How to tell if two exe's are the same code-wise?

How to tell if two exe's are the same code-wise?

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How to tell if two exe's are the same code-wise?
Tag : cpp , By : user103892
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM

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Why does C# generate different EXEs for the same source-code?

Tag : chash , By : Kaputnik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue "So every assembly has:
A Timestamp, in two locations A GUID that matched the PDB What appears to be a completely random GUID generated every compile. A counter indicating what the build of the assembly is - generated only in subsequent Visual Studio builds."

How do I sign exes and dlls with my code signing certificate

Tag : development , By : Hugo Hernan Buitrago
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue First, you can generate your own pfx file using the pvk2pfx tool described at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff549703(VS.85).aspx
Something like
pvk2pfx -pvk cert.pvk -spc cert.spc -pfx cert.pfx -pi password
signtool sign /?
signtool sign /f cert.pfx /p password target.exe

How would a DOM-less,statically typed, ahead-of-time-compiled javascript code compare to native code performance-wise?

Tag : javascript , By : Dov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Important:
You seem to advocate a stripped, statically typed compilable version of JS. The first thing that shows is that you have no clue as to what JS is: a multi-paradigm programming language, that supports the Prototype-based OO, imperative and functional programming paradigms. The key being the functional paradigm. Apart from Haskell, which can be sort-of strong typed after you've defined your own infix operators, a functional language can't be statically-typed AFAIK. Imagine C-like function definitions that return closures:
function a = (function (Object g)
    char[] closureChar = g.location.href;
    Object foo = {};
    Function foo.bar = char* function()
    {//This is a right mess
        return &closureChar;

In jquery code want to sum all Data by column wise except first row. how can i acheive it by following code?

Tag : javascript , By : KingGuppy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue You can use slice() method to skip first row. The magic is that prevAll() gives you all predecessors in reverse order.
Check this:
$(".income_table tr:last td:not(:first,:nth-child(2),:nth-child(3))").text(function(i) {
    var t = 0;
    $(this).parent().prevAll().slice(0, -1).find("td:nth-child("+4+")").each(function() {
        t += parseInt(  $(this).text(), 10 ) || 0;
    return t;

Javascript Graph plugin to show values , Date Wise , Week wise and Month wise

Tag : javascript , By : Eric
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , According to my Knowledge and experience you should use the chartjs library. Because its fulfill your requirements easily a its documentation was really very easy and understandable properly. Its also very Simple to use and provide multiple types of graphs and visualization also.
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