This is really simple. Just take the last letter of the movie name in previous post & put another movie name starting with that letter. Eg.:- if i put "The Matrix -Reloaded" answer may be "Doom" so let's start. I put : The Matrix Revolution +0 HI, i'm working on c#.net 2008 edition and i want if we can control the opacity of a picture box on the form differently from the form itself i.e. if we can make the form transparent while still be able to see the picture box on it fully visible. i did try several things but all i could manage was this... SetStyle(ControlStyles.SupportsTransparentBackColor, true); SetStyle(ControlStyles.Opaque, true); this.BackColor = Color.FromArgb(0,Color.Black); but it won't work good. Any help? +0 Ok, :) For the conversion of binary to decimal, check it out: Let’s say we have to convert – 1010.1010 We solve this kind of problems into two parts as follows: ( . ) 1. First take the left hand side no. of the radix point( . ) which is 1010 to convert it into its equivalent decimal the method is as follows: 1 0 1 0 1*(2^3)+0*(2^2)+1*(2^1)+0*(2^0)=10 i.e. >start from the right-most digit (0 here); >move from right to left; >multiply each digit with (2^(position of digit from right-1)); >The sum of all these(10 here) as shown above will … +0 So, the question is simple... in 'C' we have calling conventions in FUNCTIONS. Why? why we cann't(don't) build compilers,libraries to make our own calling conventions like... func()(lr);-for left to right calling convention. func()(rl);-for right to left calling convention. :eek: +0

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