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Demonstrating Attributes and Reflection in .NET

In this article, Todd Clemetson demonstrates how the combination of attributes and reflection can result in some flexible and powerful software...

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January 14, 2003
  1. · Demonstrating Attributes and Reflection in .NET
  2. · What are Attributes?
  3. · Generic Database Manager
  4. · Attributes Applied
  5. · Generating SQL using .NET Reflection
  6. · Putting it all together
  7. · Bug Tracking Attribute
  8. · Conclusion

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Demonstrating Attributes and Reflection in .NET - Conclusion
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Attributes are a very simple, yet powerful part of the .NET framework. In this article, we discussed what attributes are, and the steps for creating them.

Once we had a foundation in creating attributes, we designed custom attributes allowing developers to describe the usability of their code, created a framework for managing objects within a database, and provided a method allowing developers to mark sections of code that changed as a result of a bug fix.

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