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QuestionHow i can block the incomming network traffic using C# .NET Pin
Tahir Abbasi22-Apr-08 8:16
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stephan_00722-Apr-08 9:56
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well the input could be anything.
the only difference between the two lines is, one has an additional "1" at the end of every fieldname. so if you remove the last "1" from the second line, then you will get the other.

e.g.
name, address1, address2, postalcode, city, phone_1, phone_2
name1, address11, addrress21, postalcode1, city1, phone_11, phone_21

So as you might have realized the second line is the first one with an additional "1" at the end of each entry.

i guess meanwhile i found a solution to this problem:

first check if every entry ends with 1, then it's the of the second type.
if it is of the second type, then remove the last "1" by using Substring with the whole string without the last character (length-1).
The last operation will change name1 to name and so on.

But if the first operation returns, not every item has a "1" at it's end, then its of type line 1 and nothing has to be done.

in code its something like

string[] Checkforcolorsign (string[] input)
{
  int counter = 0;
  int i = 0;
  // check for "1" at the end (colorinfo)
  while (i < input.length - 1)
  {
    if (input[i].EndsWith("1"))
    {
      counter++; 
    }
  }
  // if all elements had a "1" then it is a colorinfo => remove it
  if (counter == input.length) //as many hits as elements
  {
    for(i=0; i < input.length - 1; i++)
    {
      // remove the last character
      input[i] = input[i].SubString(0, input[i].Length - 1); 
    }
  }
  return input;
}


Maybe this code will illustrate what I originally wanted to ask. I hope this code really does what I expect it to.

so if the input is e.g.
name1, address11, addrress21, postalcode1, city1, phone_11, phone_21

then the final result should be
name, address1, address2, postalcode, city, phone_1, phone_2
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