How can I get the name of a variable passed into a function?

What you want isn’t possible directly but you can use Expressions in C# 3.0: public void ExampleFunction(Expression<Func<string, string>> f) { Console.WriteLine((f.Body as MemberExpression).Member.Name); } ExampleFunction(x => WhatIsMyName); Note that this relies on unspecified behaviour and while it does work in Microsoft’s current C# and VB compilers, and in Mono’s C# compiler, there’s no guarantee that … Read more

Progress bar for long running server calls in ASP.Net MVC [closed]

The right and easiest way to do this is with SignalR. Please download Microsoft SignalR in Create a hub class in separate folder in project path called hubs, add two class files into the hubs folder Startup.cs using Owin; using Microsoft.Owin; [assembly: OwinStartup(typeof(SignalRChat.Startup))] namespace SignalRChat { public class Startup { public void Configuration(IAppBuilder app) … Read more

Encrypting Web.Config

Here are the commands to encrypt web.config file without any programming… For encryption aspnet_regiis -pef “Section” “Path exluding web.config” For Decryption aspnet_regiis -pdf “Section” “Path exluding web.config” From this commands you can encrypt or decrypt all the section.

Applying Styles To ListItems in CheckBoxList

You can add Attributes to ListItems programmatically as follows. Say you’ve got a CheckBoxList and you are adding ListItems. You can add Attributes along the way. ListItem li = new ListItem(“Richard Byrd”, “11”); li.Selected = false; li.Attributes.Add(“Style”, “color: red;”); CheckBoxList1.Items.Add(li); This will make the color of the listitem text red. Experiment and have fun.

How do I give JavaScript variables data from ASP.NET variables?

Probably best easiest to expose them as properties of your page (or master page if used on every page) and reference them via page directives. <script type=”text/javascript”> var userID = ‘<%= UserID %>’; var courseID = ‘<%= CourseID %>’; …. more stuff…. </script> Then set the values on Page_Load (or in the Page_Load for the … Read more