Optional. A signed integer that indicates the total length of the field into which the argument is inserted and whether it is right-aligned (a positive integer) or left-aligned (a negative integer). If you omit alignment, the string representation of the corresponding argument is inserted in a field with no leading or trailing spaces.
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By publishing your email address in a public forum, you ought not expect to receive code to be sent to you, but spam or malware! Do you understand why? There are many bots in the web harvesting addresses just for the purposes of spammers and hackers.
Don't post this here - if you got the code from an article, then there is a "new message" button at the bottom of that article, which causes an email to be sent to the author. They are then alerted that you wish to speak to them.
Posting this here relies on them "dropping by" and realising it is for them.
You looking for sympathy?
You'll find it in the dictionary, between sympathomimetic and sympatric
(Page 1788, if it helps)
I am working on a Windows Phone 8.1 app in XAML / C# and I am using the ListCollectionView[^] class to allow the list to be filtered. The problem is, I need to group the list, which that class doesn't support. I tried using LINQ, but it gave a it kept giving me an object initialization error at the ICompare method in ListCollectionView.cs. I also used the GroupKeyList.cs class and used the following line to create a grouped list: