check out your example.

    Serializable shows up in the assembly as an interface in a declaration, not as an attribute (for example, when you view in ildasm). So,...
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    Yeah, I don't know what the problem is: I used...

    Yeah, I don't know what the problem is: I used your code, changing to my attribute (Serializable is not a normal attribute anyway), and it fails with "IDEiconAttribute attribute = null".


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    Attribute Refuses Cast

    Edited to rephrase question:

    The following code is driving me nuts! I am trying to read the IDEiconAttribute from each class (e.g. ConsoleInput ) in a library. But, I cannot access the attribute...
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