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Lynn Torkelson,
Constance Petersen,
and Zac Torkelson

Chapter 4—Using the HTML Controls

Page 145. The last description in Table 4-3 should read:

Gets or sets the width of the image displayed.

Page 158. The line just above the End Class statement should read:

[Code omitted (see \Chapter_04\ContainerControls.aspx.vb)]

Chapter 5—Using the Web Server Controls

Page 297. The first sentence in the last paragraph should read:

Suppose that your Web application needs to remind visitors of certain special dates such as business holidays and project due dates.

Chapter 6—Using the Validation Controls

Page 311. The last sentence in the second paragraph under Validating Required Fields should read:

In the latter case, the visitor will be able to enter a different value, but an empty string will be accepted as valid.

Page 316. The first sentence should read:

By now, that last part of the expression (the part after the second ? quantifier) should be child's play.

Page 316. The next-to-last sentence in the first paragraph should read:

Note that the first ? in the expression allows a visitor the option of including a space after an area code within parentheses.

Chapter 7—Using Data-bound Controls

Page 389. The last description on the page should read:

Gets or sets a Boolean that determines whether or not a header (if one exists) displays at the top of the control.

Page 403. The last sentence on the page, and continued on the next page, should read:

Of course, you could use that same information to develop your own proxy class, but why reinvent the wheel?

Chapter 8—Developing an XML Web Service

Page 415. The third sentence in the last paragraph should read:

Certain attributes, such as those used in creating XML Web services, are predefined by the .NET Framework and control runtime behavior.

Chapter 9—Accessing Relational Data

Page 460. In Figure 9-2 in the DataSet box:

Replace both instances of the word "Connection" with "Collection".

Chapter 10—Creating a User Control

Page 539. In the fourth sentence:

Replace "chnces" with "chances".

Page 550. In the StartChapter property listing:

Replace "iValue < 12" with "iValue < 16".

Chapter 11—Creating a Rendered Control

Page 578. In the first sentence after point five in the numbered list:

Replace "al lready" with "already".

Chapter 13—Building a Web Application

Page 642. The second sentence on the page should read:

The ListBox control has its SelectionMode property set to Multiple to permit multiple keywords to be associated with a code example.

Page 693. The last line on the page has a typo and should read:

look at Figures 13-22 and 13-23.

Chapter 15—Creating a Web Site

Page 808. The last sentence in the fourth paragraph should read:

Here, the color of the log_in button shows that the visitor has moved the cursor over it.

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