Alberto

Italy

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asked Naming convention for protected backing field and its Property
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awarded Popular Question
Nov
21
awarded Notable Question
Nov
14
comment Programmatically Creating CAD Files
Check this out devdept.com
Nov
12
asked Detecting Windows Server operating system
Nov
6
answered What is the best 3D technology for creating a room-planner programme?
Nov
4
revised Opening a Form from a WPF application
added 46 characters in body
Nov
4
comment Opening a Form from a WPF application
@WeSt: It works, thanks. Add an answer so I can mark it!
Nov
4
asked Opening a Form from a WPF application
Oct
24
accepted Missing image from Rotativa PDF file
Oct
24
comment Missing image from Rotativa PDF file
PNG image format works like a charm, thanks!
Oct
20
answered How can we read, parse a autocad .dwg file and extract information from it programmatically?
Oct
16
accepted Linking a resource file to an existing .NET assembly using Assembly Linker
Oct
14
comment Linking a resource file to an existing .NET assembly using Assembly Linker
In C++ is possible and it looked like the same thing could be done by AssemblyLinker. Deploy the file is not an option for us.
Oct
14
comment Linking a resource file to an existing .NET assembly using Assembly Linker
I think I cannot use ILMerge because the file I am trying to link is not a .NET assembly, it's a generic file I simply need to be copied to output folder when using original assembly.dll...
Oct
14
asked Linking a resource file to an existing .NET assembly using Assembly Linker
Sep
22
awarded Popular Question
Sep
12
accepted ObservableCollection property initialized with a few children in WPF
Sep
12
comment ObservableCollection property initialized with a few children in WPF
We managed to do it with the links you provided. Thanks!!!
Sep
12
comment ObservableCollection property initialized with a few children in WPF
we are checking it out but it's difficult to write a easy sample as ours from the links you provided. I cannot believe that there's not anything more close to what we need...
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