ugh, that’s it for tonight…er, this morning…


Made lots of good progress on Movinator tonight.  I got the object handling connection to the database working perfectly and have started in on designing the GUI.  I hate GUI design…I always felt it was best left up to people who like it.  hehehe.

I kinda hit a roadblock tonight because I was looking for information about using a “?” to do string comparison, but I couldn’t find any info in MSDN about it…of course, I wasn’t sure what I was looking for, I have only seen it used before and wanted to give it a try.  Anyone know anything about how to use that?

*toffer goes to sleep now…ZZZZzzzzz*


Comments (5)

  1. Jeff Parker says:

    ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/MS.MSDNQTR.2004JUL.1033/csref/html/vclrfConditionalOperator.htm

    If you have the MSDN Library installed a better example not sure where it is online I tend to use the offline stuff more.

  2. Anonymous Coward says:

    I think in regular expressions (and in Microsoft wildcards), "?" matches zero or one characters.

  3. Toffer says:

    That was it Jeff…thanks a bunch. :)

  4. Toffer says:

    I thought it was a regular expression at first too Anonymous Coward, but that wasn’t quite what I was looking for. Thanks for the suggestion though. :)