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The point is that the framework will simplify object persistence so that all developers need to do is implement these four methods in order to retrieve or update data. This places no restrictions on the object s ability to work with data and provides a standardized persistence and mapping mechanism for all objects.
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The lower half of the user interface is similar but uses no data binding. An instance of WebDeveloper wd is created at the class level of this page and then connected when the page loads via the Loaded event handler. void TwoWayDataBindingDemo_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { wd.FirstName = "Ashish"; wd.LastName = "Ghoda"; wd.Email = ""; wd.Website = ""; LayoutRoot.DataContext = wd; //Binding in code-behind Binding dataBinding = new Binding("Website"); dataBinding.Source = wd; dataBinding.Mode = BindingMode.TwoWay; websiteTextBox.SetBinding(TextBox.TextProperty, dataBinding); //lower half controls dsFirstNameTextBox.Text = wd.FirstName; dsLastNameTextBox.Text = wd.LastName; dsEmailTextBox.Text = wd.Email; dsWebsiteTextBox.Text = wd.Website; } Note that here we demonstrated how to create the data binding completely code-behind. If you look at the XAML again, you ll notice that the websiteTextBox doesn t use the Binding markup extension. Instead, the property name is set in the Binding constructor, the data source is linked, and then the data is bound by setting the TextProperty dependency property to the Binding instance. This is almost everything we need to completely enable TwoWay data binding.
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The first task that must be completed when integrating a Web site and workflow is to add the necessary references. Open the previously created EPRWeb Web site. Right-click the project name within the Solution Explorer and choose Add Reference. When the Add Reference dialog box appears, find System.Workflow.Activities, System.Workflow.ComponentModel, and System.Workflow.Runtime under the .NET tab. Select each of these and click OK. This adds a reference to the necessary workflow base classes. Next, you need to add the EPRService and EPRWorkflow projects to the Web site. Choose File Add Existing Project. Navigate to the EPRService project file and choose it. Then repeat this process for the EPRWorkflow project. Now you need to reference these projects from the Web site project. Again, right-click the EPRWeb project within the Solution Explorer and choose Add Reference. Under the Projects tab, you should see EPRService and EPRWorkflow. Choose both of these as shown in Figure 10-15, then click OK.
Luckily, you know the end of the track should be connected to its beginning, so you know base point 8 is the same as base point 0. The same way, point 9 equals point 1, and point 10 equals point 2. The means you can solve the problem by adding base points 0, 1, and 2 to the end of your list. This should be done at the beginning of the GenerateTrackPoints method, which will create a list containing all the extra points of your whole track: private List<Vector3> GenerateTrackPoints(List<Vector3> basePoints) { basePoints.Add(basePoints[0]); basePoints.Add(basePoints[1]); basePoints.Add(basePoints[2]); List<Vector3> allPoints = new List<Vector3>(); for (int i = 1; i < basePoints.Count-2; i++) { List<Vector3> part = InterpolateCR(basePoints[i - 1], basePoints[i], basePoints[i + 1], basePoints[i + 2]); allPoints.AddRange(part); } allPoints.Add(allPoints[0]); return allPoints; } After you ve copied the first three base points to the end of the base point list, you create a new, empty list that will contain all the center points of your track, corresponding to b in Figure 5-36. The for loop will jump from section to section, create the extra points for such a section using the InterpolateCR method, and add all the points together in the allPoints list. For each section, the for loop calls the InterpolateCR method and passes basePoints i-1, i,i+1, and i+2, with i starting at 1. This means that the first section created will be section [1,2], as shown at the left of Figure 5-37. The InterpolateCR method will return basePoint 1, together with 19 extra points between basePoints 1 and 2. These 20 points are added to the allPoints list. The last section that will be added is section [8,9], which is the same as section [0,1].
Figure 6-9. The anatomy of a class derivation When you create a derived class, it inherits the features from the base class; this is often referred to as inheritance. Here is a demonstration: VolvoCar myVolvo = new VolvoCar("Adam Freeman", "Black", 30, "High Performance"); int fuelRequired = myVolvo.CalculateFuelForTrip(1000); Console.WriteLine("Fuel Required: {0} gallons", fuelRequired); The key part of these statements is marked in bold. I created a VolvoCar object and then called the CalculateFuelForTrip method, even though this method is defined in the base class, Car.
What remains is the technique definition: technique Mirror { pass Pass0 { VertexShader = compile vs_1_1 MirrorVS(); PixelShader = compile ps_2_0 MirrorPS(); } }
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