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Joezer BH 17-Dec-17 6:05am View
   
Click on the text "Here is a link" above, it leads to a video
Joezer BH 16-Jul-17 9:37am View
   
Your question is quite impossible to parse...
Joezer BH 10-Jul-17 9:31am View
   
What do you need?
If you have not tried anyting it meens, first, learn to program in C#...
Joezer BH 10-Jul-17 9:28am View
   
What seems to be the problem?
Joezer BH 10-Jul-17 9:27am View
   
Do you have the languase support on your Windows10?
Joezer BH 18-Jun-17 7:41am View
   
You are most welcome
Joezer BH 4-Apr-17 11:54am View
   
Cheers,
Glad it helped
Joezer BH 7-Aug-16 6:04am View
   
You are most welcome :)
Joezer BH 16-May-16 0:39am View
   
You're welcome
Joezer BH 16-May-16 0:39am View
   
Glad it helped
Joezer BH 4-Nov-15 2:57am View
   
:) glad it helped
Joezer BH 21-Oct-15 7:34am View
   
5ed
naturally
Joezer BH 14-Jul-15 5:02am View
   
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It's a good question! However I am not sure you can actually do that up front.

Theoretically, the GC uses the Win32 VirtualAlloc function to reserves a segment of memory, and releases segments back to the operating system (after clearing them of any objects) by calling the Win32 VirtualFree function. So if you want to go ahead and try to manage the segments yourself, you'll have to put so much effort in it, that I'll bet it will surpass the dev time of your whole project...
Joezer BH 9-Jul-15 3:53am View
   
This time, you have made a premature judgement Sergey perhaps you didn't understand the question. Short time scheduled tasks and time syncronizations are integral to my system's structure (cannot elborate here due to intelectual property). What makes the application not smooth is occational "lengthy" GC activity that take up to 10 milli seconds. So if I can reduce those to around 1 milli, and providing that I manage my computation cycles correctly, I can improve the "smoothness" of my application tenfold. This is a major imporvment for my system.
Joezer BH 30-Jun-15 5:43am View
   
5+
Joezer BH 30-Jun-15 5:43am View
   
5+
Joezer BH 14-Jun-15 11:04am View
   
Most DBs are not designed to be embedded in your application, some (e.g. extremeDB) are but I would advise you to elaborate more so that you can better help us to help you...
Joezer BH 11-May-15 7:27am View
   
5+
Joezer BH 11-May-15 7:19am View
   
right you are! I missed that one due to the title ... fixed the title, and the A
Joezer BH 3-May-15 7:17am View
   
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Can you show your code?
Joezer BH 20-Apr-15 5:19am View
   
5+ 2 U 2!

Ha - We've updated the solution for SQL 2005 simultaneously
Joezer BH 20-Apr-15 5:17am View
   
thank you Maciej
Joezer BH 19-Apr-15 3:37am View
   
Not clear how the AJAX is related to the question.
Joezer BH 16-Apr-15 1:26am View
   
No Sergey, Thank you :)
You are giving posh answers all over the place!
Joezer BH 16-Apr-15 0:32am View
   
5+
Joezer BH 14-Apr-15 1:28am View
   
Unforunately, I am not familiar with a way to deny an administrator removing a software from his machine...
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 10:55am View
   
Since it does not contain the runat="server" property by default. If you add this property (and provide an ID to the control so that it can be referenced in the C# code) it will.
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 10:13am View
   
Right you are Richard, tnx for the notice!
I've created a second solution.
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 10:07am View
   
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You are partly right. The value will be sent back to the server but will not be reinstated in the Textbox after the postback
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 9:24am View
   
understandably, it's impossible
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 2:54am View
   
Thank you Rajeesh
Joezer BH 13-Apr-15 2:39am View
   
على الرحب والسعة
Joezer BH 26-Mar-15 6:14am View
   
V - tnx Richard
Joezer BH 26-Mar-15 5:55am View
   
"x was unexpected at this time"

??
Joezer BH 26-Mar-15 5:34am View
   
Yes, I understand that. Plus, and it will also copy it into all the sub folders of the sub folders etc... which is what I want to prevent
Joezer BH 26-Mar-15 4:44am View
   
As it's a one line solution I thought the "what have you tried" can be avoided.
It might perhaps be that I was mistaken

Added above some "what have I tried"
Joezer BH 23-Feb-15 6:49am View
   
fiCSed
Joezer BH 22-Feb-15 2:04am View
   
That depends intirely on the nature of the system using the datastructure. You are mistaken to make assumptions such as the one you've made.

An example can be when the elements stay pretty much the same in quantity but thier priority field varies frequently, which according to the nature of this specific question seems like a failry reasonable scenario.
Joezer BH 19-Feb-15 10:14am View
   
True, but the data structure would do best to be kept sorted on each insert/update rather than performing the heavy sort each time.

The sorted datastructure is light on the insert overhead and usually answers to O(n).
Joezer BH 19-Feb-15 9:18am View
   
In your code you sort the dictionary on each get request. That is poor performance.
Joezer BH 19-Feb-15 5:16am View
   
An improvment that will answer to the request of the iteration on the Tpriority key can be to make the "lis" dictionary a SortedDictionary
Joezer BH 19-Feb-15 5:14am View
   
Good question ...
Joezer BH 4-Feb-15 5:07am View
   
Glad it helped :)
Joezer BH 20-Jan-15 3:51am View
   
Show some more of your code so that we can suggest a solution relevant to it.
Joezer BH 19-Jan-15 5:49am View
   
How do you know which elements in the second array are relating to a specific person?
Joezer BH 11-Jan-15 9:15am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1 \n There are already too many Tips and Articles that cover this tiny content. Perhaps add items speficif to SQL Server 2014, that could easily be worth an upvote...
Joezer BH 29-Dec-14 11:13am View
   
You'll have to make some more effort to explain yourself, what you've done, provide your code etc.

Cheers,
C
Joezer BH 1-Dec-14 8:00am View
   
We don't have enough to work with, try to explain what happened, what actions have you taken just before it happened etc.
Joezer BH 23-Nov-14 8:36am View
   
You (wrongly) assume that there is no problem with either the path itself or that the requested path is what is should have been.

But is just so happens that those are the places one should check first.
and in quite so much of the situations it's that small thing that solves it.

If it's something else, then we'll need to tag the question as "Unclear or Incomplete"...

Joezer BH 23-Nov-14 4:35am View
   
Hi Bill,

Somewhat of a harsh response I'd say :)
However, I've added the obvious two lines that you thought should follow explicitely...
Joezer BH 27-Oct-14 10:36am View
   
Is this supposed to be a TIP?
Joezer BH 15-Sep-14 6:06am View
   
^[A-Z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Z0-9.-]+\.[A-Z]{2,4}$
is just an example,
you can modify to support nubers at the end of the domain like this:
^[A-Z0-9._%+-]+@[A-Z0-9.-]+\.[A-Z0-9]{2,4}$

Joezer BH 2-Jul-14 9:14am View
   
Naturally, this example requires:
#) A PrintDocument component named printDocument1 with a PrintPage event handler.
#) A Button named printButton with a Click event handler.
Joezer BH 2-Jul-14 8:09am View
   
Please elaborate...
Joezer BH 22-Jun-14 8:27am View
   
In this case, instead of:
s = s.replace("[img]","'");
s = s.replace("[/img]","'");

do:

var b = s.split("[img]")[1];
b = b.split("[/img]")[0];
b = "<img src='" + b + "'></img>";

Cheers,
C
Joezer BH 10-Jun-14 6:50am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 18-May-14 2:52am View
   
Grazie, contento che ha aiutato :)
Joezer BH 15-May-14 3:06am View
   
Glad it helped
Joezer BH 12-May-14 3:19am View
   
5ed!

BTW Sergey - Congratulations on the Author score (you just hit the 10K mark)
:thumb:

Cheers
Joezer BH 27-Apr-14 2:34am View
   
You're welcome,
glad to hear it helped
Joezer BH 22-Apr-14 2:09am View
   
Definitely a 5!
Joezer BH 30-Mar-14 5:58am View
   
Posh answer 5+
Joezer BH 30-Mar-14 3:22am View
   
You are most welcome.

As for the freezer, I'd be delightful.
Any Kwality Wall's branch near by?

;)
Joezer BH 17-Mar-14 4:06am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 5-Mar-14 3:12am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 25-Feb-14 5:28am View
   
What do you mean by retreive the changes?
If you want you can view the log files changes made on a DB, but I doubt you would want to do that...

If you want to pass specific data between the processes, you can implement a messaging technique between the two application (possible via a the DB itself) or some other IPC method which would be more efficient than using triggers.


Joezer BH 25-Feb-14 4:34am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 25-Feb-14 4:33am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 25-Feb-14 4:33am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 25-Feb-14 4:28am View
   
5ed!

:)
Joezer BH 24-Feb-14 2:14am View
   
5ed!
Nice & simple one. I didn't think they have that option.
Turns out to be a good question too :)
Joezer BH 18-Feb-14 8:52am View
   
Fact is that you hit the spot in this answer, google would reveal that there are scores of questions about the exact same exception and many can be answered simply by noticing what happens right after the "InitializeComponent();".
Any code that will throw an exception there will probably result in the same "XamlParseException was unhandled. 'The invocation of the constructor on type 'ChatGUI.MainWindow' that matches the specified binding constraints threw an exception.' Line number '3' and line position '9'." notice...

I think it's worth publishing this fact as a CP Tip.

Cheers, Canny
Joezer BH 18-Feb-14 8:19am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 11-Feb-14 10:11am View
   
Well said ;)
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Feb-14 8:33am View
   
It's nice to see a novice question with the user bothering to write down what he tried, I've 5ed your question for that.

Cheers, C
Joezer BH 9-Feb-14 5:00am View
   
You can comment below the answer
(you posted this as an additional answer!)

Cheers
Joezer BH 6-Feb-14 4:43am View
   
Very good answer.
5ed!
Joezer BH 4-Feb-14 10:29am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 29-Jan-14 11:45am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 29-Jan-14 11:45am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 29-Jan-14 11:44am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 29-Jan-14 11:43am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 22-Jan-14 10:50am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 7-Jan-14 1:52am View
   
You are most welcome
Joezer BH 5-Jan-14 11:20am View
   
Hi Karthik,

TIP: When you update important info that helps the user to solve the problem, remember to update the solution above with the info, it will help future users to use the info easily!

Cheers,
Canny
Joezer BH 5-Jan-14 11:18am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 30-Dec-13 1:49am View
   
Glad it helped :)
Joezer BH 30-Dec-13 1:49am View
   
You're welcome
Joezer BH 22-Dec-13 5:06am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 17-Dec-13 1:23am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 16-Dec-13 1:30am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 12-Dec-13 7:45am View
   
Microsoft started development of .NET Framework in the late 1990s, originally under the name of Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.NET_Framework_version_history
Joezer BH 12-Dec-13 2:03am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Dec-13 1:59am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Dec-13 1:59am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 8-Dec-13 4:49am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 8-Dec-13 0:51am View
   
Amen :)
Joezer BH 4-Dec-13 1:48am View
   
It will work once you have the permissions to that specific path.
Of course they don't have to give you permissions,
it depends on the path you are trying to use and the account you have.

Best to contact the GoDaddy service desk and ask them for upload folder path and the technicalities involved in your account management.

Cheers
Joezer BH 29-Nov-13 1:05am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 18-Nov-13 5:40am View
   
With your 5: 700,000!
Joezer BH 18-Nov-13 5:39am View
   
5ed!

And ...

Congrats for 700K!!


Cheers :)
Joezer BH 10-Nov-13 5:11am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Nov-13 5:11am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Nov-13 5:11am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 7-Nov-13 1:01am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 6-Nov-13 2:26am View
   
Thank you Herb!
Joezer BH 6-Nov-13 2:25am View
   
I'd link him to a later version (than this link's archaic 2003 code),
But sure, a 5!
Joezer BH 6-Nov-13 2:22am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 31-Oct-13 11:49am View
   
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Great Tip
Joezer BH 29-Oct-13 2:22am View
   
You posted this as an answer.
(you can post replies to answers, or update your question)

;)
Joezer BH 29-Oct-13 2:21am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 28-Oct-13 10:29am View
   
5קג!
Joezer BH 21-Oct-13 9:43am View
   
5ed! very nice answer
Joezer BH 16-Oct-13 2:56am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 16-Oct-13 2:56am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 16-Oct-13 2:55am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 15-Oct-13 2:14am View
   
See update in the solution,
I hope that's the issue.
Joezer BH 13-Oct-13 9:15am View
   
Which version (of .NET) is the Facebook.dll compiled for?
Joezer BH 13-Oct-13 8:36am View
   
Hi
Show relevant code (of the invisible/visible part)
Joezer BH 6-Oct-13 2:38am View
   
Not sure it's possible ...
each page is a different load, start fresh, but you can consider staying on the same page and changing the content, in frames, or HTML elements, and then of course you have full control on the sound element as well.
Joezer BH 2-Oct-13 8:10am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 2-Oct-13 8:10am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 2-Oct-13 8:10am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 2-Oct-13 8:09am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 2-Oct-13 4:01am View
   
Too little to work with...
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 9:20am View
   
You are most welcome :)
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 9:14am View
   
And you have records matching that day?
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 8:55am View
   
You are right! I've updated with a much simpler approach and code :)
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 8:33am View
   
See updated solution with editing the Time values of a Datetime struct
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 8:09am View
   
No, you still need to set the TIME, not only the date
Joezer BH 17-Sep-13 7:12am View
   
some more details and code please ...
Joezer BH 15-Sep-13 4:39am View
   
Great answer Alex!
Joezer BH 15-Sep-13 3:04am View
   
Out or curiosity: Why would you want to save on each iteration (instead of at the end)?
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 10:52am View
   
5ed!

I've just used it as a reference in a solution to the same problem :)
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 10:50am View
   
5ed!

I've just used it as a reference in a solution to the same problem :)
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 10:23am View
   
looks like the <tbody data-bind="foreach: showinTable"> bind is not working and the showinTable is not defined properly...
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 9:14am View
   
yes, but Javascript does not know the CS objects.
In the CS you call the object by it's name, in Javascript you need to get the element by it's ID, hence the document.getElementById function that I showed.

Did you try it?
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 5:08am View
   
Thank you!
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 4:23am View
   
If you have the source code, please show it, in order to help us understand what heppens
Joezer BH 11-Sep-13 2:53am View
   
You wrote 5 but didn't vote :)
I've added my vote to vouch
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 7:50am View
   
Exactly!

The problem is with the conversion of U_id.ToString(), it probably is input that cannot be converted to an Integer!

Try to see what the value of U_id is before you try to parse it, and you will see.
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 5:38am View
   
The best idea you will get by asking the developer of the software, there's very little we can do with your info...
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 5:36am View
   
What have you tried?
What problem are you getting?
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 5:14am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 4:53am View
   
Tnx for the correction,
it's not easy when you are not native :)
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 4:45am View
   
Maloniai kviečiame!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:36am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:35am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:35am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:34am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:34am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:34am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:33am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:32am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:31am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:30am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:30am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:29am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 3:29am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:59am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:58am View
   
You're welcome :)

You can click "Accept Solution" if it works like you expected.
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:55am View
   
so you can keep using double for the result and then show what you like, in any precision,
See examples added on the above solution
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:47am View
   
Please try to explain in more details
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:45am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:43am View
   
Thank you Sergey!
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:40am View
   
solution updated.
I don't understand though why you chose to use Decimal??

why not just double all the way?
Joezer BH 10-Sep-13 2:01am View
   
Tx!
Joezer BH 9-Sep-13 10:29am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 9-Sep-13 8:11am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 9-Sep-13 7:40am View
   
What exactly do you need?
do you have any problem?
Joezer BH 8-Sep-13 7:44am View
   
Try to explain more on the nature of your problem,
your line is just fine if you only want to convert the value (see solution posted below).
Joezer BH 8-Sep-13 5:31am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 8-Sep-13 5:31am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 8-Sep-13 5:28am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 8-Sep-13 5:27am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 8:40am View
   
5ed!

Good thinking, whether it is the issue or not :)
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 5:43am View
   
do you mean to auto update version numbers?
OR
to update an existing library (exe/dll)?
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 5:30am View
   
Thank you!
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 5:23am View
   
What is your current inventory?
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 4:48am View
   
5ed!
well done, with rough user conditions :)
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 4:32am View
   
See answer below :)
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 4:32am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 4:31am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 4:13am View
   
Most welcome ;)
I like that kind of posts - that's the perfect laconic answer
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 3:48am View
   
More details please
what program do you wish to detect?
Do you wish to detect process running for a specific user, any user ?
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 3:45am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 2:25am View
   
5ed! :)
Joezer BH 3-Sep-13 2:24am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 2-Sep-13 2:45am View
   
5ed!
The first link should be a Tip, but it's a great tip

E.g.: It will also approve strings like "11,234" as a number.
Joezer BH 2-Sep-13 1:50am View
   
Thank you Menon!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:42am View
   
What do you mean which VS??? :confused:
Do you mean which .NET Framework is was compiled for?
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:39am View
   
5ed! Not really an answer but with moral value worth a 5 ;)
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:39am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:39am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:38am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:38am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:37am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:36am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:36am View
   
5ed!
Joezer BH 1-Sep-13 9:36am View
   
5ed!