then java does't exist in this world
Vista, Longhorn Server ..., how about Vienna?, Windows Vienna, new succesor for the Vista and LS. What features it will have? other than this:
- sandboxed enviroment (for native code)
- new redesigned Explorer
how good it will be?
Jorgie wrote:"Does Microsoft really think so low of us students that we'd pass the discs around even though it's only £60?"
Yes, and they are correct as far as I can tell. I work at a university and hear the students talk about copying each others software all the time. All you have to do is sit on the computer side of the university bookstore for 5 minutes and you can hear at least one student say 'I pay half and you can burn me a copy.' And they are not talking about music, they are talking about MS Office or Photo Shop. Both of which they already get for aroun 15% of the retail price (~ $60 USD).
here we are copying for free
i have a problem with FTP Classes in .NET Framework 2.0 BCL.
This code will work if FTP server is set with default port 21, but if is not, then... will not work:
FtpWebRequest request = WebRequest.Create(Uri) as FtpWebRequest;
request.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("John Todirel", "home");
request.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.RemoveDirectory;
FtpWebResponse response = request.GetResponse() as FtpWebResponse;
so how to change FTP Port? any ideas?