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wncroma Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Perfect. The only effective solution I found on the web. and I searched a lot.
Thanks for the post.
Divya Tripathi Re: Dangers of comments with ASP.NET
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Mr. Nice Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Fantástico. Gracias
simon tello Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Is work ,for net core decimal validation jquery.validate.js
Astronomancer Re: Running .NET threads on selected processor cores
A great article, and one of the few examples of how to do this. Pity I discovered itr after cutting out my own P/Invoke heavy rendition. Really should have looked closer at the Process members...and pity Framework hasn't improved in this area Sometimes is really is simpler to spin up a thread than messing with the allocation-heavy Task class...
Rik Hoofs Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thanks, works great!
Marck Re: Plug & Play MVC
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John Re: Extending MVC validation with new rules
Saved my oats today with this example. Thanks bud!
Emy Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thanks!!
sopheakdey Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
It works for one comma separator but start from two comma separator not work. Any can help me?
Samuel Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Found this solution after 2 hours of searching and it worked perfecly. Thank you so much.
ali Re: Moving ASP.NET Identity model into another assembly
What are you trying to do ???
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Vignesh Re: ASP.NET MVC and virtual views
how to create cshtml page dynamically in C#
Luiz Antonio Alves de Oliveira Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Dear.

Wonderful solution. Thank you!
huyFromCzech Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thx!
Nishantha Re: Running .NET threads on selected processor cores
Hi,
I am experimenting a parallel processing task, running threads in different processors. I used your code and need to return a value as given in following code

DistributedThread thread = new DistributedThread(delegate () => { S=(largest(12, 5)); });

Problem is it does not return S
Please explain the reason and how to correct it

Thanks,
Nishantha
Brayan Loayza Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
I Love you bro, you save my life, asp is terrible....!
I Uydur Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Kiitos! Thank you very much Lenard!

This spare me a lot of time and took my frustrations of jQuery script away.

Why didn't I thought of overloading earlier :D
BALAJI LAXMANRAO BIRAJDAR Re: Moving ASP.NET Identity model into another assembly
I have a business layer between the data layer and UI layer. How can I achieve this? And ideally, we shouldn't be passing the Data Entities to the UI layer. So what is the way to move the ASP.NET Identity classes to Data Layer so that we can have a single myDbContext and allows for foreign key linking of the User tables with Application tables with Code first approach?
Mathew Baker Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thanks Lenard... I spent hours searching and trying different solutions. Your solution worked straight away...THANK YOU!!!
paul dwight Re: Dangers of comments with ASP.NET
I likeit
Moshe Re: Running .NET threads on selected processor cores
Hi,

Thank you for the great explanation and code... It works like a charm :)

Is there a way to update the affinity after while the thread is running ?

Thanks,
-Moshe
Jaime Re: WCF service namespaces (getting rid of tempuri.org)
Hello...

How to change the binding namespace in .NET 4.5? in this case, no "services" tag exists.

Regards
Jaime
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