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BOOK: MCSD Certification Toolkit (Exam 70-483): Programming in C#
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The downloadable code files for Chapter 4 Real-World Case Scenario 2, (which is supposed to UsingStringBuilder) is a duplicate of Real-World Case Scenario 1 which is Handling Percentage Values.

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Real World Case Scenario 2 on page 144 is a continuation of Real World Case Scenario 1 so they look a lot alike.

Real World Case Scenario 3 on page 148 is the one that demonstrates StringBuilder.

I think the solutions were included correctly in the download but if they weren't, please let me know and I'll fix them.
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Oops! Thanks for the correction. I did compare the 2 and the code was different. It may be helpful though to change the namespace. Even though it is a continuation of Real World Scenario 1, it is supposed to be Real World Scenario 2.
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Yea, it might have been better to change the namespace. There are several programs such as this one that are continuations of previous programs (I think Real World Case Scenario 4 in this chapter is another one.)

I didn't change them mostly for convenience and partly because I didn't want to have to explain how to do it. ;-)
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I just created a new project with the new Real World Case Scenario name then copied the contents of the previous Real World Case Scenario into it. :)
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That works. Here it's fairly easy. In some projects it can be more work.
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