14: Introducing LINQ in visual C#

Embed code-128b in visual C# 14: Introducing LINQ

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This program first displays a prompting message on the screen, and then waits for you to enter a whole number amount of gallons. (Remember, integer types cannot have fractional components.) The program then displays the approximate liter equivalent. There are actually 3.7854 liters in a gallon, but since integers are used in this example, the conversion is rounded to 4 liters per gallon. For example, if you enter 1 gallon, the program responds with the metric equivalent of 4 liters. The first new thing you see in this program is that two variables, gallons and liters, are declared following the int keyword, in the form of a comma-separated list. In general, you can declare any number of variables of the same type by separating them with commas. (As an alternative, the program could have used multiple int statements to accomplish the same thing.) The function uses this statement to actually input a value entered by the user:
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Somewhat counterintuitively, a cast to byte is needed when assigning b * b back to b! The reason is because in b * b, the value of b is promoted to int when the expression is evaluated. Thus, b * b results in an int value, which cannot be assigned to a byte variable without a cast. Keep this in mind if you get unexpected type-incompatibility error messages on expressions that would otherwise seem perfectly correct. This same sort of situation also occurs when performing operations on chars. For example, in the following fragment, the cast back to char is needed because of the promotion of ch1 and ch2 to int within the expression
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The task of developing a good spreadsheet model is a combination of many things, but, primarily, it is about good thinking and a sound knowledge of the tools at hand. These two attributes will put you on the right track for producing a model structure and layout that are robust, yet easy and, yes, delightful to use. Arthur C. Clarke, the renowned science writer, once said: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I hope that after using the approaches and techniques for building models in this book, you too can look at your work and feel the magic you have created. And I certainly hope that your colleagues, managers, and clients will have the same reaction.
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SpeedScreenBACompressionEnabled Usage SpeedScreenBACompressionEnabled=[ON|OFF] Description Setting SpeedScreenBACompressionEnabled=On enables SpeedScreen Browser Acceleration JPEG image compression for a connection. Note, the server settings may override this setting. If the server has disabled JPEG Image compression, then the server setting overrides the client setting. Setting SpeedScreenBACompressionEnabled=Off disables SpeedScreen Browser Acceleration JPEG compression for a connection. This is disabled even if the server setting specifies that JPEG compression is to be enabled.
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