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Drewby Made from 60% post-consumer recycled fiber. March 2004 Entries
Using Regions in VS.NET
If you've spent much time in Visual Studio .NET, you've probably discovered the ability to create regions in your code that can be collapsed using the outlining features in Visual Studio. It lets you hide some of the clutter in a class file. VS.NET puts most generated code in a region to hide it away from developers. Over the past couple years using VS.NET, I've struggled with how to best use this feature. It seems that there are couple ways to approach regions: Public/Private/Protected - One region ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 24, 2004 11:14 AM

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