Looks like Bungie has a better script for fixed stuff:
Sampy wrote:I'd use a description object:
Public Class Employee
Public ReadOnly Property Description() As Description
Where Description would look something like:
Public Class Description
Inherits DictionaryBase(Of String, Object)
' Add some events in here to detect state change
That brings me to the next question: What's that dictionary thing? Why do you use it? When do you use it?
Sampy wrote:Private m_someString as String
Public Property SomeString() As String
Set(ByVal value As String)
m_someString = value
I got a question about that code: If you need to change the value of that variable in the same class (so you can choose between both), which one should you change? The private variable or the public property?
W3bbo wrote:Speaking of which, can you buy "updates" for the MSDN Library on DVD? I'm still using the Feb 2003 library.
Sure, you can buy the cheapest MSDN subscription: MSDN Library. Price: 200$ for the first year, 100$ for the years after.
that article wrote:
The point remains, though, that the Solitaire deal itself is royalty-free.
I think Microsoft should make some kind of contest (hint, hint Channel 9), where the winner will see his application/game included with Windows and maybe a one time compensation (let's say 100$).