Actually you are looking something like storing user preferences, see this article:

RoyMicro commented: helpful +1

the way you are using clearInterval is not correct.
its should be something like this:
var t;
//to start
//to stop

for more information in this, just see:

Don't look for code here. Spoonfeeding is strictly avoided here. Let us know what you have done so far.

Please use proper English, didn't you read above posts by yellowSnow?

Salem commented: It appears they haven't read anything yet +36

Try to avoid GOTO. Put main loop inside one more loop or try some other logic. Use of GOTO will create all the mess at last.

Ancient Dragon commented: Absolutely yes. +36

Its not a good idea to have source code sent via email. Please answer everything here in this community, let others also learn. :)


sknake commented: that sums it up! +6

try for your self.
if you face problem while trying post here.

do in this way:
Object x;
x = s.Pop();
ArrayList al=x as ArrayList ;

Read example [URL="

Or, create a constructor in Form2 which take loginId String as parameter.

do you want to create tool for this? if yes then try using regular expression.

you can use data base,
from the second application (after authentication has been done) you can query session variable from the browser and check the value of that data from data base.

dont use innerHTML property with text box. its property of tag element like div.

or see an example;
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="_Default" %>

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">

<html xmlns="" >
<head runat="server">
<title>Untitled Page</title>
<script type="text/javascript" >
function clickMe()
<form id="form1" runat="server">
<asp:TextBox ID="id_TB1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox>
<input type='Button' ID="Button1" OnClick="javascript:clickMe();" Text="Click Me" /></div>



peter_budo commented: Nice example +7

I think following things are necessary:

  1. You should be good at HTML
  2. You should be familiar with JavaScript
  3. You should be familiar with CSS
  4. Yous should be familiar with at least one of the
    server side scripting language like PHP, JSP,
  5. You should know about browser technology,
    else will be endup suffering from browser war.

It should be noted that no ethically-trained software engineer would ever consent to write a DestroyBaghdad procedure. Basic professional ethics would instead require him to write a DestroyCity procedure, to which Baghdad could be given as a parameter.
-------Nathaniel S Borenstein

ZZucker commented: excellent observation +1