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    WPF Control Arrays?

    I've got a block of controls I am using multiple times on different tabs. I created a user control in XAML so that I could re-use this block. If I make a aesthetics change to it then it propagates...
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    Re: Change Password - Broken?

    Thanks! I have successfully changed my password...
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    Re: Change Password - Broken?

    I am pretty confident that I am typing it correctly. After all, I have to log in to post to the forums.
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    Re: Change Password - Broken?

    No luck with that link. I can't even authenticate.
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    Re: Change Password - Broken?

    I tried again and still can't change the password. Let me know what you'd like me to do...

    Thanks!
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    Change Password - Broken?

    I can't seem to change my password here. Every time I have to use the forgot password link to gain access. I then immediately try to change my password but it the result is an error which claims I...
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    Application Organization

    Let me preface this by saying that I am new to C# so you may have to explain things explicitly...

    I have an electronic device that is to be configured by an application developed in C#. The...
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    Re: Exception on arithmetic operation

    To answer my own question...

    I mixed C syntax with VB.net syntax. ^ is an XOR operation in C... in VB.net it's simply Xor. ^ is obviously valid in VB.net and so it didn't generate any errors....
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    Exception on arithmetic operation

    Why does this bit of code throw an exception?

    dim dataBytes(5) as byte

    dataBytes(0)=&H4A
    dataBytes(1)=&H1
    dataBytes(2)=&H1
    dataBytes(3)=&H2A...
  10. Received characaters clipped - System.IO.Ports

    I've got an issue with the data received (or transmitted) using System.IO.Ports. I have eliminated the hardware as the problem by creating a simple loop back such that whatever I send is echo'd back....
  11. Thread: SQL Question

    by eeboy
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    SQL Question

    Assume I have a table of parts for a particular job. Parts are added to the job as they are needed. Some times a given part is needed more than once so I could potentially have multiple parts show up...
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    Database - Table Set Up

    I need some help in setting up the tables in my database. I have a dataset of 'Assemblies' and a dataset of 'Parts' which make up the Assemblies. My confusion comes from the fact that a given part...
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    Re: Using LOTS of memory - Suggestions Please

    Thanks for your help!

    What do you mean by unaligned? From what you said... I take it to mean that by making the structure unaligned they are packed "tight" in memory. So, within the 4096 byte...
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    Using LOTS of memory - Suggestions Please

    I have an application in which I do some pre-processing of a flat file. The result of the pre-processing is a ton of data. Next, the application works on this data. This part is very time sensitive...
  15. Thread: Timers

    by eeboy
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    Re: Timers

    Well, I do understand the QueryPerformanceCounter() API. Ticks may not be the most appropriate wording... but a tick is a clock cycle which is quantified by the QueryPerformanceFrequency()...
  16. Thread: Timers

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    Re: Timers

    That's just it... there is nothing executing in the background (except for any services). It's a modern PC (Pentium 4) as well.

    Based on what I read with multimedia timers the best achievable time...
  17. Thread: Timers

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    Timers

    I need a timer with resolution less than 1 millisecond. I have found the QueryPerformanceCounter API. It WOULD work great however the ticks between two successive QueryPerformanceCounter calls is far...
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    Help With Windows MCE 2005

    I want to create an application for media center 2005. I find very limited information with a google search. I've downloaded the SDK but I can't seem to find a tutorial on the subject. Anyone know...
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    C++ and XML in Win32

    I am sure it's out there... but I just can't locate it. I want to enable my C++ app to read/write XML using win32 (no MFC). Is there a standard API that would enable this functionality? If so, can...
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    ASP and ISAPI or ASP.net or ????

    I need to control a hardware device from ASP. I have done this a while back (5 years ago) using ISAPI... as I recall it was the only option I had to control a device on my serial port from ASP.

    I...
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    Re: timeSetTimer Callback Issues

    I ended up using the DWORD dwUser parm to pass the pointer this to the function. I couldn't get your first example to work. I had actually tried that. It doesn't seem to like the static bool pulsing...
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    Re: timeSetTimer Callback Issues

    Ok... I am back with a similar issue. I've decided to place a flag in the callback function that I will clear upon execution. I have the flag as a private member of the class. When I attempt to clear...
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    Re: write data on LPT Port using win32

    I know CreateFile will work under NT,2000,XP but if you try to obtain a handle and access the port don't you generate an exception? It's been a while but as I recall you get a priviliged instruction...
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    Re: timeSetTimer Callback Issues

    Makes sense... Thanks!
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    timeSetTimer Callback Issues

    I have a compilation error I can't figure out. I am calling timeSetTimer from a member function within a class. The callback function is also a member of the class.

    When I compile this statement:...
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