A couple of ways to stop client side validation firing, especially when using non asp.net controls: Set the onclick event of the image/button etc to be onclick=”return false;” then instead of using the onclick event to fire a method, use…
I recently had a problem on a job where no matter what we did, we could not control the left/right balance programmatically on two specific PC’s. We tried using various methods: Windows Media player API DirectSound APi WinMM.dll Praying None…
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My previous article which you can find at http://blog.xploiter.com/index.php/2009/01/16/socket-programming-in-c-using-the-built-in-libraries-a-fully-working-production-example-part-1/ covered the creation of a solid production ready Socket Server written in C#. I promised to follow up with part 2 which would be a suitable client so without further ado, here we go
One of the things i’ve noticed over the last few months in particular is the lack of decent programming examples in C# for a suitable client/server socket solution that just works! I was working on a contract that needed a robust and stable communications mechanism between multiple PC’s on a closed network for a Railway Simulator and Aircraft Simulator I was working on.
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I was looking for some suitable dotnet charting components/code and came across the following three articles. http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/pseabury/2DCharting11152005052210AM/2DCharting.aspx http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/steve_hall/drawinglinechart02072007053420AM/drawinglinechart.aspx http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/jodonnell/ChartingInGDIplus11192005063716AM/ChartingInGDIplus.aspx Heres a screenshot of the one i’m using: