Ravi has provided you with a link that should answer your question, so I'm not going to add to it. I'd like to make a suggestion as well. If you can, change the format of the date:
yyyy-MM-dd yyyy_MM_dd or yyyymmdd or somesuch
The format you have can be ambiguous between US and European date formats. This might not be a problem in itself (you may only ever deal in US dates). The other thing changing the date will do is allow you to sort the files by date via their filenames.
hi guys , today i have read sth about exponential memory i dont know what is it or even if its exist or not .
can you guys give me some info , i need sth like this , bcz im working on a puzzle 8 problem and i want to slove it with bfs algorithm , and every time i start my code it gave me a overflow error bcz it fill up the memory too fast and make the program stop of working so , is that things that im noticed (exponential memory ) is really work or not ? and can you suggest me sth ?
From what I gather, I think you need to rethink your strategy. .Net can hold up objects in memory up to two GB I believe, if that's not enough for a puzzle 8 problem you're really, really going into the wrong direction.
How do I get the value in the gridview which the checkbox is checked
in my gridview one column I created checkboxs ,when i click that checkbox of a row
then the state is save into database and when reopen the site then the saved state
is show into the gridview.....
If this is your first project, you really shouldn't be attempting something like this. What I have described is hard to do properly and will not fit into a single forum answer. You are going to have to implement threading so that you don't block things while you do the read/draw/write operation. You have to understand how to work with video. Assuming this is in realtime, you need to understand DirectDraw.
And no, I don't just hand over code. If you search in Google, you might find an implementation, but given your inexperience, I don't think you'll understand it.
Pick an easier topic to start your C# programming career with. If you don't, I suspect you will become disheartened and that would be a shame.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington