While working on a project porting a large C/C++ Unix application into the .NET world, the language requirements changed from mixed C#/VB.NET/Managed C++ to C# (and only C#). In the C/C++ sources of this project, there were many [sf]printf statements. Migrating these to the corresponding C# String.Format format is not only annoying, [...]
This article begins with the basic steps to use the PrintForm component and simple Form printing, describes various options for customised printing with code examples where necessary, and addresses some problems faced with the usage.Background
Sometime back, I [...]
Printing can be a complicated process, depending on what you want to print, and how you want to configure it. Luckily, .NET 2.0 has helped make the process easier, but it can still be a little confusing at times, especially when dealing with advanced printing configuration. So, this article will show you where to begin the [...]
This article explains how to add a drop-down menu to a toolbar button of Internet Explorer.
The procedure for adding a standard button to the IE Toolbar is well described at MSDN.
Microsoft provides only one CLSID for the button extension: [...]
This sample piece of code has two purposes:It will give you a general background on why to use all this rich set of WMI classes in C++. It will demonstrate an alternative method for obtaining a MAC address of the network card of the computer. Background
I stumbled upon this problem while I was using the RPC function [...]