Under the System.Diagnostic namespace you will find a class called Process which contains a static method called Start which takes a file name as a parameter and your args as a second parameter. Something like this should do the trick:
Process.Start(@"c:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\Common7\Tools\vsvars32.bat",
@"regasm.exe /unregister [path to your file] /silent");
That was about the shortest meaningful use I could think of. A delegate is an object that wraps a method. You can then pass this object around and use it later to call the method. There are lots of other more advanced uses, like invoking them asynchronously, but that's a start.
I would like to have a combobox that shows bands of color instead of text. Would the best way to accomplish this be to use the OwnerDrawFixed (they're all the same size) style and draw the color bars in the DrawItem event? I don't want to create a custom combobox I simply want to draw colors instead of text.
I have a unique problem where I need to perform paging on a datagrid. The catch is that my datasource for the datagrid is a DataView. The datagrid is loaded with a DataView stored in Cache. On a previous page, the user may have sorted or filtered the DataView. It gets stored in cache, now I need to page through the info as it is presented in the Dataview (sorted or filtered). thanks.
I've been making stop and go progress on a test app that creates a .tif file. After fighting other problems (that have already been discussed here and elsewhere), I'm able to generate a .tif file that looks like it should, with the color depth it needs, and the compression scheme that it needs. The problem is that the app that comsumes the .tif requires tag 0x10a (Fill Order), and Bitmap.Save doesn't generate it by default.
At this point, I turned to SetPropertyItem(). I have been through the problems with creating a "new" PropertyItem, and am now opening another .tif file, so I can get a PropertyItem from it, tweak it, and set it in the new Bitmap. Even after this, however, the resulting file still doesn't contain the tag. It only contains the officially "required" tags. Isn't this what SetPropertyItem is for? Is there a better way to get optional tags included in the file?
I have created a dll to hook onto all keyboard events (WH_KEYBOARD). The dll seems to work fine and captures messages indicating print screen has been pressed. I have checked that it works as intended by using a counter which counts each time the hookprocess gets called, and then printed the value to a file, which showed a correct value. My C# program in turn which of course is a windows application retrives the message correctly, but ONLY when the window has focus. If it's hidden (hide()) or just isn't in focus, it doesn't seem to process the message.
The C# program starts by defining a custom window and from within it's constructor it installs the hook, and retrives a boolean indicating it's all fine. When the window is destroyed it's destructor uninstalls it. I use Windows XP pro SP1a.
I think this is maybe something to do with which thread you hook up to? - If you are importing the SetWindowsHookEx method from user32.dll it takes a parameter for the thread you want to hook into, maybe this is where your problem is?
I had a similair problem with windows hooks and it wasn't actually that the hook wasn't being fired, but in the callback function I was using readfile/writefile which apparently wasn't syncronizing right for multiple processes. So it was more of a process synchronization issue. I solved it using memory mapped files (which was more elegant anyway since it got rid of the need for a file at all for ipc).
I have a panel in my form which I set its BackColor the same as TransparencyColor of my Form so the contect behind the form is visible now.I want to take screenshot from the things behind panel.How can I get pixels behind it or get content of it as Image? I think I should get pixels inside client area of panel.Any idea?
I need familiarization with algorithms and methods that script/code parsers use to extract meaningful expressions from a plane text. can anybuddy reference me to some good resaources and examples?
Thanks in advanced,
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