NET - Define Stream class in .NET. Explain with an example using
C#.NET? - June 08, 2009 at 08:00 AM by Shuchi Gauri
Define Stream class in .NET. Explain with an example using C#.NET.
The Stream class gives a view of various types of input and output. Streams
involve three fundamental operations:
a. Read: transfer of data from stream into a data structure.
b. Write: transfer of data from a data structure into stream.
c. Seeking: querying and updating the current position within the stream.
Streams are a medium to read and write data to and from memory, file or other
System.IO.StreamReader file=new StreamReader(@"abc.txt")
The .NET Framework class library is a library of classes, interfaces, and value
Define base class control.
What is inherited control?
Define UserControl class.................
ResourceManager class: It provides convenient access to resources that are
culture-correct. The access is provided at run time...........
The DataList control like the Repeater control is a template driven, light
weight control, and acts as a container of repeated data items. The templates
in this control are used to define the data that it will contain. It is
flexible in the sense that you can easily customize the display of one or more
records that are displayed in the control...........
The DataList control contains a template that is used to display the data items
within the control. Since there are no data columns associated with this
control, you use templates to display data. Every column in a DataList control
is rendered as a <span> element...........