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Understanding the 'using' statement in C#

By , 29 Mar 2004

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Tingz Abraham

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When Tingz Abraham was old enough to realize that computers were going to invade the world, he decided to pursue a career that would keep him close to computers. That landed him a job as an IT Solutions Consultant in Seattle, USA where he currently works. He believes he can program in many languages, including English. Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V are his favorite keys on the keyboard.
 
After he found he sucked real bad at playing the violin, he just stuck to the guitar and piano. He has a ravishing need for speed and takes a fancy to anything with wheels, including his black Mustang which he's aptly named 'Tingzmobile'.
 
At work you can constantly hear him say - "Oh! The things I learn after I know it all!" He keeps himself very busy, and in his spare time he keeps wondering why '24 hours a day is just not enough'.
 
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