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    website available for a method/function list??

    hi guys,

    is there some place to get this? on msdn, vb.net has this list but i do not see any for c sharp. can anyone help out here?

    thanks!

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    Re: website available for a method/function list??

    Is it something like this you want? http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...v=VS.110).aspx
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    Re: website available for a method/function list??

    Quote Originally Posted by S_M_A View Post
    Is it something like this you want? http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...v=VS.110).aspx
    yeah that is similar. You can do what I want very easily for legacy languages that are not meant to be as comprehensive as 'C' and 'C' equivalents like .NET stuff.

    For instance, VB6 is an OOP lang but does not have the structure that .NET has and the vast amount of resources that it has either.

    You link shows the library hierarchy for .NET of course. What I'm frustrated with on this is the convoluted nature of that site and the way it is presented. The only tools I have here to write a program to grab all of this information using the DOM is vba and office programs. I suppose WScript Host stuff can work too, but that's still the same amount of work.

    Can you recommend web resources that might already have data mining program done for searching through the DOM and picking out pieces of data from a domain? A site like MSDN could be drastically simplified by using something like that.

    I'm not disappointed that MS does that. They always do it that way, and unfortunately it's incredibly redundant. What I'm not going to do though, unless I absolutely have to, is sift through all of their stuff just to get the summarized information I need to create a system with .NET technologies.

    thanks!

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