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  • Object Sender and EventArgs in Visual Studio 2005

    For Knowledge:- Private Void Textbox1_TextChange(Object Sender,EventArgs e) Private is Modifier Void is Returntype Textbox1_TextChange is an Event So what is Object sender, EventArgs and how does it works? Maybe I'm wrong in above case but it's necessary to understand it better.

    Maheshwag260 pointsBadges:
  • Triggering a stored procedure from C#

    How to trigger a SP from C#?

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  • WPF and C# (challenge)

    Please follow the link and see in the top right corner, when you move mouse over the "microsoft.com" you can find the dropdown window which grows like some animation part and when you mouse leave the animation shrinks and disappears. I want to do that in WPF and C# . Could anyone take this as...

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  • SQL in an SQLRPGLE program

    I want to use embedded SQL in an SQLRPGLE program to search a file for a field entered in a screen to select data using the LIKE operand. This is my code C/EXEC SQL C+ DECLARE C1 CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM F0101JN WHERE ALADDZ = :SZIP C+ AND ABALPH LIKE :SINNME ORDER BY ABAN8 C/END-EXEC * I entered...

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  • Neutral network in C++

    Which tool we can use to create neutral network in C++?

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  • Finding the location of an executed program in C++

    Does someone know if there's a way in C/C++ to find the location (the full path) of a current executed program? I tried using "argv[0]" but it's not giving me the full path. Thank you!

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  • How to do non-blocking console I/O on Linux in C

    I apologize for the short question but would anyone know how to do non-blocking console I/O on a Linux/OS X in C? Thanks!

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  • What’s a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux?

    Does anyone know of a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux? I've been in programming for some time now (I'm still using Windows) but I'm just getting into Linux. A colleague of mine told me to use an IDE. Would that work?

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  • T-SQL stored procedure conversion to C# CLR assembly

    I'm wondering why it is difficult to find an example (in literature or Internet) example of converting a T-SQL procedure which contains "out" variables into identical C# CLR stored procedure. Is there something which prohibits this conversion? If not, can someone provide or cite example? Real...

    Tann5 pointsBadges:
  • Naming a thread in Linux

    My team has a multi-threaded Linux application that was written in C#. We have plenty of names for all of our threads. To help with our debugging, we need these names to be visible in GDB. Would that be possible? We know there's a way to do this in Windows but we're not sure in Linux. Thanks!

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  • Compiling C++ code on Linux and Microsoft Windows

    I'm trying to run some C++ code on Linux and Microsoft Windows. But I'm trying to include some code for only one operating system and not the other one. How can I go about doing this? This is what I have so far: #ifdef LINUX_KEY_WORD ... // linux code goes here. #elif WINDOWS_KEY_WORD ... //...

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  • What’s a good plugin for C# in Eclipse?

    Does anyone know of a good working plugin for C# in Eclipse? I currently have a Linux machine that doesn't have access to Visual Studio Express right now. I already have my Eclipse environment working but I'm trying not to deal with multiple IDEs. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Creating directories in C++ and Linux

    Would there be an easy way to create several different directories in C++ / Linux? Here's an example: I want to save a file to a directory: /tmp/a/b/c But there directory isn't there. I want it to be created automatically. Thanks!

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  • Printing colored characters in a Linux terminal

    Can I print different colored characters to a Linux terminal that supports it? I've been using C++ but I'm not sure if it's working correctly. Also, would it support color codes?

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  • How to create permanent cookies

    How do I create permanent cookies?

    Bhawna4asp10 pointsBadges:
  • Can I capture the Control+D signal in a Linux system?

    I'm trying to capture the Control+D signal in my Linux program and then write a signal handler for it. Is there a way to do that? As I mentioned, I'm using C programming and the Linux system.

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  • Transfer values to SQL database

    How do I get data from Windown form and store it in a SQL database?

    Gane10 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to programmatically create an Exchange 2010 account using C#?

    My friend and I have been given the task to write a program to automatically create an Exchange 2010 mailbox. Our research has told us that we need to use Powershell but we can't find the namespace to reference. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Suggestion of C++ book

    I know the basic thing of c++ programming and I would like to go deeper in C++. Please suggest me a good book on C++ for advanced topics (windows programming, aptitude in c++,etc.., )

    Rajeshu135 pointsBadges:
  • Collection Or Reference Of Multiple Runtime Controls In FLP For Only Specific Controls

    I have create two runtime textbox contols in FlowLayOutPanel as below.. One  Textbox Control TextBox tb= new TextBox(); tb.Name="tbox"+i.tostring(); this.FlowLayOutPanel1.Controls.Add(tb); Another Textbox Control TextBox tb= new TextBox(); tb.Name="tbox"+i.tostring();...

    Maheshwag260 pointsBadges:

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