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le-cardinal
Byte stored in reverse order
Hi all,, , I would to read a byte (unsigned char) and to store it in reverse order (b8...b1 becomes b1...b8)., What is the best solution in Code and Time performance to writ this in C?, , Thanks for yours reply,, Daniel
18 years ago
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Bryan.V
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9 years ago
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cheddar
Attributes
Am I to understand correctly that Attributes can omit the word Attribute when they are referenced? I.E. Although WebMethod is used all the time the correct name of the class really is WebMethodAttribute? This seems a little useless.
15 years ago
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adamlum
Dropping the 'Attribute' part of the is just a convention that is commonly practiced.  You can use the full class name WebMethodAttribute as well without any trouble. If the class name minus the 'Attribute' substring is some sort of keyword or reserved word or something like that, you'll of course have to use the full name in that case. 
12 years ago
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cheddar
MVC in C#
Anybody using patterns in C#, particularly the MVC pattern?
15 years ago
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cocoh
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12 years ago
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cheddar
abstract keyword
do methods defined with the abstract keyword have to be defined inside of an abstract class? I am converting some vb.net code and the MustOverride keyword doesn't appear to directly translate., , TIA
15 years ago
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cheddar
Thx for the answer sandman. What I was trying to figure out was abstract methods in non-abstract classes. I am backing up and going through a c# patterns book. I hope the controller pattern holds the solution., , BTW, where in No Cal are you?
15 years ago
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adlerhealthcom@webtv
Code decides on what class/component to use
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17 years ago
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cheddar
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17 years ago
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Donald Collins
Hungarian notation
I'm reading "Programming in C#" (O'Reilly) and the book states that Microsoft doesn't recommend using Hungarian notation for C#. Confused Can anyone explain why? Does Prestwood Software have a coding convention for C#? I'd be interested in seeing it. , , Donald Collins
17 years ago
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17 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Anders on C# versus Java
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18 years ago
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k9industries
Two dimensional arrays
I am a rookie c programmer and I wanted to know how can I get rid of repeating numbers., For example in a two dimensional array I have 5 rows and 7 columns. The numbers are produced randomly. How can I avoid the numbers from being repeated. Let's say I have 1 6 6 9 12 15 29. What should I do to stop the 6 from repeating itself. , , I thank you for your response in advance,
18 years ago
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Brian Prestwood
C#?
Assuming C# is intended to compete with Java, I wonder why Microsoft didn't just focus on VB. Now that VB has implementation inheritance it is a viable option for OOP.
19 years ago
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dprothero
Delphi Programmers Take Heart
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19 years ago
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DanErvin
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dprothero
C# Introduction and Overview
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