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This is not a good question - we cannot work out from that little what you are trying to do.
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I have got to say that this is one of the best new language features that I have seen in a long time. Last I can recall specifically that I liked was generics in Java - like them but didn't care much for the hacked implementation required to make them 'fit' in java.
But, at least based on this description for the feature above in C#, I like the idea and how they are going to implement it.
I am trying to create a C# widows form application that allows people to attend a group and sign up to one of the days they have. I would like the users to be able to sign in inputting their name, organisation, group and then using an automated time, to sign out. This data should then be copied to a database or file. they should then sign out later choosing their name from a drop down menu and again clicking a box so to get another automated time in which they will be able to sign out. The timein and timeout will be used to create a retention time in which the admin can access a page that displays this in a bar chart. There should be an option to register users to a group or create a group on the admin page.
I have tried searching for tutorials and need help being pointed in the right direction.
I am stuck with trying to get the local database to accept data and ensuring my SQL commands are safe. I would also like help for what you would do if creating this application.
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