int.Parse parses the input (casts in a sense) to an integer
value however it will throw an exception if it cant do it if
the data provided is not numeric. you should use TryParse in
.NET 2.0 to see if it can parse it.
int a = Int.Parse("int");
Convert.ToInt32() converts the string data to a proper true
int32 value, and throws an exception if it can't convert the
33) You create English, French, and German versions of your
You have separate resource files for each language version.
You need to deploy the appropriate resource file based on
the language settings of the server.
What should you do?
A . Create an installer and set the Installer.Context
property for each version of your application.
B . Create an installer that has a launch condition to
verify the locale settings.
C . Create an installer that has a custom action to install
only location-specific files.
D . Create an installer that has an MsiConfigureProduct
function to install the appropriate version.