Processes the report and renders it in the specified format. Namespace: Microsoft. WebForms Assembly: Microsoft. WebForms in microsoft.
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Consider making the class sealed by default. Whenever I say this to people, most seem surprised. Inheritance is rarely a suitable option anyway.
I prefer composition myself. For more on this, read here. The important point is that you should pick one and remain consistent. Also, some class members have no newline between them and others do, which again, is inconsistent. Once in the field declaration and then again in the constructor which is redundancy. The calling code only ever cares about the public contract of an object, so it would be better to only expose that interface. As Heslacher pointed out, properties should use PascalCase and members camelCase.
This: throw new Exception "Error: no stream to print. Instead of using a comment, consider calling it ExportAsMetaFile.
Comments should be used rarely, and if so, describe the why rather than the what. You can expect any reasonable programmer to be able to understand what the code is doing, but sometimes you may have to explain an odd decision, in which case only, I would consider adding a comment. Format CultureInfo. Directory, Path. GetFileNameWithoutExtension fi. Name , modifier, fi. Left - int ev. HardMarginX, ev. Top - int ev. HardMarginY, ev.
Width, ev. Height ; Into a separate function describing what it is doing, perhaps AppendPrinterMargin?. Also, that way, it can be used elsewhere if need be. If disposing is true, you should only dispose of managed resources. I hope this was helpful :.
ReportViewer rendering problem in C# Windows Forms
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