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  • When using a the using statement as below, my form is not releasing the memory aquired when the form is shown.

    The form only has some buttons and labels.

    using (Wizard frmWizard = new Wizard())
    {
    frmWizard.Tag = log;
    frmWizard.Show();
    do
    {
    Application.DoEvents();
    } while (frmWizard.Visible);
    frmWizard.Tag = null;
    }

    thanks,

    Scott
  • Does assigning a variable to null at the end of a routine make any sense? I have inherited some code where this is done alot, and my opinion is that nothing is gained by assigning a variable to null right before it goes out of scope. Could we have some direction on this please?
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    Used "Form".PrintForm
    Scaling way out.
    Can I scale? or use a "fit to page" so it automatically scales the form to an A4 sheet?
  • accessibility: Does anybody except myself feel restricted with the Objective-C, C++ or Java inherited "accessibility" declarations (public, private, protected, internal, etc.). In general, if I have one class that needs special access to components in a second, do I have any alternative besides placing the first class in the same program file or re-declaring “public” the internals of the second class (which I may not want to be generally available)?
    --S. Lee Odegard, leeo@amerion.com
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    E.g. I have a class Admin and a member name GetUser()

    What is the performance difference between

    Admin.GetUser();

    and

    Admin admin = new Admin();

    admin.GetUser();
  • In general web application(ASP.NET) scenario which of the variable will have the application scope for e.g if I read a properties file in a datastructure and keep it as a static variable. Is it the same as storing that variable in an application object.That means it is avaible till I stop IIS.
  • I created a datalist with an edit link button following microsofts guide. Here is a code sample...

    ...<asp:datalist id="IssueDL" runat="server" OnUpdateCommand="IssueDL_OnUpdate" OnCancelCommand="IssueDL_OnCancelCommand" OnEditCommand="IssueDL_OnEditCommand">...

    <asp:linkbutton id="onEditLB" runat="server" commandname="Edit">Edit Issue</asp:linkbutton>...

    When I select the link button it appears to send two clicks to the server, hence my edit event handler is called twice. I have tested this with placing number labels on the page which get incremented by one if the edit event handler is fired. Clicking once on the link button increments the number label by two. I then set up a break point within the edit event handler and it gets hit it twice. If I trace the code through on the second trip I end with the following message dialog box:

    "There is no source code for the current location".

    I did a google on this and found this article on msdn:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/vsdebug/html/vxgrfnosourcecodeavailableforcurrentlocationdialogbox.asp

    which mentions double-clicking a module. I am not double clicking the edit button but it clearly looks like two clicks are being sent. I looked at all of the system delagate event handlers and they all look right. Does anyone know how to resolve this? (I get the same behavoir with my update and cancel buttons).

    Thanks
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    This works fine, first time the User needs to browse the default path is set to "My Computer".

    However, the User may need to browse to the same location a number of times and what I would like the dialog to do next time around therefore is to start at the folder previously browsed to. How can I "seed" the dialog to do this?

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  • What advantages (such as speed), if any, are there to using readonly on private fields that only get assigned in the constructor?
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