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CHAPTER 26 OTHER USEFUL FEATURES AND CLASSES
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Calculator calc = new Calculator(); // create a delegate with an anonymous method calc.CalculationPerformedEvent += delegate(object sender, CalculationEventArgs e) { Console.WriteLine("Anonymous Calc: {0} x {1} = {2}", e.X, e.Y, e.Result); }; // perform a calculation calc.CalculateProduct(20, 40); // wait for input before exiting Console.WriteLine("Press enter to finish"); Console.ReadLine(); } } The class in Listing 10-21 works with the Calculator and CalculationEventArgs classes defining in Listing 10-9. I have omitted them from this listing for brevity. You can see the anonymous method in bold; it is also illustrated in Figure 10-2.
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At the bottom of the Fetch New Data screen, below the Hourly and Manually settings, you can touch the Advanced button to see a new screen with all your email accounts listed. Tap any email account to adjust its settings.
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CHAPTER 4 MEDIA INTEGRATION
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CHAPTER 5 NETWORK COMMUNICATION
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Explicit reference conversions are reference conversions from a general type to a more specialized type. Explicit conversions include Conversions from an object to any reference type Conversions from a base class to a class derived from it The explicit reference conversions are illustrated by reversing each of the arrows in Figures 18-18 and 18-19. If this type of conversion were allowed without restriction, you could easily attempt to reference members of a class that are not actually in memory. The compiler, though, does allow these types of conversions. When encountered at run time, however, the system raises an exception. For example, the code in Figure 18-20 converts the reference of base class A to its derived class B, and assigns it to variable MyVar2. If MyVar2 were to attempt to access Field2, it would be attempting to access a field in the B part of the object, which is not in memory causing a memory fault. The runtime will catch this inappropriate cast and raise an InvalidCastException exception. Notice, however, that it does not cause a compile error.
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CHAPTER 23 OTHER TOPICS
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One significant subset of managed data types directly corresponds to unmanaged types, requiring no data conversion across managed and unmanaged code boundaries. These types, which are referred to as blittable, include pointers (not references), function pointers, signed and unsigned integer types, and floating-point types. Formatted value types (the value types having sequential or explicit class layout) that contain only blittable elements are also blittable. The nonblittable managed data types that might require conversion during marshaling because of different or ambiguous unmanaged representation are as follows: bool (1-byte, true = 1, false = 0) can be converted either to native type bool (4-byte, true = 1, false = 0) or to variant bool (2-byte, true = 0xFFFF, false = 0). char (Unicode character, unsigned 2-byte integer) can be converted either to int8 (an ANSI character) or to unsigned int16 (a Unicode character). string (class System.String) can be converted either to an ANSI or a Unicode zeroterminated string (an array of characters) or to bstr (a Unicode Visual Basic style string). object (class System.Object) can be converted either to a structure or to a COM interface (CCW/RCW) pointer. class can be converted either to a COM interface pointer or, if the class is a delegate, to a function pointer. valuetype (nonblittable) is converted to a structure with a fixed layout. An array and a vector can be converted to a safe array or a C-style array. The references (managed pointers) are marshaled as unmanaged pointers. The managed objects and interfaces are references in principle, so they are marshaled as unmanaged pointers as well. Consequently, references to the objects and interfaces (class IFoo&) are marshaled as double pointers (IFoo**). All object references passed to the unmanaged code must be pinned; otherwise, the GC subsystem might move them during the call to an unmanaged method.
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Note For those who are unfamiliar with the term SID or ORACLE_SID, a full definition is called for. The SID is a
workflowRuntime.WorkflowCompleted += OnWorkflowCompleted; workflowRuntime.WorkflowTerminated += OnWorkflowTerminated; The next line writes out any exceptions that have occurred. The following line (waitHandle.Set();) doesn t have an equivalent in VB .NET. This line releases any threads that need to process: { Console.WriteLine(e.Exception.Message); waitHandle.Set(); }; The final three lines are the same as the final three lines in VB .NET. An instance of the WorkflowInstance class is created and assigned to a variable, then the current workflow waits until all activities have completed: WorkflowInstance instance = workflowRuntime.CreateWorkflow(typeof(CFirstSequentialWFConsoleApplication. Workflow1)); instance.Start(); waitHandle.WaitOne();
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The BusinessListBase<T, C> class provides the functionality to support editable root and child collections. It works closely with BusinessBase<T> to support data binding, parent-child relationships, n-level undo, and object persistence. The class is Serializable and abstract:
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Besides calling other methods, a method can also call itself. This is called recursion. Recursion can produce some very elegant code, such as the following method for computing the factorial of a number. Notice that inside the method, the method calls itself, with an actual parameter of 1 less than its input parameter. int Factorial(int InValue) { if (InValue <= 1) return InValue; else return InValue * Factorial(InValue - 1); } Calls itself
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