Binding files in C#?

Binding files in C#?

By : user3855713
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
it fixes the issue Process.Start
code :

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Binding ScatterViewItems to files

Binding ScatterViewItems to files

By : user2267046
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue i think the best way is to use view models to represent the files and bind the view models to the items in the scatterview instead
Does ActiveState PerlApp have a problem binding ico files as "Bound Files"

Does ActiveState PerlApp have a problem binding ico files as "Bound Files"

By : user3544261
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I found that the problem was related to how I was referencing the external bound file within the program. I needed to use the following line of code,:
code :
$iconfile = PerlApp::extract_bound_file("bound_icon_filename");
Basic questions about .lib files ,.dll files , late binding , embedded applications?

Basic questions about .lib files ,.dll files , late binding , embedded applications?

By : Ivy cs
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue
1.) when we use any function does the lib files (containing the function) which we mention (e.g. -lcv.lib , -lhighgui.lib) in our program in turn call the respective .dll files found in the bin folder?does this call take place at runtime?
Binding few csv files

Binding few csv files

By : Eddy Fular
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . I've got a list of csv files in the folder. I want to load all of them and then bind them into one. How to do it ? , Try that for making a list of the files:
code :
list_csv <- list.files(pattern="*.csv")
dataset <- lapply(list_csv, read.csv)
data <- do.call(rbind.fill, dataset)
binding two elements from two different qml files

binding two elements from two different qml files

By : Kris
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times At some place you will instantiate both files. Let's assume it is a TabView. This is the point where you will make the connection between the two files by adding a property to the TabView that will hold the shared value.
The pro of having the sharedValue is, that the time where the two files will be instantiated can be different, so if you destroy the instance of file1 and create the instance of file2 a couple of minutes later, you can still have the value.
code :
TabView {
    property int sharedValue
    File1 {
        id: file1
    File2 {
        id: file2
Tab {
    property alias dialValue: dial.value // now you can access the dial's value via this new property.
    CustomDial {
        id: dial
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