If you write desktop
applications in .NET and you use your proprietary file extensions, it's
always handy to associate that extension with your application.
Unfortunately, the .NET framework does not provide an interface to do
this. That's why we made the FileAssociation class.
FileAssociation class implements an easy to use interface to add registry
entries that associate your program with a specific file extension. For
instance, if you associate your program with the file extension '.txt',
your program will be executed whenever the user double clicks a text file
This class is available for C# and VB.NET; it can be compiled to
a .NET module or library to be used in other .NET languages.
This class does not work on non-windows platforms.
|v1.0|| Initial release.||2002/04/22|
|v1.1|| Small bug fix.||2003/05/23|