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Lea Krukenbaum

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Please upgrade your activity version of your project

    If you update your AM Composer, you usually also need to update your workflow to the required/minimum compatible activity version.  Just click on Change Version to update your process. A drop-down...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    AM Launcher

    The AM Launcher helps you to install/update our products quickly and easily and to create Rollout-Kits. To download the AM Launcher, please have a look here. To get a short introduction to the AM L...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    LINQ and Lambda Expressions

    myString = myList.Find(Function(x) x.Equals("Meyer")) [returns first list item that matches "Meyer"] myString = myList.Find(Function(x) x.Contains("Meyer") OR x.Contains("Mayer")) [returns first l...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Math Operations

    myDouble = Math.Round(12.5, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero) [rounds digit 5 up and returns a double; here: 13] myDouble = Math.Round(12.5, MidpointRounding.ToEven) [rounds digit 5 to the nearest ev...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Inserting Linebreaks

    Environment.NewLine [subsequent text starts at the beginning of a new line] <br/> [subsequent text starts at the beginning of a new line, HTML-tag, "Is HMTL Format" must be checked] yourtext+vbcr...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Working with DataTables

    myString = myDatatable.Rows(1)(3).ToString() [retrieves the item from the second row and fourth column of the datatable] Columns.RemoveAt(2) [deletes the third column of the datatable]* doesContai...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Working with Dictionaries

    myCount = myDictionary.Count [returns the number of key-value pairs] myKeys = myDictionary.Keys [returns a collection of all dictionary keys] myValues = myDictionary.Values [returns a collection o...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Working with Lists

    myList = new list(Of String) [initializes new list of strings] myList = new list(Of String()) [initializes new list of string arrays] myList(0) = "Hello" [sets the first item of the list] mySpecia...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Working with Arrays

    { "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday" } [initializes an array] myStringArray(1) = "Friday" [sets the second element in the array] myString = myStringArray(0) [gets the first element in the array] Sor...

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  • Lea Krukenbaum created an article,

    Comparing Variables

    myString = "Thank God It‘s Monday" [sets the value of a string] myBoolean = myString.Equals("Monday") [checks whether string equals provided input; returns: False] myBoolean = myString.Contains("M...

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