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How to use Reflection to test your code

, 20 Jan 2008 CPOL
Demonstrates how to use Reflection to run test functions inside your compiled assemblies.
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TestBenchHost.vbproj.user
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My Project
Application.myapp
obj
Debug
TempPE
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TestITem.vbproj.user
TestBench
My Project
Application.myapp
obj
Debug
TempPE
Release
TempPE
TestBench.vbproj.user

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Andy is a software developer for a Recruitment Agency in the UK. He specializes in GUI Design, XML, GDI+, Controls & anything else that takes his fancy.

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