As Sijin said there isn't any difference in the language.
C# is the language, Visual C# is a product produced by Microsoft which includes an IDE to help make the writing of C# programs faster. VC# includes a forms designer, as well as some wizards that will generate code.
You need to provide an System.Text.Encoder to StreamReader and StreamWriter to handle the conversion from bytes to chars (it's not the same thing in .NET).
Which one will be some guesswork, but they are only 4 or 5.
lazy isn't my middle name.. its my first.. people just keep calling me Mel cause that's what they put on my drivers license. - Mel Feik
When I compile the .cs file, I found following mistake: The type or namespace name 'DocumentNavigator' could not be found (are you missing a using
directive or an assembly reference?)
Is there anyone know how to solve this problem??
Actually, the answer to your question is right in the error message. The compiler doesn't know where to find "DocumentNavigator". In C++ you would tell it how by using a #include. In C# you do this by typing in the full namespace for DocumentNavigator, or by a "using" statement that references the namespace where you find DocumentNavigator. (Check MSDN help to find out where it is if you don't already know.)
James i think i am getting it a bit now, after two continous days of R&D, the problem is that even i didn't know enough about COM+ and so was asking the wrong questions?. But i found a great article on www.dotnetnut.com which discusses COM+ and .Net.
You see the thing is that if i mark an object as being managed by COM+ then when it is instaniated them the CLR automatically registers it in the COM+ catalog and then provides COM+ services like pooling and JIT and transaction support etc. for the object, which is great for apps which have to be scalable.
Btw, what took you so long to reply, busy with another great article i hope, looking forward to it.
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