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Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Dec-14 13:34pm View
   
Did you actually read the source code you posted. Of course Stream s gets used.
"new StreamReader(s)" how's that for usage.
 
Take a break!
 
Get some coffee, or whatever!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Dec-14 6:30am View
   
This looks like abuse. You were already told what the issue is.
 
Reported!
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Dec-14 2:48am View
   
This looks more like an attempt at paging, but has nothing to do with OP's need to select random question until all questions have been at one point been selected.
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Dec-14 2:30am View
   
Do not post your email address in a public forum, unless you really like SPAM that is.
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Dec-14 2:24am View
   
Please explain with more detail what exactly you want to do.
What do you mean by "SQL Server code behind"?
 
So far this question leaves much to be desired and if you don't improve it will probably not find an answer.
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Dec-14 8:26am View
   
What are you talking about? Please add more details!
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Nov-14 15:22pm View
   
I didn't read your solution, sorry!
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Oct-14 8:28am View
   
That isn't SPAM it's called abuse.
It is called SPAM if it is advertisement.
Manfred R. Bihy at 20-Oct-14 11:55am View
   
1. What exactly is the problem with the second one?
2. What do you mean by " no matter how they are entered."?
3. "Plus I want the code to give the difference between tow numbers" that goes contrary to what you posted in your question. There you said you wanted the percentage of the difference and not just the difference.
 
You need to be more precise.
Manfred R. Bihy at 20-Oct-14 11:49am View
   
Also note that OP is using the TextChanged event.
So there are likely to be some conversion exceptions.
Manfred R. Bihy at 20-Oct-14 11:47am View
   
Which is exactly what I said. Anything new in this solution?
Manfred R. Bihy at 14-Oct-14 9:23am View
   
You have seemed to miss the obvious point that OP is trying to reverse engineer some assembly. From the tags of the question it might be something about Unity3D. Look for "// ISSUE: unable to decompile the method." in "OP's" code.
Manfred R. Bihy at 1-Oct-14 18:00pm View
   
Exactly! 5+
Manfred R. Bihy at 24-Sep-14 7:06am View
   
That will also do! 5+
Manfred R. Bihy at 24-Sep-14 7:03am View
   
Well you almost had it right.
Except that this: href = Regex.Replace(href, "[^a-zA-Z]", "");
Should read like this: href = Regex.Replace(href, "[^0-9]", "");
 
Anything NOT zero through nine should be replaced by "".
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Sep-14 6:35am View
   
When copying a solution verbatim from a web site you have to add a reference, otherwise it looks as if you wrote it yourself.
Plagiarism, even if ony in Q&A solutions, is not condoned here on CP.
 
Here is a link of where you copied it from: http://asp.net-informations.com/communications/files/asp-email-attachment-default.aspx.cs.htm
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Sep-14 6:29am View
   
You forgot ... what? ;P
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Sep-14 6:20am View
   
I just downloaded the source for iTextSharp from Sourceforge at: iTextSharp-5.5.2. I only had a short peek at it and could not spot any closed source DLLs.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 21-Aug-14 0:49am View
   
So it is!
Manfred R. Bihy at 31-Jul-14 9:04am View
   
First you need to add more details:
1. Was this right away from the start or was it after something was changed?
2. Are there differences in the clients used on the 2nd floor compared to those on 3rd and 4th floor?
3. What is your network topology (e.g. is each floor in a own subnet, if yes see also 5.)?
4. What are the network components and how are they connected (network speeds etc. )?
5. Is the server in the same subnet as the clients on 3rd and 4th floor?
 
Please add these relevant details.
Manfred R. Bihy at 15-Jul-14 8:20am View
   
And yes, HTML is usually rendered at runtime when using ASP.NET!
Dynamic image generation is not found quite as often, but it is also an option. Ever seen captchas?
Manfred R. Bihy at 15-Jul-14 8:18am View
   
You seem confused! You are talking about a web application (see ASP.NET tag).
So of course you can use HTML and/or images. What do you think web pages rendered by ASP.NET consist of?
It's HTML,images, css, javascript etc.
 
What do you have to say about this? I'm very very curious!
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Jun-14 21:05pm View
   
Converted to a real link. I wonder how long denizens of CP have to dwell here before they realize that it is indeed possible to put links into comments. It might as well be possible that they just can't be arsed to do so. (I've done so from mobile devices as well, so that excuse will not count.)
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Jun-14 19:32pm View
   
There's just to much information in your post. Please do reduce this to an amount that will just about suffice for us to understand your problem. In this case the reduction factor may lay well above 100% or even multiples thereof.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jun-14 14:35pm View
   
And now what? you want us to provide you with a solution?
It's not going to happen. Show us what you've tried and we might be able to support you.
What kind of research have you done? What are your results so far?
Have you read this FAQ?
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jun-14 14:21pm View
   
You did not understand what I was trying to tell you. The web server will be integrated into your software and installed/setup when your application is being installed. Have a look at Cassini for instance, there are more than enough samples out there on how to integrate or "embed" a webserver into your application.
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jun-14 14:03pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 1 \n T
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jun-14 6:36am View
   
Need more details: Is the type of the column already datetime or is it string?
If you already have the correct type it is easy: you can use the property Month of DateTime DateTime.Month
Manfred R. Bihy at 31-Mar-14 7:55am View
   
The question does not make any sense. "This is need to display the closed recent files using in notepad"
Surely you meant to say "... display the recently opened files analogous to notepad".
 
Is that what you meant to say?
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Mar-14 5:40am View
   
Wikipedia, are you serious? For these kind of questions I know of only one source: requests for comment also known as RFCs. :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Feb-14 3:44am View
   
Answer modified, please see.
Maybe you should also edit your question and show us what you've tried sofar.
 
And one more thing: Maybe it's urgent for you, but not for us.
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Feb-14 2:51am View
   
Still doesn't make much sense.
You should try to explain the use case for your scenario instead of trying to explain how you're trying to implement it.
So start by writing down what exactly you're modelling here without thinking about any implementation at all.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 24-Jan-14 10:34am View
   
I'm sorry, but your request can currently not be served.
The system keeps printing this message: "No free agents available, retry at a later time!"
Manfred R. Bihy at 15-Jan-14 9:51am View
   
Which part is it that is confusing you?
Having customer data and accounting information in the cloud does sound like a very bad idea to me.
Making backups regularily though is a very good idea.
 
What was your question?
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 8:55am View
   
No, that means I want you to do some basic research yourself. before you start asking questions.
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 8:50am View
   
Google it and read it please!
We're not here to write excerpts for you.
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 8:05am View
   
Especially nasty when the program suddenly runs in a different locale.
One more reason for me not to touch VB.net, even if it were with a ten foot pole.
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 7:43am View
   
That sounds interesting, but what is this conversion based on? Does it depend on the locale and is done at runtime or is it done at compile time?
Whichever way this is done it should always be done in a consistent manner. That's why I'd prefer to use a literal as it is consistently defined.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 7:23am View
   
Agreed!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 7:13am View
   
No, that's not quite the truth. Given that the text is not too short and the length of the key is not too big, there are statistical means to break the code: Vigenére Cipher Cryptanalysis.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jan-14 6:52am View
   
My 5!
Apart from what you've found I already got distracted by the faulty Date literal.
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Jan-14 16:10pm View
   
It's an article here on CP: Special Function(s) for C#
Manfred R. Bihy at 7-Jan-14 16:39pm View
   
Thank you!
Manfred R. Bihy at 7-Jan-14 16:39pm View
   
Has this behaviour already been reported in the sugs & bugs forum?
Manfred R. Bihy at 7-Jan-14 9:35am View
   
Thanks for the tip off. The link was indeed not the one that I previously entered. The part "evaluation" after the underscore somehow got lost. I fixed it now.
Thanks! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 7-Jan-14 7:59am View
   
"Actually short curcuit evaluation is not just an option"
I didn't say it was an option. It's a language feature just like I said in my introductory sentence.
Feel free to elaborate on what you were trying to tell me.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 18:33pm View
   
Thanks!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 18:33pm View
   
Thank you!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 17:59pm View
   
Thanks, that's good to know! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 17:40pm View
   
I see an issue with c as TextBox. Won't that throw an exception when the control is not a TextBox?
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 12:11pm View
   
I'm pretty sure it was more like 31,416, but I might be wrong! ;P
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 12:01pm View
   
I got bitten by that bug once and it took me some time to sort it out. So it kind of sticks now. :D
I always try not to mix side effects with boolean expressions, but there's always some exception that makes it easier to solve if you break that rule you otherwise so adamantly adhere to. ;)
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Jan-14 11:56am View
   
I'm sorry, but you missed one important thing. It is called Short circuit evaluation. Since the right hand side is never evaluated in this scenario X will still be equal to ten.
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Jan-14 4:43am View
   
:)
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Jan-14 4:36am View
   
Thanks @thatraja, for fixing the link. I've no idea how that got fouled up.
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Jan-14 4:11am View
   
My 5!
String.Format("{0}-{1}", stateCode.Text, ppoNo.Text) would also be an option.
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Jan-14 3:48am View
   
Thanks you!
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Jan-14 3:01am View
   
You need to explain a bit more about what you are up to. As it now stands it's absolutely unintelligible.
Are you maybe talking about files with a .reg extension?
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Jan-14 10:28am View
   
Thanks! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Dec-13 7:16am View
   
First of all, don't write this as a solution. You should have used comments to the existing solutions instead.
Second, you didn't write anything in your question about your "real" problem. (I can't create a 2 level ...)
Third, you're being pretty rude: "This is not useful for me ..." and "So give me some useful guidence".
Fourth, you should be more "peofesional" yourself by using a spellchecker.
 
That's enough "guidence" from me right now.
Manfred R. Bihy at 27-Dec-13 8:52am View
   
Consider the permission granted. Now go ahead and do it! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Dec-13 12:05pm View
   
So know how to cut and paste from an existing solution?
Good work there!
Reported as abuse.
Manfred R. Bihy at 20-Dec-13 10:04am View
   
Show what you have tried and where exactly you are stuck.
Manfred R. Bihy at 19-Dec-13 7:16am View
   
Nice! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 19-Dec-13 7:14am View
   
Please rewrite this question. It doesn't make sense as it currently stands.
The title alone is misleading. What do you think does any sort of delay have to do with SQL injection?
 
Regards,
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 13:35pm View
   
How about doing this homework yourself.
You might even learn something.
(I wouldn't count on it though)
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 10:39am View
   
"And really, if it's such a big deal for you"
I was just pointing something out which you might have missed. No need to get you knickers in a twist.
 
Relax!
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 10:14am View
   
Then what is the point in answering with a .NET solution?
:confused:
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 9:48am View
   
Did you realise the question was tagged with VB6? :D
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 9:29am View
   
Don't post this as a solution. Either do as CHill60 advised or leave it as a comment beneath OP's Solution 1.
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Dec-13 8:08am View
   
Don't repost the same question!
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Dec-13 2:05am View
   
Help with what? Where is your question?
Before posting please do read this FAQ.
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Dec-13 2:00am View
   
How can I accept something as a solution when I have not asked the question, hmmmmm?
That would be something OP would do and not I.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Dec-13 1:38am View
   
You've nailed it! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Dec-13 8:55am View
   
Now you are taking all the fun out of it! :D
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Dec-13 8:54am View
   
I knew I forgot something! ;P
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Dec-13 8:34am View
   
Adding in what I supplied OP should have no problem finishing it now. ;)
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Dec-13 8:11am View
   
Nice one! 5+ :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Dec-13 8:25am View
   
"check the existence of referred data"
This can be hard to almost impossible if not using FK relationships.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Dec-13 8:21am View
   
Nice links, Raja!
Long live CodeProject!
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Dec-13 6:59am View
   
Good advice! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Dec-13 5:57am View
   
An interesting question, but alas the AForge API doesn't seem to provide any help there.
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 13-Dec-13 5:46am View
   
Thank you, Maciej!
Manfred R. Bihy at 12-Dec-13 14:59pm View
   
That would be a good idea, thanks!
Manfred R. Bihy at 12-Dec-13 13:53pm View
   
Not sure what user enters, but it may not be milliseconds. So there may be need for a Timer1.Interval = ValueFromUser * 1000;
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Dec-13 3:36am View
   
A code dump with a really meaningful title.
 
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Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Dec-13 17:55pm View
   
Language and platform really don't matter that much here as long both support parallel processing. The question is if the algorithm itself can be processed in a parallel fashion. If f (n, m) would depend on f (n+x, m+y) with unknown limits to to the offsets, possibly also non-linear, it might even be impossible to calculate said for loop in parallel. Long story short, to know if it can be done we need the details of the algorithm you intend to implement.
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Dec-13 11:04am View
   
I just saw that all of your four questions posted so far revolve around solving the Eight Queens puzzle.
When is your assignment due?
Any progress so far except non sensical code?
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Dec-13 11:00am View
   
Yeah, sure a project! Hmmm, me thinks the class name eightQueen is a dead giveaway! :P
*cough*
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Dec-13 8:18am View
   
You are welcome!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Nov-13 8:27am View
   
Account reported as abusive.
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Nov-13 8:25am View
   
How rude! You don't demand anything, you take what advice we're ready to give Mr. CEO.
Why don't you google for code examples yourself?
 
Question voted as abuse!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Nov-13 8:23am View
   
How rude! You don't demand anything, you take what advice we're ready to give Mr. CEO.
Why don't you google for code examples yourself, there are countless examples to be found.
 
Question voted as abuse!
Manfred R. Bihy at 29-Nov-13 8:32am View
   
I was only trying to confuse OP with too many choices! ;P
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Nov-13 9:56am View
   
So why don't you debug it to see where it errs. If it errs at all that is, it might just be that there is a logical problem in your code.
Posting only a code dump with no sign of what you've tried is not the way to ask for help.
Read the FAQ on top of this page
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Nov-13 7:24am View
   
So how is this a better or more relevant answer than solution #2?
Another thing I should mention is that it is over two years old.
 
What are trying to pull off here?
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Nov-13 17:47pm View
   
If there are no other restrictions apart from the capacity of the classrooms, what exactly are your difficulties then? Please show us what you've tried and where exactly your problem area is. The way you've described your requirement there is nothing keeping you from implementing it.
 
Do try to do it yourself and come back with more specific problem descriptions.
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Nov-13 17:35pm View
   
Hmmm, and you were assigned this task exactly when?
Was it last Friday, two weeks, four weeks or two months ago?
I can show you nothing that you desire, but I'll foretell that you will most likely fail.
 
Sorry!
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Nov-13 12:24pm View
   
There is something confusing me in what you wrote in your solution: "ArrayLists do not support the IEnumerable interface, which allows them to use Linq extension methods."
I think it should be: "ArrayLists do not support the IEnumerable interface, which would allow them to use Linq extension methods." or maybe "ArrayLists do not support the IEnumerable interface, which prevents you from using Linq extension methods on them."
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 22:17pm View
   
OK, I've tasted several nice java blends and exclaimed "oops!" more than twice within four hours.
So what I need to know for sure: Am I qualified by your standards? ;P
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 21:36pm View
   
It is still not my question. I did not ask for advice, I was giving OP food for thought to come up with a more sensible question. :doh:
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 21:28pm View
   
You did understand correctly and should research the term "Volume Shadow Copy". That is what you are looking for.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 20:22pm View
   
I hope you realize that it's not I who asked the question. I see no sensible reason why you are replying to my comment on OP's rather diffuse question.
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 16:51pm View
   
You're welcome! I believe you'll be able to work it out now.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 16:34pm View
   
The moveto method has the meaning to set the point from where the line will be drawn to with the lineto method. The DrawLine method passes both value pairs (coordinates) in one call. Everytime you see a lineto method call all you need to do is store the x and y component in variables which you then use in the call to DrawLine. Do try to do this yourself, it is easier than you may think.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 5-Nov-13 13:42pm View
   
It's going to be a new OTD category: CASPOTD ;P
Code Admiration Soliciting Post Of The Day
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-13 17:52pm View
   
"check if the weird is already present."
Since this is the Q&A the weird is always present.
Interesting side note: I think this misspelling does give one a sense of how the word "word" might be pronounced in your local dialect.
I might be wrong, but I've experienced similar glitches in my spelling where the pronounciation takes impact on the spelling of a homophone.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Nov-13 16:59pm View
   
You need to add some more detail of what exactly you want.
1. A session timeout
2. Membership deactivation after a certain time interval of inactivity
3. Membership deactivation because of an elapsed membership subscription
 
For 2. and 3. you might consider sending out an email notification of the impending deactivation.
 
What should it be?
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Oct-13 12:18pm View
   
Well said, SA. 5+
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Oct-13 11:04am View
   
I don't understand it either, why somebody would want to do that. :)
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Oct-13 10:39am View
   
OP wants to change the column name as in his example, but he wants to append the current date. I don't think you can only do that by constructing the SQL statement and then execute it. The part after "as" can only be an identifier, I think.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Oct-13 17:30pm View
   
richcb edited OP's post to remove the SPAM.
The original question can still be seen when you click the versioning link, v2 in this case.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 19:24pm View
   
Now what exactly does a ROT13 cipher have to do with reversing words within a string.
You seem to be even more confused than OP.
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 19:01pm View
   
Good catch, I couldn't make heads nor tails of the question. :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 17:39pm View
   
Solutions provide an answer, for comments please do use the comment feature.
Your actions have been reported.
Please adhere to the rules of this forum.
 
Thank you!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 16:02pm View
   
This is a repost! Don't repost questions!
 
Reported!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 14:02pm View
   
Have my five!
A slap on the wrist to OP has also been administered. :D
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 14:01pm View
   
So you think it appropriate to accept your own answer, even though André Kraak's solution helped you construct it in the first place. This is considered abuse and was already reported as such. If you are intending to stay here on CP for a bit longer please rectify this.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 13:52pm View
   
Thanks for participating in CP's Q&A forum. Please make sure that the question you asked has something to do with programming. The way it looks right now it seems more fit for a forum on philosophy.
 
Is this the stuff you're after: Get Started with Speech Recognition?
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Oct-13 13:46pm View
   
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I'm sorry, but your question doesn't make any sense. Try to find somebody to help you in translating your native language to proper English. If you use Google's translate feature you'll most likely be disappointed by the results.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Oct-13 17:20pm View
   
I think you should know your way around CP after all the time you've spent here. This question might find it's place somewhere here, but definitely not in the Q&A section. There is a section for discussing algorithms though. I think you should better try there.
A question like "Did I implement this or that algorithm correctly, does definitely not belong into the Q&A.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Oct-13 16:44pm View
   
An empty question with a nebulous title!
That is somehow refreshingly new.
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Sep-13 19:11pm View
   
You really are not that deep into doing any research yourself?
Please do observer the rules about asking questions here on CP.
There is a section especially suited for newcomers to take a serious look at: FAQ.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Sep-13 18:55pm View
   
Good advice, SA! When I've read the question before your answer I was not sure how to respond to this absolute lack of understanding what an interpreter actually does. Explaining something like that is totally out of scope for Q&A. I do appreciate your reconciliation abilities in your communication with the OP though.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Sep-13 16:33pm View
   
What is your goal? It sounds a bit of a hack you're trying to pull off.
Please elaborate on what it exactly is that you're trying to do here.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 29-Sep-13 15:15pm View
   
Interesting, your question was posted 34 minutes ago and my response was posted 21 minutes ago.
For the sake of all other enquirers you might want to modify your question to show what you did to achieve your goal.
Thank you!
Manfred R. Bihy at 27-Sep-13 6:00am View
   
I updated my solution according to you code sample. The bad part is you can't have DailyTask operate on the GUI thread if it involves waiting for a certain amount of time without blocking your GUI thread. See my solution for details to achieve what I think you want.
 
The question that comes to mind is why would you need DailyTask to run on the GUI thread? If access to the form's controls is the answer my solution will show you how to solve it.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 27-Sep-13 5:45am View
   
Thanks! :D
Manfred R. Bihy at 27-Sep-13 5:24am View
   
Hi xuyunhai,
I tried to reformulate your question in order to make it better understandable. Please check if what I've transscripted is what you meant to say. Also I'd advise you to add some code that illustrates your problem. Try to construct code that will just be enough to illustrate your problem. There is little appreciation if you dump pages and pages of code. Make a concise small example that will show us what you're trying to do. For example: If waiting in the method called by the event means some convoluted calculation, we don't want to see it. The waiting can then just be expressed by Thread.Sleep() call with maybe a comment that the Tread.Sleep() is a placeholder for some calculation.
 
Regards,
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 23-Sep-13 13:57pm View
   
Precision for a double is 15 - 16 digits. We've got fifteen here so there's no more to expect from a double.
double (C# Reference)
It's to bad we cant use Math.Pow and Math.Sqrt with decimal, eventhough that also has only about 28 - 29 digits at most.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 23-Sep-13 7:00am View
   
Exactly! Some functions such as Floor and Max do support decimal, but not Math.Sqrt and Math.Pow
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 23-Sep-13 6:44am View
   
I don't think using decimal instead of double will help you at all, since most of the functions in Math work only on double, especially Math.Sqrt and Math.Pow. Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Sep-13 17:00pm View
   
It could be I'm just being dumb, but why does the title of your post still say "recursive" when there's no trace of any recursion going on at all. The title is completely distracting from the intention of your post. The title is the first thing that one sees so why not make it more pertinent to the real question.
 
Just saying!
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Sep-13 15:15pm View
   
Whatever, your algorithm displayed is iterative. That is why I asked in the first place. No recursion to be seen anywhere. So you are asking about how to turn (a possibly) recursive solution into an iterative one? Why not place the two next to each other, why would I want to visit another site without direct comparison.
 
Cheers,
 
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 22-Sep-13 12:27pm View
   
I searched your post, but I can't find any recursion happening anywhere. What am I missing?
 
Cheers,
 
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Sep-13 10:46am View
   
What are you trying to tell me?
Sorry, but I didn't understand your comment.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Sep-13 7:23am View
   
You already had good advice here. Did you try the Cisco fora as advised or are your spreading this question evenly over the whole internet?
I see you are: here also
 
Regards,
MRB
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Sep-13 1:04am View
   
Why don't you just do what your instructor told you to do?
There is an ever slim chance that something will stick and you'll actually learn something from this.
 
Don't give yourself up. Do try to do this yourself.
The compilation errors should be good enough hints to get you started.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 17-Sep-13 1:01am View
   
This is obviously some homework assignment and OP hasn't been spending adequate attention to his lessons. The namespace is a dead giveaway. "LAB_SA", hmmpfff!
BTW SA, what is your doing in this? "LAB_SA". ;P
 
(Just kidding)
Manfred R. Bihy at 15-Sep-13 16:23pm View
   
Your question needs more context. What exactly is it you are trying to do?
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Sep-13 11:41am View
   
What equation?
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Sep-13 14:09pm View
   
Sorry for not properly reading, but the OR is definitely the problem because it tears the AND chain apart giving two expression left and right of the OR. The left part will not have the ProductMasterId restriction thus introducing these records into the result.
Hope that clarifies the problem.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Sep-13 14:01pm View
   
BTW: The operator != is fine if we're talking about T-SQL. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190276(v=sql.90).aspx.
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Sep-13 13:56pm View
   
My vote of one: OP's logic is wrong since AND has a higher precedence than OR. If the two conditions that should be ORed together were to be placed within parenthesis it will work as expected.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 4-Sep-13 12:07pm View
   
It most definitely is. I don't know why this was down voted.
Have my 5! :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Sep-13 15:34pm View
   
Well, no! If somebody designs his site as to not be displyed within another site who are you to challenge them. For more information you might want to google for "breaking out of iframe". Before abusing some site to integrate their content into your own site you should probably have a talk with them.
There's a chance they'll not let it do you for free though.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Sep-13 14:58pm View
   
Is this some kind of joke? If somebody had that code for android, what would be his incentive of giving it away to somebody?
There's an article here on codeproject that does this on the windows platform, good luck translating it to android along with all the libraries that do some of the image processing.
Manfred R. Bihy at 1-Sep-13 16:26pm View
   
You need to have sone one translate your request from your language to english. As it stands your message title and the body of your post show no coherancy. We can't understand shat you are trying to tell us.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 1-Sep-13 13:54pm View
   
You've got to more specific about the needs of your development.
1. Targeted users / business branch
2. Platform / OS
3. Built from scratch: language/s
4. Built on a framework/system e.g. SAP
 
I hope you understand that your question does not appeal to anyone because you have stated no usefull requirements.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 29-Aug-13 16:40pm View
   
Create a service? Have you done any research at all like using our old friend google for instance?
Just to jump start your researching capabilities try these as search terms in google: VB.net writing service
And if first you don't succeed try again with minor variations.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 29-Aug-13 14:39pm View
   
I hope you are aware that there are many unix shells out there, so you should at least tell us which one you are intending to use.
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Aug-13 17:19pm View
   
So your question was not answered, I think it was. You still haven't shown what you have tried and where exactly your problem is. We only help people that have shown some effort in trying to solve their problem. Do some work, show it and you might get some help.
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Aug-13 17:06pm View
   
Deleted
I'm not sure if you want to replace the content of the file or if you just want to rename the file. Please explain what your input is and what exactly the expected output should be.
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Aug-13 16:07pm View
   
Did you reset your counter value when the mouse leave event occurs?
You should really post the significant bits of your code by modifieing your question. That would be aof great help to us in guiding you.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 28-Aug-13 15:28pm View
   
WinForms, ASP.net or WPF?
Manfred R. Bihy at 20-Aug-13 7:05am View
   
I forgot that part about setting the Multiline property to true. :doh:
Have a 5!
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Aug-13 14:46pm View
   
@ridoy: Then why wasn't that your first move. I reported it 4 minutes after your edit and it was the first report as SPAM. You better line up your priorities.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Aug-13 15:09pm View
   
It would have been extremely considerate of you if you posted your findings and how you went about solving your problem. As it currently stands what you posted here is not a solution, but should have been a comment only. Please, for the benefit of all, post or at least summarize how you solved your problem.
If it would be to much information for a solution please do consider writing an article or at least a tip/trick so we can all learn something from your findings.
 
Regards,
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 16-Aug-13 9:24am View
   
Where is the problem?
Also, you forgot to mention the dimension.
 
Did you do some research?
Manfred R. Bihy at 11-Aug-13 15:29pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 5 \n First of all let me tell you I really like your tip, but I'm missing the important information on which set of browsers this has been tried and reliably works. Would you mind adding this to your tip?
 
Thanks for your contribution!
Manfred R. Bihy at 11-Aug-13 3:59am View
   
Would you mind showing us your solution?
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Aug-13 14:50pm View
   
I always thought curd was made from milk as in the preparation of such to make it into cheese: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curd.
What a cheesy question!
 
:D
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Aug-13 16:44pm View
   
OP has a formatting problem and not a problem with generating the numbers themself. In my comment to OP's question I advised him to use String.Format("{0:D4}", number) to solve this issue.
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Aug-13 16:12pm View
   
A number is a number, but what you're talking about has to do how to format the number when ouput. Please see here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dwhawy9k(v=vs.80).aspx
 
So to solve your question all you have to do is generate a number between 0 and 4999 and then Format it with D4 as the format specification. This will pad the output with zeros up to a length of 4 characters.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Aug-13 16:01pm View
   
Sorry, but that is not a solution to your question. I hope you're not trying to abuse CP here. You are just adding these numbers up.
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Aug-13 14:36pm View
   
Now that is a statement that should be taken to heart by everybody. It's not just for programmers or developers, but should be taught as a healthy part of work ethics to all. My 5!
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Aug-13 14:27pm View
   
So what have you tried and where exactly are you stuck?
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Aug-13 8:42am View
   
Thanks Maciej!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Aug-13 16:05pm View
   
I can understand that! That may also be the reason why appropriate quantifiers are missing.
beer {3,10} car{1,2} hottie {1,1}
Those are just my personal preferences of course.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 6-Aug-13 15:46pm View
   
(... and I want a beer... and a new car... and a hottie...)
I'm not sure your priorities are properly aligned, but my preferred order would be beer, hottie and car! ;P
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Aug-13 17:34pm View
   
I'm sorry to tell you that this is the Q&A. People come here with specific question to some kind of coding question and they usually tell us what exactly they have done and what problems they've encountered. An optimized cutting plane algorithm is just to broad a field to cover in this kind of forum. You'll have to do some Research yourself, start coding and come back when you can show us what you've tried and where your problem really lies.
 
Regards,
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Aug-13 16:36pm View
   
You can post links in comments, but you'll have to type in the anchor tag by hand. Just copy and paste won't work in the comments Editor.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 3-Aug-13 16:30pm View
   
The way you formulated your original question was not acceptable, as we don't offer any active advice on how hacking can be done. You'll have to research that for yourself. Advice on how to harden your code will be given more freely, so I decided to reformulate your question. I hope you don't mind my doing so.
 
Regards,
 
Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 2-Aug-13 9:00am View
   
Errr, CodeProject says no!
Manfred R. Bihy at 31-Jul-13 13:01pm View
   
All I can tell you it's a high rep downvote, I checked by trying an upvote.
I'm not sure though if your post is actually useful. Seems SA put OP on the right track.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 31-Jul-13 2:27am View
   
You do realize that your answer has nothing to do with OP's question, that apart from the fact that this question is way over two years old and that it has an accepted solution?
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 14:01pm View
   
Well that depends. Doing the the drag and drop is just one aspect of creating the controls. The real work lies in how to incorporate the controls into the form so that they behave like they should. I do agree though that SA should have kept with his usual response that the solution to OP's question is either just to broad for Q&A or incorrect. (@SA: I hope you'll forgive me my little jab at your usual responses to this kind of question.)
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 13:32pm View
   
And your question is?
What have you tried and what problems have you encountered?
Did Google deny you any results from your searches? (hint)
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 13:17pm View
   
Now that answer gets a well deserved 5! If people only took the time to look at what the visual designer generated as code there wouldn't be so many repetitive questions about how to "dynamically" generate controls at "runtime". That's the way it is done after all. :)
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 10:24am View
   
Corrected my solution, thanks for pointing it out!
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 10:18am View
   
Errhmm no! Sorry I didn't really think about it when I wrote that down.
 
My bad!
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 4:59am View
   
So you didn't even look at the code in OP's question.
Here I'll copy it for you: MessageBox.Show("Please enter only numbers.");
 
Manfred R. Bihy at 30-Jul-13 4:06am View
   
I know OP didn't tag his question appropriately, but do you really think MessageBox.Show(...) would be used in a ASP.net application?
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jul-13 18:06pm View
   
I actually like the idea of formatting an USB stick unwittingly plugged into one of my servers (while it's running). I've got to mull over this a bit. :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jul-13 17:30pm View
   
In ASP.Net?? Hmmmm ...
Manfred R. Bihy at 18-Jul-13 16:19pm View
   
A very well put question with a means to reproduce the behaviour. This question deserves a 5!
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 12-Jul-13 1:07am View
   
Reason for my vote of 2 \n This wrong on so many levels I don't even know where to start. Sorry!
Manfred R. Bihy at 11-Jul-13 7:28am View
   
Why wouldn't they work? You don't have to use "this", just use a valid reference to a form you instantiated.
BTW if you're ready to build your own compiler I'm not sure why exactly you are having difficulties with doing this.
Maybe you should explain which part is giving you trouble.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 11-Jul-13 7:21am View
   
Which part do you need support with?
Manfred R. Bihy at 11-Jul-13 5:33am View
   
Every form has the Controls property. First you create a control by calling its constructor, set all the relevant properties and then add it to the forms Controls collection using the Add method of said collection. There are many questions and solutions on how to do this both on CP and also SO. Just do some research by googling: add controls dynamically to windows form..
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Jul-13 14:57pm View
   
Thw word site in the sense it is used here means the place where building will be/was built.
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Jul-13 14:54pm View
   
Agreed, drive encryption is probably the best way to go in this scenario. The place I work at uses BitLocker for drive encryption, but there should be others as well out there.
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Jul-13 9:23am View
   
Nice find!
Manfred R. Bihy at 10-Jul-13 9:18am View
   
There are quite a few articles on reading emails from a pop3 server here on CP.
Please have a look at my solution below and heed the advice given to you to always do some research on your own first before you post a question.
 
Cheers!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jul-13 7:29am View
   
Then you should state what exactly you are looking for. You said you miss something. Collect your requirements and start implementing them.
 
- So what is it you are missing?
- What problems do you see?
- Where are you stuck?
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jul-13 5:07am View
   
Not if OP deletes the question I'd say, but maybe you know something that I don't.
I'm not able to see deleted questions, unless they'd be my own questions. Hmmm ...
 
*Looks inquisitively* :)
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jul-13 5:02am View
   
So you are really posting you secret twitter keys for all the world to see?
You are either a very brave or a very foolish person.
 
If these are truly your twitter keys please delete the question. Even if you edit the question people will be able to see all previous versions including the one with the key information still in it.
 
Regards,
— Manfred
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jul-13 2:06am View
   
So what do you think Windows Forms application means.
Hmmmmm ...
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Jul-13 1:55am View
   
Deleted
And a FileSystemWatcher has what exactly to do with OP's question?
:confused:
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Jul-13 7:36am View
   
Wow, a link to some localhost URL. And now what?

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