Yonatan Nir

Israel

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comment Implement efficient method invocation order possibilities
My goal here is that the user will give his request via a GUI interface with predefined actions to choose. That's a bit of a problem regarding how to get the keys..
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comment Implement efficient method invocation order possibilities
Let's say for starters they got the set of parameters and same return type
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asked Implement efficient method invocation order possibilities
Nov
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comment C# - TextBox_TextChanged event - revert to previous value
@eranfu I've given you the answer. You should accept it
Nov
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revised C# - TextBox_TextChanged event - revert to previous value
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revised C# - TextBox_TextChanged event - revert to previous value
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Nov
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on C# - TextBox_TextChanged event - revert to previous value
Nov
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answered C# - TextBox_TextChanged event - revert to previous value
Nov
12
comment Removing an existing credential from local computer
I can tell them but it won't help.. most users are not smart or they just don't want to do it themselves.
Nov
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awarded Popular Question
Nov
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asked Removing an existing credential from local computer
Oct
31
comment VS2012 return to a normal TFS checkin window?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
comment VS2012 return to a normal TFS checkin window?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
comment VS2012 return to a normal TFS checkin window?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
comment Is there a way to use the Visual Studio 2010-style Pending Changes / Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2012?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
comment Is there a way to use the Visual Studio 2010-style Pending Changes / Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2012?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
comment Is there a way to use the Visual Studio 2010-style Pending Changes / Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2012?
Wanna try answering this: stackoverflow.com/questions/25382353/…
Oct
31
revised Using a docked old style Pending Changes window with Visual Studio 2013
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Oct
31
comment Not allowing a user to save TFS credentials
That's just how we work.. people got their on station but they might give other people using their station if needed and then they can log in with their credentials and save them and it can make a mess especially if the one who logged had more permission than the original owner
Oct
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comment Not allowing a user to save TFS credentials
BTW do you happen to have a C# example of how to remove a credential?
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