as POH said 'well done' - you got there in the end
'next time', when using someone else's code, knock up a set of unit tests and make sure its working before you start coding against it in anger - that will eliminate it from the things you have to consider when it all looks pear-shaped
I am trying to make a software that combine all the internet connection and make it as one to get full bandwidth speed.
I am doing it as a project for my college. I have knowledge about C# and little knowledge about network programming. Does anybody know a good network programming book which will help me solve my problems.
C# isn't going to help you do this. What you're talking about requires writing a driver and putting it into the network stack.
No, you can't write it in C# (easily anyway).
No, I don't know of a single book that's going to talk about writing code to do this. Books will cover the OSI model and writing drivers for Windows, but nothing on your specific case. This is require you to know the Window NDIS stack and kernel level debugging on top of the other two topics I mentioned.
In short, this is NOT suitable as a school project as there is a lot of work involved and school projects usually have too short of a timeframe to pull something like this off.
That book won't help, Dave is 100% right, this needs to be done at the driver level and isn't a good fit for C# at the moment. There are libraries out there that help write drivers in C#, but they are entirely experimental and very poorly documented.
Change directory to the target folder "C:\Pra" and run the command from there: you will either need to specify the path to CSC.EXE or use the VS command prompt tool which sets all the required paths as part of it's environment variables.
Trying to run CSC from it's application folder will not work as you do not have write access to anything under Program Files by default, so when it tries to create output file,s you will get "access denied" errors.
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4.1. User requirements
(You need a modul for your foreign language learning system. Therefore the images will not be general, but frontally oriented face in front of the web camera – this can be used to simplify the face detection phase).
4.2. Chosen algorithm
(State of the art method, or hybrid of different state of the art methods, or your original method or hybrid of existing and your method)
4.3. Chosen technologies
4.4. User interface (as a part of the foreign language learning system)
You're asking for specific implementation details about an extremely complex and wide subject. I suggest you start with some research on image processing, facial recognition and neural nets. It's silly (IMHO) to expect someone to do this for you and provide you with a detailed implementation. For starters, look at the research by Karthigayan, et al. at this[^] link.
Bueno mi pregunta es el siguiente:
1º Quiero exportar de DataGridView al Excel Personalizado(En espeficial lo que es la cabecera).
2º Al exportarlo también me genere con los datos gráficos en excel. Todo personalizado.
Le agradezco de antemano su ayuda.
Well my question is as follows:
1. I want to export from DataGridView to Excel Custom (In espeficial what is the header).
2. When I export also generates data with graphics in excel. All custom.
Thank you in advance for your help.
It sounds like you want to generate custom Excel spreadsheets. Have a look at EPPlus[^], ClosedXML[^] or NPOI[^], any one of which should do what you need.
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There is a lot of code required to do this. There are many articles on this site and google.com to help walk you through it. I suggest you find a sample and then come back when you get stuck on a specific issue.
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