Hey every body. I was going to develop a Software which transfers voice and data(in advance I may add Video) in a local network(LAN) for my final Project in my college which helps me to have a good result ............................ So please every body help me on the Pre-requisite ............. i.e tell me ideas as much as you can, which helps me to develop this nice project................................I decided to do the software using C# language.............. Any suggestions!!!
Hey dude .... do you think that I am dull?..... do you think that i decided to do such kind of projects without knowing any thing........... I think if u thought like that it is far from the truth ............ You better said to me "keep it up.... do this and dont use like this " and bla bla bla ................... I decided this language because I am good at it than the others(like VB,JAVA,C++) and others .............. so what do you say now?
First of all I never said that you were dull. I don't know you, how on earth would I know your mental abilities.
Secondly you are not going to get very far in anything related to programming if you cannot accept being told that your approach/schema/design is not the best way to do a particular task.
As far as keep it up etc. goes, do keep it up. Consider, however, that once you have found the prerequisites for VOIP and it transpires that what you need has not yet been implemented in C#. Do you have the skills to code something this complex from scratch yourself? If so then by all means continue as you are.
In your original post you asked for opinions. I gave mine and it was, and remains,
"Find out what you have to do before deciding on the language to use"
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Ok dude................ Thanks for the suggestion........ You know what............ When you say "it has never been implemented in C#"............ I dont believe that if any body doesnt do it that means i cant do it,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, but I will try my best to come up with the design,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, but the only language I can confidently say is it is C# ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I wish i could know more but................ I must have to concentrate on one a specific language and be a master of it for my self............... any says I WILL broaden my thoughts as far as i can............. Thank you
Does anybody know of any simple tutorials on Plugin Architecture that I can wrap my little brain around? I have read quite a few in the past 48 hours and seem to be having difficulty getting my head around it.
While the tutorials/articles were very informative, I found that the projects they created for the articles were very overwhelming and a little too complex for a noob.
Also, I have found a few links relating to the System.AddIns namespace on the MSDN site, but that just made me even more confused because it's completely different from all the other articles I've read. Can anyone offer any advice/ help on this?
The correct way to do that is to create an instance of the Random class and then call one of the following methods:
- Next(Int32 max) // will return a random number smaller than max
- NextByte() // will return a random byte (between 0 and 255)
NextDouble() // will return a random number between 0.0 and 1.0<br />
Here's a code sample which will generate two random numbers, a and b, between 0 and 10
Random rnd = new Random();
int a = rnd.Next(10);
int b = rng.Next(10);
To add to the other post ( which was correct ), there is no such thing as a random number to a computer. It only looks that way. A random sequence is started by what's called a seed value. You can specify a seed value to regenerate the same pseudo random sequence if you need to. If you don't specify one, the current date and time are used. As you can see, you created two random objects with the same seed, so they will both start on the same number.
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