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Comments by Expert Coming (Top 31 by date)
Traversing the GridView is going to be a loop regardless. I would suggest using my solution above while adding the items, rather than add all the items and clean up afterward.
Help you with what? You have described what you want to do, not what is stopping you from achieving it...
What are you trying to do?
What is the error?
Mind posting the relevant code?
Nope. As far as I know, GMail doesn't allow you to have the message reply to anyone other than the authenticated user that sent the message.
Try my updated solution.
What part are you having trouble with?
Can you edit your post to include more information about the setup you have. What error messages are you getting. How did you setup the server? Any information you can give will help us help you.
Ah this is homework... My guess would be you have the serial port set to the wrong port.
What isn't working?
That sounds like a homework question. Simple research of SQLite will answer that question...
What are you not able to do?
What do you mean load an item? You want to add another item?
You are doing some very basic things wrong. The errors the compiler give you are either going to tell you what not to do, or give you a whole slew of answers if you Google/Bing the error.
Show us the code you have now that isn't working. Also explain what isn't working for you.
Post some of the code you have. Then we can point you in the right direction.
What is the problem you are having?
There are lots of articles about this on the web. I would suggest using Bing or Google.
I'm not gonna click on a link posted by a random person on the net. Can you try to describe what you are trying to do? Loader can mean a million different things.
This isn't something anyone can answer for you without some pretty hefty requirements listed. I wouldn't want to suggest a framework (or pick one for that matter) without knowing the requirements of the project.
What is this? Is this a bug report?
We don't just hand out source code on this site. If you wouldn't mind posting some code that shows what problems you are facing, what you have tried, and a more specific question people should be able to start helping.
That either means that IIS doesn't have permission to the path, or if using something like impersonation, the user accessing the site doesn't have permission to that path.
How does that solution not work for you? What errors occur?
What have you tried? How does what you have tried not work?
I did not read that wall of text you just posted. Can you add code tags and some formatting please? We are not going to just solve the problem for you either, you need to ask a fairly targeted question. What specifically isn't working the way you expect it to, and what have you tried to do to fix the problem yourself?
You didn't say what you are having trouble with. What is the problem you are facing?
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