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I believe it was a typo. The multibyte character set code page mentioned should have been 52936. I will fix in the next refresh.
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Visual Studio 2010 - Visual C++Generic-Text Mappings in Tchar.hTo simplify the transporting of code for international use, the Microsoft run-time library provides Microsoft-specific generic-text mappings for many data types, routines, and other objects. You can use these mappings, which are defined in Tchar.h, to write generic code that can be compiled for single-byte, multibyte, or Unicode charac
Last modified by Microsoft on 5/26/2010 7:45:10 PM
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To display a date format string that's made up of multiple standard date formats you can specify the following syntax:"{0:d} {0:t}"This will display the short date pattern followed by the short time pattern.If you were to try "d t" this would be interpretted as a custom date format and so would display the day of year followed by the first character of the am/pm designator.
Last modified by Gwynn on 8/18/2009 6:39:19 PM
.NET Framework Developer's GuideStandard Date and Time Format StringsUpdated: July 2009A standard date and time format string uses a single format specifier to define the text representation of a date and time value that is produced by a formatting operation. Any date and time format string that contains more than one character, including white space, is interpreted as a custom date and time forma
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/26/2010 10:06:28 PM
.NET Framework Developer's GuideStandard Numeric Format StringsUpdated: October 2009Standard numeric format strings are used to format common numeric types. A standard numeric format string takes the form Axx, where A is an alphabetic character called the format specifier, and xx is an optional integer called the precision specifier. The precision specifier ranges from 0 to 99 and affects the numb
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/26/2010 10:06:28 PM
.NET Framework Class LibraryIFormattable Interface MembersUpdated: April 2009Provides functionality to format the value of an object into a string representation.Namespace:   SystemAssembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll) <ComVisibleAttribute(True)> _ Public Interface IFormattable Dim instance As IFormattable [ComVisibleAttribute(true)] public interface IFormattable [ComVisible
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/27/2010 12:12:55 AM
.NET Framework Developer's GuideFormatting OverviewUpdated: July 2009Formatting is the process of converting an instance of a class, structure, or enumeration value to its string representation, often so that the resulting string can be displayed to users or deserialized to restore the original data type. This conversion can pose a number of challenges:The way that values are stored internally doe
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/26/2010 10:06:28 PM
switch with string variables (switch (C# Reference))
Hi,I'm trying to do the following:switch( icsName ) {case"Beclomethasone MDI 40 (Qvar)" : case"Beclomethasone MDI 80 (Qvar)" : case"Ciclesonide MDI 80 (Alvesco)" : case trialString : icsOrderStrings.Add("Add 2 puffs"); icsOrderStrings.Add("Add 4 puffs"); break;I'd like to set trialString programmatically but the compiler insists on a constant. Is that how it's supposed to behave? Is there so
Last modified by S J on 8/24/2010 7:34:06 PM
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About Strings About Strings The string functions give applications the means to copy, compare, sort, format, and convert character strings as well as the means to determine the character type of each character in a string. All the string functions support the single-byte, double-byte, and Unicode character sets if these character sets are supported by the operating system on which the application
Last modified by Microsoft on 11/24/2009 11:21:58 PM
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Protect connection string information (Securing Connection Strings)
You can also protect your connection string information with private void ProtectSection(String sSectionName) { // Open the app.config file. Configuration config = ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration(ConfigurationUserLevel.None); // Get the section in the file. ConfigurationSection section = config.GetSection(sSectionName); // If the section exist
Last modified by Junior Mayhe on 1/7/2010 9:51:14 PM
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