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Deprecated usage The ConfigurationSettings class was the original way to retrieve settings for an assembly in .NET 1.0 and 1.1. It has been superseded by the ConfigurationManager class and the WebConfigurationManager class. If you have two keys with the same name in the appSettings section of the ...
The ConfigurationManager class supports the AppSettings property, which allows you to continue reading settings from the appSettings section of a configuration file the same way as .NET 1.x supported. app.config <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <configuration&gt...
Visual Studio helps manage user and application settings. Using this approach has these benefits over using the appSettings section of the configuration file. Settings can be made strongly typed. Any type which can be serialized can be used for a settings value. Application settings can be...
Starting from a new Settings class and custom configuration section: Add an application setting named ExampleTimeout, using the time System.Timespan, and set the value to 1 minute: Save the Project Properties, which saves the Settings tab entries, as well as re-generates the custom Settings cl...

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