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Super Pose Book Pdf 1208





Super Pose Book Pdf 1208









Super Pose Book Pdf 1208


This may be because you have cookie-blocking software installed in your browser. To allow cookies, please make sure you have cookies enabled in your browser settings. If this is the case, please refer to your browser's help documentation for instructions on how to enable cookies. This can usually be enabled by adjusting the settings that are set on your browser.Q: .NET: A Where In Clause With An Interface I'm trying to write a function that accepts an interface as a parameter and returns data for that class. I'm having an issue getting the where in clause to work with an interface. I can get the where clause working for a class, however when I try and get it to work for an interface I get an error: not all code paths return a value Is it possible to do a where in on an interface? Here's the current code I have Public Shared Function getEvents(ByVal EventInterface as IEventInterface) As String Dim EventInstance as New Event Where = "EventTypeID = " + EventInstance.EventTypeID.ToString() Return EventInstance.ToString End Function A: It is definitely possible to do this using reflection. However, for this to work, you will need to expose your interface as a named type in your project. This can be accomplished by creating a new class file and adding a new type like this: namespace MyProject { public interface IMyEventInterface { string Name { get; } } } Then in your function you would call it like this: Public Shared Function getEvents(ByVal EventInterface as IMyEventInterface) As String Dim EventInstance as New Event Where = "EventTypeID = " + EventInstance.EventTypeID.ToString() Return EventInstance.ToString End Function When you compile your code this new IMyEventInterface will be added to your assembly and you can now reference it from your code. You can









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