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How Events Work Under the Surface

, 1 Jan 2007
Shows what goes on behind the "magic" that the compiler does when you declare a simple event member in a class.

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J. Dunlap
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My main goal as a developer is to improve the way software is designed, and how it interacts with the user. I like designing software best, but I also like coding and documentation. I especially like to work with user interfaces and graphics.
 
I have extensive knowledge of the .NET Framework, and like to delve into its internals. I specialize in working with VG.net and MyXaml. I also like to work with ASP.NET, AJAX, and DHTML.

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