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An XML-Driven Menu Strip

, 16 Apr 2007
In this article, I'm going to show how to generate a dynamic MenuStrip (.NET 2.0's replacement of the MainMenu control) using recursion in C#. The MenuStrip will be based on XML data which contains all the details about the generated Menu.

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Bryan Ray
Web Developer
United States United States
I've been working with C# since .NET Beta 1 and have been in the development scene since VB3.
 
I've always had a passion for development, technology, and computer as a whole. I consider myself one of the lucky few who actually love their job.
 
I've mostly been involed with web development in the corporate world, but I also work with Windows Forms development at home. Over the past 3 years or so the .NET applications I've developed have been backend maintenance applications. Transfering data, manipulating data, or doing some other back-end processes.

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