Then use google[^] to search for articles. No one answered you last time, save myself since you actually didn't ask a question (just stated a purpose). There many be articles here on CodeProject as well.
It's definitley not a simple solution and requires a lot of understanding about parsing and graphics. There may be commercial libraries as well. Just search.
A colleague of mine tried to buil a SQL query parser/builder, and succeeded, as long as the queries were simple. As soon as you dive into nested queries, the nightmare begins. I think one of the reasons a lot of database servers are so expensive is probably because it took an enormous amount of time to create a fast enough query parser. And to make a query builder, in a puristic way of seeing things, would require understanding of how the resulting query would be parsed....
The DllImport attribute is mainly used for P/Invoke calls (that is, calls to legacy functions, like Win32 API, old DLLs you've got lying about, etc.) There's loads of sites out there that will give you some useful examples (as well as how to deal with some of the gnarlier C-style structures you're sure to encounter), but here's a quick-and-dirty example:
For information specific to the DllImportAttribute, you can read about that[^] in the class library documentation in the .NET Framework SDK.
Be sure you read about it. Just guessing leads to many problems, especially since when you marshal data between managed and unmanaged code, the bit-widths of data types must be the same (like an unmanaged LONG is actually a managed long (Int64)). Having experience with native code (i.e., C/C++) will definitely be helpful.
Anything can be an embedded resource. Add the XML document to your project, right-click and select Properties. In the PropertyGrid, change the Build Action to Embedded Resource.
Use Assembly.GetManifestResourceStream to pull it out. The root namespace of the project (in the project settings) plus any folders in which an emedded resource is located comprise it's "namespace" (as well as the default namespace for source files, though you can override this after the file is created).
I Get some Problems on datagrid.. I want to make it multiple column selection. I did it by handling all the painting. But the painting fails when some Columns are partially displayed(Hopes u can understand, if not pls Ask.)
So if anyboady knows How to check a column fully visible pls help me
When you're drawing your column, check the DataGrid.Right property. If it's less than your column's right side, then subtract the difference; if not, draw the whole column (cell, actually) as highlighted (or whatever you're doing).
I have a side bar with a menu in an iframe, this sidebar is is very long (heigh). When I click on a button at the bottom of the menu, it reloads and gos up to the top. I want the srollbar to stay at the bottom when I click on this button.
Can I somehow use the (not) IsPostBack on the button? How can I do this?
For starters, this belongs in the ASP.NET forum. If you don't want the button to post back, however, then don't make it a server control. A simple button element with an onclick handler will do. If you need more information, ask in the appropriate forum.
I want to give the color to the particular row of the datagrid at runtime....when....the template column is clicked....so i want to give the backcolor to the entire row at that time that means runtime....
In datagird I have a one column which is a template column...
i have tried like this but this is giving color to the row permanently.....& want to change its color as & when that row's template column clicked....please help me
for(int i=0; i < DGPODetailShow.Columns.Count;i++)