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Creating and Using Attributes in your .NET application

, 9 Feb 2002
Shows how to use existing attributes and how to create and use your own attributes

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James T. Johnson
Software Developer (Senior) InfoPlanIT, LLC
United States United States
James has been programming in C/C++ since 1998, and grew fond of databases in 1999. His latest interest has been in C# and .NET where he has been having fun writing code starting when .NET v1.0 was in its first beta.
 
He is currently a senior developer and consultant for InfoPlanIT, a small international consulting company that focuses on custom solutions and business intelligence applications.
 
He was previously employed by ComponentOne where he was a Product Manager for the ActiveReports, Data Dynamics Reports, and ActiveAnalysis products.
 
Code contained in articles where he is the sole author is licensed via the new BSD license.
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