"seed" value sucks if you're looking for anything close to "true" randomness
I agree. He should also toss the day of the month in there as well, and if savvy enough with some assembly programming, grab the lower 32 bits of the RDTSC instruction (or play around with the QueryPerformanceCounter) as well, that could lean in the direction of a bit more "random" seed...
""Real programmers just throw a bunch of 1s and 0s at the computer to see what sticks" - Pete O'Hanlon
Hi CodeProject World,
How can i use TAPI for PBX via C#.
I wanna to have Caller Id and Transfer and Make Call from my PBX via TAPI and C#.
i have three line 101,102,103 from my PBX and 4 line in coming into PBX.
i have connected line 103 via Phone wire to my computer Modem.
We have 3 computers in our work office and all have connected to PBX via Modem.
Thanks in advanced !
You linked to a Wiki page, not to an actual application or article.
That page lists a few drivers for specific PBX's. Do you have one of those??
This is where YOU do research, based on what YOU have and what YOU know. I'm not doing it for you and chances are really good that you're not going to find example code for exactly what you're looking for.
I am using system.web.mail in windowsform to send mails on a ssl webmail of a service for certified mails. The problem is that the mails are not saved in the sentItems. Is there anyway to dio that? (Thanks)
here is the code:
System.Web.Mail.MailMessage newMail = new System.Web.Mail.MailMessage();
newMail.From = "firstname.lastname@example.org");
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