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Generating String Resource Accessors for .NET

, 2 Feb 2005 99.5K 1K 43
This article presents a utility written in Visual Basic .NET that generates a C# or VB.NET source file from a .resx or .resources file. The resulting class enables compile-time checking of resource string identifier names and the numbers of format items.

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Scott McMaster
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United States United States
I have over 10 years of full-lifecycle software development experience on a variety of large projects. I have a B.S. in Math from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a Masters in Software Engineering from Seattle University, and a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Maryland. I specialize in building and installing tools, frameworks, and processes that improve developer productivity and product quality. I am currently based in the Seattle area.

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