By Jason Bock, Tom Barnaby
This publication makes a speciality of part of .NET known as 'attributes'. Attributed programming is a characteristic of .NET that continues to be rather unexplored and unknown, but is very vital and should turn into extra vital through the years. Attributes are used to change the runtime habit of code within the .NET framework. The publication covers the basics of attributes, universal .NET attributes, use of customized attributes, and complex ideas.
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Applied .NET Attributes by Jason Bock, Tom Barnaby