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accepted Any ASN.1 parsers written completely in managed code & safe from buffer overflows
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asked If OWIN is used on PC and Mac (Mono), then what is the abstraction for claims and authentication?
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comment Should I use WCF, raw Sockets, or something else to send receive data from a command line app?
@MarcGravell Coming from you, and the author of the Protobuf port, I'll likely head that route; Thanks!
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comment How many bytes can I fit into a QR code, with low error correction?
Maybe the source of my confusion is that the only way to interact with the Kendo version of a QT generator is to send UTF8 or ISO/IEC 8859-1 data to it. Binary isn't an option.. hence my question about non printable chars.
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comment How many bytes can I fit into a QR code, with low error correction?
My thinking was that 1 byte = one ISO/IEC 8859-1 character. The wiki says this was a design spec in the ISO. Are not all characters permitted (e.g. non printable) for QR, or their readers?
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revised How many bytes can I fit into a QR code, with low error correction?
added 5 characters in body
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comment How many bytes can I fit into a QR code, with low error correction?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner 10 arrays, each consisting of 32 bytes each.
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comment Is it an acceptable practice to Get a property, that involve parsing binary, that might throw an exception?
From your casing I infer you're using Java. Does this advice apply to C# as well? I'm porting this code from Java and see many API approaches I would have done differently.