Create your own "date class"; it becomes self-aware and you don't have to worry about "attributes".
Which begged the question: where / how are the "dynamic" date range values originating in the first place?
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That's probably more to do with how you are retrieving and displaying it than anything else: "Hebrew" is a part of a characters set, and not all sets will contain the appropriate glyphs for it to display correctly. When it doesn't, one of the displays you get is '?' to indicate it.
The big possibility is that you are storing them in a non-UNICODE column in your DB: If it's NVARCHAR it's OK, if it's VARCHAR then it won't work correctly.
So start by doing "test inserts": use your existing code to insert a "known good" Hebrew phrase string to SQL, and simultaneously convert it to a byte array:
Then retrieve the same string from the DB (using your existing code) and convert that to a byte array as well.
Compare the strings, and compare the byte arrays. If they are the same then the DB and the store / restore code is fine, so you need to start looking at your display code.
Sorry, but we can't do any of that for you!
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A method returning a string value of html content when using webbrowser control in C# windows Application .I need to extract a specific data from the html table TD which has an id to specify . If some help me to extract the data easily with any methods . Thanks
<table class="userList w990 marginTop10">
<th class="w195 whiteFont leftAlign">Status</th>
<td class="even width150" id="status">Active</td>
<th class="w195 whiteFont leftAlign">Name</th>
<td class="even" id="name"> NATESAN</td>
RegEx is inappropriate. You can use LinqToXML if your needs are simple and you don't want to use HTMLAgilityPack.
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In the designer view of the form (not the code-file), click on the top of the form. In the properties windows, the form itself will now be selected. Amongst all properties of the form, you have one which is called AcceptButton (my mistake, I gave you a wrong name); set this one to the name of the OK button (you can select it). When that is done, you no longer need to write an event-handler (a method) for the button's click event; the framework will wire up everything and on click of the button the form will be hidden and return DialogResult.OK.
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Is the code that Phil.o supplied classed as an event?
You mentioned above that - Delegates aren't "the best way" to pass variables back, Events are (which use delegates, but hides the complexities from you).
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