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Phil Hepburn
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Hi all Forum guys,

I have made available the latest 'ClickStartXSharp' eNotes CHM file, from my OneDrive folder.

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AiCBl-gBWjY9hcxoOaI3domPJifO4g

As promised it now has all the details about using .NET to create and use a '3-D' array with index ranges -3 through 0 to +3.

It also uses a Generic class for the 3D array. So you can start learning Generics!

Although its a small app it has some useful syntax and code solutions.

Here is a small image of the relevant part of the contents window :-
3D array non zero based sample.jpg
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Note that the survey results are 13,000 randomly generated questionnaire values.

I am continuing to add more X# code and explanation, and syntax samples, to the CHM folder structure as I go about my daily research for Cologne 2018.

However, it is an enormous task which requires doing ;-0)

Best regards to one and all,
Phil.
Wales, UK.
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a great work! And so much to do.....

Thank you very much!

Wolfgang
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Hi Wolfgang and all,

I realise that new guys looking into the folders of the current 'ClickStartXSharp' eNotes will see a lot of vacant and empty folders / entries, and possibly worry ;-0)

However, the good news is that I have actually covered many more topics in X#, only the content was placed by me into the 'Appendix X' of the eNotes on LINQ for Cologne 2017, I was new to X# at the time and was just recording my successes in any order. See image below :-
XSharpENotes_03.jpg
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If we partly expand this we see much more X# 'stuff', and folders and subfolders were only placed in these eNotes when I had working details and samples in front of me etc..

Here is a part expanded view of contents in the LING publication :-
XSharpENotes_01.jpg
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I need time to transfer the related information into the "XSharp" eVolume. I will get around to it sometime soonish. But for now I am working on the Cologne 2018 support material.

Here is a further expanded view of what X# stuff already exists, but not yet in XSharp of 'ClickStart' :-
XSharpENotes_02.jpg
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Hope this interests a few of you guys.
Best wishes,
Phil.
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Phil,
plus, IMO worth to mention: after downloading your file and viewing, you see NOTHING of the content - until you realize, that windows blocks silently the access if you don't explicitely allow in properties ;)
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Thanks Karl,

I thought there was a catch somewhere - but when I asked guys recently they said they got the CHM files and they were OK.

Will others be able to follow what you said - and get Contents to show ?

Cheers,
Phil.

P.S. why is everything so complicated these days ?
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Hi Phil,

this is a security issue. Someone could put malware into a CHM file.

If you confirm that this file is safe, contents are shown. You need to do this in the Windows Explorer (right click on the file).

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Wolfgang,
one wonders...
Meanwhile i found chm to be a bunch of html with a hyperlink list, but, AFAIK, no scripting, so - what may a chm do, what, e.g., a jpg cannot?
Can't help to feel a bit supicious, that the "security problem" in this special case was a means to make folks swallow the next incarnation of "documentary tooling" ;)

Karl
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Hi Karl,

the CHM seems to use the Internet Explorer, so this could be a risk, And I don't know if it is not possible to embed a sort of executable like a Javascript or similar into a CHM.

Wolfgang
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Okay Karl and Wolfgang,

What should I do to make my CHMs easily useable by others ?

Are you suggesting that I use IE to load-up and change the property every time I publish another version of a ClickStart ? I have MANY !! :-0(

Helpful and possible to achieve suggestions PLEASE :whistle: :pinch: ;)

Regards,
Phil.
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Okay Karl and Wolfgang,

I have just uploaded version 76 of the XSharp eNotes as a RAR file.

Can you see if this works easier at your end, or do you still need to change property settings after unzipping ?

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AiCBl-gBWjY9hcxoOaI3domPJifO4g

Fingers crossed.

Regards,
Phil.
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