logo
down
shadow

C# ASP.NET - Use method from another class to create labels


C# ASP.NET - Use method from another class to create labels

Content Index :

C# ASP.NET - Use method from another class to create labels
Tag : chash , By : Manik
Date : January 12 2021, 08:33 AM

With these it helps I have a simple web page with some textboxes and buttons. When I click one of the buttons, I want some labels to appear below and display some info. , Pass parent control as a parameter to createLabels:
public class MyWrapperClass 
{
  ...
  public void createLabels(Control parent, string labelName)
  {
    Label label_Name = new Label();
    label_Name.ID = "label_Name";
    label_Name.Text = labelName;
    parent.Controls.Add(label_Name);

    Label get_Name = new Label();
    get_Name.ID = "get_Name";
    get_Name.Text = "Not found";
    parent.Controls.Add(get_Name);
  }
}

MyWrapperClass abc = new MyWrapperClass();
abc.createLabels(this, "asdf");

Comments
No Comments Right Now !

Boards Message :
You Must Login Or Sign Up to Add Your Comments .

Share : facebook icon twitter icon

create a scheduling method to display custom labels on 7 day rotation in Objective C (Xcode)


Tag : iphone , By : JSebok
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You can view the source code for the entire category here with comments: https://gist.github.com/1590955
#import "NSDate+RotationScheduleFormatter.h" in every implementation file in which you would like to use the category. Then use the following method call to get the current rotation day:
RotationDay rotationDayInt = [NSDate JL_currentRotationDayWithSchoolYearBeginningOnDateString:@"2011-08-01"];
if (rotationDayInt == kRotationDayA) {
    [rotationLetter setText:@"A"];
}
else if (rotationDayInt == kRotationDayB) {
    [rotationLetter setText:@"B"];
}

java method that takes in generic class, create new instance of the class and calls its method


Tag : java , By : al.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you First, you should define some type bound to the T parameter. Otherwise it will become Object at run-time.
class YourClass <T extends BaseEmailClass>
public void generateEmailData(int numOfMessage, Class<T> emailClass) {       
        for (int i = 0; i < numOfMessage; i++) {
            String message = emailClass.newInstance().generateRandomMessage();
            System.out.println(message);
        }
    }

How to dynamically create content (labels/grids) from Object method that returns List<string>


Tag : chash , By : todor
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue You can display the content of your collection with any type of ItemsControl. Some examples are ListBox, TreeView, HeaderedItemsControl, TabControl, and even ItemsControl itself. These controls take a list of items and display them according to the ItemTemplate.
In your example, you would edit the UCRobots.xaml file to have the following
<!-- The ItemsSource property defines the list of items. 
     Here we are binding directly to the DataContext of the UCRobots class. 
     You could also bind to a property of the object that is set as the DataContext -->
<ItemsControl ItemsSource="{Binding}"> 
    <!-- 
         The below is commented out because the default DataTemplate for the ItemTemplate 
         property is to display a TextBlock that binds directly to the item
    <ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
        <DataTemplate>
            <TextBlock Text="{Binding}"/>
            The Text property is binding directly to the item in the list. 
            If your list contained objects with properties, you could bind to one of those properties. 
            For example, if your list contained a list of People objects, you could bind the 
            Text property to the Name property of your class
        </DataTemplate>
    </ItemsControl.ItemTemplate>
    -->
</ItemsControl>

Create tkinter Labels, Buttons, ... in a class


Tag : python , By : Waynew
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I am trying to improve my structure of tkinter apps. , Here's something that should give you the general idea:
import tkinter as tk


class Statusbar(tk.Frame):
    def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
        tk.Frame.__init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs)
        lbl1 = tk.Label(self, text='Status1', fg='yellow', bg='blue')
        lbl1.pack(side='left')
        lbl2 = tk.Label(self, text='Status2', fg='white', bg='green')
        lbl2.pack(side='left')


class Main(tk.Frame):
    def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
        tk.Frame.__init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs)
        txt = tk.Text(self, width=15, height=5)
        txt.insert(tk.END, 'Hello world')
        txt.pack()


class MainApplication(tk.Frame):
    def __init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs):
        tk.Frame.__init__(self, parent, *args, **kwargs)
        self.parent = parent

        self.statusbar = Statusbar(self)
        self.main = Main(self)

        self.statusbar.grid()
        self.main.grid()


if __name__ == "__main__":
    root = tk.Tk()
    MainApplication(root).grid()
    root.mainloop()

Method for feeding multi-class image data-set where folders name can be used as labels in Pytorch?


Tag : python , By : Noah
Date : September 19 2020, 01:00 AM
I hope this helps you . To split your dataset into train and test datasets you could use random_split function:
import torch
from torchvision import datasets, transforms
from torch.utils import data
import numpy as np

dataset = datasets.ImageFolder('path_to_dataset', transform=transforms.ToTensor())

lengths = [int(np.ceil(0.5*len(dataset))),
           int(np.floor(0.5*len(dataset)))]
train_set, test_set = data.random_split(dataset, lengths)

train_dataloader = data.DataLoader(train_set, batch_size=...)
test_dataloader = data.DataLoader(test_set, batch_size=...)
Related Posts Related QUESTIONS :
  • How to get all variables from a string
  • Delete entity with all childs connected
  • Azure Build agent cant´t find class library referance
  • Initialize Nested Dictionaries in c#
  • .Net Core Binding
  • Generic event test method, preventing code duplication
  • How do I keep the ellipses in the center when the screen is resized
  • How to require a property using JsonSchema.NET?
  • C# XDocument Element/Elements returns null
  • Autofac keyed service with IEnumerable relationship type
  • Installing EntityFramework via NuGet manager
  • Always Check if there is Internet Connection Xamarin forms
  • WCF OneWay service slows down when aspNetCompatibilityEnabled is set to false
  • Can we use JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet with [HttpPost] attribute?
  • How to customize the Setup wizard with custom forms in Visual Studio setup project
  • C# List IList or IEnumerable as argument
  • Parsing File with C# And Replace method
  • Losing special unicode characters in encryption (C#)
  • Getting stored procedure returned value instead of row affected
  • How can I construct HTML using NameValuePair in android?
  • Loading a pop up page in ASP.net through a js file
  • How to pass alert or notification message from controller to View?
  • C# to pause, turn on ssas server, backup cube.... how to?
  • How to execute DataTable.Select() for a column of custom class type for a particular element in that C#
  • how to connect mysql8.0 with C#
  • Passing incorrect values into MultiValueConverter by MultiBinding
  • Can i use IEnumerator as Update func?
  • How to convert API Json response to C# Array?
  • Blazor Textfield Oninput User Typing Delay
  • Performing both layout and render transform results in wrong output
  • uwp beforetextchanged cursor moving in front of text
  • How to keep duplicates from a string[] exclude words from a List and print them out
  • .Net Core Strings.Asc/Mid/Chr/Len missing even after importing Microsoft.VisualBasic
  • How to return to previous search page without being asked to Confirm Form Re-submission and keeping the results on ASP.N
  • How set a identity scaffolding item/page how initial page in asp.net MVC core?
  • LINQ isn't calling Dispose on my IEnumerator when using Union and Select, expected behavior or bug?
  • What is "ByteArray.uncompress()" in AS3 equivalent to in C#?
  • Getting a specific letter from a string variable for my simple guessing game for clues
  • Send an email with Outlook without a subject --- dialog box issue
  • passing List<MyModel> from my controller in the "WebInterfaceProject" to the processor method in "D
  • How to convert Word document created from template by OpenXML into MemoryStream?
  • How can I make a single slider that changes the color of an object?
  • Remap JSON parameter in c#
  • What is the difference between "this ref" and "ref this" when talking about C# 7.2 ref extension met
  • Convert OpenSSL encryption into native C#
  • Accessing Properties in Razor Pages
  • How to get SOAP element value
  • Projection after Group
  • C# error cannot convert sytem.text.regularexpressions.match to string
  • Issues with Save/Load System in a Text Based Adventure game made with ScriptableObjects in Unity
  • VS2019 MSBuild.exe - ASP .Net MVC project fails to publish when using PublishProfile, but works when using OutDir parame
  • Does <pages validateRequest="false" /> in Web.config still matter?
  • How to send new request to redirect URL with new access token
  • Attempt to invoke virtual method on a null object reference Xamarin LockScreen
  • "The attribute names could not be inferred from bind attribute 'bind-value'" exception in Blazor
  • How to fix ''System.ArgumentException" in c#?
  • C#. Ref returning delegate for ref extension method
  • Swashbuckle Swagger generate an actual guid
  • Trying to make thousands of database calls simultaneously - they stack instead of running concurently
  • run mstest from cmd using testcontainer
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © scrbit.com