The first thing you need to do is to approach the client to find out what the requirements are. Find out how the application will actually be used (what the use cases are), and then look to break that down into manageable, easily created chunks. That's how you start.
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An OMR application will require a collection of image zones which you compare with supplied images to determine if an acceptable amount of pixels have been provided in any zone to create a 'hit'. There is usually a user interface to address values in a questionable range. Values that make no sense, such as two marks in a row requiring only one mark, must also be resolved by a user, or predefined rule.
Your correct. Sorry it was a long day and for some reason LPT1 was in my head and not printing. I was looking for a way to open and write raw data to parallel port.
Now that I have had a good night sleep, it seems like there is a way to write raw data to printer using the System.Drawing.Printing namespace. If I get time I'll dig out one of my old projects, I think I actually have done raw mode to printer, although it may have been over TCP/IP not parallel port???
I want to make a source code collection to use like a reference
and save tutorial source codes with those information into that collection
and I need somethings like 'Source Code Annotation' Like 'Code tools' of 'Post Message' from this website...
Help me... whatever however about that
I Use VB.Net ...
Thanks, for your reply ...
Maybe if you bothered to read the article you would find out how it worked and how it might be able to help you. You really need to make a bit more of an effort for yourself and not expect to be spoon fed for the rest of your life.
Why is common sense not common?
Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level where they are an expert.
Sometimes it takes a lot of work to be lazy
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I wanted to know if I can use Aforge library for YUV display in a GUI that I want to create, I just wanted to know if I can use Aforge for this?,
I have used OpenCV for this, But that is not customizable. Thus exploring other options