Windows Forms C# - Forms and Dialogs

| 2018/02/02 22:01

Forms and dialogs in Windows Forms are windows that contain controls. They can be different types: to have or to not have a frame, to be modular or not to be, to be stretchable or not to be, to be above all other windows or not to be, and so on. The System.Windows.Forms.Form class The System.Windows.Forms.Form class is a base class for all for

Windows Forms C# - Loops and Arrays

| 2018/02/02 13:42
Loops 
Programming often requires repeated execution of a given sequence of operations. Loop is a basic programming design that allows multiple execution of a source code snippet. Depending on the type of the loop, the program code in it is repeated either a fixed number of times or while a condition is in effect. A loop that never ends is called an infinite loop.

Windows Forms C# - Variables, Strings and Boolean

| 2018/02/02 02:07
Variables: The variable is a container of information that can change its value. It provides the opportunity for:

Windows Forms C# - Controls and Code writing

| 2018/02/01 23:41
Control class The System.Windows.Forms.Control class is a base class, the basis for all graphical controls, and defines a unified control framework - a programming model on which controls to be developed and implemented. It defines the common properties and events for all controls.

Active Directory Time Synchronization with multiple domain controllers on different Hyper-V hosts

| 2017/10/19 03:42
By default, when virtual machine is created on Hyper-V host, its clock is "bound" to the virtualization host operating system clock via Hyper-V integration services. If there are two or more virtualization hosts in the same network, it may happen the operating system time on one of the hosts to be different comparing to another host.