System Globalization

The global reach of the Internet, which essentially connects every intelligent box in the universe to every other intelligent box in the universe, means that essentially any application can be used by a native speaker of essentially any human language. Presenting numbers and dates in the manner that each user expects and immediately understands is not a matter of cultural sensitivity. It is a critical piece of communication necessary to avoid expensive errors. When you buy your non-refundable...

Librarieskse Summary

Secures access to files and directories. CF public sealed class FilelOPermission CodeAccessPermission, IUnrestrictedPermission CF public FileIOPermission PermissionState state F public FileIOPermission FileIOPermissionAccess access, string path MS CF public FileIOPermission FileIOPermissionAccess access, string pathList Methods MS CF public void AddPathList FileIOPermissionAccess access, string path public void AddPathList FileIOPermissionAccess access, string pathList public override...

P Example

Public class DateTimeStylesAllowInnerWhite IFormatProvider f new CultureInfo en-AU, true , string s DateTime.Now.ToString W dd MM yyyy t hh mm, f DateTimeStyles.AllowInnerWhite Y Console.WriteLine String 0 yields date l , Enum String 10 06 2003 01 33 yields date 10 06 2003 1 33 00 AM DateTimeStyles.AllowLeadingWhite Field .field public static literal valuetype Specifies that leading white space characters are allowed. 10 06 2003 01 36 yields date 10 06 2003 1 36 00 AM public class...

Exceptions

The property is being set to a System.Global-ization.Calendar that is not valid for the current culture. The property is being set and the is read-only. DateTimeFormatInfo.CalendarWeekRule Property .property valuetype System.Globalization.CalendarWeekRule CalendarWeekRule public hidebysig specialname instance valuetype get_CalendarWeekRule public hidebysig specialname instance void set_CalendarWeekRule valuetype System.Globalization.CalendarWeekRule value C public CalendarWeekRule...

SystemIO

The modern operating system as we know it was first developed to provide applications with prefabricated I O operations on the at the time newfangled things called disks. Providing programmers with a logically contiguous stream of bytes called a file, regardless of the underlying hardware, was an enormous advance and saved programmers a great deal of time. The extra system overhead was a small price to pay. The System.IO namespace contains classes that provide low-level file system I O...