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#.
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.
Innotrac (we deal with order fulfillment)
BS in Computer Science with minor in Entertainment Technology.
"The Next Bill Gates" gag award :-). College: Summa Cum Laude.
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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
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
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
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
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