Assume I have COM DLL with the following path: C:Projectscom1.dll Assume C# code is in file: C:Projectsprogram.cs
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It’s really important to learn how to reference your work properly. A good piece of coursework is full of references to work that’s been done by others before you, so good referencing habits will get you great marks. There are two parts to referencing:
- Identify the reference in the text of your work. This is citation or in-text citation.
- Provide a detailed list of all references you have used at the end of your work, this is a bibliography or reference list.
What is referencing?
Citing and referencing is how you acknowledge the articles, books and other resources that you used when creating your academic work. In-text citations show which source you are referring to, and at the end of your work a Reference List gives the full details of the source so your reader can find it again.
Accurate citing and referencing is good academic practice, it enhances the presentation of your work, and can improve your marks. Always check referencing advice given in your programme and module handbooks, and check with your lecturer if you are in any doubt. If you need help with Citing and Referencing, please contact your Subject or Research Librarian.
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The topic of the essay (Jubb, 2014)…