Access Database Editor

This is a discussion on Access Database Editor within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; I'm sorry, but I refuse to accept code that contains: /// <summary> /// Required method for Designer support - do ...

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    5|-|1+|-|34|) ober's Avatar
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    I'm sorry, but I refuse to accept code that contains:
    /// <summary>
    /// Required method for Designer support - do not modify
    /// the contents of this method with the code editor.
    /// </summary>
    If there is something in my code that I cannot change, I do not include it. Plain and simple. You are hardly writing much code when you use this method. You are hardly more than a WYSIWYG programmer. Granted, a lot of people get by like that, but I just don't have a lot of respect for them.

    Just my opinion, you don't have to get all defensive about it.

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    first of all, learn PHP, that way you are safe no matter what server you use. with over 70% of the webhosting market using Apache, there is just no reason not to get off your butt and learn PHP. I would have to say HTML is easy, and if you dont like it, learn some more programming skills and parse a file. that way instead of writing "<HTML>" you could just write "HTML" and your program would add the tags.

    languages every web designer needs to know:

    PHP
    HTML
    javascript
    SQL

    of course, that is just my opinion

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    Originally posted by EvBladeRunnervE
    languages every web designer needs to know:

    PHP
    HTML
    javascript
    SQL

    of course, that is just my opinion
    echo that.

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    Originally posted by EvBladeRunnervE
    languages every web designer needs to know:

    PHP
    HTML
    javascript
    SQL
    Completely agree with you there. With that, you can go anywhere and create a complete solution without needing some program to translate the code you wrote into something the world will understand (and not that much of it anyway).
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    add XML to the list
    PHP and XML
    Let's talk about SAX

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    Thanks y'all but I'm gonna have to wait until 1and1.com launches a Windows Server 2003 hosting plan which supports SQL! That way, I can add in a forum and all the other web applications which only support SQL.

    So, I saw no need for me to learn HTML because with HTML I won't be reading and coding that fast as I can with C# because of those too many of those < and > angular brackets. C# is the only solution that I need to create .net web sites.

    My web site will not have the .html or .php extension except .aspx (although there's only 2 that uses .html extension which I had created with Visual Studio .net and Advanced Effects Maker (for making .swf files like menus, scrollers, etc.

    Here's the website to 1and1.com.
    www.1and1.com

    In there, click Comming Soon and in the Shard Hosting section, look for "Learn More about MS Hosting!"
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    You only code faster in C# because it's doing half the work for you.

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