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Comments by cjb110 (Top 17 by date)
Is it not ordering within `Configure`? Try moving your middleware to before UseAuth or UseMvc.
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Would be nice to see both LINQ syntax formats though.
Reason for my vote of 1 \n what? Title and content don't bear any relation to each other.
Reason for my vote of 2 \n You really should add details, this isn't just a share site, its supposed to help people learn. Go through the design of your control, why you did what you did, and as Sacha asks why not use the built in control?
It sounds like a fairly limited control with a specific usage, so its probably best to approach from the point of how to easily create your own similar controls.
Reason for my vote of 2 \n It should be made clearer that for .NET 4 there are existing framework methods that do this more reliably.
IsWow64Process is not guaranteed to exist on all .net platforms. So you should check it exists first.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n One area around this that also needs expanding is the 'why/when' this applies. I can follow your examples but I can't think of any problem where I'd even attempt to do it? So some examples of where this occurs might help.
To expand on this, you don't, not directly anyway. You have a number of steps (typically):
1) read the database records
2) format the database records into some presentation format (HTML, txt, Report (Business Objects, SQL Server etc).
3) 'print' that report to a PDF printer to create the PDF.
Although you might be able to directly create a PDF in source, I've not seen many examples, so I wouldn't attempt this.
Reason for my vote of 1 \n Why would you be working with just objects so often that you'd need these extensions?
Also has these extensions really saved all that much? You've lost all the other overloads of Convert, and made the code less understandable by a third party?
And with intellisense you've not even saved typing time.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Would be even better if it showed before/after examples.
Reason for my vote of 3 \n I think you need to specify *why* you would need to do this? It sounds like its breaking half the principles of good code development.
Reason for my vote of 2 \n No where near enough information. Not an article as such, more an example that would accompany one.
From this you can't see how this even communicates with a database!
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Really needs the negatives of each as well.
Can I tell if the datasource has been set to read-only? In pure SQL terms it shouldn't be.
Nice, but your code references some int extension methods I think! IsMultipleOf and IsInteger.
Ok, just tried that, and the index always seems to be -1? I put the code in the page_init of my custom page. On debug it does look like its referenced the right control.
I think some of the problem is my misunderstanding of how the master and custom page are combined, and how/when the varing events are fired...its a lot less clear than winforms!
thanks, exactly the type of response I was looking for!
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