.NET 3.5: Introduction to XAML – Part 1

What is XAML So what is XAML anyways?  It stands for eXtensible Application Markup Language and is based on XML.  It was initially created to be used in WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) but is now being used also in WF (Windows Workflow Foundation), Silverlight, and XPS (XML Paper Specification).  Why XAML So why another markup …

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SQL Server 2005: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE

The parts of a SELECT statement are: By default, ALL is assumed in SELECT, thus including every row.  Using SELECT DISTINCT excludes duplicate rows.  Note that you can also use DISTINCT in aggregate functions, like below: You can use ORDER BY on any column on the table even if it is not returned or not …

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