October 2004 - Posts

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x86 Assembler in .NET? by dwahlin

It’s pretty amazing what you can find while searching Google. I recently came across the following while doing a little IL research: http://www.viksoe.dk/code/asmil.htm . Someone took the time to write a compiler that takes 80386 assembler code and generates...
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System.Xml Online Reference by dwahlin

Looks like TopXml.com has put up a nice System.Xml reference that shows the different XML classes in the System.Xml namespace along with their properties, methods, and some VB.NET sample code. If you’re new to working with XML this should serve...
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XML Changes from Beta 1 to Beta 2 by dwahlin

Microsoft’s Dare Obasanjo has put together a great list of XML related changes between .NET V2 Beta 1 and Beta 2 at http://www.25hoursaday.com/weblog/PermaLink.aspx?guid=f2d229e4-a0f3-4660-aeda-0806c4ace79d . Some of the highlights include the merging...
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The "Enterprise" View and Web Services by dwahlin

I’m always amazed how inflexible some people are when it comes to taking an “Enterprise” view of a company’s architecture. People seem to get fixated on 1 tree in a forest and don’t realize there are a lot of other trees...
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The Power of InfoPath by dwahlin

I’ve read a lot of articles about InfoPath over the past few months and took a few minutes to play around with it myself, but to be honest it never clicked as to why it was truly needed given that we had ASP.NET Web Forms and .NET WinForms. I even created...
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Combining the XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter Classes by dwahlin

Awhile back I put out a new sample at http://www.xmlforasp.net that demonstrates how to combine the XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter classes when custom XML needs to be output. The example shows how to create SVG maps containing flight information. Here’s...
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Better Late Than Never..... by dwahlin

I’ve had several people ask why I don’t have a blog out there yet. My standard response has always been that I just don’t have enough time (which is true most days) between running my consulting business, training, spending time with my wife and kids...
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