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Generated Access to .NET Resource Strings

, 23 Jun 2003
This article provides an alternative method of accessing string resources in a C# project by generating access classes for each resource identifier.


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Corey Frost
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Corey Frost is a software engineer with the Noetix Corporation ( Prior to that he spent 10 years as a contract developer specializing in Windows applications development using C++ and MFC.

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