I have tried to Convert.ToString to convert int into a format a comma in each thousand. I am not successfully. Well, because I went to a wrong way. I shoulduse String.Format. Just like this
Display the int in thousand format(e.g. 1,200)
This afternoon, I was practicing Socket Programming in C#. That is the reason I wrote this program.
This program can check whether the port of IP address is opened.
Note that, that is only a toy to practice C#.
I am a sharpdev user. As far as I know, Sharpdev only support Wix setup. That is the reason I started to learn about that.
Wix is easy to use. That is a XML-based tool. What I need to do, specifing the files needs to be install and path in the xml files.
This is a good tutorial.
I am developing some personal software and use a number of operation systems, such as Linux, Windows XP & Vista and Windows Mobile. Yeah, the first name is hit on my head, Java. The virtual machine of Java can run various platform too and they has very very similar Look and Feel across various platforms. But my major language is C# at this moment. My solution is wvWidget. This a C++ GUI API library and can run in Win32, MacOS, Linux and WinCE(Windows Mobile). Moreover, it has a .Net Library. So I can develop the application via this library.