Hi to all I would like to ask for help with my C# project. It is a Memory game involving pictures. First the user clicks a picture box and the image shows and remains displayed, then the user clicks another picture box to find the first's pair. I'm having problem with checking if the pair selected is wrong. the first selected picture doesn't "turn back" to the default state.:confused: i somehow discovered that if i display a messagebox in the mouseup event before checking the pictures, the incorrect pair "turns back" to the default state. how can i do this …

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So basically, I'm making a Windows Form Application CLR which calculates a worker's wage. Problem is, when I select the schedule (day,night,afternoon,mixed), I use a button for each schedule respectively, which, upon click, calculates everything on the data you've input. While this is effective, I am being asked to use a combo box to demonstrate each schedule, and a single "Calculate" button for this, yet I do not know how to use a combo box correctly, nor how to use the selected option (say, I selected night, and do the respective calculation parameters). I am unable to find a tutorial …

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So I'm making a simple calculator program on the Windows Form Application of C++. Nevertheless, I'm stuck on the exponents, factorial, and square root part. In my System32 Console calculator, these were the codes I use for the exponent, factorial, and respectively, while I just used the sqrt function of math.h library for the square root: [CODE]cout<<"Ingrese su base : "; cin>>VAL1; cout<<"\n Ingrese su potencia : "; cin>>VAL2; ACUMULADO=VAL1; if (VAL2==1) { RES=VAL1; cout<<"\n Su respuesta es : "<<RES <<endl; } else if (VAL2==0) { RES=1; cout<<"\n Su respuesta es : "<<RES <<endl; } else if (VAL2>1) { for …

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