.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Register
 
Win Surprise Gifts!!!
Congratulations!!!


Top 5 Contributors of the Month
Easy Web
Imran Ghani
Post New Web Links

Basic Instincts: Objects and Values, Part 2: Memory Management

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

In the June 2002 installment of Basic Instincts I began a discus-sion of objects and values. This month I'll build on that column, so I will assume you've read the June installment and that you know the fundamental differences between value types and reference types.

Ted Pattison

MSDN Magazine October 2002




View Complete Post


More Related Resource Links

Basic Instincts: Inspecting COM Objects With Reflection

  

Reflection is useful for debugging and logging and otherwise providing the type information you need. Here you'll see how to use reflection on COM types.

Lucian Wischik

MSDN Magazine January 2009


Basic Instincts: Introducing ASP.NET Web Part Connections

  

When you begin to work with the Microsoft® . NET Framework 2. 0 and ASP. NET, you discover that the new Web Parts infrastructure adds some very powerful functionality to the underlying platform. In the September 2005 issue of MSDN®Magazine, Fritz Onion and I have an article on programming Web Parts titled "ASP.

Ted Pattison

MSDN Magazine February 2006


Garbage Collection-Part 2: Automatic Memory Management in the Microsoft .NET Framework

  

The first part of this two-part article explained how the garbage collection algorithm works, how resources can clean up properly when the garbage collector decides to free a resource's memory, and how to force an object to clean up when it is freed. The conclusion of this series explains strong and weak object references that help to manage memory for large objects, as well as object generations and how they improve performance. In addition, the use of methods and properties for controlling garbage collection, resources for monitoring collection performance, and garbage collection for multithreaded applications are covered.

Jeffrey Richter

MSDN Magazine December 2000


Creating a Basic SharePoint Web Part

  
This programming task includes the steps for creating a basic custom Windows SharePoint Services Web Part. It is a simple Web Part that allows you to change the Web Part's Title property, which is a Windows SharePoint Services WebPart base class property that sets the text in the title bar of the Web Part.

Basic Instincts: Multi-Targeting Visual Basic Applications in Visual Studio 2010

  

Visual Studio 2010 lets you create applications that target versions of the Microsoft .NET Framework from 2.0 to 4, and each step in between. We take a look at how multi-targeting works in Visual Studio today, and explain how you should approach multi-targeting in your projects.

Spotty Bowles

MSDN Magazine June 2010


Basic Instincts: Generic Co- and Contravariance in Visual Basic 2010

  

Dig into the new co- and contravariance features coming in Visual Studio 2010. Binyam Kelile provides hands-on Visual Basic examples to explain how they provide more flexibility when working with generic interfaces and delegates.

Binyam Kelile

MSDN Magazine March 2010


Basic Instincts: Collection and Array Initializers In Visual Basic 2010

  

Collection Initializers are a great addition to the language and allows concise syntax in order to initialize both framework and user defined collection types.

Spotty Bowles

MSDN Magazine October 2009


Basic Instincts: Stay Error Free With Error Corrections

  

Error corrections are an essential part of the Visual Basic coding experience. This article explores the many error correction features offered by Visual Basic and provides a glimpse at the future release of Visual Studio 2010.

Dustin Campbell

MSDN Magazine July 2009


Basic Instincts: Documenting Your Code With XML Comments

  

XML comments provide an easy and effective way to document your code. We'll show you how to use and customize XML comments in your Visual Basic projects.

Lisa Feigenbaum

MSDN Magazine May 2009


Basic Instincts: Dynamic Data Entry With XML Literals

  

Learn how to use Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), XAML, and the deep XML support in Visual Basic to generate user interfaces dynamically.

Beth Massi

MSDN Magazine October 2008


Basic Instincts: Increase LINQ Query Performance

  

Jared Parsons demonstrates a technique to achieve maximum performance from LINQ queries on large sets of data in order to create a responsive user interface.

Jared Parsons

MSDN Magazine August 2008


Basic Instincts: My Namespace Extensions with My Extensibility

  

In this month's column, learn how to integrate your own My Namespace extension into the Visual Basic development environment using the My Extensibility feature.

Matthew DeVore

MSDN Magazine April 2008


Basic Instincts: XML Programming in Visual Basic 9.0

  

With Visual Basic 9.0, working with XML gets much easier for developers. Here's a look at some of the new features, including LINQ support, XML literals, embedded expressions, XML properties, and XML Schema IntelliSense.

Jonathan Aneja

MSDN Magazine February 2008


Basic Instincts: Extension Methods

  

This column discusses one of the new features of Visual Basic 2008-Extension Methods. This powerful new feature was introduced to support LINQ. See what extension methods are, how to apply them yourself, and get some great usage tips.

Adrian Spotty Bowles

MSDN Magazine November 2007


Categories: 
ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend