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Converting Numbers to Strings
by Baddy R
Instead of writing your own function to convert an integer or float to a string, just use the C function snprintf (in the stdio.h header) or the C++ class stringstream (in the sstream header).
Fixing Settings and Configuration Errors in .NET
by Ed Churnside
Sometimes, adding default settings will result in your program throwing a generic error in the app.config file.
Build a Frame with a ScrollPane in JavaFX
by Leonard Anghel
What follows is a simple frame designed with JavaFX scripting language. The frame also has a ScrollPane component.
Finding Modulus of a Very Large Number with a Normal Number
by Sameer Palande
Divide the number into smaller numbers, then find the remainders of these smaller numbers. Add up the remainders and repeat the process. As long as the remainders are retained, the final answer wont change.
Loading Classes Directly from .jar Archives
by Leonard Anghel
Find out how to make a custom class loader to load classes directly from your .jar archives.
Set Multiple Fonts Using Single CFont Object
by Jijeesh KV
Did you know you can set multiple fonts for several controls using a simple CFont object in MFC?
What Is the Smallest Object Size Possible in C/C++?
by Alexander Ocher
What is the smallest object size possible in C/C++? One.
How to Warn Users Before Their Browser Closes
by Deepak Choudhari
Suppose a user enters some information on the page and tries to close or navigate from the window—without saving the data. You may want to warn the user about possible data loss.
Create a Menu Bar with JavaFX
by Leonard Anghel
Here's a JavaFX example that creates a nice menu bar.
Invoke a Parent Window Function from Another Window in JavaScript
by Deepak Choudhari
Sometimes, you need to call a JavaScript function that's in a parent window from a child window.
Calling C Libraries from .NET
by Saroj Kabra
Use the following code to display a message box whenever the library raises an error.
Debugging SQL Server Stored Procedures Through Visual Studio.NET
by Srinath MS
Learn how to use Visual Studio.NET to debug SQL Server stored procedures.
How to Calculate the Alignment in C++
by Alexander Ocher
Learn how to use the Alignment class to calculate alignment in C++.
Using the innerHTML Property
by Ganjoo Anu
To change the text that appears when users chick on a button in your program, use JavaScript's innerHtml property.
Quickly Set the Project Build Order for a .NET Solution
by Srinath MS
You must manage the build order when some projects in the solution have dependencies on others; those projects that others depend on must be built first.
Prevent Inheritance from a Base Class
by Venkata Edara
Use the code in this tip to avoid deriving from your base class.
Add MS AJAX Extensions to a Visual Studio 2005 Setup Project
by Vlad Hrybok
MS AJAX Extensions is an assembly (DLL) that must be present on the target system in order for your AJAX-enabled ASP.NET application to work
How to Determine the Default Web Browser
by Alexander Ocher
Sometimes people assume that the default Web browser is the program that is registered in the Windows registry to open files with .html extension.
Obtain Class Methods Using Reflection
by Leonard Anghel
Learn how to obtain all methods, all declared methods, and one specific method for the java.lang.reflect.Method class.
Calling a Virtual Method from a Non-Virtual Method
by Venkata Edara
How can you tell which f2() will be invoked: A::f2() method or B::f2()?
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