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Developing Microsoft® .NET Controls with Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET by John Connell

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Deeper into Type Converters

Our Plutonic Nebulizer requires an intensity setting that consists of the level (in the Martian metric hurns) and duration of the blast. Like some earthling programmers, some Martian programmers prefer to change the property right in the Intensity field rather than expanding the property and setting the two aggregate properties individually. We want to provide the user with the flexibility to change either the individual properties or the string that currently holds 445,101. Also, whenever either the composite property or an individual property is set, we want the other to be refreshed immediately. In addition, when any of the properties are changed, we want to serialize the new values to ensure that they are persisted. ...

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