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If the project to download has no .dll like this one (i.e)[^]

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Posted 2-Jun-12 2:29am

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Technically you can even include executable as assambly and load it as reference. But it would be too dirty :) So you have two ways to follow: include the files you need in your project and use their namespace or refactor the sample app into a class library, using only parts that you need. But don't forget to be in accordance with the license.
troymcfont 2-Jun-12 9:00am
I've used the namespace and it's ok. But is there another way to do it?
I'd like to have just my namespace in the project, so how can I do it with just
using "using ...". With the second way u explained?
Zoltán Zörgő 2-Jun-12 9:13am
Now I have looked at the code you linked. That is not to be included directly. As all validation routines are "TextChanged" event handlers, you just have to copy the needed code in a separate class (or class library), and just add them to textbox event queues as needed.
troymcfont 2-Jun-12 18:14pm
And how can I do this? Sry for my ignorance!

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