How to Convert Double Number into Hex in vb.net ?
I want to convert "255.68" to 16 byte Hex/
how to do that ?
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Edited by Nancy Michell
MSDN Magazine July 2003
Many recently days, I thought about Json.net library that implemented by James. It is really a good library that I have ever used. I really impressed about many Converters that this library expose for user. I can list some converter of json.net at here:
As you see, json.net have many converters, but still not enough for our necessary. So in this post, I try to explorer about 2 converters that I thought it is very useful for us. That are ArrayConverter and Object Converter (it is named by me). In 2 converter, I mainly implement it for return the object's interface, so it can be re-use and extension better. Now this is my code for implement it:+ CustomObjectCreationConverter
internal class Split List into sub lists of List of size n Hi all,
I've been playing around for a little bit trying to find the best way of taking a List<double> of variable size and splitting it in to sub-lists of size n. So maybe a method stub like
public List<List<double>> splitData(int width,List<double> data)
The problem is i cant get my head around how to iterate through the parameter "data" properly when the data.count is not exactly divisible by the parameter "width". I have been trying for loops but i think i need to switch to do whiles.
I'm not massively familiar with LINQ but could anyone advise if LINQ would provide an alternative way of doing it?
Any help much appreciated