I've googled around a bit, and I haven't been able to find a good listing of what classes from the .net CLR are not included in the 'CoreCLR' aka Silverlight.
What is Silverlight missing from the Windows .net Framework?
Also, is there anything that the Silverlight runtime has that the .net Framework doesn't?
Solution Silverlight Runtime (Silver
I have a start stop time button excel 2010 sheet to keep track of how much I spend on tasks at work. It was working fine until this morning and I am getting a Run-time Error 424 Message. The code is below. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated!!
Private Sub btnStart_Click()
Is it possible to run an application built on .NET 3.5 with a plug-in built with .NET 4?
Solution You will need to rebuild (not exactly true, check update) the .NET 3.5 application to target .NET 4.0 because by default it will start in the .NET 2.0 runtime which will then not support the plugin.
If the machine only has .NET 4.0 framework installe
I have an Array (linear field)
with pre sorted numbers
[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6],
but these arra y is shift to the right (k times),
[5,6,1,2,3,4], k = 2
But I don´t know k. Only the array A.
Now I need an Algorithm to find the max in A (with runtime O(logn))
I think its something with binary search, can anyone help me??
Solution The q
I've tried using both:
NSClassFromString and objc_getclass
to return a class, so I can create it at runtime, but both functions return nil for some classes, for example "TestClass". Note that NSClassFromString works for me for 99% of classes.
If I add
before I call NSStringFromClass or objc_getclass it, it works. and if
OK, I know this is maybe the most stupid question ever asked here, but what actually is C runtime library and what is used for? I was searching, Googling like a devil, but I couldn't find anything better than Microsoft's: "The Microsoft run-time library provides routines for programming for the Microsoft Windows operating system. These routines aut
I'm getting runtime error (NZEC) when running the following code over at SPOJ. I'd be very thankful if any of you would kindly point out what's going on.
static void Main()
long t = long.Parse(Console.ReadLine());
ulong a, b, n;
for(long k = 0; k < t; k )
With objects especially, I don't understand what parts of the object run before initialization, what runs at initialization and what runs sometime after.
EDIT: It seems that parsetime is the wrong word. I guess I should have formulated the question "In the 2-pass read, what gets read the first pass and what gets read the second pass?"
I am reading about the go package "runtime" and see that i can among other (func GOMAXPROCS(n int)) set the number of CPU units that can be used to run my program. Can I force a goroutine to be run on a specific CPU of my choice?
Solution In modern Go, I wouldn't lock goroutines to threads for efficiency. Go 1.5 added goroutine scheduling affini
I've read about algorithm run-time in some algorithm books, where it's expressed as, O(n). For eg., the given code would run in O(n) time for the best case & O(n3) for the worst case. What does it mean & how does one calculate it for their own code? Is it like linear time , and is it like each predefined library function has their own run-t