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This work shows a summary of the success we have reached developing libraries for mathematic, scientific and engineering applications using Microsoft’s .NET platform and the graphics library DirectX....
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I’m not exactly sure what it is about programming languages that I find so interesting, but for some reason I just can’t seem to shake the fascination I have for them. Perhaps it is the relatively simple algorithms and techniques that are used to perform what appears to the casual observer to be ‘black magic.’ How do they get input code, which can be constructed in any number of different ways, at virtually any length, to do what the user (programmer) wants? I’ll show you how I built my own inte...
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|Total Hits: 1 | Today: 0||Author: Daniel Flower|| Rating: |
Hello, and welcome to part two of this language implementation series. In part one, a language most simple was defined in an attempt to introduce a method to parse source code into an Abstract Syntax Tree.
|Total Hits: 0 | Today: 0||Author: Christ Kennedy|| Rating: |
In the previous and first article in the series Mars Mission (1): Surface Landing we looked at the collision detection classLandscape being exploited in a form designed for the sole purpose of debugging the landing and take-off phase of this project. This past month I've been busy incorporating the landing stage into a solar-system simulator and have joined the two together so that you can now fly your shuttle anywhere in the solar system. You can no longer bounce around indefinitely like you co...
|Total Hits: 1 | Today: 0||Author: Ziad Salloum|| Rating: |
If you come from C++ or Java background to C#, no wonder that you will notice some strange keywords introduced to this new language.
The first reaction will be what are these things for and why were they added ?
Specially that, till now people were able to develop programs using the existing languages without problems. Among the set of new keywords added to C# there are new and override modifiers. Although new may not seem that new to you , however its usage as method modifier is c...
|Total Hits: 2 | Today: 0||Author: Ghulam Murtaza|| Rating: |
# C# includes more primitive types and the functionality to catch arithmetic exceptions.
# Includes a large number of notational conveniences over Java, many of which, such as operator overloading and user-defined casts, are already familiar to the large community of C++ programmers.
# Event handling is a "first class citizen"; it is part of the language itself.
# Allows the definition of "structs", which are similar to classes but may be allocated on the stack (unlike instances of clas...
|Total Hits: 2 | Today: 0||Author: SergeyAndreyev|| Rating: |
If we talk about the different types of restrictions, then the prevention of overlapping is definitely not the new type but is the part of the restrictions from other objects. The reason to divide them and to unite several further examples into another section is only one: next few examples use another technique. In the previous examples an object could be stopped, but the mouse continued to move. In all the examples of this section the mouse is stopped with the stopped object and stays exactly ...
|Total Hits: 3 | Today: 0||Author: Prashanth Chindam|| Rating: |
To develop a windows application using c#.net to insert, search and update records in M.S.Excel-2007 file using OleDb Connection....
|Total Hits: 69 | Today: 0||Author: Chandramouli Muralidaran|| Rating: |
Several language extensions are introduced in C# 3.0 code-named "Orcas". These extensions are built on C# 2.0 to support functional programming style.
* Auto-implemented Properties
* Implicitly Typed Local Variables
* Extension Methods
* Lambda Expressions
* Object Initializers
* Collection Initializers
* Anonymous Types
* Partial Methods
* Expression Trees
* Query Expressions...
|Total Hits: 80 | Today: 0||Author: Software Developer's Journal|| Rating: |
Elements of artificial intelligence used in computer games have come a long way. In the beginning, the developed systems were based on sets of rules written directly in the code of the game or on the behaviour scripts interpreted by the code, with the whole thing based most commonly on the appropriate selection of importance of the random factor in the process of choosing the appropriate behaviour. That time witnessed the birth of such memorable games as the immortal River-Raid, Donkey-Kong, Bou...
|Total Hits: 58 | Today: 0||Author: Snakefoot|| Rating: |
Microsoft's CListCtrl has support for displaying data in a grid, but also supports grouping of data. This article will demonstrate how we can activate the grouping functionality of CListCtrl.
The demo application allows you to experience how grouping can be used. Just right-click a column header, to group the data according to that header....
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Step 1 : Create a blank Solution "testParameterReport"
Step 2 : Add new project Windows Forms Application name "testParameterReport"
Step 3 : Run this Script for create Table and Storedprocedure....
|Total Hits: 61 | Today: 0||Author: tommykkk|| Rating: |
Open Visual Studio 2008, choice “File” menu, “New” - “Project”.We will see New Project dialog box.
In Project types, we choose in Visual Basic Smart Device item.(also choose in Visual C# Smart Device item).
In the Smart Device dialog box, we choose Target platform for “Windows Mobile 6 Professional SDK”,must be explained that the Windows Mobile 6 SDK in Visual Studio 2008 is not in the default installation, so you need a separate installation....
|Total Hits: 61 | Today: 0||Author: Asif Bahrainwala|| Rating: |
This article introduces GPGPU via DirectX11 Compute Shaders.
GPGPU (General-Purpose Computing on Graphics Processing Units) involves using graphics processing units to perform repeated calculation, utilizing the vast array of processing elements available on the GPU....
|Total Hits: 28 | Today: 0||Author: Sushant Joshi|| Rating: |
Usually sending mails from Windows application is tedious tasks, also many times you may have to enable IIS on eaach machines. The article describes an alternate mechanism of sending mail from Windows application....
|Total Hits: 15 | Today: 0||Author: syntaxed|| Rating: |
When using Microsoft Outlook, you come across a mail notification window that appears slowly and fades off. But, when you drop your mouse back on the window, it becomes opaque, and then again on mouse away it fades off, and this process continues so on. So, eventually it either fades away or you ignore the window, or you close it or you click it to read the mail. This article describes how to build that kind of window using C#....
|Total Hits: 44 | Today: 0||Author: LukeH|| Rating: |
Not too long ago I blogged about a C# raytracer which took advantage of a lot of C#3.0 language constructs. However, you may have noticed that it did not actually use LINQ query expressions all that much. Well, after discussing this with a coworker on the PLINQ team at lunch one day - I was convinced that it should be possible to express the logic of the raytracer in a LINQ to Objects query. The result is below - a single 60-line LINQ query which captures the complete raytracing algorithm....
|Total Hits: 77 | Today: 0||Author: junnark|| Rating: |
A Java Programmer friend of mine once asked me if I have ever built a web chat application. I said "No". He then asked me if I were to build a really simple, monitored, bare minimum, working web chat application, how long do I think will it take (something to that effect). I said, "I don't know". A few days had passed, one lazy evening, I was surfing the web looking for ASP.Net web chat applications. It seems that I can't find one that is simple enough to implement. So I decided to just build so...
|Total Hits: 178 | Today: 0||Author: Bechir Bejaoui|| Rating: |
In this article, I will try to make understand the importance of the where keyword used as a part of a generic class context through answering two questions why? And When or in witch case the where keyword is used....