Look into optical character recognition and neural networks. OCR will allow you to extract the text, and the neural networks will allow your program to learn from its mistakes (and it will make them!). I think that there are components out there which automate this for your programs
Contact your rentacoder client. Tell them you are a liar and a fraud, and that you bid for jobs you have no idea how to do, then expect to get a detailed solution to a complex problem by asking in a public forum. I very much doubt the little you're being paid is enough to buy an OCR library.
in my application i create a socket with the port no 7575 which is a well known port. but the problem is i'm not sure if this will be blocked when an anti virus software installed. so what i want is to prevent this risk by setting the port not to be blocked in any anti virus software.means with out touching the anti virus software, need to do it only through my application.any idea ?
First of all, ports are blocked in general by firewalls. If the user is running Vista, you can use the COM interface of Windows Firewall to unblock a port. On the other hand, this unblocks the port for every application. Why not just use a different port (I use 65535, there's a list on the internet of the ports each application uses [an RFC I think] so you could also just choose one not on that list)
i used the following code to run all the exe files listed in the list box control....listbox control contains a list of 10 exe files....
Now, if only 5 out of the 10 are currently running it should display a green colour otherwise a red colour....
How can i do this?
You'd have to iterate over open processes and work out if any come from this exe. You might also consider making your code a bit more readable, and perhaps even have it work with any number of listbox items. this is really ugly and messy
I am developing a website with DATA GRID that displays the details of a student. When I click on the registration no of the student, a new page should open with the full details of the student(Datagrid only shows important details of the student).
Please discuss your ideas to achieve this.
Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.
Maybe you could use the HyperLinkColumn class. It could be the column where the registration numbers of the students are; bind the column text and hyperlinks to the same database where you draw the student data from. You can read more about this class here.
public class class1
static void Main(stringargs)
string s1 = args;
string s2 = args;
int i1 = int.Parse(s1);
int i2 = int.Parse(s2);
int i3 = i1 + i2;
catch (Indexoutofrange Exception)
when i am running the application it shows the following error
the type or namespace name indexoutofrange could not be found and one more error is system.exception does not contain a definition for message
Can anybody help me to develop a voice conference application? I made a deep search in internet to study about voice conference application, but i didt find any helpful topics.
What are the techniques to develop a voice conference application?
hi friends i have created 1 activex in that i have error at run time which is
"Could not load file or assembly 'DirectShowLib-2005, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=67e7b740cdfc2d3f' or one of its dependencies. Failed to grant minimum permission requests. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131417)"
hi all ...
I found that alot of (server , client) applications have this part of code in the "server"
void StartMethod()<br />
mytcpl = new TcpListener(5020); // Open The Port<br />
mytcpl.Start(); // Start Listening on That Port<br />
mysocket = mytcpl.AcceptSocket(); // Accept Any Request From Client and Start a Session<br />
myns = new NetworkStream(mysocket); // Receives The Binary Data From Port<br />
mysr = new StreamReader(myns); // Convert Received Data to String<br />
string order = mysr.ReadLine();<br />
if (order == "SD")<br />
// we can add anything here<br />
else MessageBox.Show(order + " Request Not Found");<br />
mytcpl.Stop(); // Close TCP Session<br />
//when stop the tcp listener doesn't that mean that we stop 'disconnect' the socket<br />
// SO, WHY DO WE CHECK THE SOCKET HERE<br />
<big>if (mysocket.Connected == true)//Looping While Connected to Receive Another Message<br />
while (true)<br />
StartMethod(); // Back to First Method<br />
the Question is :
why to check if the 'socket' is connected where it is already closed by stoping the 'TCP Listener' ?
else MessageBox.Show(order + " Request Not Found");
mytcpl.Stop(); // Close TCP Session
//when stop the tcp listener doesn't that mean that we stop 'disconnect' the socket
No when we stop the TCP listener it does not mean that we will be disconnected .
To make it more clear , a TCP listener is a class which waits for the connection to happen at specified port and IP , the listener does not participate in actual connection and data transfer , the actual connection and data transfer is carried out object of class Socket (mysocket variable in above code) , mytcpl.Stop(); stop the listener that mean that we are no more accepting new connection , the the already connected connection are still there
I hope this is understandable
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