Ok, so it seems that i was all the time looking in the wrong dirrection...it wasn't my comboBox population that was failing..it was the insert to the db that was causing the issue...i in my haste set a parameter up that looked to the selected ITEM, not the selected Value...
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Dim Beautiful As String
Beautiful = "ignorant"
Label1.Text = "The world is full of " & Beautiful & " people."
I have a form with multiple panels. when I switch a different panel to the front via the "bringtofront" method, and send the top one to the back via the "sendtoback" method, the background image for the panel I'm trying to bring to the front is not redrawn. I have tried invalidating and refreshing the form and it's client controls, have tried the same with the panel. I'm not having any luck. The images are imported resources, I don't think reassigning the image is the proper way, surely there's a way to persist the graphics back onto the background image of the panel. I'm thankful for your help,
Is it possible to have the colour of a Datagrid row different from the
other rows depending on the value in one of the cells.
For example if I have a list of products and prices can I make the row
highlighted red if the price is 0.00
If so how do I go about doing it?
I'm not sure if this is the forum to post this question, but I would be very appreciative if someone could point me in the right direction.
I'm using Managed DirectX (August 2005 update) to draw 3d graphics using C# as the base language. I'm learning as I go (as usual -- hehe ) and I can't figure out how to do something.
I need to be able to copy the contents of a directX window to the clipboard. When I was using OpenGL, I would get the data into a .NET Bitmap object (by copying pixels over into the BitmapData) and then copy that bitmap object to the clipboard. I can't seem to be able to wrap my head around this concept in DirectX, though...if it's even possible. I've discovered how to save a screenshot to a .bmp file (using the Surface object), but haven't been able to find anything about the clipboard.
Is there a way to get the screenshot into a .NET Bitmap object from DirectX? Has anyone ever done this before?
1.Download the file. Look up for this HttpWebRequest, or WebClient in MSDN (WebClient is somewhat easier to use for the first time). If you dont know, also look up HTTP communication
2.Save the the downloaded string into a text file, look up IO e.g.: StreamWriter
// both these instance of DateTimePicker showing time in Custom format that is hh:mm tt
//dtp2 is always greater or equal to dtp1
//when i calculate timeSpan(Difference) between these tow instances' values the the expected(requird) and actual result is as follows;
My app will be placed on a touch panel LCD. I need to be able to fire the ContextMenu from a simple button control placed on the form. Traditionally, the user would right click to pull this menu up. however, I need it to do that as well as from a button. Thanks.
I've got a file with windows-1256 encoding. Would you tell me how I can read such file character by character? I don't want to read whole the file at once, it's important to read it character by character. But I don't know how to read a file with such encoding?!
Thank in advance!
So basically, you're getting an Encoding object, passing in 1256 as the codepage. Then, reading each byte in from the stream one at a time, you're using the GetChars method to convert each byte and then grab a char from it. Hope that helps.
Picture a huge catholic cathedral. In it there's many people, including a gregorian monk choir. You know, those who sing beautifully. Then they start singing, in latin, as they always do: "Ad hominem..."