Getting Started with ASP.NET Classes

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Code generation: Used to covert ASP.NET pages into ASP.NET Classes and to generate source files in multiple languages. The System.CodeDOM is used to deriverepparttar code generation ASP.NET Classes.

IO: Used to work with files and all other stream types. It uses System.IO namespace.

Reflection: Used to provide support for load assemblies, inspecting types within assemblies, and createing instances of types. It uses System.Reflection namespace.

Security: Used extensively to build a security strategy for ASP.NET pages. It also provides some base services such as authentication, authorization, permission sets, policies, and cryptography. It uses System.Security namespace.

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"The Beginner Buyer's Guide To Digital Cameras, Or The Ins And Outs Of Megapixels."

Written by Warren Lynch

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3.1 to 4 megapixels

You are qualified to say that you have a "pretty good" camera. You get professional quality 4x6 images, real good 5x7 and 6x9 shots, and somewhat decent, but not great 8x10 images.

4.1 to 5 megapixels and up

People will be saying "Hey, great pictures!". You can count on professional images allrepparttar way up to 8x10's. Of course, asrepparttar 133450 megapixel count goes up, so doesrepparttar 133451 price.

If you are only going to be viewing your pictures online, such as posting them at a photo site or using them on your web pages, keep your money in your pocket and pick yourself up something inrepparttar 133452 1.5 megapixel range.

If you will be shooting pictures that will be printed at a print house, such as for brochures, postcards, etc, then you will need at least a 5 megapixel camera if not higher. Of course, you'll also need to have a fat wallet or a lot of open to buy on your credit card because, even thought prices are steadily falling, these puppies aren't cheap!

Once you've solvedrepparttar 133453 megapixel puzzle,repparttar 133454 rest of a digital camera's features, such as lens types, storage capacity and shutter speed are pretty routine and easy to understand. You shouldn't have a problem deciding on those features.

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