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30 Jan 2022 by Uladzislau Baryshchyk
An overview of Dynamic Language Runtime DLR in C#
3 Jun 2012 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
If you need one single language to work on all three platforms, it is possible, but complicated, especially for iOS (Apple is pretty much hostile to "foreigners").With C#, you can develop on iOS, and this is really tricky. Basically, you will need MonoTouch (one of the versions of Mono) and...
12 Feb 2014 by Matt T Heffron
Well ... LISP has NO keywords!It has a syntax and lots of predefined functions!
3 Dec 2013 by BillW33
You can use the System.Globalization.CultureInfo class to get info about the language of the system.CultureInfo.InstalledUICulture gives the culture of the OSSome other CultureInfo you may find useful:CultureInfo.CurrentCulture gives the culture info of the running thread, used when you...
12 Feb 2014 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
Matt T Heffron asked:Just how would you define "negative number of keywords" ??I expected this question, but hoped that you would guess how. Of course.The concept should be related to the idea of a "custom keyword". Are you getting the idea already?I don't want to discuss what a "custom...
28 Sep 2015 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
Please see my comment on Free Pascal. From your comments, I suspect this is what you may like. There is a huge culture (anti-curly-braces culture, by the way) behind it: Algol, then Wirth's Pascal, Modula, Ada (most important step), Borland's Turbo Pascal, Object Pascal, Delphi (major .NET...
7 Oct 2012 by lore jairus
I've been researching about statistical machine translation, is there a tutorial that would teach me how the phrase segmentation works in the decoding part of the translation. What is the manner of grouping words into phrase that it would depend into the aligned phrases found in the bilingual corpus
31 May 2012 by lordkhan
ios : objective candroid : javawindows phone : c#hey everyone.. i have a question.. at the top of you see some of the mobile operating systems and programming languages that used for coding..i wonder that which programming language will work in both of them? how could it be possible ?
5 Jul 2012 by Tim Corey
Facebook is primarily written in PHP but there are elements of Java and C++ in their server-side systems as well. Here is a Stack Overflow question that is similar to yours that will also provide more details on...
5 Dec 2012 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
Different companies call same things using different names and different things using the same names. I saw serious articles explaining the difference between the notions, but I never thought it was any serious. Nobody can tell exactly you about languages; and don't trust those who will give you...
5 Dec 2012 by tushar gupta
software developer is one who writes the coding.and designer's work is just to develop a design for the software like wha pages should be added and loaded at what bcume a s/w developer/engineer you basically need to learn linux and depends on the company you want to do job...
7 Jan 2013 by F.moghaddampoor
Hello Dear friendsI created an interactive application to learn English(Specially GRE Words),I filled the database with pictures and sounds and, you can record a sound and pictures to a database and it is fun to learn new words, now i want to develop it more to make it a German language...
21 Mar 2013 by Richard C Bishop
I preger C#, background is C#.
8 Apr 2013 by Member 9961855
hello sir ,i am creating web project in visual studio 2012 and use crystal report. i have done all work . this is my code.using System;using System.Collections.Generic;using System.Linq;using System.Web;using System.Web.UI;using System.Web.UI.WebControls;using...
18 Jul 2013 by pa1joc
Hello allI want to make navigation link of a image resion. like India map image if i click any poin in delhi area then a detail about delhi page will open
18 Jul 2013 by kshkrao3
You can use anchor tag to move to that place when clicked on the image. If you want to navigate to different pages from the same image then you have use Imagemap and set co-ordinates on the point where you need to navigate
21 Aug 2013 by Richard C Bishop
Well, the best way to learn about the community is to get involved and look around. Suggesting a language is not really a valid comment someone could make without knowing what the requirements are. This sort of knowledge comes with time and experience.
21 Aug 2013 by thatraja
Suggesting language? ...... It depends.Anyway here a good link for you on learning. Education Needed[^]
21 Aug 2013 by ridoy
Well,as you are a newbie in programming world,so it is common to ask someone or raise something like your question in your mind is very common.If you ask me,then i should say that doesn't really matter.Yes,believe me, language specification really doesn't matter in case of programming or...
12 Feb 2014 by Frank R. Haugen
I'm doing a set of programming lectures, these are less about the functional programming aspect, and more about the philosophy of programming and to inspire teens to look into programming.So it would be fun to have a functional programming language that had very few "commands", so that I can...
22 Mar 2015 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
There is no a way to simply detect the language. The problem is: for example, Perso-Arabic script ([^]) is used by Persian, Arabic, and other languages. So, looking at the set of the Unicode code points does not help. To tell one language from...
22 May 2015 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
Yes, this is not a bad idea. You can use Google or Microsoft maps. You will easily find the references.—SA
14 Jun 2015 by Rinkal Bhojani
I want to create offline web application which is going to work on intranet where there is no internet connection.In this application user will type in english in one textbox and automatically marathi will be displayed in other textbox.So please suggest any solution which will work same...
28 Sep 2015 by OriginalGriff
You are asking for quite a lot here: Still supported, OO design, no .NETHave you looked at native C++?It's not rapid development, and it's not Basic syntax, but...if you want Basic syntax then you are stuck with Basic. And with the exception of the .NET version, that's pretty much dead as...
29 Sep 2015 by Vinod Kc
Hi all,I have found a program called WideStudio for RAD programming in Python, Ruby, Perl, C++. It is made by a group pf Japanese programmers. Strange UI. But i think i can something with it. Let me wet my feet in it.
20 May 2022 by Member 11187739
Hello, I'm new user of DAX language and I'm looking for replacing 'WITH' SQL command in DAX. Does someone has an idea if in DAX there is a function that corresponds to 'WITH" SQL command? I was looking at the internet and didn't found...
5 Sep 2022 by Richard MacCutchan
From the description of your problem I would suggest C# and .NET is what you need to learn. However, the application you want to create is not going to be just a few hours work. So start with a good C# book, or introductory tutorial on the...
6 Sep 2022 by RickZeeland
In addition to Richards advice, you might also be interested in: best-resources-to-learn-net[^] And for audio: net-audio-libraries[^]
28 May 2023 by Member 11400059
Hi I create C# windows form project. my app have 2 language and user can switch between them. the program work correctly in debug mode, language change and the related form is show. But when I create setup file even after the language change, the...
16 Aug 2023 by Jani Giannoudis
Structured approach to ASP.NET Localization
12 Feb 2014 by Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
I still appreciate Solution 1. Please see my comments to is. Another, "cleaner" example of the languages with zero number of keywords would be the language which only has operators. You cannot call operator a "word", can you? :-)For example:[^].—SA
25 Nov 2013 by Balachandar Jeganathan
Exception handling using custom attributes and stacktrace.
4 Aug 2013 by Zoltán Zörgő
First of all, your question is off-topic: has nothing to do with programming.Well, the only real "solution" is to learn English. If you want to do something related with programming, you have no other option. Until than, using translators is not rude, or anything alike, even less if you...
28 Aug 2015 by InvisibleMedia
Defining innovation beyond the limits of Chomsky
4 Aug 2013 by NotPolitcallyCorrect
"It is unethical, incorrect, rude, etc., use the google translator tocommunicate with people of other languages?"Not at all. In fact I have encouraged people here to use google translate in order that they be able to make their needs more clear by writing their question out in their native...
24 May 2013 by BBGq
This article describes the cultures of VB and C#.
3 Dec 2013 by Maciej Los
First of all, you did not specify any language...Have a look here: Locale[^] and System.Globalization[^].Globalization Step-by-Step[^]Overview of Globalization and Localization[^]
18 Jul 2021 by Edwin Ross 2021
A context sensitive language
7 Jan 2013 by Rob Branaghan
Perhaps this link may help you?German Text-to-Speech[^]
3 Dec 2013 by amit14aug
How can a normal version (English) can be differentiated from another language Windows Version. I am not talking about system locale. Windows normally comes with English language and if needed we can change system Locale to other language. But there are another Windows Version which by default...
21 Mar 2013 by Leng Vang
I've always been favored static-strong typed languages, but lately I've worked on projects that use dynamic typed languages. I don't know if it is just me but I've noticed a peculiar oddity that most self taught programmers(folks with background other than CS) seem to preferred dynamic typed...
28 Sep 2015 by Vinod Kc
Hi all,I started programming 1 years ago. VB.Net is my main language. I am a hobby programmer. I have started sending few of my programs to my friends last week. They are using windows 7 and xp. They said that it asks for .net frame work to update in order to work my programs. They don't have...
6 Sep 2022 by Member 15758653
Hello, I m contact you because i need to develop a windows app and i don’t know which progamming language learn to create it. This app needs to : - be permanently executed on a pc where a user will have to choose on a graphical interface between...
8 Jan 2013 by ruzin
which field should i pursue to become a software developer or engineer ? what all programming languages are essential to learn for becoming a developer or engineer ?
4 Aug 2013 by GauravThorat
Hi all,I wanted to Convert Text into another Language, and I want this all to be work in Offline mode, As I don't want to send my data over internet, I want this is to be done from my server.So is there any dll/API/Library using which I can translate my text to required...
21 Aug 2013 by Member 10217662
As a new member I want to know more about this community and it will be very helpful for you guys to suggest which language will be the best for current generation software needs. As I am also a student in this field any suggestion or recommendation in this area would be very helpful.thank u
21 Mar 2015 by kosay85
Hi ,I start to make parent control to save what children do in local database . it save websites , take screenshot , chat , when user put some ugly words show message .it detected by AV , but when I send it to AV , they added it as false positive and remove it from data base . the problem...
28 May 2023 by OriginalGriff
That code: if (MessageBox.Show(message.messageSettingChangeLanguage(), "", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo, MessageBoxIcon.Question, MessageBoxDefaultButton.Button2, message.messageBoxAlign()) == DialogResult.Yes)...