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Newbie in arcobjects. Would like to expedite the learning process by looking at existing code samples.

Please paste links which would provide code samples for common tasks.


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There is a lot of snippets in the ArcObjects concept and samples area in resources:

See also the IDE snippets and samples in the API documentation:

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I think this could be better answered by just saying online code repositories such as Codeplex and Google code and search by ArcGIS:|&ac=8

I don't use Easy ArcGIS Library, but the code is on Codeplex and you can view can browse the code online if you just want snippets:

Easy ArcGIS Library is a set of C# .net classes that wrap the common functionality of ArcObjects, that help ArcGIS developers do a lot of common functions in less time and direct way.

ArcGIS is a complex system, that based internally on ArcObjects, To program with ArcObjects you have to work with thousands of classes and interfaces, and sometimes it is really time-consuming task to do some simple things.

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Here is one.

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – iant Aug 16 '12 at 12:50

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