Monthly Archives: January 2014

JScript Oddities – Returning Typed Arrays

As implied in my last post, I’ve been involved in developing some JScripts recently. Infact, nearly half a dozen scripts that are fairly large. In these scripts I created classes to handle data, and in some instances these scripts would … Continue reading

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JScript and Exceptions

So, one of the disadvantages of JScripts is the lack of visibility when it comes to exceptions – it can make troubleshooting frustratingly difficult. It is especially challenging when you are so used to the richness of the .Net exceptions. … Continue reading

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Statusbar, Windows, and Centering a Child Window

I have a project that I am working on where a popup window will appear asking for some parameters and then it will kick off a process which may take a while to return. The information on creating a new … Continue reading

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The Blight that is the ComboBox – Binding and My Common Mistakes

There is a nasty sore, a diseased abomination that is the blight of WPF, yes, it is the ComboBox. It is my nemesis and will fight me at each turn, it fiercely beating me off as I struggle to coerce … Continue reading

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