More samples coming soon (I hope)…

Just a FYI, I’ve changed the title of the “VBParser” category to “Samples,” in preparation for what I hope are several new samples in the coming months. The main thing I’ve been working on so far is an update of the VBParser sample that I wrote for VB 7.1. Besides updating the parser to parse VB 8.0 language features, I’ve also changed it to use nifty CLR 2.0 features like generics. My hope is to have it out in the next few weeks. Unlike last time, I don’t think I’m going to use GotDotNet as a distribution medium — since no one added anything to the project, I’m just going to distribute it directly and let people mail me bugs and such if they wish. Beyond the parser, I’m thinking about some samples that might fit in with LINQ, but we’ll just have to see…

2 thoughts on “More samples coming soon (I hope)…

  1. Bijan from Iran

    Could you please come with one example(sample) in Localization, that shows how you can make a web textbox in C#) that can take another kind of

    input text than "Latins", like Bidirectional text?

    I know that there are many people who would love to

    see an example about that.

    (a web textbox which can take other input than latin).

    Thank you very much.

  2. Dafy

    I have been waiting and waiting for an answer to this question. Could you please come with one.

    Can you do this, or is it impossible.

    Or is it the Emerican ego which prevent such a textbox to be easily be programmed.

    If it is, i am very sorry,and i really can understand now why people were so affraid of Microsoft to be the only Com. Power.

    I mean for 1000’s and 1000’s of years, you in west have Copied from us!!, and when in east we take different close on, you say they have "Westly Close on".

    Have you ever noticed that its just white european who think like this.

    And you want to export your thinking to us.

    To us who are richer in Tradition, Hunesty, and a miljon things more.

    The world is getting Creazy……


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