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Here are the links to my republished articles on Microsoft Academic Site.

ToString() or not ToString()?
http://msdnaa.net/Resources/display.aspx?ResID=2288

ToString() or not ToString()? That is the question. One of the many misconceptions of the .NET Framework occurs when a developer adds characters to the end of a string after the string is created and expects the same concatenation to occur in memory. In reality, it doesn't happen this way.

Check Your Email With Style
http://msdnaa.net/Resources/display.aspx?ResID=2290

Have you ever wanted to write your own POP3 email client? Well now you can with the help of my C# example. This article explains how to use .NET to connect to a POP3 mail server, and it provides the different commands to use with the server to get the results you want.

Transforming XML Into RSS
http://msdnaa.net/Resources/display.aspx?ResID=2292

My previous article, "Translating RSS With XSLT," went over the steps of changing RSS into HTML. In this article, I will discuss the ability to convert XML into RSS using XSLT. You may be thinking, "Why would I want to do that?" With the example in this article, I hope to answer that question.

Translating RSS with XSLT
http://msdnaa.net/Resources/display.aspx?ResID=2289

RSS, Real Simple Syndication, is an XML dialect used by bloggers to hold their channels and entries. Other sites use RSS to describe the content on a page or recent articles they have written. XSLT is a language used to transform XML documents into other documents. In this article, we will be transforming RSS into HTML. I will demonstrate how pulling and transforming information describes my articles.

Posted on Thursday, October 16, 2003 7:11 AM | Back to top

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