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Old August 8th, 2004, 12:10 PM
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Default Who can understand this book?

Hello :
 Who can understand the book ---<< Dissecting a C# Application Inside SharpDevelop>> ?
  Although it provides the source code for SharpDevelop,I still have many problems ,such as how to include ICSharpCode.SharpDevelop.Gui,
and ICSharpCode.Core.Properties;
  Can we meke the project only by writing codes without draging any controls from tool box to the form?
  So I am confused.
  Who can help me ?
  Thank you very much!!

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I am sorry about I have another question .
It seems that wrox dosen't provide the code for
ASP.NET Components Toolkit VB.NET Solutions for the Web, whose
ISBN is 7-302-06571-3
Would you send the code to me ? My email is foxzz@163.com
Thank you for help.
With kindest regards.

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Old October 20th, 2004, 04:12 PM
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Hi there,

Instead of just sending messages to people on the Member list of this site, and instead of replying on a message that is not relevant for your own topic, I suggest you do this:

1. RTF: Read the FAQs. When you came through the front door for this forum, you must have seen the large sign that read: "Read first!!!: Where is the code for a Wrox book" Somehow, I think that applies to you as well. You can find that page here: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=11150

2. If you do post a question, because you cannot find the answer, please start a new thread for a new topic. I tried hard, but I can't see the connection between ASP.NET Components Toolkit VB.NET Solutions for the Web and Dissecting a C# Application Inside SharpDevelop. I think the rule is simple: new topic - new thread.

I am not really trying to sound rude (then again, maybe I do), but I am just pretty irritated by your "Hey, I saw your Web site, which has absolutely no connection with the ASP.NET Components Toolkit VB.NET Solutions for the Web book, but I'll send you an e-mail and ask for the code anyway because you never know what you get" type of message.

What exactly were you thinking? That because I have a Web site I collected every downloadable source file for each computer book that ever came out?

Anyway, the answer, as usual, is probably: http://support.apress.com.


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