Mise à jour : novembre 2007 Les applications Visual C# incluent souvent des données qui ne constituent pas du code source. Ces données sont désignées par le nom de ressource de projet et peuvent inclure des données binaires, des fichiers texte, audio ou vidéo, des tables de chaînes, des icônes, des images, des fichiers XML et tout autre type de données que votre application requiert.
A ProgressBar control is used to represent the progress of a lengthy operation that takes time where a user must wait for the operation to be finished. In this article, we will see how to create a ProgressBar control in a Windows Forms application using Visual Studio 2010. We will also discuss the properties and methods defined in the ProgressBar class. Creating a ProgressBar
This article demonstrates how to create a simple, custom UserControl to create a smooth, scrolling ProgressBar control. In earlier versions of the ProgressBar control, such as the version that is provided with the Microsoft Windows Common Controls ActiveX control, you can view the progress in two different views. To control these views, you use the Scrolling property, which includes standard and smooth settings. Smooth scrolling produces a solid block of color that represents the progress, and standard scrolling appears segmented and is made up of a series of small blocks or rectangles. The ProgressBar control that is included with Microsoft Visual C# supports only the standard setting.
Object Pooling: Object Pooling is something that tries to keep a pool of objects in memory to be re-used later and hence it will reduce the load of object creation to a great extent. This article will try to explain this in detail. The example is for an Employee object, but you can make it general by using Object base class.
The XmlWriter and XmlTextWriter classes are defined in the System.XML namespace. The XmlTextWriter class is derived from XmlWriter class, which represents a writer that provides fast non-cached forward-only way of generating XML documents based on the W3C Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 specification. In this article, I will show you how to use XmlTextWriter class to create an XML document and write data to the document. Adding namespace Reference Since Xml classes are defined in the System.XML namespace, so first thing you need to do is to Add the System.XML reference to the project. using System.Xml;
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The twenty-seventh part of the C# Fundamentals tutorial completes the examination of the DateTime data type provided by C# and the .NET Framework. This article considers manipulation of DateTime data and formatting date and time information as a string. DateTime Value Manipulation The previous articles in the C# Fundamentals tutorial have examined the creation and reading of DateTime data and the structure's constituent parts . In this article we will manipulate DateTime information, starting by adjusting DateTime values. This can be achieved using simple operators or, for more detailed control, using DateTime methods.