Assume you have define an enum like :
public enum LanguageCollection : int
English = 0,
Is it possible to populate all enum item to a dropdownlist control without hard code each enum name ? The answer is Yes.
Here is sample code :
for (int i = 0; i < Enum.GetNames(typeof(LanguageCollection)).Length; i++)
How to remove subversion (SVN) source control from a project ?
Too easy ways:
Way 1: Just simply delete all .svn folders under your project folder and all sub folders in Windows Explorer;
Way 2: Create a new folder which you can get a Non-SVN control project code later, go to your SVN controled project, right click on root folder, TortoiseSVN -> Export , then select the folder that you created just now, click OK, then you will get a clear project without SVN control;
Good luck !
.suo and .user file are two types of hidden user files in Visual Studio project.
.suo file which is a binary file. .user file is the project user file which is a text file.
You don’t need to add these 2 files to your source control (SCM) since they contain per-user settings and SUO (Solution User Options) records all of the options that you might associate with your solution so that each time you open it, it includes customizations that you have made.
Copied explanation from Microsoft official site:
Solution Files (.sln and .suo)
Visual Studio uses two file types (.sln and .suo) to store settings specific to solutions. These files, known collectively as solution files, provide Solution Explorer with the information it needs to display a graphical interface for managing your files. They allow you to concentrate on your projects and final goals rather than on the environment itself each time you return to your development tasks.
.sln: Visual Studio Solution
Organizes projects, project items and solution items into the solution by providing the environment with references to their locations on disk.
.suo Solution User Options
Records all of the options that you might associate with your solution so that each time you open it, it includes customizations that you have made.
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