Ah, so that's how you're interpreting it. I interpreted it as the OP wants to store the \r, but for some reason it's getting lost along the way. As I said, I was unable to duplicate the problem. If, as you say, he wants to not store the \r yet get it back again (and I have no idea why that would be), then I would still have better suggestions than Replace.
At any rate, until the OP responds with a clearer explanation of the situation you and I could continue to debate it and neither of us wants that.
Maybe in you world overcomplicating thinks is good thing. Not in mine.
Solving the problem rather than sweeping it under the rug to cause trouble down the line is what I consider a good thing.
If this is just a proof of concept ignore my comment below
If this is to start creating configuration for your application a txt file will work, but is probably not the best option around there. You can use
- ini files (Please don't)
- xml files (better)
- App.config or similar (recommended, certainly if you want machine based settings)
- Database (I usually use this one as much as possible and use an app.config to point to the database)
Note that there is a difference between user settings (eg, language, application options, ...) and system settings (time outs, root paths, database connection strings, ...) You might want to split those.
//How many lines should be loaded?
int NumberOfLines = 15;
//Make our array for each line
string ListLines = new string[NumberOfLines];
//Read the number of lines and put them in the array
for (int i = 1; i < NumberOfLines; i++)
ListLines[i] = tr.ReadLine();
if the title is in number 5 line
this.text = ListLines;
one all the lines are added in the array then you can pick your desired one.
hope this will help you..
I think computer viruses should count as life. I think it says something about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is purely destructive. We've created life in our own image.
I am using Prism to handle IoC, I can do this in VB.NET:
Dim _regionManager As IRegion
Dim _container As IUnityContainer
Dim mainRegion As IRegion = _regionManager.Regions(RegionNames.MainRegion)
ForEach v As View In mainRegion.Views
I am getting the following eror: non-invocable member ....Regions cannot be used as a method.
When I use this C# conversion:
IRegion mainRegion = _regionManager.Regions(RegionNames.MainRegion);
for each(var v in mainRegion.Views)
Some hints as to why would be very helpfull.
I don't speak Idiot - please talk slowly and clearly
I've been searching for a while now, but the best I was able to do was send bytes of data through my network using a very simple Server program/client program TCP setup in Microsoft Visual Studios 10. I gave the Server an IPAddress and told the client to connect to that specific address.
My end goal is learning how to create a simple multiplayer game using XNA Windows Game.
Any help, information, or direction is greatly appreciated!