I'm new to C#.NET programming and I have little knowledge on C++. I'm trying to write a project which will convert a decimal number to hex and hex to decimal. I tried "Convert.ToInt" but couldn't get the result.
If anyone would help me about this problem, I would be appreciate it very much.
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Hi , ive asked this before , but does ANYONE know how to make a borderless window behave like a tooltip?
meaning , it should not steal focus from the app that shows it (grayout the apps caption)
i need to be able to place controls on the 'tooltip' but they dont need to be able to hold focus , just as long as i can click them and the click events work...
currently im doing some nasty wndproc hack , scanning for the wm_ncactivate message , and setting focus back to the parent window... but this causes the parents caption to redraw , so there is some minor flicker (but still annoying)
Excuse-me for my stupid question, In WebForm, I would like to create a button that allow to open html page.(link with parameter ex: qsdf.asp?Text=tete) in the same browser (and other browser). How can I do that?
I'm changing settings in my machine.config so my web service runs properly. Problem is .. I can't tell which configuration change is making it work properly. It seems to me like the machine.config file is being cached.
Is it? if so is there a way to prevent it from being cached ?
I´m creating an application that does some automation with excel. The problem is that Excel sometimes is busy doing some tasks and can´t respond to my method calls. To solve this I´m using something similar to this;
The problem is that I have TONS of this oWorkbook.Range(...); lines... and I don´t want to write this bunch of code to all of them. Does anyone know some alternative way to do this (some kinda template maybe) ? I know I can write a wrapper to do this... but it´ll give me a lot of work... and I´m trying to find a better solution.
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I've written a small app that retrieves the MAC-address from computors, using ManagementClass, ManagementObjectCollection and so on, eventually ManagementBaseObject.get_Item("MacAddress"); which turns out to work fine for most computors. Lately however I have discovered that for some computors a different series of numbers is retrieved. Looking into it a bit deeper I found that on all computors not one, but serveral items could be found calling get_item("MacAddress"). So my program did work for computors where the real MACaddress was the first to be returned (and apparently this included most computers).
Have I missed something? How can I tell which one is the real MAC address, and what are the other numbers?
Below a snippet of my code:
mc = new ManagementClass("Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration");
moc = mc.GetInstances(); // Get network adapter instance
//Loop till MAC address found
//Get MAC address