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  • Design-able Abstract Base Forms in Whidbey

    I have blogged about the Windows Forms designer behavior with abstract base forms here . Brian Pepin has an update on how Whidbey can support design-able abstract classes through the new TypeDescriptionProvider class. He also points out an important example of the power of attribute-based programming...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-24-2005
    Filed under: .NET, tips, designer, windows forms
  • Windows shortcuts, run commands and more

    I finally found the shortcut list for a number of MS Windows commands. For the complete listing, visit this link . This can be handy for some: Run Commands compmgmt.msc Computer management devmgmt.msc Device manager diskmgmt.msc Disk management dfrg.msc Disk defrag eventvwr.msc Event viewer fsmgmt.msc...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-22-2005
    Filed under: techie, tips, keyboard shortcuts
  • Rethrowing exceptions, the right way

    I have read the Exception Handling Best Practices article in .NET in CodeProject and all this time I thought that rethrowing exceptions is this way: [code language="C#"] try { // Some code that throws an exception } catch (Exception ex) { // some code that handles the exception throw ex; } [/code] I...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-20-2005
    Filed under: .NET, techie, tips, best practices, design guidelines, exceptions
  • Command-line power

    I am one of those command line junkie since I grew with MS-DOS 6.20 and Windows 3.1. I even had those experience with batch programming back then. Sahil Malik had enumerated a number of commands he usually use in his post, and the new things I wasn’t aware of are the pushd/popd pair and F7 (we had doskey...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-11-2005
    Filed under: tips, keyboard shortcuts, command-line, DOS
  • Real life application of Bisection Method algorithm

    I’ve seen an officemate of mine this morning browsing the history log of a code sheet (VSS) to know when was a particular line added and who did it. What striked me was the way he opened each entry of the history database from oldest to the latest. I told him the more efficient way to locate the entry...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-07-2005
    Filed under: techie, tips, math, version control
  • Bypassing CAPTCHA

    CAPTCHA(Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human. You can see them when signing up a free web-based email and it is used as protection from spammers. It is interesting...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 02-07-2005
    Filed under: tips, security, captcha
  • Some Visual Studio 2003 Weird Behaviors and my workarounds

    Some/All of the buttons (Show All, Design View, Code View, Refresh) in the Solution Explorer Window is not visible. I just temporarily click an object outside the current project then click back to the said object. A component with design view (control/form) is not detected by Visual Studio to be one...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 01-20-2005
    Filed under: .NET, tips, visual studio
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