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Lodi, CA



Real Name:  Eric Neff
Primary Role:  Coder
Title:  Senior Software Developer
Company:  Eric NEff Consulting Inc.
Website:  http://www.ericneff.com
Joined: Jul 2001 (18 years ago)
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xml, soap forum
I am just starting to learn xml in earnest. At this point I know just enough to be dangerous. Is it possible to add xml and soap forums here at Prestwood? If not, is there another topic these questions should be posted in?
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15 years ago

mprestwood
Post those questions to the Industry News topic for now.
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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.
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15 years ago

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. 
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MVC in C#
Anybody using patterns in C#, particularly the MVC pattern?
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Any iPod owners here
I love my 3g 20gb ipod. I am thinking about writing some windows software to use with it and was wondering if there were any other owners on here that might want to collaborate.
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Re: Any iPod owners here
technically you cannot program for it. There are some firmware hackers out there who have made some incredible attempts but that is not what I am after. You can use the ipod with windows or mac and on both systems it will also function as a firewire drive. I am interested in writing windows software to interface with the ipod. It's a fairly open system as long as you don't want to copy songs to it. If you add songs then you have to make an entry into the iTunesDB to make it show up as playable. The functionality I am interested in would look at backup management, playlist creation. possible office intergration of contacts, notes and appointments etc...
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Keystroke capture
I need a function that either disables every keystroke, and keystroke combination, other than keystrokes that I specify, or captures the keystrokes and sends them to any desired function. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance
15 years ago

cheddar
the form keydown event is what you want. Set the form KeyPreview to true and this event will capture the key events first. From this event you can check the key that is down and make the decision about what function to call. You can then set the keycode to 0 to cancel the keypress.
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