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Hello everyone. I want to develop a small application in Windows Form Application using VS Community 2015. I need to create some forms and then export them in a pdf file for printing. The problem is that I have to create the form to fit exactly in a A4 paper width and height. What tools do you recommand me to use or which do you think is the best approach?
I'm trying to build a logic analyzer - style chart with minimum 16 lines. I so far took a chart and added 16 chart areas, 16 series and 16 titles. The chart areas are all aligned to the first one.
What I need to add is a
1. "general" horizontal and vertical scrollbar and a horizontal scale
2. a zoom and pan function via mousewheel
3. at least two cursors whith automatic "delta" display
for 1. I tried adding the scale and the scrollbar to the bottom chart area, but this results in a changing display of the line as soon as a scrollbar gets visible. Of course all lines should scroll together. I imagined something like scrollbars for the chart not for the chartArea but that doesn't exist, right ?
The vertical scrollbar should be visible if there are more lines than can be displayed in the current window, but the first problem is that chart areas can only be added in relation to the chart height from 0-100 % , not more. Should I use something else than chartareas?
2. for example strg+wheel for zoom and alt+wheel for pan (scroll) should I use a keypressed/keydown event ?
3. no idea yet, the only visible cursors so far are the ones when click and drag which results in a automatic zoom currently
can anyone give me some hints for the different problems ?
Thank you very much,
hi , for example i have a table named (name)
and a form with a text box and a add button.
i wanna know how do i transfer the data from the textbox into the table( sql server express 2012 , and visual studios 2015 Rc)
sql connecton ......
sqlcommand cmd = new sqlcommand("insert into* .......... <- the part im struggling with
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