Heath Stewart wrote: "Most controls in Windows Forms encapsulate Windows common controls; you can use messages to do what you want. It's already a reference type - don't use ref. Everything you need to know is in the .NET Framework SDK - just read it. Instantiating and array does not instantiate reference type elements."
Perfect, then you could add this to your signature with the following disclaimer:
"If you did not get the answer you were looking please read my signature below for the answer to your question."
470 as of this post till I squash you (assuming you never post again, of course)! I see I'm currently #37 in the message post rankings. You're #26. Not too bad for either of us, eh? Of course, I don't think we'll ever beat Nish!
A couple weeks ago I was awarded with the Microsoft MVP award for the Visual Development, C# catagory! This is truly and honor and a testament of helping out the community (mostly the C# forum[^]). I just didn't want to say anything until the papers were signed.
Thanks to everyone, though, who help support the communities both here on CodeProject and elsewhere.
I had a friend at Microsoft who I've known for years recommend me, both for my contributions to a site where we met (DevHood - no longer up) and here, not to mention some help I gave him regarding CCWs for an InfoPath project he was working on at Microsoft.
Several other CP'ers are MVPs as well, including Marc Clifton who sometimes graces the C# forum, Chris Maunder (the site adminisrator and founder of CP), and Nishant.
Nice article Heath, it would be interesting to see how many companies will pursue such integrations. I think we would find it more common than not; obviously depending on the abilities of their development staff or the size of their pocketbook to pay for consultants. Good job, another great one!