I have two Datagrids, one above the other with the same width and X starting point. Is there a way that when the horizontal scrollbar of one is moved right-left, the scrollbar of the other moves to the same position as well?
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I'm trying to decrypt some encrypted text that has been Base64 encoded. The following code throws a System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException with the message "Length of the data to decrypt is invalid." I'd appreciate it if someone could demontrate the correct way of doing this and/or point out the flaws in my code.
System::String^ Quantum::Util::DecryptString(System::String^ str)
using namespace System::IO;
using namespace System::Security::Cryptography;
I am developing application in VS2005 C#, Windows Mobile 5.
Please help, I have some doubts..
1. How to code for softkeys in Windows Mobile?
2. How to add background image?
3.If I closed the application, its still running at the background,I stop running programs also its still running,I need to remove the battery to shutdown the application.How to avoid this?
4.How to install exe file with icon/logo to Windows Mobile programs collection?
I am a newbie for WM development,So, please bear with my questions.
Thanks in advance
I am new to the .NET framework, but have a lot of experience with C++ and MFC. I need to do a simple thing. I am using a StreamReader to read lines of text from an ASCII file. I then need to do formatted reads on the Strings^s I get. That is, I want to read substrings, integers, floats, etc, from each line. I guess I could convert the String to a char array and use sscanf(), but that seems dumb.
I can't find any documentation on how to do this. Help!
By the way, are there any good books on C++ .NET that go over the class library ...
Well, I've found an answer that is workable and uses only Strings. There is a method String.Split() that lets one split the String into pieces - I use white space for the delimiter, and that gets me what I need without resorting to 'old' coding practices!