1. riyabansal

    string manipulation in c#

    i want to fetch " Name Date Value BP 01/26/2015 15 Ht 01/26/2015 15 Wt 01/26/2015 70 BMI 01/26/2015 218.71 " date and value from this string. how can i achieve this. Thanks in advance.
  2. Crystas

    Creating Form1 txt file, to use in Form2 (HangMan)

    I'm stuck... Form1: I created an easy Form with Name, LastName and Age. I save the FirstName and LastName in a log.txt file and i want to use it in Form2, but i can't get it to work. Here is the part of the code that i save the First/Last name. private void btn_next_Click(object sender...
  3. Henry

    Question Unexpected symbol `}' ?

    I am getting the error  mcs -out:main.exe main.cs main.cs(30,32): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `}' main.cs(30,35): warning CS0642: Possible mistaken empty statement main.cs(33,32): error CS1525: Unexpected symbol `}' Compilation failed: 2 error(s), 1 warnings compiler exit status 1 ...
  4. carl4020

    error CS0103: The name [name] does not exist in the current context

    Hello. Basically i suck at code at times and i am very shit at troubleshooting. I get these errors in my MeshGenerator.cs: Assets\Scripts\OpenWorld\Procedural Landmass Generation\MeshGenerator.cs(52,32): error CS0103: The name 'heightCurve' does not exist in the current context...
  5. lmstearn

    Building Out-Of-The-Box Tutorial Examples

    Hi there, With VS2017 15.5.2, building Resources from Code-behind, the final topic on this tutorial page: Get: Having tried most of the suggested workarounds from SO, not a clue as to where to go from here- is it something to do with views at all? Also compiling Custom Dependency Properties...
  6. R

    Question number is the same as the random number?

    Hi! im compleetly new at coding and started to watch barnacules codegasm series and one of the episodes is about making a simple magic8ball game, i took this idea and made it a little bit different, but now i need tome help :P Here is my cocde atm (I know there is probably way better ways to...
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