[dba-VB] C# using everything in the world

Arthur Fuller fuller.artful at gmail.com
Sat May 5 10:22:07 CDT 2012

I think that Gustav is correct. They are statements that advise the
compiler where to look for various procedures and functions. Let's say that
in an Access app you reference both DAO and ADO, but then within your code
you use only DAO and place it above ADO in the references list. Doesn't
cost you a nickel in performance, though perhaps a tad at compile time.

Footnote to the above: Canada just manufactured its last penny; otherwise I
might have written "Doesn't cost you a cent."

This may be a job-creation program, and not least among the publishers of
books on marketing. One of the oldest rules in that game was "$4.99" reads
like 4, and people also have a habit of overlooking what the taxes are
going to do to that number.


On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 10:09 AM, Gustav Brock <Gustav at cactus.dk> wrote:

> Hi John
> I don't think so, but you can right-click and pick refactor (or something)
> and clean up unused "using"s.
> /gustav

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