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Casey Sheridan 11-Nov-14 21:28pm View
   
Aha. That actually explains a lot.
I have SE 8 but maybe my instructor has SE 6 or something.
If that is the case, that would explain why he marked it as failing to run.
Casey Sheridan 11-Nov-14 0:59am View
   
I have run every possible option and it seems to work as desired every time.
Casey Sheridan 10-Nov-14 23:52pm View
   
You make a good point.
In the actual assignment, the possible inputs were simple enough to case-sensitivity irrelevant but I would normally put them in.

Since the code I submitted for the assignment actually ran correctly, though, I'm really trying to figure out what was not acceptable about it--like did I break some crucial rule of Java or something.

(BTW, I don't do Java either. Only for this required class)
Casey Sheridan 10-Nov-14 23:44pm View
   
I certainly agree about there being a better way to do validation. I also agree that assigning the string to a variable would have probably been a better deal.
However, my biggest question is why what I did was wrong (not just "not the best").
Casey Sheridan 10-Nov-14 22:48pm View
   
The context is that we were validating user input, and, instead of using a series of "if's", I used a single switch.
Casey Sheridan 2-Jun-14 23:06pm View
   
What do you use to create your installer?
Casey Sheridan 25-Feb-14 19:44pm View
   
Are you in Winforms, WPF, ASP.NET?
We can't help without more info. (follow Maciej's advice)
Casey Sheridan 25-Feb-14 19:42pm View
   
What's wrong with it?
Casey Sheridan 14-Feb-14 19:09pm View
   
Is this in Winforms or WPF?
Casey Sheridan 8-Dec-13 22:44pm View
   
Hmmm... I haven't tried loading it myself. Maybe try seeing if Mahesh had any luck with it.
Casey Sheridan 25-Nov-13 21:43pm View
   
I believe what I found was for x64 so WinXP wouldn't work. Is your Win7 x32 or x64?
Casey Sheridan 4-Nov-13 22:10pm View
   
Yes, that's exactly what I meant.

I have, however, figured it out now. I detailed what I did in the solution I posted.
I do want to thank you, though, for pointing me in the right direction. You showed me that I wasn't really off my rocker like I thought I was :)
Casey Sheridan 4-Nov-13 20:02pm View
   
I had previously held such a theory but have not yet gotten the right effect.
More background: my pictures are being made into ARGB byte arrays.

Here's what it looks like with red and blue swapped and leaving A and G in place:
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=6A7E013B8B8FE514!2443&authkey=!AEJszMtaRMLYUQM&v=3
Casey Sheridan 27-Aug-13 8:28am View
   
I'll try to point you in the right direction.
Do you have the SDK for the ZK7500?
If not here is a link I found at least for x64:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vzw7tc7lyf0ossi/ZKFinger%20SDK_DLL%20Version10.rar?m
Casey Sheridan 8-Jul-13 9:41am View
   
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Nice summary!
Casey Sheridan 31-Mar-13 13:15pm View
   
Hold on, you want to make a web browser within a webpage?
Casey Sheridan 20-Mar-13 9:53am View
   
As much as I want to help, I'm sorry i have absolutely no idea where to start.
I too tried googling a few things and came up empty.
I hope someone else can help you.
Casey Sheridan 6-Mar-13 22:32pm View
   
You need to give some more info of what exactly and how exactly you're trying to achieve this.
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 16:31pm View
   
Thanks for the extra info.

I believe that I'll try to experiment for a little while before posting a new question. However, if I do post again, you are more than welcome to help.

Thank you also for the critique. I think that will help me.
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 16:28pm View
   
Yes, we're good now. Thanks!
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 15:24pm View
   
The answer wasn't up yet.
And, yes, I was a little frustrated by your first comment.
I'm sorry.
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 15:23pm View
   
Ok. Thanks for the solution.
Although, please suggest if there is a better way to learn than to search online. I was just doing what most people ask for.
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 15:15pm View
   
The key is not the quote. The key is how to detect what is closing it.

I'm expecting people who know how to do this to respond with their knowledge.
Casey Sheridan 20-Jan-13 15:03pm View
   
Do you have to run it as admin?
Casey Sheridan 15-Jan-13 20:58pm View
   
What do you mean "I have a json in my name"?
Casey Sheridan 14-Jan-13 19:17pm View
   
I was trying to create a sample project to take a look at your problem but I'm getting 200+ errors from all over the codebehind. I'm not fluent in C# (VB.NET is my thing). If there was a way you could post project files online, I can check them out for you.
Casey Sheridan 5-Jan-13 8:39am View
   
Do you have any knowledge of SQL or are you looking for complete code?
Casey Sheridan 12-Dec-12 20:52pm View
   
Can you show the code you're using to read the .doc and what is being returned when you run across a subscript?
Casey Sheridan 14-Nov-12 16:17pm View
   
Is there an API for attaching the scanner to a .NET program? From there it'd be easy.
Casey Sheridan 14-Nov-12 16:15pm View
   
Can you perform the calculation in the new window?
Casey Sheridan 13-Nov-12 10:15am View
   
Thanks
Casey Sheridan 13-Nov-12 10:08am View
   
I would accept your answer but it doesn't answer enough of my question to let me move on. I still need to figure out which version of .net among other things (please refer to question).
I don't mean to offend you by not marking you as the answer. Maybe I should just create a new question with one less aspect.
Casey Sheridan 13-Nov-12 9:54am View
   
There's really two reasons I want nginx (no, I don't really need it)
1. Fast always sounds nice, even if it won't benifit me much with a small site
2. I don't really like Apache having such a market share when there are other great servers out there.

So really it's just preference.
Casey Sheridan 13-Nov-12 8:32am View
   
This is good stuff. But, do you know anything about using nginx with mono? (Sorry I didn't mention server software earlier)
Casey Sheridan 7-Nov-12 14:28pm View
   
Is javascript enabled in your IE9?

Also I usually use <asp:ScriptManager ID="ScriptManager1" runat="server" />
Casey Sheridan 7-Nov-12 14:24pm View
   
Are you stuck to the SSIS wizard or are you flexible? I can't help you with SSIS because I only have SQL Server Express, but I could help you with other areas.
Casey Sheridan 29-Sep-12 10:38am View
   
You might want to tag this with ASP.NET as well
Casey Sheridan 29-Sep-12 10:31am View
   
Please mark the question as answered. Thanks!
Casey Sheridan 17-Sep-12 16:27pm View
   
I don't quite understand what's supposed to happen. I see that you are trying to get active users, but I didn't look at the code long enough to see what you're trying to have happen. Can you come back and explain more?
Casey Sheridan 17-Sep-12 16:23pm View
   
ASP.NET is for creating web pages and not tracking them. You should recategorize your question.

Also, I, with my limited knowledge, do not know how to do this with VB.NET (which I am familiar with) or C#. There may be a way, but I don't know it.
Casey Sheridan 3-Jul-12 7:57am View
   
Are you just trying to read the file in general or does it have to be programmatic?
Casey Sheridan 3-Jul-12 7:41am View
   
I'm not sure how to answer your question but I would suggest that you take the first part of you question out of the "code" brackets.
Casey Sheridan 2-Jul-12 11:22am View
   
I agree. I don't know of a way to do this in XP. Only in Vista/7/8.
Casey Sheridan 2-Jul-12 11:14am View
   
I guess I don't know for sure what you're asking. Are you looking for the names of the computers on a network?
Casey Sheridan 2-Jul-12 11:07am View
   
Please mark this as "answered" if Sandeep answered your question.
Casey Sheridan 14-Feb-12 16:22pm View
   
I admit that it would be easier if you simply explained the problem, but I think I see your point. Are you trying to just do simple math and carry answers from one box to another? If so, this should be easy.
Casey Sheridan 14-Feb-12 10:24am View
   
I'm not sure if I can help but I'll try. Can you please show the examinerecords code? Also, maybe I'm off, I'm assuming that you don't have the words "DOES NOT" in the actual code? Sorry if I'm making the situation worse.
Casey Sheridan 14-Feb-12 10:15am View
   
I guess I never really understood what a true hook is. Thanks for the note.
Casey Sheridan 14-Feb-12 10:12am View
   
I appreciate the help but I don't understand yet what exactly I should be changing. As far as the code not being good, I pieced together this code from a couple of other places so I'm not very good at understanding it. Code samples (preferably in vb.net) would be very helpful to me.