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However a validation event is not raised when the content has an undescore character in it.
I think this is probably a result of the fact that in the Unicode recommendation it says that "\w" should allow underscores because of its common use in programming languages. Could someone tell me, if I change to use dot Net v2.0 will this behave in the way recommended by the W3C or is the behaviour the same as in dot Net v1.1? Validation error message "Error: The 'value' element is invalid - The value 'abc_de' is invalid according to its datatype 'String' - The Pattern constraint failed.. NET 2.0 \w in a pattern follows the W3C XSD schema specification (at least as far as not including "_" in \w). FAQTs.com/ Interesting, recently someone run into the problem with \w including the "_" in some regular expression languages in programming languages/libraries (e.g. NET framework Regex class) but not in the XSD schema regular expression language.
Load(vr); var xml Document = new Xml Document(); //create Xml Reader Settings first var settings = new Xml Reader Settings(); settings.
Hello folks, I have a class containing data that I'm passing to some worker threads via "Parameterized Thread Start(...)".
Peter Ritchie You can't declare volatile properties, you can only declare volatile fields (and then only of the following types: reference type, sbyte, byte, short, ushort, int, uint, char, float, bool, and enums based upon sbyte, byte, short, ushort, int, uint, char, float, bool).
For the record, if you dont know how to see this image then you can save it in a file and change the file extension to and then open it in IE.. The obsolescence documentation from MS wasn't much help, but I did manage to create code that compiled, as follows: Xml Reader Settings(); settings. I need to generate an XML file that looks like this. I am sure its my limited exposure to XML that has me stumbling. When I change the tags to what I need in the sample output the result is just a mess.All other classes can be serialized, but not this one. But I tried it just for test purposes: I get the same problem.All classes have the Serializable attribute and are inheriting the same base class.