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    Re: Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    Hello guys,

    Calling the Socket.Close() will do the trick as Mutant Fruit already said.
    This makes thus possible to complete my concept for writing a GUI friendly socket class.
    There are several...
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    Re: Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    Mutant Fruit,

    Thnx for your respons.

    This is not happening, it doesn't return with 0 bytes. I know this concept, cause that is what I do using C++ with win32 API. So though I call...
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    Re: Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    MadHatter,

    I disconnected the socket while it was connected, but Socket.Read(...) didn't return with an exception or something it just kept waiting for some data to receive in blocking mode,...
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    Re: Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    Thanks for the reply,

    What I did is wrote a simple server (in C++) which creates a new thread when accepted a clientconnection (which is the one written in C#). In the created thread of the...
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    Re: Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    Dear friends,

    I use TimeOut because I run this piece of code in a seperate thread. To signal the thread that it has to close, I want to check, in the thread ofcourse, the signalstate...
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    Socket Blocking Read TimeOut!

    After calling Socket.Read(...), the socket times out after 5000 ms. Because I set Socket.ReceiveTimout to 5000. If it times out, an exception occurs and catch the exception. But I don't need to do...
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    Re: How to detect deadlocks?

    Hello guys,

    I was searching the problem of deadlock, I did a lot of trace-loggings to follow exactly what's going on. I printed the logs and marked every thread where they are and what they do,...
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    Re: How to detect deadlocks?

    It really is hard,

    I put everywhere trace's to follow what's going on in my app, but it's hard to understand what's going on.

    Is there a way to include thread-names when calling...
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    How to detect deadlocks?

    Hello friends,

    I'm an allround programmer (C++, embedded C and a bit C#).
    I want to show some logging on a simple form from multiple threads. But I get situations where I got stuck in a deadlock....
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    Re: Write JPEG file from jpeg data?

    Thanks for your post guys!

    Mr. Acces violation, you are totaly right about the useless jpeg data. The code is not wrong, but I understood the documentation wrong. I analized the data and found out...
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    Write JPEG file from jpeg data?

    Hello best programmers,

    I have a small camera module I communicate with via serial port.
    I can read data from the camera which is a JPEG compressed format picture of VGA size (640x480), but it...
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    Something like a delegate!

    Visual Studio 2005.
    C# beginner
    Experience: C/C++ (Visual C++)



    Hello best programmers,

    From my class I want to call a function which is in the Main(). The problem is, my class will be...
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    Re: Using delegate for receiving data.

    Matthias,

    Thank you very much for your value posts.
    I think I need to study some techniques in C# how to post a "message" from one thread to another thread.

    I also read that delegate and event...
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    Re: Using delegate for receiving data.

    Thank you for your reply my friend,

    Than what is the purpose of an event?
    In that case I can throw away the event and use only a delegate to call a function.

    Isn't that when an event has fired...
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    Re: How to use pointers in C#?

    I rather do the safe way, that's why C# is written for I think.
    Otherwise we should go back to C++.
    I must learn and understand the C# philosophy, I think that's the difficult part. To distinguish...
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    Re: Using delegate for receiving data.

    Hello MathiasD,

    First, thank you very much for your reply and your time to give me an example.
    I understand your example, and found out it's not so easy to implement an event. It takes some lines...
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    Using delegate for receiving data.

    Hello best programmers,

    I manged to get a socketconnection with another pc and I can receive data and read it. Now I want to call a function in the main when I receive data. I understand I need to...
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    Re: How to use pointers in C#?

    Thank you very much for your reply Boudi,

    Your post is very clear, I understand that I have to make everything, like variables, functions etc..., as members of a class. And when instantiated, the...
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    How to use pointers in C#?

    Hello best programmers,

    I'm actually from the C/C++ corner, so maybe I'll ask a stupid question about C#. Suppose I call a function/method and give a pointer as an argument, is this possible in...
  20. Thread: Closing Form

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    Re: Closing Form

    Ok, I got it:

    private void MainMap_FormClosed(object sender, FormClosedEventArgs e)
    {
    }

    Create eventhandler in MainForm.designer by dubbleclicking in the propperty item. and do some...
  21. Thread: Closing Form

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    Re: Closing Form

    How about closing the main application and before closing you want to do some processing. For example, before closing all created files must be deleted.
    In C++ you can do that in the constructor of...
  22. Re: MSVS++ editor syntax highlighting/etc options

    Maybe Ctrl+} would work?
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    Re: To hide a window

    I guess Sangeeta means painting in the background. I actually don't know how your program behaves. I think it should be possible, you need to do the painting in an apart thread...or something.
  24. Re: Converting a string into a line of code.

    Hahaha,

    That's funny, only Hobson understood Fatboy's question.
    Fatboy would like to create an application something similar like Matlab (but I guess a very small one).
    Peace!
  25. Re: Convert strange characters into normal and back.

    Hi Cilu,

    To be honest, I have no experience with databases and XML at all. I just don't have the time to learn it with two kids and a wife. The youngest one is just one year, and that big guy...
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