I am declaring a varible for Student Id in college/School like String StringStudentId="";
but not as String id=""; Or String ID="";
I am using this type of variable because of i need to know the variable for what i declared this. so, is there any disadvantages in this type of declaration??? if it has the will you please explain me??? thank you.
Here's a list of memorable quotes from Code Project members, indisputably choosen by me . Please feel free to signal new quotes.
Year 2009 - Current Quarter
Actually, I have ten monkeys (me not included) to assist me search MSDN. Because, I only have paper-printed version. They're like FASSTTT... You know? [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
Yes there is a way. Now can you explain what your sentence means? [^] --led mike
Nobody, and I mean nobody, is going to do urgent homework requests for you. That defeats the purpose of the homework you should be doing on your own so that you can learn.
It's unfortunate and inconvenient, I know, but education is all about learning. But that's just one of those annoying aspects of life. [^] --73Zeppelin
I'm not against managed code, but I don't like the idea of mixing up managed code with good old native C++. It's like eating garlic with ice cream. [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
p_1960 wrote: Hi, May i know the difference b/w ondraw() and onpaint()....
You mean other than what the documentation provides? [^] --David Crow
Somehow, the idea of mixing separate binaries, some with and some without debug information doesn't look strikingly impressive. [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
You asked three times in the C# forum, did you want C# or VB code ? Why do you even want to do this ? [^] --Christian Graus
Is this supposed to do something? [^] --David Crow
It means you've called GetQuotQuntityItem with no parameters, and there isn't a version of this method that has no parameters. You need to specify the parameters it's expecting because Object Orientation isn't psychic coding. [^] --Pete O'Hanlon
You think? Tea would obviously be a C++ implementation, none of this mamby-pamby-hold-my-hand-cause-I'm-a-little-girl languages [^] --Jim Crafton
Looks like an assignment and no-one is interested in doing your assignments.Not even yourself. [^] --_AnShUmAn_
What a relief to know there isn't a problem with LockWorkStation(). THANKS! [^] --led mike
Start off by taking your medication, put on your glasses and then read what you have written [^] --williamnw
I have seen some companies label such products "Community Version", aka discarded dogfood. [^] --Hans Dietrich
Re: Top Ten Web Brands
Facebook: 6.2x10^9 minutes.
That's a lot of time spent pretending to have friends. --Ravel H. Joyce
Probably, but you'll need to post your code snippets here (i.e., only relevant code), rather than require someone to download your whole project from some other site. Some of us have soap operas to watch and Bonbons to eat so time is important. [^] --David Crow
ghost90Tom wrote: New Person thanks!! My English not well, please take care of. thanks you!!!!!!
I'll take care of that and you're free to go now. THANKS. [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
It causes me physical harm to agree with you, but, I agree. [^] --Christian Graus
If only somebody somewhere would invent a technology that allowed you to search[^] over billions of pages of indexed content based on keywords. Why, if they could do that, they'd be rich - they might actually be worth 3 or 4 dollars.
How to centre a datarowview column heather? [^] --ArielR
Just be thankful your cab wasn't being remote-operated from a cabbie outsourcing company. [^] --Hans Dietrich
anupmadathil wrote: its verry urgent
Funny, it's not urgent to me at all. [^] --Christian Graus
Note that I (a) read the forum guidelines about using the pre tag, (b) formatted your code so it is readable, and (c) have located my Caps Lock key. I did however use multiple exclamation marks so it still looks like I was mad while typing. [^] --Iain Clarke
This article contains no content. [^] --Anna-Jayne Metcalfe
For urgent purposes, you can try TokenizeUrgnz(). [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
Sumanta Banerjee wrote: Can not create Inprocess Reco Engine
In the other news, KFC recommends pepsi. [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
your experience speaks volumes. Why do you want to add another chapter? [^] --Yusuf
You will be a better person afterwards, and will no longer kick puppies for fun. [^] --Iain Clarke
Oh didn't you notice, analogous to square roots, they recently introduced rectangular, circular, and diamond roots to determine the size of the corresponding shapes when given the area. [^] --Luc Pattyn
As for "...you can describe the flower, birds, grass, insects, trees, houses...", it sounds like Poetry SDK to me, and we've had that for 1000's of years. [^] --Iain Clarke
first of all it is very ambitious to mention Windows, real-time and 5 or 20 msec all in one sentence. [^] --Luc Pattyn
VuNic wrote: How will it allow you to create buffers without knowing the size?
Some versions of the GNU C compilers allocate memory equivalent to the size of a medium grapefruit and hope for the best when the size requirement isn't exactly known. [^] --Rajesh R Subramanian
So - you might be interested to know that C/C++ uses zero-based arrays, not one-based arrays? [^] --Stuart Dootson
If the Lord God Almighty had consulted me before embarking upon the Creation, I would have recommended something simpler. -- Alfonso the Wise, 13th Century King of Castile.
This is going on my arrogant assumptions. You may have a superb reason why I'm completely wrong. -- Iain Clarke
I have only recently become more active in the C++ community. Recognition comes to those who contribute exceedingly over a long period. There are many others who have contributed much more than me and who deserve to be awarded. For example, I thought Stuart Dootson[^] would become MVP for sure. You are correct about Jijo raj[^] in that he is very talented and helpful but perhaps it was our low post-count and lack of articles which worked against us. We will have much improving to do this year.