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Thursday, August 26, 2004
Here's a good description on how to create and use a custom configuration handler from within your Windows Form application. You can use this to save application settings data that's specific to your application, but do it in the same .config file that the .NET Framework uses to save it's settings information.
This post shows how to persist name value pairs and dictionaries, but you can also do other classes as well.
[via Kirk Allen Evans]
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