Of course it's possible! The problem is how do YOU define "similar". Once you have that, YOU have to write the code to get the currently selected text in the textbox, then search the textbox contents for the "similar" works.
When I try to serialize an object using xmlserializer,It is throwing out of memory exception.Is there any way to serialize large objects like more than 30 mb. I am able to serialize an object to xml file only if the size of the file after serialization is around 15 mb otherwise outofmemory exception is thrown
Hi all, can someone please clear things up for me regarding inheriting an abstract class. According to msdn.com[^] the following are some of the features of an abstract class:
It is not possible to modify an abstract class with the sealed modifier, which means that the class cannot be inherited.
A non-abstract class derived from an abstract class must include actual implementations of all inherited abstract methods and accessors.
The first sentence says that the class cannot be inherited but the second sentence says you can have a non-abstract class which is derived from an abstract class. If I'm not mistaken, a derived class is a class that inherits from another class. Thanks in advance for your response.
MSDN isn't always right and sometimes, like here, they don't update the documentation. If you follow the 'other versions' links, at the top of that page, to VS 2012, you'll see that the stuff about 'abstract sealed' has been changed.
It's possible that the person who wrote the docs was confusing C# and intermediate language (IL) classes. When a C# static class is compiled to IL, the class declaration is marked as abstract and sealed. So a C# static class is equivalent to an IL abstract sealed class.
In C# it's not actually possible to declare a class as 'abstract sealed'. Try it and you'll find that it won't compile.