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Comments by E.F. Nijboer (Top 200 by date)

E.F. Nijboer 18-Sep-17 12:27pm View    
Simply use the Substract in instead of the minus (-) operator.
d1 - d2 -> d1.Subtract(d2)
E.F. Nijboer 9-Jun-17 16:09pm View    
No, sorry. Maybe post a new question here on codeproject with some code to help explain the problem.
E.F. Nijboer 23-Jan-17 18:30pm View    
Pretty old post, but happy it could still help you out :D
E.F. Nijboer 22-Jul-16 11:51am View    
Please edit the question and add some markup for your code. Also, add the the error message the compiler gives you and highlight the line where the error occurs.
E.F. Nijboer 15-Jul-16 17:19pm View    
Make sure the platform of both and c# projects match (so they have matching language runtimes). Also check if they still default to "anycpu". Also, not sure the ByVal might cause the problem. Maybe try it without to see if it has any effect.