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A06T622779 fm Page ix Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM,Table of Contents. Introduction xxxi,Hardware Requirements xxxi,Software Requirements xxxii. Using the CD and DVD xxxii,How to Install the Practice Tests xxxiii. How to Use the Practice Tests xxxiii,How to Uninstall the Practice Tests xxxiv. Microsoft Certified Professional Program xxxv,Technical Support xxxv.
Evaluation Edition Software Support xxxvi,1 Framework Fundamentals 1. Before You Begin 2,Lesson 1 Using Value Types 3,Built in Value Types 3. How to Declare Value Types 6,How to Create User Defined Types 7. How to Create Enumerations 10,Lab Declaring and Using Value Types 11. Lesson Summary 14,Lesson Review 15,Lesson 2 Using Common Reference Types 17.
What Is a Reference Type 17, Comparing the Behavior of Reference and Value Types 17. Built in Reference Types 19,Strings and String Builders 19. How to Create and Sort Arrays 21,How to Use Streams 22. How to Throw and Catch Exceptions 23,Lab Working with Reference Types 25. Lesson Summary 30,Lesson Review 30, Microsoft is interested in hearing your feedback about this publication so we can.
What do you think of this book continually improve our books and learning resources for you To participate in a brief. We want to hear from you online survey please visit www microsoft com learning booksurvey. A06T622779 fm Page x Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM,x Contents. Lesson 3 Constructing Classes 32,What Is Inheritance 32. What Is an Interface 34,What Are Partial Classes 38. What Are Generics 38,What Are Attributes 47,What Is Type Forwarding 48. Lab Create a Derived Class with Delegates 49,Lesson Summary 52.
Lesson Review 52,Lesson 4 Converting Between Types 54. Conversion in Visual Basic and C 54,What Is Boxing and Unboxing 56. How to Implement Conversion in Custom Types 56,Lab Safely Performing Conversions 59. Lesson Summary 60,Lesson Review 61,Chapter Review 62. Chapter Summary 62,Key Terms 63,Case Scenario 63,Case Scenario Designing an Application 64.
Suggested Practices 64,Manage Data in a NET Framework Application. by Using NET Framework 2 0 System Types 64, Implement NET Framework Interfaces to Cause Components. to Comply with Standard Contracts 65, Control Interactions Between NET Framework Application. Components by Using Events and Delegates 65,Take a Practice Test 65. 2 Input Output I O 67,Before You Begin 68,Lesson 1 Navigating the File System 69.
What Are the File System Classes 69,The FileSystemInfo Class 69. The FileInfo Class 70,How to Get Information about a File 72. How to Copy a File 72,A06T622779 fm Page xi Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. Contents xi,The DirectoryInfo Class 73,How to Enumerate Files in a Directory 74. The DriveInfo Class 74,The DriveType Enumeration 75.
How to Enumerate Drives 76,The Path Class 77,How to Change a File Extension 78. The FileSystemWatcher Class 78,How to Monitor a Directory for Changes 80. Lab Enumerate Files and Watch for Changes 83,Lesson Summary 86. Lesson Review 86,Lesson 2 Reading and Writing Files 88. Understanding Streams 88, What Classes Facilitate Reading and Writing Data 90.
The File Class 91,The Directory Class 92,The FileAccess Enumeration 94. The FileMode Enumeration 94,The FileStream Class 95. The StreamReader Class 97,How to Read from a File 97. The StreamWriter Class 100,How to Write to a File 100. Understanding Readers and Writers 102,The MemoryStream Class 105.
How to Use a MemoryStream 107,The BufferedStream Class 108. How to Use a BufferedStream 110,Lab Reading and Writing Files 111. Lesson Summary 112,Lesson Review 113,Lesson 3 Compressing Streams 114. Introducing the Compression Streams 114,The GZipStream Class 115. A06T622779 fm Page xii Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM,xii Contents.
The DeflateStream Class 116, How to Compress Data with a Compression Stream 118. How to Decompress Data with a Compression Stream 119. Lab Compress and Decompress an Existing File 120,Lesson Summary 124. Lesson Review 124,Lesson 4 Working with Isolated Storage 125. What Is Isolated Storage 125,The IsolatedStorageFile Class 126. How to Create a Store 127,The IsolatedStorageFileStream Class 129.
Reading and Writing Data to Isolated Storage 131,How to Use Directories in Isolated Storage 133. The IsolatedStorageFilePermission Class 134,Permitting Isolated Storage 134. Lab Store and Retrieve Data from Isolated Storage 135. Lesson Summary 137,Lesson Review 137,Chapter Review 139. Chapter Summary 139,Key Terms 139,Case Scenarios 140. Case Scenario 1 Saving User Settings 140,Case Scenario 2 Monitoring Old Servers 140.
Suggested Practices 141,Create a File Searcher Application 141. Create a Simple Configuration Storage 141,Take a Practice Test 142. 3 Searching Modifying and Encoding Text 143,Before You Begin 144. Lesson 1 Forming Regular Expressions 145, How to Use Regular Expressions for Pattern Matching 145. How to Extract Matched Data 158, How to Replace Substrings Using Regular Expressions 160.
How to Use Regular Expressions to Constrain String Input 161. Lab Create a Regex Expression Evaluator 163,Lesson Summary 166. Lesson Review 167, A06T622779 fm Page xiii Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. Contents xiii,Lesson 2 Encoding and Decoding 171,Understanding Encoding 171. Using the Encoding Class 173,How to Examine Supported Code Pages 174. How to Specify the Encoding Type when Writing a File 175. How to Specify the Encoding Type when Reading a File 176. Lab Read and Write an Encoded File 177,Lesson Summary 177.
Lesson Review 178,Chapter Review 180,Chapter Summary 180. Key Terms 180,Case Scenarios 180,Case Scenario 1 Validating Input 181. Case Scenario 2 Processing Data from a Legacy Computer 182. Suggested Practices 182, Enhance the Text Handling Capabilities of a NET Framework. Application and Search Modify and Control Text Within a. NET Framework Application by Using Regular Expressions 182. Take a Practice Test 183,4 Collections and Generics 185. Before You Begin 186,Lesson 1 Collecting Data Items 187.
Types of Collections 187,Adding and Removing Items 188. Iterating Over Items 191,Consistent Interfaces in Collections 194. Sorting Items 195,Lab Sort a Table of Strings 197,Lesson Summary 199. Lesson Review 199,Lesson 2 Working with Sequential Lists 201. What Are Sequential Lists 201,The Queue Class 201,The Stack Class 203.
Lab Building FIFO and LIFO Lists 205,Lesson Summary 207. Lesson Review 208,A06T622779 fm Page xiv Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. xiv Contents,Lesson 3 Working with Dictionaries 209. Using a Dictionary 209,Understanding Equality 213,Using the IEqualityComparer Interface 215. Using the SortedList Class 218,Specialized Dictionaries 220.
Lab Create a Lookup Table 223,Lesson Summary 225,Lesson Review 225. Lesson 4 Using Specialized Collections 226,Working with Bits 226. Collecting Strings 232,The NameValueCollection Class 235. Lab A Case Insensitive Localizable Lookup Table 238. Lesson Summary 239,Lesson Review 239,Lesson 5 Generic Collections 241. How Generics Work 241,Improving Safety and Performance 246.
Generic Collection Class Structure 255,Lab Create and Use a Generic Collection 259. Lesson Summary 260,Lesson Review 260,Chapter Review 262. Chapter Summary 262,Key Terms 262,Case Scenarios 262. Case Scenario 1 Use an ArrayList to Store Status Codes 263. Case Scenario 2 Select the Correct Collection 263, Case Scenario 3 Rewrite to Use a Type Safe Collection 264. Suggested Practices 264,Use the Generic Collections 264.
Compare Dictionary Classes 265,Take a Practice Test 265. 5 Serialization 267,Before You Begin 268,Lesson 1 Serializing Objects 269. What Is Serialization 269,A06T622779 fm Page xv Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. Contents xv,How to Serialize an Object 270,How to Deserialize an Object 272. How to Create Classes That Can Be Serialized 274,Choosing a Serialization Format 279.
How to Use SoapFormatter 279,How to Control SOAP Serialization 280. Guidelines for Serialization 281,Lab Serialize and Deserialize Objects 281. Lesson Summary 285,Lesson Review 286,Lesson 2 XML Serialization 288. Why Use XML Serialization 288,How to Use XML to Serialize an Object 289. How to Use XML to Deserialize an Object 290,How to Create Classes that Can Be Serialized.
by Using XML Serialization 291,How to Control XML Serialization 291. How to Conform to an XML Schema 295,How to Serialize a DataSet 296. Lab Using XML Serialization 297,Lesson Summary 300. Lesson Review 300,Lesson 3 Custom Serialization 302. How to Implement Custom Serialization 302,Responding to Serialization Events 305.
How to Change Serialization Based on Context 308,How to Create a Custom Formatter 309. Lab Implement Custom Serialization 309,Lesson Summary 311. Lesson Review 311,Chapter Review 313,Chapter Summary 313. Key Terms 313,Case Scenarios 314, Case Scenario 1 Choosing a Serialization Technique 314. Questions 314,Case Scenario 2 Serializing Between Versions 315.
Questions 315,A06T622779 fm Page xvi Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. xvi Contents,Suggested Practices 315, Serialize or Deserialize an Object or an Object Graph by Using. Runtime Serialization Techniques 315, Control the Serialization of an Object into XML Format by Using. the System Xml Serialization Namespace 316, Implement Custom Serialization Formatting by Using. the Serialization Formatter Classes 316,Take a Practice Test 317.
6 Graphics 319,Before You Begin 319,Lesson 1 Drawing Graphics 320. The System Drawing Namespace 320, How to Specify the Location and Size of Controls 324. How to Specify the Color of Controls 325,How to Draw Lines and Shapes 326. How to Customize Pens 330,How to Fill Shapes 332,Lab Create a Method to Draw a Pie Chart 334. Lesson Summary 339,Lesson Review 340,Lesson 2 Working with Images 342.
The Image and Bitmap Classes 342,How to Display Pictures 343. How to Create and Save Pictures 343,How to Use Icons 345. Lab Save a Pie Chart as a Picture 345,Lesson Summary 346. Lesson Review 347,Lesson 3 Formatting Text 349,How to Add Text to Graphics 349. How to Create a Font Object 350,How to Write Text 350.
How to Control the Formatting of Text 351,Lab Add Text to an Image 354. Lesson Summary 360,Lesson Review 360,Chapter Review 362. Chapter Summary 362, A06T622779 fm Page xvii Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. Contents xvii,Key Terms 362,Case Scenarios 362,Case Scenario 1 Choosing Graphics Techniques 363. Questions 363,Case Scenario 2 Creating Simple Charts 364.
Questions 364,Suggested Practices 364,Enhance the User Interface of a NET Framework. Application by Using Brushes Pens Colors and Fonts 365. Enhance the User Interface of a NET Framework Application. by Using Graphics Images Bitmaps and Icons 365, Enhance the User Interface of a NET Framework Application. by Using Shapes and Sizes 365,Take a Practice Test 366. 7 Threading 367,Before You Begin 368,Lesson 1 Creating Threads 369. Simple Threads 369,Passing Data to Threads 377,Stopping Threads 379.
Execution Context 381, Lab Use the Thread Class to Demonstrate Multithreading 383. Lesson Summary 385,Lesson Review 385,Lesson 2 Sharing Data 387. Avoiding Collisions 387,Synchronization Locks 391, Lab Use a Mutex to Create a Single Instance Application 408. Lesson Summary 410,Lesson Review 410,Lesson 3 The Asynchronous Programming Model 412. Understanding Asynchronous Programming 412,Using the ThreadPool 420.
Using Timer Objects 426,Lab Use the ThreadPool to Queue Work Items 428. Lesson Summary 429,Lesson Review 429,Chapter Review 431. Chapter Summary 431, A06T622779 fm Page xviii Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. xviii Contents,Key Terms 431,Case Scenarios 432,Case Scenario 1 Improving Server Processing 432. Case Scenario 2 Multiple Applications 432,Suggested Practices 433.
Create a ThreadPool Application 433,Take a Practice Test 434. 8 Application Domains and Services 435,Before You Begin 436. Lesson 1 Creating Application Domains 437,What Is an Application Domain 437. The AppDomain Class 439,How to Create an Application Domain 443. How to Load Assemblies in an Application Domain 443. How to Unload an Application Domain 444,Lab Creating Domains and Loading Assemblies 444.
Lesson Summary 446,Lesson Review 446,Lesson 2 Configuring Application Domains 448. How to Use an Application Domain to Launch,Assemblies with Limited Privileges 448. How to Configure Application Domain Properties 451. Lab Control Application Domain Privileges 453,Lesson Summary 454. Lesson Review 455,Lesson 3 Creating Windows Services 457. What Is a Windows Service 457,How to Create a Service Project 459.
How to Implement a Service 460, How to Create an Install Project for a Service 461. How to Manage and Control a Service 463, Lab Create Install and Start a Service to Monitor a Web Site 465. Lesson Summary 469,Lesson Review 470,Chapter Review 472. Chapter Summary 472,Key Terms 472,Case Scenarios 473. A06T622779 fm Page xix Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM,Contents xix.
Case Scenario 1 Creating a Testing Tool 473,Case Scenario 2 Monitoring a File 474. Suggested Practices 475, Create a Unit of Isolation for the Common Language Runtime. Within a NET Framework Application by Using Application Domains 475. Implement Install and Control a Service 476,Take a Practice Test 476. 9 Installing and Configuring Applications 477,Before You Begin 478. Lesson 1 Configuration Settings 479,Configuration in NET Framework 2 0 480.
Common Settings 485,Application Settings 498,Lab Get a Database Connection String 503. Lesson Summary 509,Lesson Review 510,Lesson 2 Creating an Installer 512. Using Base Installer 512,Committing an Installation 515. Rolling Back an Installation 517,Lab Set and Roll Back a Registry Key 518. Lesson Summary 519,Lesson Review 520, Lesson 3 Using the NET Framework 2 0 Configuration Tool 521.
Browsing Configurations 521,Changing a Configuration 523. Resetting a Configuration 528,Lab Change and Restore Application Settings 529. Lesson Summary 530,Lesson Review 531,Lesson 4 Configuration Management 532. Getting and Storing Settings 532,Implementing Configuration Interfaces 534. Lab Read and Write Configuration Settings 543,Lesson Summary 545.
Lesson Review 546,Chapter Review 547,Chapter Summary 547. A06T622779 fm Page xx Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM,xx Contents. Key Terms 548, Case Scenario Installing and Configuring a New Application 548. Suggested Practices 549, Create a Unit of Isolation for Common Language Runtime within a NET. Framework Application by Using Application Domains 549. Implement Install and Control a Service 549,Take a Practice Test 550.
10 Instrumentation 551,Before You Begin 552,Lesson 1 Logging Events 553. Using Microsoft Windows Events and Logging Them 553. Creating and Deleting an Event Log 555,Writing to an Event Log 556. Reading from an Event Log 559,Lab Create and Use an Application Event Log 561. Lesson Summary 562,Lesson Review 562,Lesson 2 Debugging and Tracing 564. Writing Output 564,Debug Attributes 573,Creating Trace Listeners 581.
Listener Objects 584,Lab Create and Use an Application Event Log 589. Lesson Summary 591,Lesson Review 591,Lesson 3 Monitoring Performance 593. An Overview of Processes 595,The Process Class 595. Enumerating Processes 595,Using Performance Counters 599. The CounterCreationData Class 601,The PerformanceCounterCategory Class 602.
The PerformanceCounter Class 604,Starting Processes 605. The StackTrace and StackFrame Classes 609,Lab Monitoring Application Performance 611. Lesson Summary 613,Lesson Review 614,A06T622779 fm Page xxi Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. Contents xxi,Lesson 4 Detecting Management Events 616. Enumerating Management Objects 616,Enumerating Logical Drives 617.
Enumerating Network Adapters 618, Retrieve Information about Services that Are Paused 619. Subscribe to Management Events Using,the ManagementEventWatcher Class 620. Lab Write a Management Event to a Log 621,Lesson Summary 623. Lesson Review 623,Chapter Review 624,Chapter Summary 624. Key Terms 624,Case Scenario 625,Case Scenario Choosing Where to Direct Outupt 625.
Suggested Practices 626,Embedding configuration diagnostic management. and installation features into a NET Framework application 626. Take a Practice Test 626,11 Application Security 627. Before You Begin 629,Lesson 1 Understanding Code Access Security 630. What Is Code Access Security 630,Elements of Code Access Security 631. What Is Security Policy 639,How CAS Works with Operating System Security 640.
How to Use the NET Framework Configuration Tool to Configure CAS 641. How to Use the Code Access Security Policy Tool 646. Lab Configuring Code Access Security 652,Lesson Summary 655. Lesson Review 656, Lesson 2 Using Declarative Security to Protect Assemblies 658. Reasons to Use CAS Assembly Declarations 658,Classes for CAS Permissions 659. Types of Assembly Permission Declarations 662,How to Create Assembly Declarations 663. Guidelines for Using Assembly Declarations 666,Lab Using Assembly Permission Requests 666.
A06T622779 fm Page xxii Tuesday May 9 2006 8 00 AM. xxii Contents,Lesson Summary 667,Lesson Review 668. Lesson 3 Using Declarative and Imperative Security to Protect Methods 672. Types of Method Permission Requests 672, Guidelines for Using Method Permission Requests 673. Techniques for Demanding Permissions 674,Techniques for Limiting Permissions 680. How to Relax Permissions and Potentially Improve Performance 682. How to Call Trusted Code from Partially Trusted Code 686. How to Use Permission Sets 686, Lab Protecting Methods with Code Access Security Demands 687. Lesson Summary 694,Lesson Review 694,Chapter Review 696.
Chapter Summary 696,Key Terms 696,Case Scenarios 697. Case Scenario 1 Explaining Code Access Security 697. Questions 697, Case Scenario 2 Customizing Code Access Security 698. Questions 698,Suggested Practices 698, Implement Code Access Security to Improve the Security. of a NET Framework Application 698,Control Permissions for Resources by Using the. System Security Permission Classes 699, Control Code Privileges by Using System Security Policy Classes 699.
Take a Practice Test 700,12 User and Data Security 701. Before You Begin 703,Lesson 1 Authenticating and Authorizing Users 704. Authentication and Authorization Overview 704,WindowsIdentity Class 706. WindowsPrincipal Class 708,PrincipalPermission Class 710. How to Use Declarative Role Based Security Demands.

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