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I still use Paradox 9 but I have recently updated my entire network to Win7 from XP. I occasionally get the notorius "Directory controlled by other .net" error. It is caused by the renegade .net or .lck files however after I delete them, I still get the "directory controlled errors" until I "clear" out the port on the network.
To clear out the port I have to run the port thur box that isn't getting the errors, open paradox on the network and then re-plug the network cable back into original computer.
I don't now why just deleting the renegade .lck or .net files is not enough on Win7 or why I have to clear out the port thru another computer "fixes" the "directory contolled by other .net" error.
I never experienced this with XP.
Anyone have any thoughts on this.
"self" keyword (in PHP) refers to the current class, while the "this" keyword refers to the current instance (object) of the class. The way you set your title (C# Self Keyword) is a bit misleading, because it assumes that self == this, which in practice it isn't.