Sorry. That portion may not have copied into the post.
The input for the program would be the string from a field in the report in MS Access.
The program takes the string and uses the QR Coder Nugent Package to create a QR code image.
The program will output the QR code image as the object that is printed in the report.
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That's just not how sh*t works. If you don't know C# well enough to show your boss he is wrong, you are in a world of trouble. You clearly should not have a boss who pays you to write code right now. You should leave this awful job, enrol in a course, and learn C#.
I cannot remember but it seems like a language I used in the past only allowed switches on integers. Christian implies that C++ is that way so my guess is your boss is not aware that most languages do allow switch on other types.
I am developing a Work Load Analysis platform and there I use System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting. The problem i have is, Xaxis is not updated when switching between different value types in runtime.
Here is the code, which i use to update chart from DateTime valuetype to int.
Here _EndWeek and _StartWeek are integer parameters pass to this method.