That depends on how you graphed this and what library you used.
A graph is just an output display. Chances are really good you're not going to be able to get data back from the graph at any arbitrary point you want. You're going to have to use your existing data and calculate that point yourself. Depending on the graphing library, you can then add this new line to the graph.
We can't tell you how to do that because we know nothing about your code, data, graph type, library you used, ... nothing.
I have downloaded the specific workload I want in Visual Studio 2017. But when the process was over and I looked on my drive there are not one but two folders present. One is called VS2017 (that's the one I named it on the command line) and the other one is called visualstudioprofessional2017.
So why do I have two folders?
And I want to make an .iso so when I put the DVD in my drive all I have to do is double-click the drive icon and the installation program will start?
I have tried about five times now and I have made my autorun.inf file but when I double-click the drive icon the installation program does not start. All I see is the contents of the disk.
Visual Studio generally - and Visual Studio 2017 specifically - has an online installer and if you lose connectivity during the installation you can run into problems. However, they haven't got an ISO available for downloading for legal reasons. They can't package up the Android Installer from Google, for example, into an ISO. The user needs to download certain things themselves dynamically.
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I can give you a better option for this, please consider using Visual Studio Code, and add the Python extension for that. It has the best in the class support for Python—I have personally enjoyed working in Visual Studio Code, as compared to Visual Studio or PyCharm. Visual Studio 2010 is really outdated, and you are not going to get the best experience for development, at all.
How do I see code that I have just reviewed in TFS in Visual Studio?
Another developer has made code changes to the project and submitted a code review. I reviewed the code and made the automated"Looks Good" response.
I have learned that he did not complete the process to check the code in. How do I go about looking at his changes? He says that it is on his local computer but, then again, I saw the code changes. Please advise.
I have created Windows form application, in which the user inputs data into a form, however the amount of forms each user will have will be different.
My initial solution was to have my forms on tabs, and the user can add as many tabs as they want, and a new form gets renderred on each new tab. However I then need to sum and average some of the values from each form, which I struggled to do.
It was suggested to me that it would be a better idea to have a single form, and a button which once clicked stores the input data, and refreshes the form, when the user proceeds to the next stage, I would then need to retrieve those values and average or sum them.
The stored user input will need to be organised and I will need to recall the values later on.
Would it be better to store the user input in a file or to create a database for this sort of thing?
I've never done either, so I'm not sure which applies better to the situation.
It is not clear what sort of information is being entered onto the form, or how much. Once the user has entered all the information do you need to save it for a later time? Is this a stand-alone application or will the data be stored among multiple users? You need to address those questions first to decide how much data you will need to manage. For example if the user enters up to twenty transactions and just needs a display or printout with some totals then you should not need to store anything, just perform the calculations. If, however the data will be cumulative over a period of days, weeks or months, then a file or small database is probably necessary.
Hello, thank you for your reply, and apologies for the lack of details in my initial question.
This is a stand alone application, and the data doesn't need to be saved for a later time, and data will not be shared between users, it's for one user to input their data and carry out an assessment, the user can then note down the results, but none of this needs to be stored into the app for a later time.
It's a 2 stage assessment, the first stage requires the user to fill out a number of forms with structural details of columns, depending on how many columns they have, and the second stage needs to sum some of those column values and some will need to be averaged, to then display the final values of the assessment, onto a final form.
Only numbers are entered into each form, and results will also be in the form of numbers which are then displayed on a graph. There are around 30 text boxes of user input, which are input into a input form that pops of from a button from the parent form, stage one of the assessment is then carried out for each column on each parent form. Each parent form renderred onto a new tab using this EasyTabs solution Creating a C# Application with Chrome-Style Tabs using EasyTabs in WinForms - YouTube[^] that I found online.
I'm an absolute beginner on C# , so I couldn't figure out how I would take a value from each form and display the sum or average onto the final form, if I don't know how many forms there will be for each user during run time, as each user will have a different amount, I was thinking it's maybe some sort of loop during run time, but I'm just not sure what that would look like.
After speaking to a friend, they recommended a single form, with a save and refresh button, where the data gets saved onto a file, and then gets retrieved would be better, but there are say 10 different user input values that need to be picked up from each form, and then averaged or summed, I started learning about StreamReader and StreamWriter and how files work in C#, but it was really difficult to figure out how to lay out the data in the file, how to get C# to sum the correct values together etc etc.
To be honest, as an absolute beginner I would suggest you forget C# and use a ready made system like Excel. If you are determined to use C# then using some ready made controls such as DataGridView Class (System.Windows.Forms) | Microsoft Docs[^] would probably be better than 30 textboxes. You can then easily iterate the rows and columns to sum or average the numbers.
Well that's the thing, I already have it on Excel, and would like to convert it into an application, and although on DataGridView it may not be as separated, and as clear for the user, it probably is the better approach, and like you said it would be a lot easier to obtain the final values.
Thank you for your reply, I was wondering if I could have a gridlayout file for each user, rather than a database because I don't need to store the data for a later time (after the user is finished with the app) or I don't need the data to be shared among all users, I just need it to store input from the current user (while the app is still in use) and then retrieve that input in a textbox on a final form, as a sum or average of values inputted into each previous window.
However because the number of windows "forms" for each user will be different, and so the number of values added to the list/database/file is not a set amount, I'm trying to figure out how to tell C# to go through each window, pick out the value from that window, add it to the list/database/file, find the average, and display that to a textbox on the a final window. If I was to store the input from each window to a file, then I would need to tell C# to read the file and only pick up the value that I need, add it to a list , find the sum/average and display that to a textbox, however I think it would be difficult to tell C# exactly what to read from the file unless it's in a column/row layout and each cell has a reference.. so I'm not sure how to do this, I have got quite far with the application, and this is the only thing holding me back from completing it, so I would really like to try and make it happen..
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