Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005 : from novice to by Matthew MacDonald

By Matthew MacDonald

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Commenting Comments are descriptive text that is ignored by the compiler. C# provides two basic types of comments. The first type is the single-line comment. In this case, the comment starts with two slashes and continues for the entire current line. Optionally, C# programmers can also use multiple-line comments using the /* and */ comment brackets. This trick is often used to quickly comment out an entire block of code. This way the code won’t be executed, but it will still remain in your source code file if you need to refer to it or use it later: 24T`^^V_e 2^f]eZ]Z_V 4T`^^V_e C# also includes an XML-based commenting syntax that you can use to describe your code in a standardized way.

The reason is that the machine code depends on several factors, including the CPU. For example, if you create machine code for a computer with an Intel processor, the compiler may be able to use Hyper-Threading to produce enhanced code. This machine-specific version isn’t suitable for deployment to other computers, because no guarantee exists that they’re using the same processor. NET development. Developers can also use J# (a language with Java-like syntax). NET version of Eiffel or even COBOL.

Master pages: Need to implement a consistent look across multiple pages? With master pages, you can define a template and reuse it effortlessly. NET FRAMEWORK which you can apply across your website for a consistent look. Both features appear in Chapter 10. Data providers: Tired of managing the retrieval, format, and display of your data? With the new data provider model, you can extract information from a database and control how it’s displayed without writing a single line of code. 0 also adds new data controls that are designed to show information with much less hassle (either in a grid or in a browser view that shows a single record at a time).

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