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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB BOOK ISBN: 978-0-470-18759-3
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Default Use constants in ASP.NET 3.5

I am regular programmer in traditional ASP, but now turning to program in ASP.NET 3.5. My requirement is defining few constants about 20 of them of different types:
Strings, integers, datetime etc. In traditional ASP, I used to define them in a single file
Example abc.asp
In each application file, I used to include the abc.asp file as
<!--#include file="nsns5DBCONN.asp"-->
and use the constants.

Dim dtdldate,inthseries, strvenue
dtdldate= #6-5-2010 4:00:00 PM#
inthseries=8000
strvenue=”zzzzzzzzz”

I want to do the same in ASP.NET 3.5. I created a file myconstants.cs
In App_code folder.

public class myconstants
{
public myconstants()
{

}
}

Please let me know how proceed from now.
I want to know how to define the above 3 different types of constants
And how to use them in individual application aspx files. I want the code in both C# and VB.
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Hi there,

Since this is not directly related to my book, please post questions like these in a more general ASP.NET category from this list: http://p2p.wrox.com/asp-net-asp-12/ This way, you'll attract more viewers.

That said, your code is almost done; just define the constants in your class:

Code:
using System;
public class MyConstants
{
  public const int    inthseries=8000;
  public const string strvenue = "zzzzzzzzz";
}
You then use them in your code as follows:

string whatever = MyConstants.strvenue;

You can't declare DateTime as a constant so, depending on how you need it, you need to look at alternatives.

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I want the code in both C# and VB.
Yes sir. Right away sir. Anything else sir? Can I get you some coffee?

In other words, this is not how it works. We're here to help you but we're not your servants. This is basic code so you should be able to convert from C# to VB yourself. If not, helpful converters are available: http://converter.telerik.com

Imar
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