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I can answer questions regarding C#, C++, SQL, Visual Basic, .Net Framework 2.0, general programming technique, and general algorithm development. My current area of focus is C#.

Experience in the area

C++/VB programmer since 10th grade. I used to love video game development (still do, just don't do it anymore). Have real world experience in 4 companies for a total of about 4 years non-academic experience.


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BS in Computer Science with minor in Entertainment Technology.

Awards and Honors

"The Next Bill Gates" gag award :-). College: Summa Cum Laude.

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2010-01-10 dinamic text for a tooltip:

I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but I'll take a guess and show you what I've got. I created a Windows Forms application with three controls on it: a button (button1), a tool tip (toolTip1), and

2008-04-28 all mails land up in spam:

Hi Hema,    Not sure why that is happening. My guess is this has more to do with your email client rather than your C# code. You might try using all valid email addresses (ie, in the "to" and "from" of

2008-04-12 add images and video to dictionary program in c#:

I'm not quite sure what your question is, but I'll try my best to answer any I think you're asking.    You can get a button to be disabled/enabled programmatically. Here is the code for that:    if(word

2008-03-13 Kindly let me know the logic please:

Hi Hema,    If I am correct, you have phrased this question in a much more complicated manner than is required. Is the following your question?:    "How do I increment an instance of DateTime by a given

2008-02-24 Using C++ class in C# program:

I feel your pain on this one. Usually, I just opt for libraries which are managed. Although I've never imported a complex unmanaged library, this seems like it should help you (not a tutorial per se, but


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