You are right, when I saw "View solution" I didn't even scroll down the page.
I also found a book which covers that topic very well. The title is:
"Compressed Image File Formats: jpeg, png, gif, xbm, bmp" by John Miano, 1999
It also has a CD with console application (jpegdump) written in c++ extracting all info from jpeg file.
Now, I only need to convert it to c#. Great!!!
I have a web app and I would like to create Outlook contacts and assign them to groups in the Outlook address book. I'm using C# and Visual Studio 2005. Can someone help point me in the right direction? Thanks
in a windows form I am trying to populate a datagrid from an arraylist. instead of getting the text value I am getting the length of each string in the array passed to the grid, in this case the number "5"
I use a class that implements IMessageFilter that is added as a message filter after the user has logged in (i.e. Application.AddMessageFilter). The filter contains a timer that gets reset everytime a mouse or keyboard message is received. If the timer ticks (i.e. no mouse or keyboard activity for a defined period of time - five minutes in my case) then my application becomes "inactive" (actually all it does is stop counting how much time the user has been using the program).
When a new keyboard or mouse event is received while the app is sleeping it will wake back up and start tracking time again.
We plan on purchasing the IP Works suite that nsoftware provides. We are going to spend around $8000
and just wanted to know if anyone has had any negative experience with them. I cant seem to find any reviews online so I am asking the CP community for help.
I created a custom control inherited from panel that will contain a collection of another custom control. I added an attribute 'Items' that startes the Collection Editor and adds however many instances of the the controls and add it to a collection class. All works fine, the control gets added to the collection, InitializeComponent gets modified, but for the new control to show up on the form I need to rebuild the parent form, THEN it shows up.
So my question is, does anyone have tips on what I need to do to get the control added to the collection to actually be displayed on the form upon adding it to the collection?
(ps removal using the Collection Editor works fine)
I developed a chat software. But it works only in LAN. Because I am using IP address to talk each other. The problem is the ip address of 1 machine is local to the LAN. I want to communicate to a machine which is residing in another LAN through Internet. How can I ?
Please help me
Developing a client-server program or peer to peer program on a LAN is only the first step. Once you are fully assured your application(s) is/are working then you can proceed to trying to make it work over the Internet.
Let's look at the requirements:
1. Internet Connection
2. Some way to identify your public IP address (i.e. the one of the Cable or DSL ISP)
3. A Router
Your application will run on your LAN. It has a well known port, lets say it was 5999. Over on the router you will need to configure 5999 under Port Forwarding in order to send public traffic matching that port to the computer on your LAN that is running your application.
Meanwhile your friend or colleague needs to know two things to connect: Public IP and port.
You can also use this basic technology to setup a FTP Server, Web Server or other common applications (including Remote Desktop) that you wish to remotely access.
Ahhh, but lest we not forget the one caveat. If you can see it on the Internet so can people with nefarious purposes. So make sure you have a firewall in place, keep your software behind the DMZ.
My friend your program if it connected successfully to its server so your application is running properly but you can't connect to the actual world wide except when you enable your application ports in the internet connection firewall on windows xp sp1 or sp2 then you are done enjoy your life with your small chat sever application.
Thanks my friend i hope it may help you.
The .NET treeview allows you to add objects in the Tag property, so the node can reference a panel control. Click the node, get the Tag and then you have access to the panel and its control collection.
In the tree, only Node objects will exist in the node collection so you can't specifically make a node a panel, but using the Tag you can make a node essentially the same thing.
panel2 doesn't have to be a control you dragged onto the form, it could be an object of type Panel. If you are using the panel object as a way to get at a collection of controls, then you have to read the Tag data into another panel object, then get to the controls through the new panel object (as in the example above).