Part I Laying the Foundation in .NET

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If you navigate to Computer, you ll see that the underlying partition(s) also appear with drive letters alongside your physical disks (see Figure 26-14). You can now navigate inside these drives as you would any physical disks, copying files and making whatever changes you d like.
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This screen shot was taken in SolidWorks 2007 sp1. The display of the curvature comb in SolidWorks 2006 will have a top curve on the curvature comb. This curve has been removed in the early versions of 2007, but it may be restored in a later service pack.
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Figure 51-6: The commit transaction command launches another insert into the transaction log. 8. The commit entry is written to the transaction log. 9. The transaction-log commit entry is confirmed (see Figure 51-7).
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The next four chapters present sins 8 through 11 in no particular order. You should not feel guilty about jumping ahead to the Applications section of the book, if you like, and reading these chapters later.
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Figure 4.1.33 Cut through a CDD perpendicular to the wafer surface, and parallel to the electron drift direction
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