As I spend time in the Daniweb forums, I see some questions that ultimately come down to the issue of manipulating JavaScript data and a user interface on a website. When you build a GUI that lets your user view, add, edit, and delete data, a common approach is to spend a lot of time copying data back and forth between the JavaScript variables and the user interface. Further, this often involves managing the user interface, such as adding new elements as new data is added. However, often people perform extra work that isn't necessary. In addition to the extra …

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With the recent release of Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft has updated.NET and the C# language, both now at version 4. One of the new features of C# is the ability to handle dynamic types. But what exactly does that mean? Essentially, if you're very careful, you can use C# in a manner similar to languages such as Python or even Smalltalk. Normally, without dynamic types, the compiler does all your type checking for you and won't compile the code if there are typing errors. For example, if you have something like this in your C# program: [CODE]Myobj.SomeFunction(); [/CODE] the C# …

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