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  1. Azure - Accessing Azure storage from EXE

    Hi,

    My worker role on Azure triggers the execution of another C# based executable (A.exe).

    The spawned [A.exe] is expected to write some files into my Azure storage location using the...
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    Solaris Libraries

    [1]
    What is the difference between libC, libCstd and libCRun in Solaris ?
    How does that map to the Windows environment (msvcrt.lib etc)

    [2]

    What do the terms "classic iostreams" and...
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    Menu based Vs Pure Dialog based

    Hi,

    We are developing a .NET based client application containing a number of controls and states.
    We are unsure if we should go in for a menu based application or a dialog based one.

    Are there...
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    Regarding UI Automation

    From :http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163288.aspx




    What is meant by "accessibilty features" ? Can you please explain in this context ?

    Also, I understand that the UI Automation...
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    Re: Understanding of errno

    func1() and func2() are not related.

    Basically, func1() by itself does something which sets the errno to 2, and func2() by itself does something that sets the errno to 22.
    But when func1() and...
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    Understanding of errno

    Hi,

    Just wanted to clarify my understanding on the global errno variable used in C/C++. The code is executed on Solaris



    printf("%d\n",errno);
    func1();
    printf("%d\n",errno);
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    Using VS2005 and VS2008/2010

    The development environment that the customer will be using to build and test the code will be VS2005.He is insistent that he does not want to move to VS2008/2010.
    But he encourages the use the Unit...
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    Windows Tester

    We need to develop a Windows application automation test application which basically records actions on any application running on Windows and replays the test suite.
    Basically, our application...
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    Encoding on SOLARIS

    On a Solaris machine, if LC_LANG is specified as ja and LC_CTYPE = ja, what would be the default encoding n that case ?
    Can the encoding be assumed to be UTF-8 or can it be assumed to be eucJP ?
    ...
  10. Encoding of VB String when passed to DLL

    A VBString (String) is being passed to a C DLL. The signature of the C DLL accepts the VB String as a char * parameter. The VBString is being passed as ByVal.

    What would be the encoding of the...
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    Re: COM Registration

    Hi Arjay, this command is being executed from the command line on the command prompt and not from code.
    Is there anyway to look at some location in the registry or something to check if the...
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    COM Registration

    A COM DLL is being registered using the regsrv32 command from the command line. There is no error message being displayed as a result of execution of the command. How can one determine if the COM...
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    UI redesign rules

    There is an application that encompasses many other small applications (which are separate exes). The main application is used to only instantiate the other small applications. The other applications...
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    Re: UI Design Suggestions

    Thanks for your suggestions. They do provide another perspective.

    What about a case where a single form could have sub sections like sectionX, sectionY, sectionZ.
    Each of the sections (each...
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    UI Design Suggestions

    In a desktop based .NET 2.0 Forms application, there is this requirement in a series of UI Form. Each Form is expected to allow the user to enter the 1) Basic settings and 2) Advanced Settings (if...
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    Re: Designing User Interface

    Thanks everyone for your comments. Makes things quite clear !
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    Re: Designing User Interface

    Is it easy for someone who has worked solely on Windows Forms to adapt quickly to WPF ? We have 2 weeks time before discussions with a customer, and would that be enough to get to speed on WPF - or...
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    Re: Designing User Interface

    Some people I have consulted with have indicated tools like : www.axure.com and SketchFlow for rapid prototyping.
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    Type Safe Code

    Was reading up the book "CLR via C#" and I came across the following statement :



    If your assembly files contain only type-safe managed code, you are writing code that should work on both...
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    Re: Designing User Interface

    Thanks kabben !
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    Re: Designing User Interface

    Thank you both for your quick answers. Looks like Visual Studio would be the way to go.


    Could you please let me know more about this ?
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    Designing User Interface

    Hi,

    We need to design a new user interface for an existing VB based desktop application - to be developed using Windows Forms using C# .NET.

    This is for a client who is quite finicky with user...
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    Character encoding across OS

    There is a client side component on Windows and a Server side component on Solaris, both built using C++.
    The client side component is an MBCS build application and sends character data over TCP/IP...
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    Re: Determing the version of Windows SDK

    There's another folder ---> C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\SDK\v2.0, which I assume are the SDK specific to developing .NET based applications (not many header files and lib files are...
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    Re: Determing the version of Windows SDK

    I have a Windows XP SP3 machine too, and looks like the Windows SDK is available at
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\PlatformSDK\

    As per Krishnaa's adivise, I looked at the...
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