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Returns the name of the type Returns the namespace containing the type declaration Returns a list of the type s fields Returns a list of the type s properties Returns a list of the type s methods
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We ve covered lots of ground in this chapter too much to try to recap here at the end. If you ve read this chapter you likely hit upon one or two things that were of value. I hope the rest at least made you think about your workflows differently. The only thing left at this point is to point you at the object model for Workflow. Looking at that should round out the picture of what is possible. We re going to take a look at the object model in the next chapter.
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Figure 4-8. Exporting Deep Zoom project (images) as Silverlight Deep Zoom Classic project with source Upon clicking on the Export button, you will create a traditional Silverlight project with Deep Zoom capabilities. The Deep Zoom Composer also includes, as part of the generation, all the code necessary to hook the MultiScaleImage control up to user input. Between the MouseWheelHelper.cs class and the event handlers in Page.xaml.cs (in the exported Silverlight application as the output), users can click to zoom, use the mouse wheel to zoom, and also click and drag to pan around the scene. Key items of the generated project are GeneratedImages folder under the ClientBin folder. This folder contains the dzc_output.xml file and required output images (breakout images image parts) and output files MouseWheelHelper.cs helper class to support the mouse wheel operations for zoom-in and zoom-out functionality Page.xaml and Page.xaml.cs file representing the main user interface of the Deep Zoom application and key Deep Zoom code-based features implementation Images folder containing different icons to control Deep Zoom application features
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CHAPTER 8 PROPERTIES, INDEXERS, AND OPERATORS
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As we have discussed, a class is the blueprint for a type, and an object represents an instance of that type. We use the properties and fields defined in a class to differentiate the different instances. For example, if our class described people, we might have properties representing a person s name, age, and city of residence. A constructor is a special method that lets you prepare an object before it is used, providing initial values for properties and fields. Listing 9-41 contains an example. Listing 9-41. Using a Constructor using System; class Person { public string Name { get; set; } public int Age { get; set; } public string City { get; set; } public Person(string name, int age, string city) { Name = name; Age = age; City = city; } } The constructor in Listing 9-41 is shown in bold. There are four parts to a basic constructor like the one in the listing, and they are described in Figure 9-2.
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