C# - How to add reference to project

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To add a reference to CSharp project do the following:
  1. Open “Solution Explorer”;
  2. Right click “References”;
  3. Choose “Add Reference”.



On the Reference Manager Window go to: “Assemblies” -> “Framework”.

C# Custom control – TextBox accepting only numbers, decimal numbers, signed numbers


The creation of custom control using Visual Studio involves the following steps:
  1. Start Visual Studio;
  2. Create new “Windows Control Library” project;
  3. In the created project delete “User Control” file;
  4. Go to “Project” > “Add User Control” and give it a name;
  5. Change the inherited class to this that you want your control to be;
  6. Create you custom properties for the control;
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    2017/10/05 00:51

Visual Studio – Add custom control DLL to toolbox

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To add a custom control to VisualStudio project:1) Go to “Toolbox” tab;2) Right click on it and click “Choose Items…”;

3) In the “Choose Toolbox Items” window click on the “Browse…” button.Navigate to the location where your Dynamic Link Library (DLL) file is.Click “OK”. Now your custom control is included into the Visual Studio toolbox.
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Handling CheckedListBox ItemCheck event in C#

Common problem handling ItemCheck event in CheckedListBox control is the fact that when the event is fired the object's state change is not finalized.If within the ItemCheck event handling function we try to get the CheckedListBox item's check state using the most common methods like getting collection of all checked items

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2015/11/19 10:16

C# How to Modify DataSet Connection Strings at Runtime?

Detailed instructions by Paul Keister in his excellent article Adaptive Connection Strings for Windows Forms Applications
In brief
the connection string property is set read only in the Settings.Designer.cs class:
public string MyAppConnectionString {
   get {
            return ((string)(this["MyAppConnectionString"]));
         }
}

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2015/10/19 11:07

Create application log file in C# / Write to File example

Application log file example
private string logFile = "full path and file name (C:\\temp\\MyApplicationLog.txt)";
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WriteToLogFile("your application message", logFile); // use any time to add record to the log file
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public void WriteToLogFile(string strMessage, string outputFile)
{
   string line = DateTime.Now.ToString() + " | ";
   line += strMessage;
   FileStream fs = new FileStream(outputFile, FileMode.Append, FileAccess.Write, FileShare.None);
   StreamWriter swFromFileStream = new StreamWriter(fs);
   swFromFileStream.WriteLine(line);
   swFromFileStream.Flush();
   swFromFileStream.Close();
}


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2014/10/19 08:55

C# Is the Logged User a member of specific Windows Domain Group?

C sharp code
using System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement;
string userName = SystemInformation.UserName;
string UDN = SystemInformation.UserDomainName;
string domainUser = UDN + "\\" + userName;
PrincipalContext pc = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain);
UserPrincipal user = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(pc, IdentityType.SamAccountName, domainUser);
GroupPrincipal group = GroupPrincipal.FindByIdentity(pc, "Domain_Group_Name");
bool is_member = user.IsMemberOf(group);

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2013/10/19 11:10

DataGridView add row - C#

Considering DataGridView with 3 text columns defined.
string[] row = new string[] { "column1_content", "column2_content", "column3_content" };
DataGridView1.Rows.Add(row);



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2012/10/19 09:18

DataGridView copy to clipboard

To copy the content of DataGridView cells to clipboard using MouseClick function                                                       
private void DataGridView1_MouseClick(object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
{
   DataGridView1.ClipboardCopyMode = DataGridViewClipboardCopyMode.EnableWithoutHeaderText;
   DataGridView1.SelectAll();
   Clipboard.SetDataObject(DataGridView1.GetClipboardContent());
}


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2012/10/19 09:15

Windows application (process) start from C# code

Run notepad application example
using System.Diagnostics; // REQUIRED
private string programStartupDir = "";
private string logFile = "";
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private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
   programStartupDir = Directory.GetCurrentDirectory();
   programStartupDir += "\\";
   logFile = programStartupDir + "Application_Log.txt";
}
...
private void menuItemShowLogFile_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
   Process showFile = new Process();
   showFile.StartInfo.FileName = "notepad.exe";
   showFile.StartInfo.Arguments = logFile;
   showFile.Start();
}




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2012/10/19 09:06