Given that the .NET documentation lists every method available (including Close), it's just a matter of being curious to see what's in there and reading the one line description for each method.
The question wasn't about a specific method of a specific class.
And as an example and in terms of your statement try to find the 'close' method that I am thinking of right now with no other context.
Dave Kreskowiak wrote:
I find the documentation quite good for about 95% of the stuff I need. I'll say that the documentation is missing some depth in parts, but it isn't unreadable for a basic method like this.
I find that the documentation from multiple sources plus my decades of experience usually allows me to figure out what some method/class etc is really doing despite what the documentation says or doesn't say.
And there are times when that fails.
Dave Kreskowiak wrote:
I'm saying most people don't even bother to look at/find the documentation let alone try to read it.
And I am saying the for the question originally posed that it would take me quite a bit of research to even determine what documentation to start reading in the first place.
Now if I had already used the mentioned API and used it recently then it would take less time. But I haven't.
i am calling showDialog() for form2 from form 1 i want if i close the form2 changes made in form2 appears in form 1 it is fullfillng my requirement for first time but when i call showdialog() 2nd time and malke some chnaging in form 2 it does not appears in form 1....how to solve this problem?
And still no code. As it's the code that's wrong, don't you think that you should provide that or are you happy for us to throw random guesses around in the hope that one of them sticks like dung to a wall?
Does any one knows : How to drawing text that can rotate in Tao.OpenGL , i search the web for two days already . Can't find some sample like Tao.OpenGl for text . If any one has the samples , please let me know . Thanks very much .
if any one here has a better way of dealing with stuff like this?
Depends on the context of 'screen'.
Do you use it as a display name anywhere?
Is it viewable by a user anywhere, like a config value?
Then you need to map to a different value in your code. Mapping of course could still be to a string value. The real issue however is that you want a programmatic value which will not change due to human concerns.
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