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    Re: Separator Bars and menuStrips?

    Thanks for trying to make me feel better but I'm dealing with retyping a dang menuStrip with about 300 different entries and having to do it twice because4 MicroShaft failed to think out the design...
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    Re: Separator Bars and menuStrips?

    I must be getting blind (I'm 65) - They put them everywhere in VS but the black on grey blended together and I didn't realize that wasn't just the break between menu Items. Skinny little freaking...
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    Separator Bars and menuStrips?

    Rewriting an old dot.net 1.1 program using the new tools available in VS-2010. I am having one heck of a time with menuStrip on my mainform and childforms. I liked being able to add and put stuff...
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    Re: Any VS-2010 Gurus out there?

    No it coded it even though it had a perfectly good one in mumble.designer.cs and then it would use that to throw away my menuStrip1 I had laborously entered. Actually it did it twice - with a...
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    Any VS-2010 Gurus out there?

    I'm trying to build my first dot.net 4.0 program using VS-2010 and it ain't exactly like dot.net 1.1 which my former employer keep me working on. Things are going along great until I want to add...
  6. Re: Random choosing - but making sure everything is run at least once?

    If your not beating on the System.Random class methods, it shouldn't pose much of problem, but as you correctly point out the potental is there and sooner or later will cause problems even in such a...
  7. Re: Random choosing - but making sure everything is run at least once?

    I appreciate it - really - don't get to windows program or c# nearly as much as I'd like - still think in the dark ages. Yes - I read Knuth when the books came out - already been programming then...
  8. Re:Old School Answer

    Bobcat - I'm almost afraid to jump in here - what with these experts giving you good advice but I would approach it in an old school way. THe random number generator in C# is sufficient - quite good...
  9. Re: As an exercise - good luck!

    Some “Old Crows” I know would tell you that you have missed two key points. One, the encryption is simplistic enough to crack with a minimum of computation effort if an agency suspects some sort of...
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    MouseHover can't find Form

    I have a Multiple-Document Interface (MDI) application with three types of Child Forms that can be displayed in the MDI Parent using VS-2008. Each of these child window forms have a single control...
  11. Re: Several Questions about C# - Interested in Building Text Adventure Game

    Has it been 30 years? I have the source code on an 8" floppy which I have no way to read anymore. I hate to admit it but I had been programming for over 10 years when this "game" came out and it...
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    Re: Multiline ToolTips

    Thanks RaleTheBlade, The post was very old and had not received any answers but the question was pertinent! I knew there had to be several ways to accomplish this!

    I'm fitting tooltips to labels...
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    Re: ToolTips on a Tree Control?

    This is an oldie I came across looking for an easy way to do this.

    My solution was to type the '\r\n' in the designer where I wanted the line breaks in the tooltip which doesn't work but almost...
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    Re: Please help me with my C# homework

    Then I would think it isn't the median but the (n / 2) indexed value of an ordered array of total values of the invoices.

    I suspect you will get you full credit no matter how you do it!
  15. Thread: Thread Question

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    Re: Sorry

    As a different generation would say, "Me Bad." The NMath code is encapsulated in a DLL I have written and delivered and is being used by a couple thousand users with no problems.

    The last time...
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    Gloom Dispair and Agony for me!

    Well, I played around with Threadpool, tried several things this morning, all to no avail. The processes I am trying to Thread are complex Matrix problems and I relie on NMath routines to generate...
  17. Thread: Thread Question

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    Re: Thread Question

    Thanks for the suggestion Mutant-Fly, I really want to keep it simple if I can. I've did a lot multi-processor code about 20 years ago BUT have never done anything in Microsoft Era. I would love to...
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    Thread Question

    I am running .NET1.1 / VS 2003 and thought I had solved a problem and then I got slapped down. I get this message that says I am configured for only 32 threads. I only want five threads. Four that...
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    Re: not working for all screen resolution

    If you get all the anchors set and still have a problem BEWARE that a I had such a problem with good code and traced it down to a .NET problem with certain NVidia display card in certain Dell...
  20. Thread: Doing an MDI

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    Re: Doing an MDI

    That is a good link to a first step start. I took your query as a much more complex project where sharing information between child forms was the norm. That's what I faced and I could find little...
  21. Thread: Doing an MDI

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    Re: Doing an MDI

    If you find a good concrete examples, please pass them on to this forum.

    I too had a myriad of questions and attacked the problem one piece at a time, garnering information by reading microsoft...
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    Re: C# and Dbase programming

    I too remember the Ashton Tate versions and still have the manuals and 5.25 floppies. I've used them a lot in the late 90s and still once in awhile this decade. In the 90s, people would send data in...
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    Re: Odd Number Calculation - Please help!

    The sad thing is that the processor still has to do such rudimentary calculations internally even if it can do it in one clock cycle. To paraphrase the late Rear Admiral Dr. Grace Murray Hopper, our...
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    Re: Homework and beyond help!

    You can see my old school thinking is flawed. My thought was adding integers took only four clock cycles: load, load, add, store. In my day integer division or modulus took many more, even if you...
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    Re: Homework and beyond help!

    Hey MadHatter

    Da heck with the homework assignment part of the question but doesn't a "Modulus Operation" takes more horsepower (Clock Cycles) than addition. My "old school" solution was:

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