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Advanced Basics: Remembering User Information in Visual Basic .NET

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Many applications need to store user-specific settings to be persisted between sessions. But how do you go about saving and restoring these settings in your Microsoft® . NET Framework-based application? It's not all that easy to find the correct answer.

Duncan Mackenzie

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