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dll woes c# noob
by PokerGuy in C & C++ & C#

I'm a bit of a visual studio noob. I have just restarted a project in which I am using NHibernate. The project worked fine last time I used it but now is giving the following error.

System.IO.FileLoadException: Could not load file or assembly 'Iesi.Collections, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=aa95f207798dfdb4' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's man

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Am I writing this right? [noob]
by Drift King in Programming Languages
private final int NUM_SOUND_FILES = 4;
private Random rnd = new Random(4);
private int mfile[] = new mfile[NUM_SOUND_FILES]; //the second mfile
//reports error everytime
mfile[0] = R.raw.sound1;
mfile[1] = R.raw.sound2;
mfile[2] = R.raw.sound3;
mfile[3] = R.raw.sound4;
int sndToPlay = rnd.n

Questions about Git from a noob
by Skee in Development Tools & Services

I am a git newbie and trying to get my head around it all. I have a few questions and wondered if anyone would be so kind as to answer them. I hope you understand what I am trying to say!

I have forked a private repo from someone on Github… do they see the work I do on that repo and all branches? Because my forked project will have some additional files/folders I would not want th

C++ noob getting seg faults
by Nate-X in Coding

Making a vector of lists of unsigneds in C++. I am clueless when it comes to pointers but I think I need to declare the vector as holding pointers to the lists.

It's just been a disaster. If it compiles at all, I get seg faults.

I don't know in advance how large the vector will be until I get a file to read (it should be on the first line) and I won't know how large the

How Do I Not Be a Noob on IMVU?
by Bin in Internet
A noob, also known as a "noobie" or a "newbie," is a user who is new to the IMVU 3D chat website. Some IMVU users use the term "noob" in a derogatory manner and make rude remarks when a new user asks a question on makes a mistake. However, many people on IMVU simply view noobs as clueless newcomers, much as they were when they started visiting the website. Losing your

How Not to Be a Paintball Noob
by Vrki in Sports & Fitness
Diving into the sport of paintball is sometimes intimidating for a beginner. With all the equipment, rules and terminology, it can be downright frustrating to learn your way around. If you're a relative "noob" to paintball, there are a few tips and techniques you can focus on to simplify your journey toward becoming an advanced player. SafetyThe first thing any aspiring paintball play
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How to Tell if You are a Noob in Runescape
by Platinumjsi in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Playing Runescape can be a lot of fun, especially once you know what you are doing. Below you will find out how to tell if you are a Noob in Runescape.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Noob with a skill level of 3After signing into your Runescape account, position your mouse pointer over your character on the screen in a Runescape free world.
Right click the mouse while the pointer is h

How to Tell if You are a Noob in Halo
by Traut in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Halo has taken the entire world by storm. You can play it on your Xbox 360 in campaign mode or on the internet in multiplayer games featuring 1 on 1, teams or free for all mass combat. Playing Halo is an incredibly fun game - unless you're constantly being slaughtered! If other players are taunting you constantly then you might be a noob - a new player.Following is a list of some very "noob" thing
TAGS : Tell Noob Halo

Noob need help in age calculation
by Scott Smith in Databases

This query method works :

FROM xxx-table
WHERE YEAR( CURRENT_DATE( ) ) - YEAR( '1988-10-27' )
- ( DATE_FORMAT( CURRENT_DATE( ) , '%m-%y' ) < '12-31' )
Between 20 and 25

But what I need is something like this...


A few Emacs noob questions
by svn in Programming Languages

Sorry if these are obvious answers but I've googled around and can't seem to find what I'm looking for.

When I have multiple files open in split screen mode using C-x C-3 how do I close JUST the window I'm currently in and no other?

I'm using Ruby and it doesn't seem to auto indent my def end correctly.. is there a Ruby plugin that


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