Version 2.0 without any Service Pack is the last version with support for Windows 98 and Windows Me. Version 2.0 with Service Pack 2 is the last version with official support for Windows 2000 although there have been some unofficial workarounds published online to use a subset of the functionality from Version 3.5 in Windows 2000. Version 2.0 with Service Pack 2 requires Windows 2000 with SP4 plus KB835732 or KB891861 update, Windows XP with SP2 or later and Windows Installer 3.1 (KB893803-v2)
Win98 only supports a limited set of the classes of .NET2.0, and only without service-packs. Your development-machine doesn't change that. And yes, when you run into a problem using ancient software, support is virtually non-existing.
Im fairly new to this so please bear with...
I'm using the tutorial @ http://www.kelvinluck.com/assets/jquery/datePicker/v2/demo/index.html
to allow the user to select dates from a calendar
however I can't seem to get it working could someone please advise if I am going about this the wrong way...
'jquery.datePicker.js & datePicker.css' can be downloaded at near the top of the page on...
1)copy the code in the '•jquery.datePicker.js ' inside my <script> tags in my view
2) copy the datePicker.css code into my css file
3) paste the following into the top of my view page:
This does not work...iv tried doing the first demo and replacting the .js data inside my <script>tags wit $(function()
and then adding the following to .css
/* located in demo.css and creates a little calendar icon
* instead of a text link for "Choose date"
margin: 5px 3px 0;
background: url(calendar.png) no-repeat;
background-position: 0 -20px;
/* makes the input field shorter once the date picker code
* has run (to allow space for the calendar icon
could someone please tell me what I am doing wrong?
If you want to restrict the class so that it can only be seen by one particular external assembly, you use internal to limit the scope to the current assembly, and then you implement InternalsVisibleTo[^] to link this to the specific assembly.
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