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Dealing with Progressive Operations

, 10 May 2010
Through a clean OOP solution to deal with progressive operations, I will implicitly show you how OOP principles can work together to make a full, clean solution.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;

namespace Erik.Utilities.Interfaces
{
    public interface IProgressiveOperation
    {
        event EventHandler OperationStart;
        event EventHandler OperationProgress;
        event EventHandler OperationEnd;

        string MainTitle { get; set; }

        string SubTitle { get; set; }

        int CurrentProgress { get; }
        int TotalSteps { get; }
        int CurrentStep { get; }

        void Start();
    }
}

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