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Pinboard bookmarks for September 2007

Published: 2007-09-30
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Oliver Sturm’s weblog - WinForms controls and the red X
So where does the red X come from? Simple: The System.Windows.Forms.Control has an internal state flag for this that gets set when an exception is thrown in the control’s drawing code.
programming clr1.1 clr dotNet 
2007-09-20 / 16 years ago
Kathy Kam : .NET Format String 101
The best thing would be to try and get some improvement on MSDN. Every time I need to look up String.Format on MSDN, I waste about 15 minutes trying to find and figure out what I need.
programming reference dotNet 
2007-09-26 / 16 years ago