While they have, in past years, enjoyed glorious recognitino such as the iconic ["Worst Company in America"](http://voices.washingtonpost.com/fasterforward/2010/04/comcast_wins_consumerist_worst.html) award, Comcast isn't letting its data-caps go away anytime soon, and while they have raised some of their caps in some markets, it's apparent the motive of the entire movement is far from bandwidth-related. Last month, Comcast stopped kicking around the idea of [data caps](http://arstechnica.com/business/2012/09/comcast-data-caps-hit-test-cities-range-from-300gb-to-600gb/) and instead pushed it into high gear, launching the capped services in various test markets, with limits ranging from 300GB to 600GB. The caps, designed to help quell bandwidth usage with their customers, seems to be suicidal from …

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Hi, I'm almost done with my coding and I'm trying to implement blocking the user from putting anything but numbers into one textbox and then autocaps'n everything put into another. I've been looking through the web and can't find anything to point me in the right direction. Also, I can't figure out how to add an int to a string in a messagebox. my code that I have is: [CODE]Convert.ToString(totalScore); finalMessage = (""); //Displays the users final score along with a finished message. MessageBox.Show(finalMessage.ToString(), "Question 10/10", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information); [/CODE] or at least thats what im trying now, originally it was …

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Okay, this is just a simple trick to determine whether CAPS is pressed because some people here use API to determine whether the CAPS Lock is pressed. [QUOTE] KeyDown and KeyUp don't detect exactly the same information as KeyPress. KeyPress detects a character in its KeyAscii parameter, but KeyDown and KeyUp detect a physical keystroke in their KeyCode parameter. [LIST] [*]KeyUp and KeyDown can detect keystrokes not recognized by KeyPress, such as function, editing, and navigation keys. [*]KeyPress can distinguish between different ASCII characters generated by the same physical keystroke. [/LIST] [/QUOTE] Where did I get KeyCode = 20? Try …

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