I have a string. The value of that string contains some english and non english characters.
I have two requirements:
1) Determine whether the string contains non english characters.
2) Remove all the non english characters from the string and get the resultant string which contains only english characters.
How can i do so ?
Can anyone tell me how will I go about checking database connectivity using C#? I have an application that I want to enable users to click on a button and then it will check if the app can connect to the database.
The database is SQL 2005 Express and I am using Visual Studio 2008 with .NET 3.5.
can any one tell me how to run .NET applications in Linux. I know we can do it using Mono develop. I am completely new to linux and want to know the exact process of doing it and the correct download link for mono develop used to run in Linux(Fedora 6)or Red Hat Linux.The requirement is very urgent, otherwise I need to learn java to do it.
I've found the ribbon code here Ribbon Panel[^] and I can get it to work and modify the ribbon/panel as I want.
(I am fairly new) but what I cannot work out though is how I can get it to open the new window in the lower section. So going off the picture provided with the code at the top of the page say I click on SETTINGS then I want it to display the SETTINGS information below, and then if I click on LOG to display the log information below the ribbon.
What would I need to do to get this as a end result? Even if I can be pointed in the correct direction for what I should be doing would be great.
Yeah, I agree with benjymous. Although, I created a similar project for a client a few months back and I used Panels for displaying information relating to separate buttons on the Custom tool strip. Maybe that'd work? But I'm not sure. Your best bet would be to ask the guy on that page you provided.
I am binding a <list> to a ComboBox. Once an Item is chosen I want it to be marked so the next time the list is displayed the user can see that the item was previously selected. I update the item in the datasource and even rebind the datasource. However, the changes are not reflected in the list. When I look at the combobox in VS debugger, it shows the changes in the DataSource property but not the non-public innerlist property.
How I bind the combobox to the original list.
publicvoid IntializeGroupComboBox()<br />
areaGroups = areaGroups.ReadGroups();<br />
//Create a dummy group to hold Initial text<br />
NaGroup ng = new NaGroup();<br />
ng.GroupName = "Select Group";<br />
areaGroups.gList.Insert(0, ng);<br />
//Populate the list with the group names.<br />foreach (NaGroup nag in areaGroups.gList)<br />
//binds the list to the combo box<br />
groupCombBox.DataSource = grpName;<br />
I need to get the contents of a windows form that is a child window of another company's application. So far I have the handle by enumerating the child windows of the application in question. Now I would like to get the content, at runtime, of what appear to be listboxes within that child form. Can it be done using the handle?
Form a = (Form)Control.FromHandle(handle);<br />
foreach (Control c in a.Controls)<br />
if (c.GetType() == typeof(ListBox))<br />
ListBox b = c as ListBox;<br />
// do stuff with listbox<br />
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The problem is the WM_MOUSEMOVE message (0x200) only gets passed to the control the mouse is over. Even overriding WndProc won't solve that.
What is it that you're wanting to achieve exactly?
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