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New York City .NET

The author of the NYCdotNet blog is a VB.NET and SQL server developer living and working in New York City. The author seeks to promote clean, readable, efficient code in both VB and SQL from design to development, deployment, and application maintenance.

Archives: December 2010

Wiring up a common click event handler in an ASP.NET page

I was just refactoring a server-side control and ran into some horrible code.  Basicaly there was a big listbox that was supposed to hold people's names with letters A through Z to the left which were ASP.NET LinkButtons.  lnkBtnA, lnkBtnB, etc.  Each link button had its own click handler whose…

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Posted in New York City .NET on 30 December 2010

How to tell if a property exists by name

I recently was working on a library to manage reports in an application (probably a good candidate for an open source project) and needed to be able to grab the value of a property on an object by name without knowing if that property existed or not.  Of course .NET reflection comes…

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Posted in New York City .NET on 29 December 2010