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Comments by Uwe Keim (Top 15 by date)

Uwe Keim at 10-Nov-13 17:02pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 2 \n Just a bunch of code without any explanation and context doesn't make a good article IMHO.
Uwe Keim at 10-Dec-10 7:55am View
   
Maybe you can describe the task you want to solve with the "hooking". I do not see for what this could be good for.
Uwe Keim at 5-Dec-10 13:57pm View
   
You could somehow get symbols for the system DLLs from Microsoft (I do not remember how), so your stack trace looks more readable.
Uwe Keim at 25-Nov-10 1:41am View
   
Are you refering to iText .NET? (www.ujihara.jp/iTextdotNET/en/)
Uwe Keim at 25-Nov-10 1:39am View
   
Provide more information: Post the JavaScript error (if any) here,too.
Uwe Keim at 25-Nov-10 1:37am View
   
That did not always work for me. In fact, I sometimes experience that any white-space change in web.config is ignored, so I end up adding comments with random numbers.
Uwe Keim at 19-Nov-10 8:50am View
   
What project name are you using?
Uwe Keim at 15-Nov-10 11:29am View
   
In fact, you have given way _too_ much information, but you are omitting the important information about the error that you see. Just saying "both fail to do anything" is to few information.
Uwe Keim at 15-Nov-10 11:26am View
   
Which errors do you see?
Uwe Keim at 14-Sep-10 15:00pm View
   
Are you talking about C++/MFC?
Uwe Keim at 4-Sep-10 15:00pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Homework related general questions, are usually not-welcome on every single developer forum out there on the internet. If someone doesn't love his software developement related courses, he should really question himself whether he chose the right courses.
Uwe Keim at 29-Aug-10 11:46am View
   
Reason for my vote of 2
If you like to have an answer, I suggest that you put more passion into writing your question. Write what you want to achieve, what you did until now and where you struggle.
Uwe Keim at 26-Aug-10 6:59am View
   
If you have an arbitrary nesting depth in your folder hierarchy, you have to recursively process them all. That is no VBScript related but is a general programming concept.
Uwe Keim at 24-Aug-10 16:17pm View
   
Good idea! Post an article here on Code Project when you're done.
Uwe Keim at 17-Aug-10 6:51am View
   
Reason for my vote of 2
What's your question? What's your expected answer/help you are requesting here?

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