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Practical Code Generation in .NET: Covering Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010 by Peter Vogel

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Chapter 3. Manipulating Project Components

As part of any code-generation solution, you’re going to need to generate new components for an application—everything from classes to variables to procedural code. In addition, to support regenerating code (and often as part of generating new code) you also need to find out what components already exist in the project. For instance, if you’re generating code to be used with an existing class, you want to know what language ...

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