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Old October 3rd, 2010, 07:58 PM
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Hello people..
I have small question about namespaces.
In chapter 5(the chapter that focuses on c# coding basics) we created class calculator, which exposes 4 simple methods.
This class was created inside the Calculator.cs file, which in turn was stored in the App_Code folder.
Then in the CalculatorDemo.aspx page, we created an instance of the above class, and called it's methods.
My question is that: We could create an instance of the Calculator class, just with the name of the class-that is Calculator, without having to prefix it with the fully qualified name of the namespace that includes the Calculator class.
Inside CalculatorDemo.aspx, I have commented out all of the using statements in the page, and I could still create an instance of Calculator, with no errors, including full support of the VS2010's intellisense.
I kept on reading the namespace section of chapter 5, and after reading it, i dont get it, how can I use the Calculator class only by it's name, when all of the using statements are commented out.
I guess that CalculatorDemo.aspx and Calculator.cs are both under the same namespace, is that right? and what namespcae is it? I've tried ctrl+dot and got nothing?

10x for any reply...
 
Old October 4th, 2010, 02:40 AM
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I guess that CalculatorDemo.aspx and Calculator.cs are both under the same namespace, is that right? and what namespcae is it?
Yes, that's correct. They aren't in an addressable namepsace, but in a global, unnamed namespace. Since both the Web Form and the Calculator are in this same global namespace, they can see each other. Things will break as you'd expect if you move the calculator to its own namespace and don't add a using statement to the code behind of the web form.

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