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    Has anyone taken the MCPD?

    I was wondering if anyone has taken the MCPD and could provide me with some info about the exams... are they worth the time and effort and money to get certified? How many years of experience do you...
  2. Very simple send UDP packet doesn't work :(

    Here is my code, it throws no exceptions or anything! I put 127.0.0.1 and port = 8000... Wireshark is open but doesn't show any UDP communication from that ip or port


    void SendUDPpacket(string...
  3. Re: how do you deploy a csharp application?

    He asked how do you deploy a csharp application!? lol
  4. Re: how do you deploy a csharp application?

    I haven't figured it out yet either... there are very different tutorials and how to do's online but non work right or are too complicated. I wish microsoft would stop fixing things that were not...
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    Proper way to send data between forms

    What is the proper way to send data between forms? I found several solutions online, but I want to know which one is best practice.
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    Read Nested XML

    Ok... here is my problem...

    I want to read what is inside of a tag even if it is another tag... but I just cannot seem to figure it out!

    My XML is :

    <doc>
    <page><title>Hi</title></page>...
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    Re: Encode and decode to binary file

    I need a car, perhaps a Ferrari that does the following:
    Goes from 0 to 60mph in 3 seconds.
    I also want it to be blood red!

    Thanks in advance... ;-)
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    Re: Escape Double Quote Problem

    String Commandstr1 = @"C:\Temp\eventcombMT.exe /file:""C:\Temp\servers.txt""";
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    Re: Escape Double Quote Problem

    When using the @ sign you should use "" for quotes.

    i.e.

    @"eventcombmt.exe /file:""C:\Temp\servers.txt"";"
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