gud pm sir im currently using the sms application with the use of gsm comm library.
ive got trouble for its event handler in message receive event handler. it not firing when new message was receive by the system and i cannot display the message.
how can i display the message on runtime without using the button.just on runtime.
i have generated with Visual Studio 2015 a new Report in (german) Din A4 Format (210 mm width and 297 mm height->
8,27 Inch and 11,69 Inch
i can design my Report thats seems all fine. but when i preview it in the Report Viewer i've got always two pages.
the print are two pages too.
what could be wrong?
We'd like to start using source control and sharing projects again. I've tried looking at the web pages on TFS, and even created an account.
It seems like our code would be uploaded to a server somewhere (which the boss doesn't want).
Is there a local repository source control option?
We are using VS 2015 and 2013.
I need an app that will automatically deliver a new BBBBBBBBaBB (beautiful blonde bimbo brandishing bountiful bobbing bare breasts and bodacious butt) every day.
John Simmons / outlaw programmer
I'm having this problem with VS where out of nowhere I can no longer run. I compile then hit F5 (run) and nothing happens. The green Run button flashes then nothing. I tried clean & build, closing VS, kill all VS related processes... nothing.
If I log off and back on then it runs for a few times... then stop again/
Anyone know what this is all about? Any way to fix it?
Ok, so I work for a very large telecommunications company, and I have been working on cleaning up the mountainous piles of accumulated documents across multiple networks, rename each of these documents using a naming convention, all while our team continues development on the database that is going to contain said documents... for
That being said, I have been tasked with writing a program that will allow us to take a folder of documents, and apply our naming convention to every document within. I've played around with a few open source media converters, but have not found anything the suits our needs, and it seems like it should be that difficult to develop on my own (with a little guidance). I've used VS to make a few simple programs like a calculator and things like that for school, so this will be a bit of a challenge that I hope to rise to the top of.
If you're still reading this, I will update this thread, and may need to pick the brains of folks as I go along. Hello World!
That does not sound too much of a difficult task. Unfortunately you posted this in the Visual Studio forum and omitted to explain which language you are writing in so any answer can only be general. The process you describe is something along the lines of:
Get a list of files in the folder
For each file in the list
Rename the file according to your convention
The actual code will be a little more complex but not too much.
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