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    Binding data to textbox

    Hi everybody,

    I'm trying to bind a class variable to a textbox.

    the data class looks like:



    public class route
    {
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    Showing filtered rows in a data grid

    Hi,

    I have a DataTable(paceTime), a DataGrid(paceTimeGrid) and a Binding(paceTimeBinding).
    The grid is load via ReadXml; this works, all rows are displayed.
    Now, I want to apply a filter on the...
  3. Re: Accessing DataTables from Windows Form

    OK, BigEd, got me on that. I admit I'm with stupid. Got it running now.

    I Love this forum; you always get help.:thumb:

    A word to the youngsters:
    Books are those paper things that people used...
  4. Re: Accessing DataTables from Windows Form

    @dglienna: thanks. Just a small correction: the link is VB, C# is http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/cs2008samples
    I will look thru that; examples are always helpful.

    Anyway, may someone tell me...
  5. [RESOLVED] Accessing DataTables from Windows Form

    Hi, just started playing around with C#, and ran promptly into a problem. So here is -I think - a common newbie question:
    Using VS9 and .NET 4.0, I used the designer to construct a solution with a...
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    Re: Formatters missing

    Seems that they have been omitted from the Mobile Version - ok, wanted to go with SQL anyway.
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    Formatters missing

    I'm playing around with C#(i.e. learning) for Windows Mobile 6.5 / .NET3.5 with VS9.

    When I add


    using System.Runtime.Serialization;
    using System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Binary;...
  8. Re: multiple buttons using the same OnBnClicked

    and make sure that the ID's are consecutive - sometimes they tend not too, esp. when generated by the resource wizard.
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    runs ok under VS9, but not standalone

    Hi,

    When I start my MFC App from VS9 (via F5), everything works fine. When I try to execute the exe, I get the message:



    Runtime Error!

    Program: IdsPar.exe
  10. Re: reading a registry on an unbooted hard drive

    This looks like the right way, but seems to work under the XP - regedit only.
    In the W2K version, there is no Load Hive.

    I could connect to the old registry with the XP regedit and export , but...
  11. Re: reading a registry on an unbooted hard drive

    yes, thanx, I know. The others are:
    WINNT\System32\config\
    default.
    SAM.
    SECURITY.
    software.
    system.

    Those files are all databases, i.e. binary formatted. So its possible, but cumbersome...
  12. reading a registry on an unbooted hard drive

    Hi Folks, I have a hard drive with a damaged boot sector; the rest of the drive is working (so far). So I installed another drive with a newly installed W2K; the old drive is running as drive D:.
    ...
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    Re: Template Error

    Thanks a lot, Darwen; I am still learning... :wave:

    (Sorry for the "other side", but at least I didn' pretend it to be my own..)

    @STLDude:
    :confused: now that you mention it.... :D :D
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    Template Error

    Hi,

    I was trying to use this tracer I found on Codeexpert. On compiling, I get the following error:




    template <class T>
    class SS_List
    {
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    Hi Folks, Thanx for your answers. I just found out:

    There is a minimum timer resolution for timing functions, like sleep, WaitForSingleObject, etc. This value must have been - for reasons I don't...
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    Not yet, will do today.
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    OOPS, just recognized it's VC7, not VC6.
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    Those are my settings

    VC6:


    Compiler:
    /I "inc" /I ".\inc" /I "..\inc" /I "..\Dexx" /I "..\tools\inc"
    /D "WIN32" /D "_WINDOWS" /D "_DEBUG" /D "_MBCS" /D "_AFXDLL"
    /Gm /EHsc /RTC1 /MDd...
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    yep, same system.
    with VC6, I worked with the default settings; started in VC9 with defaults, too. Don't know if they are the same.
    Meanwhile, I played around with VC9 settings to get this...
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    Re: different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    by using the "QueryPerformanceCounter" call - using PerfTimer class

    I had the same thought 'bout those low-res timers; but why the diff between VC6/VC9?

    Mof, I was surprised about this low res...
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    different Timing behaviour VC6 / VC9

    Hi,

    I'm developping a program to control robots, where timing is important.

    For Timing purposes, I have the following thread:




    void TimerProc(LPVOID)
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    Re: Devenv exception

    Sure, but it ain't much:



    then VC makes a restart.

    It also makes up a protokoll it wants to send to microsoft, here are some screenshots of it:
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    Devenv exception

    Hi,

    I've installed a VC++.NET Version 2002 on a W2K machine. Every build ends with an exception,
    the problemsignature is:
    AppNAme: devenv.exe, AppVer: 7.0.9955.0 ModName: vcprojectengine.dll...
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    Re: How can I make these two functions work together?

    Of course not; its a closed loop. you prob. mean something like


    do
    {
    time(&cur_time);
    numtest( win, lose, n);
    }...

    Another possibility would be a thread, but I think that's...
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    Re: What are these errors for...

    for(y = 0; y < 2000000; y++)
    {
    return 0;
    }

    is another part that makes no sense.

    And, yeah, the errors are there to tell you that something is wrong :D
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