One of the new tools that showed up in Visual Studio 2005 that I don’t see many people taking much advantage of is the Class Diagram.
The class diagram displays the classes you drag onto it in a visual representation much like a UML class diagram does. It also lets you see relationships between your classes. But the greatest advantage of the Class Diagram is that it will write a lot of your code for you.
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I hate long titles, but this is what everyone is going to be searching for if they get this error, so that’s the title today.
I just got done fixing an error and when I went to Google, there were only five entries for this phrase and none of them solved the problem. Some got me close and gave me a clue, but none of them said…
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