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    1st of all could you let us know where and when...

    1st of all could you let us know where and when you get the error, secondly......



    is right. Re-check your memory allocation.
    malloc
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    This is an ideal task for parallel programming....

    This is an ideal task for parallel programming.
    If it falls within your task, you could consider partitioning the space around the location into an arbitrary number and performing parallel searches.
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    Any chance you could post the error and/or where...

    Any chance you could post the error and/or where or what you suspect might be causing it? I ask because some of us don't know SQL (Yes shocking I know), but we can still help in some way if we have...
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    Tell us your OS and compiler. Make sure...

    Tell us your OS and compiler.
    Make sure something isn't using the file.
    Although it shouldn't be an issue, but try re-naming a copy of the same file with just alphabetical letters (I notice that's...
  5. con.ConnectionString =@"Data...

    con.ConnectionString =@"Data Source=.\\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|\\Reg.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True";

    I haven't read your whole code but this might be the...
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    Because that's the return of a possible list of...

    Because that's the return of a possible list of devices from a reader... Also I solved it. I needed to compare a return to the enum list so that I can use it to set another variable in the class.
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    Enum comparison not working.

    using System;
    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using System.Linq;
    using System.Text;

    namespace ConsoleApplication1
    {
    class Program
    {
    public enum TagLabels : uint
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    Thanks Theoobe (for answering my next question...

    Thanks Theoobe (for answering my next question before I posed it) :) .
    For the rest of you others out there I was looking for something like:


    protected void Timer1_Timeout(object s, Args e)
    {...
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    It works, but I only want it to wake up only when...

    It works, but I only want it to wake up only when there's something to read in the buffer.
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    polling for socket Read.

    According to the : MSDN socket polling method SelectRead returns true on 3 occasions but I'm only interested in just the one; when there's data available for reading. Is there a way to poll a socket...
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    Missed completely. Something like: ...

    Missed completely.
    Something like:


    protected void Timer1_Timeout(object s, Args e)
    {
    If (for some reason this timer's Stop is triggered by code)
    trigger Button1_Click event/method
    }
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    triggering another control's method

    How do I trigger another control's method in C#?

    I want to have a background thread running a timer and if the timer function finishes in the thread I'd like it to trigger the stop button which...
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    Need help to restore running app

    I had a working program (Windows Forms Project) complete with buttons and the underlying code.

    In an attempt to shortcut my work I decided to add tab controls and move everything in my main form ...
  14. Thread: Transactional I/O

    by WDT
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    Transactional I/O

    I've been looking on line but haven't found any text that describes transactional I/O. Can someone provide me with a brief example or point me in the direction of an explanation/example please?
    ...
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    Attempting to extract a path from the string...

    Attempting to extract a path from the string (using Path.GetFullPath) causes and exception which says the string contains the illegal characters '\r' and '\n'. Is there a way to remove these escape...
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    I did.. No change

    I did.. No change
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    sustring test puzzle

    I have the following string: \\?\hid#vid_04d8pid_003f#62edf110800000#{4d1e55b2-f16f-11cf-88cb-001111000030 stored in a string variable (from a function call) called devPathName

    and the following...
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    I meant parameter 1 of the function. not the...

    I meant parameter 1 of the function. not the enumerator the ref Guid ClassGuid variable. Also I should say I changed the enumerator to string type variable. The original posting of the function was a...
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    passing nullable type to a P/invoked function

    Does anyone know of a way I can pass a nullable type to a p/invoked function? specifically I need parameter 1 of:
    [DllImport("setupapi.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Auto, SetLastError = true)]
    ...
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    A SetupDI* error that doesn't make sense.

    Hello

    It's been a while but I'm getting back into my USB HiD programming now. Here's the piece of code I'm trying to troubleshoot:

    SetupDiGetDeviceInterfaceDetail(deviceInfoSet, ref...
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    Now I haven't done C in a while but wouldn't a...

    Now I haven't done C in a while but wouldn't a Scanset only guarantee input from the range specified and thereby avoid such an error? also sscanf does..... what again?
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    Is if the half the people who posted on here...

    Is if the half the people who posted on here weren't arguing about the efficiency of similar functions and actually concentrated on the matter at hand which is trying to diagnose your problem. :P ...
  23. I believe the guy asked about a reversed caesar's...

    I believe the guy asked about a reversed caesar's cipher; and I also believe that the policy is to help people like him with their programming logic, not do their work for 'em.
  24. LMAO... simple and brutually to the point

    LMAO... simple and brutually to the point
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    I think (and I really do think) the problem is...

    I think (and I really do think) the problem is that you're working with a large data set, or trying to at once; you do sound like you know what ytou're doing so I wouldn't question your programmingf...
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