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Migrating to .NET: A Pragmatic Path to Visual Basic .NET, Visual C++ .NET, and ASP.NET by Meghana Deshpande, Manu Gupta, Narayana Rao Surapaneni, Prashant Halari, Dhananjay Katre

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Chapter 10. Dealing with Legacy Components in .NET

Code reusability is the art of using existing code to achieve better productivity and ease of maintenance. The concept of reusability is not new. Its existence has been evident since the evolution of mankind. Most of our daily activities are a continuation of an unfinished process and may not necessarily be a new process. We never try to reinvent a wheel; however, we try for effective ways to use it. Why should one repeatedly discuss code reusability when it has been addressed by so many across the globe on numerous occasions? Code reusability is a continuous and ongoing process. With new technologies emerging each day, we are nearing a day when we will see true code reusability.

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