Month: July 2005

July 14, 2005

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we have used column mappings and index mapping to generate our csv files. These approach requires us to loop thru each colum to create the header, the loop thru again to create the rows. The problem with this approach is the amount of time spent in […]

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July 9, 2005

In Part 1 of this series i have showed to you how to use a IDataReader in creating a function that would generate a CSV file. In part 2 of this series I’m going to show you how to accomplish the same task but this time using a different object. We will still implement the […]

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July 7, 2005

As always, Mike Gunderloy made my eyes go ‘BIG’ after reading his article regarding some of his recomendations on how to use and manipulate strings in .NET 2.0. This post also gives some highlights about some key changes on System.String namespace and other aspects of using strings including the dreaded localization.

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July 4, 2005

Part 1 shows us how to create CSV files in both C# and VB.NET using techniques that were used back on the old days of ADO and OLEDB but implementing them using native ADO.NET objects(IDataReader) instead of recordsets. We use a IDataReader instead of a provider specific reader (SqlDataReader, OleDbDataReader) for usability of code. This […]

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July 3, 2005

As far as i could remember, I have always been using Eclipse + Improve C# Plugin + Mono to develop .Net apps in Linux. But this caught my eyes today. Its a plugin called Grasshopper developed by the guys from Mainsoft that you could use to help you develop .Net apps in Linux. Here is a description i got […]

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July 1, 2005

*NOTE: the source code for this projerct in C# and in VB.NET can be found at the end of this post. I have also posted this example in codeproject “File system browsing? What the heck is that?” “Old way? New way? is there another way???” I guess most of us are still on the pre-.NET mindset, a term […]

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