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..."Using" or "With"
Please can someone enlighten to me as regards the difference with the "Using" and "With" statement when accessing data - which is better, what are the limitations and/or any pointers. Many thanks.
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using gives you the ability to use the connection and it closes the connection directlly after you finish using it. and there is no need to try- cach - finaly. there is no limitation on using USING keywordMuhanad YOUNISMCSD.NETMy Blog || My Photos || LinkedIn
I have a dataobject the re...Using "+" or "||"
Using SQLAnywhere 5.5.04, I've gotten into the habit of using "||" in
ISQL to indicate a string concatenation. I needed to paste my SQL
statement into the PowerBuilder script painter for some embedded SQL, and
PB didn't like the "||" very much at all. I changed it to "+" and it
seems to be ok. Do these two operators indicate ~exactly~ the same
afaik these two's are not the same!
if you're using "||" and any term is NULL then in the resultstring the term
will be ignored
if you use "+" then the resu...superreview requested: [Bug 274440] ".key" should not be used to describe access keys, use ".accesskey" instead : [Attachment 174078] proposed patch #2
Daniel Brooks <firstname.lastname@example.org> has asked email@example.com
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for superreview:
Bug 274440: ".key" should not be used to describe access keys, use ".accesskey"
Attachment 174078: proposed patch
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�..."Net use" not working in application that runs as "system" #2
I am trying to create an application object to distribute a program which
during the setup procedure creates two local users on the workstation. I
tried to set up the application to run as an unsecure system user and
start the setup.exe. This method worked fine for quite a number of apps in
However this app needs a drive mapping to a windows 2003 server to start
the setup.exe. Apparently under windows 2003 it is no longer possible to
use the "net use" command when running a script as system user. I get
system error 1312 "A specified logon ses...Replacing "use base" with "use parent"
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From the base.pm documentation<http://perldoc.perl.org/base.html#DESCRIPTIO=
Unless you are using the fields pragma, consider this module discouraged in
favor of the lighter-weight parent .
From the parent.pm documentation<http://perldoc.perl.org/parent.html#HISTOR=
This module was forked from base to remove the cruft that had accumulated
parent.pm is a 30 lines pure Perl dual module available also in core since
5.10...RE: Using "do" versus "use" for subroutine
Edward Wijaya wrote:
> I would like to know which of this
> is better and what is the pro and cons:
> 1. A file "mysub.pl" which stored
> a subroutine, and later called by
> main file using: do "mysub.pl"
> 2. A file "mysub.pm" and called
> in main file using : use "mysub.pm"
The second construct is not valid; the argument to "use" must be a bareword.
It's not really possible to answer your question without knowing more
details. I'm not clear about what...RFC: interactions between "use bytes", "use locale", and "use feature 'unicode_strings'
I am waiting for blead to reopen before I submit a patch for extending
feature unicode_strings to matching \s, and \w. In documenting it, it
occurred to me that the existing implementation is wrong, along with the
existing interaction between use bytes and use locale.
To refresh your memory, "use feature 'unicode_strings'" is supposed to
mean that even non-utf8 data is to be considered to have Unicode
semantics. In practice, this only affects the characters from 128-255.
It is new in 5.12, and is implemented there only on functions that
change case, such a...using "<input type="file" runat="server">"
im do somthing like that :
<input id="test1" type="file" runat="server">
i want that after the form posted
the value in the "test1" and not clear (like it right now)
how can i do this??...
Thanks"Live you life best way you can "
you can get all information from: test1.PostedFile
i mean that if i post the form to the same page
i don't want the value in the <input type=file> (test1)
"Live you life best way you can "
You mean you'd want the upload field t...how to use "Match" the special char "\" as using filter
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...C#.Net "Double" and "double" When/Where to use?
Hi all Please let me know the difference between "Double" and "double" in c#.Net (I understand that "Double" is structure and "double" is an instance to that structure) differences if any thing else. Also the context in which both has been used.(When/Where to use both). thanks all...
hi,my brains says Double is reference type & double is value type.regards,satishKind Attn: If a reply to your post helped you, kindly mark it as Answered.__________...Saving the "File path" string to DB using "File upload"
I'm using a "File upload" control (<input type="file"/>) to obtain the file path and then save this path to a db.(Not the file itself)I've put this control inside a DetailsView control. The problem is,even if I select a path, by clicking the Insert(or Edit) from DetailsView,nothing will be inserted. How can I make DetailsView to save the file path inside the TextBox of this control?
<asp:DetailsView ID="DetailsView1" runat="server" AllowPaging="True" AutoGenerateRows="False" DataKeyNames="id" DataSourceID="SqlDa...Using "using"
In C#, when instantiating objects, it seems like there are two choices; 1) fully specify the hierarchy (i.e. System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection) or 2) placing a using statement (i.e using System.Data.SqlClient;) so you can using the more direct reference (in this case "SqlConnection").
What are the factors involved with deciding to use a using statement versus fully referencing everything in the code?
using is just a shortcut so that you don't have to write the entire namespace out for each instantiation. The drawback is that someone reading your code may not immediat...Convert file on a path to "Stream" without the use of html "file" control
Basically I am building a CMS of sorts, I have built in the functionality to generate a thumbnail of an image that get's catalogued, I then take my original file and transfer it to the server along with the thumbnail - which is all working fine...
Using the html file control accpets the following: (name - "fileImage")
Dim x As Stream = fileImage.PostedFile.InputStream()
Which is fine - one file at a time, however I need to build in the functionality to get all the image files from a directory and batch transfer them.
basically I will have the path similar to:...