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Since the inception of the pianoforte in 1709 , there have been many famous piano composers who have had a direct impact on the history and development of piano music over the past three centuries. At the dawn of the 18th century, the piano was still in its’ infancy having recently evolved from other musical instruments like the “Harpsichord” and the “Clavichord”. Therefore, keyboardists of that time, such as Johann Sebastian Bach , born in 1685 , composed keyboard works that were never actually intended for the piano.
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C# 3.0 introduces a new feature called lambda expressions. While this is not a revolutionary thing, it opens up a plethora of new possibilities for .Net programming. This post aims to introduce lambda expressions by providing a backgrounder, looking into its syntax and providing examples along the way.
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by Rick Strahl http://www.west-wind.com/ Last Updated: 03/7/2002 (updated for .NET Release) Part 2: Passing data over .NET Web Services: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/dotnetwebservices/DotNetWebServicesData.asp Source code for this article: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/dotnetwebservices/dotnetwebservices.zip Over the last few months I've spent a lot of time talking about XML and Web Services and how you can build and consume them. This time we'll look at the new features in Visual Studio.NET and ASP.NET that provide a very easy mechanism for creating Web Services and more importantly the easy mechanism used to consume those same Web Services using the .NET framework's built in support for Web Services. Web Services promise to bring information into your applications from the Internet in much the same way that browers have made information available to end users.
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