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August 2004 - Posts

App.Path equivalent in .NET

Looking for VB6’s App.Path equivalent in .NET? Here is what you need to do: static public string ApplicationPath { get { //return System.Environment.CurrentDirectory; return System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory; } }
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Islam: Why we have different Fiqas?

As we know, we have different Fiqas in our religion, different groups have different practices, customs and even different opinions. I never understood why these differences are there. One day when I was discussing this with my father, he raised the point,
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csharp-source.net

Looking for Open Source projects in C#? Add http://csharp-source.net into your bookmarks.
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TSql: Count, Group By and Outer Join

Earlier I asked a SQL query related question by presenting a scenario. We were having unexpected results with the query that had an outer join, group by and the count. The actual problem was that we need the counts of all the Groups, if there is no user
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TSql Question: Count, Group By and Outer Join

I have a question related with SQL Server. Consider the following TSql statements. drop table #Fun_Groups; drop table #Fun_UsersGroup; create table #Fun_Groups (GroupName nvarchar (20)); create table #Fun_UsersGroup (UserID nvarchar (20), GroupName nvarchar
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Snippet Compiler

You are working on some project in the Visual Studio, you are stuck somewhere, and you need to test some idea, you setup a new project (usually Console Application) write the code in this new project, test its working and then copy paste the code from
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Gmail Notifier from Google

Using GMail? Need some power toys? Now Google itself has started offering, go check it yourself. The Gmail Notifier is a downloadable Windows application that alerts you when you have new Gmail messages. It displays an icon in your system tray to let
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Free Edition of BEA's WebLogic

BEA is offering free edition of WebLogic 8.1 to developers. Visit http://freetodevelop.com to get your copy. Is this a side affect of Visual Studio’s Express line? J I never have used WebLogic, may be I am not involved with Java projects so much
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MSN Calendar

MSN® Calendar is again available to use for free. Earlier they stopped offering the service that made many of us to shift to Yahoo Calendar. Good to have them back again J MSN® Calendar is now free for all MSN Hotmail® users. MSN Calendar
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Mono Tropa

It’s been long since Mono ’s v1 is out. If you want to play with it, MonoTropa is a good resource. You will find different ported applications, like nGallery, BlogX, IBuySpy, ASP.Net Forums along with getting started information about Mono
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Stinger: CLR integration in another commercial database engine

If .NET/CLR integration is important, and you are dying when Microsoft will release Yukon (SQL Server 2005) , you will be glad that Yukon is not the single player of this game, IBM’s DB2 is going to do it, and many people believe they even will
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Back from Umra

I am back from the Umra, the trip was pretty good. We had to face more rush in comparison to what we were expecting. People, for God sake, don’t use mobile phones at holy places, I witnessed people using them during Tawaf (even in Ehram), Jammat
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Executing character string with variable table name

This post is in response to an answer put on a mailing list. The person is interested to know how to create a stored procedure having Tsql statement with some variable table name, that’s passed to the stored procedure. Here is the sample TSql code.
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