I started smoking because I was a very stupid 14 year old kid, unaware of the consequences and attracted by the forbidden. I'm really glad that didn't get to you.
Now it's a very difficult thing to quit smoking, just spending a day without one makes me a different and worse person. Many people say they don't understand how someone educated like me could be smoking. They always tell me to stop.
1 - The problem is, when I started, I wasn't educated enough.
2 - Once a addicted, it does not depend on the education anymore.
I really appreciate your iniciative. Hopefully, I'll manage to quit sometime.
I would like say thanks to you because i am really too much serious today actually i am also a chain smoker @ the age of 24 years (might be around 20-30 cigars/day). So now on-words I have decided to leavingthis.
Thanks a Lot.
Warm Regards bjdestiny "Affordable solutions for all your creativity needs."
I have read while posting the message that I cannot post a programming question here, but this is not a question here, this is just a link. If anyone can have a look on it, as I am eager to know, where I am doing it wrong.
If it's not in SSLCert.aspx.cs or to be specific, if it's not in the code-behind of the web page, this may not work as expected. Make sure that in the constructor of the class SSLCert, you initialize the control txtDisplay. Visual Studio will add code that initializes all controls in the constructor, but there may be cases where some oddity prevented it from doing so. So just make sure it's been initialized before it's used.
To confirm that this error is being thrown when you add text to the textbox, add this line of code
If it's not in SSLCert.aspx.cs or to be specific, if it's not in the code-behind of the web page, this may not work as expected.
See, I am working from last 2 years in .net technologies, which include 7-8 web projects and 3 Desktop Applications including one in WPF. Now, you may understand that I may be having this much concept that if a control is not on a design page we can not use it on the code behind this way.Also, the Callback method is defined in the same class SSLCert.aspx.cs
Now, the people who are down-voting me there, or providing 5 points to others, I request them, just to run this code in there VS for once. You need to just take a textbox named as txtDisplay at your design page, and call the method "SSLCertificate()" on the pageload. Rest of all will be clear to you that why I am pushing this thing.
This only works on native English speakers or non-native English speakers who are very fluent in English and thus their brain shuts off prepositions and other meta text. Non native speakers will be a little slower in comprehending any piece of written text and will thus be more sensitive to the physical words (rather than their overall meaning).
Funnily, this can be used to test if a speaker is native or foreign