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Cheat Sheet - .NET Framework Exceptions

07 February 2010 17:19

C# General ASP.NET 3.5

Here's a list of Exceptions that can be found in the assemblies which are most commonly used in ASP.NET development.  Ideally, you should be as specific as possible when catching or throwing Exceptions. The more specific you are, the less work the CLR has to do in locating the appropriate catch block, and the more informative your error messages are, which should help speed up identifying the source of any problems.

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VBScript to C# - Equivalent string functions

28 May 2007 21:18

VBScript C#

A Cheat Sheet containing the VBScript string functions and their equivalent methods in C#.

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C# Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet

19 May 2007 20:36

C#

Cheat sheet for C# regular expressions metacharacters, operators, quantifiers etc

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VBScript Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet

14 May 2007 08:44

VBScript

Metacharacters for use with VBScript regular expressions

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Date Formatting in C#

08 April 2007 21:11

C# ASP.NET 2.0

Cheat sheet detailing formatting options for dates and times in C#.

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Date formatting in VBScript

08 April 2007 20:22

Classic ASP VBScript

A cheat sheet for people who want to format dates using VBScript

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Migrating from Classic ASP to ASP.NET - equivalent objects and classes

07 April 2007 10:01

Classic ASP VBScript ASP.NET 2.0

Having spent some time familiarising oneself with the objects available in Classic ASP, it can be tricky sometimes to find the .NET framework equivalent. Here's a guide.

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