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Comments by Karl Sanford (Top 6 by date)

Karl Sanford 23-Aug-12 10:07am View
I see you tried to reply to a previous answer of mine with this question. Unfortunately, I have no clue, I've never used wavefront files or meshlab. I did a couple google searches, and it looks like there are a couple projects out there to have a wavefront file format in C#, but it doesn't look to be very well supported. My suggestion would be that you will need to find the file type standard (if it exists) and create your own implementation.
Karl Sanford 26-Jul-12 12:02pm View
So you want help cracking a license on a trial application? I don't think you will find anyone on this site that will help you do that. This is an issue you need to sort out with the creator of the program. You might be better helped by a good lawyer rather than a programmer.
Karl Sanford 25-Jul-12 16:00pm View
Could you try to initialize the Child property of the parent before you use it? Some thing like: obj.Child = new WMS.Web.Model.Child();
Karl Sanford 25-Jul-12 15:33pm View
What kind of problems are you having? We can't help if we don't know what's wrong.
Karl Sanford 27-Aug-11 10:42am View
What type of project is this? WPF, Winforms, ASP.NET?
Karl Sanford 24-Apr-11 13:22pm View
Could you please include the exception details in the question? The stack trace information will tell us more about where this exception is happening.

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