Create an application that will be able to replace an array of words and replace them with an array of corresponding words on an MS Word document.
Recently I was instructed to create an application that will be able to replace an array of words and replace them with an array of corresponding words on an MS Word document. With this I’ve searched the following:
- Visual Stduio
- Install the nuget package DocX
- Administrative access on the context the application is running
Dictionary<string, string> lReplacements = new Dictionary<string, string>();
string newFullPath = @”c:\sample.docx”;
using (DocX document = DocX.Load(newFullPath))
//for loop is better than foreach
foreach (var item in lReplacements)
Hope it helped you as it helped me with this simple snippet.
We recently had a problem with our Windows 10 to Install .Net 3.5 of Windows Feature when under Proxy. We found out that the installer of Windows has the said installer with it but needs to be triggered by the following steps:
1. Run CMD as Administrator
2. DISM /Image:C:\test\offline /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:NetFx3 /All /LimitAccess /Source:D:\sources\sxs
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jQuery Extension for ASP .Net MVC Opensource and Paid
My boss told us to search for a jQuery Extension for ASP .Net MVC to make the development easier. After minutes of searching the web I have found two extensions that you and I can use:
- DJME 2 which is an free and Open source
- Telerik Extensions for ASP .NET in this case is a paid extension
Both extensions utilizes the creation of custom helper to make jQuery development quite easier but abstracted. Abstracted because you are learning how the extensions should be use to produce jQuery but your not really coding jQuery.
During my OJT I have experimented on the .Net Framework to develop some games during our free time.
One the games I have develop is the MouseAttack. Its a game were you need to avoid some falling objects in order to get more points. The game was developed for a little time, but I hope you like it.