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0) you can’t recover a forgotten password if it’s represented by a hash value because a hash can’t be reversed.
1) there’s a possibility that someone could enter a different value that can produce the same hash result.
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I'm a new C# learner, I want to control "Chameleon3, CM3-U3-13Y3M" CCD by WinForm now.
The SDK example "FlyCapture2SimpleGUI_CSharp" could be compile and run on VS2017 system. So I created a new project and coded it by following example. I add the reference about "FlyCap2CameraControld_v140" & "FlyCapture2Managedd_v140" dll files in project. But it showed error message when it compiled. Does anyone know how to control it by C# in winform mode?
I have a C# windows form application which has an image of the world map. When the user clicks on any position on the map, I need to covert that point to Longitude and Latitude. How can I do this? Please help.
Find the boundaries (x, y - topleft and x1, y2 bottomright) in the coordinate system. Make sure where you know where 0,0 is.
if your height in pixels is eg 1200 pixels you know that 1200 pixels have a range of -90 to +90 degrees (latitude). if the width is eg 1600 pixels you know that 1600 pixels have a range of -180 to +180 degrees (longitude). From there you can calculate the value of degrees 1 pixel has for the X and Y axis.
I need to get a collection of files that can be selected with a openfiledialog and saved into a List or Array. Then. When The form loads, the files inside that List/Array should open into textboxes. Thanks.