So I am using the following code in order to go through the string:
static void Main(string args)
string file = „…..“;
using (FileStream fs = File.OpenRead(file))
using (BufferedStream reader = new BufferedStream(fs))
while (null!= (line = reader.ReadLine()))
The problem is: If I leave the line: line.Contains(„construct2licensefilecrack“) empty, the code works fine. It will only execute the Console.WriteLine(line); when the line contains the string „construct2licensefilecrack“, even if it is not on the line.
I would like the code to not just add a condition on the
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So, I am in an airport with the best possible reason I could have been: I have an appointment for a full day of doctor’s visits scheduled in Washington, DC.
I had actually had the appointment in the planning stages but one of my guardians canceled it this morning, so I was off the hook. You have no idea how excited I am to finally be in this part of the world, but don’t worry, I’ll blog about it another time.
Two things came to mind as I considered this opportunity:
– What are the rules for “mindless wandering” when you’re traveling?
– Would I have time to completely read and respond to any emails that may have come in while I was gone?
The picture on the left is one of the many things that I look at for inspiration as I am trying to live a simpler life. I think what gets me is thinking how much we take for granted and how deeply our choices have shaped the lives we lead.
It’s day 5 on my trip and I’m with my darling husband, riding on the train from New York to Boston. If you follow the link, you’ll see part of a small detour which allowed us to see the beautiful train station in Cambridge and, just beyond the station, stop at the Charles River Park.
What I love so much about these photos is the feeling of peace. It was a beautiful, sunny day and yet, even though you can’t see it, you can feel the quiet as we stood there for a few moments.
Even if you can’t see it, sometimes that’s all we need to see. If you can’t fit it into your schedule, you may want to try it. As someone who has traveled the globe, I can’t recommend it more highly.
If you’re on the east coast of the U.S. and you don’t have plans to take the train (AARRRGH!), here’s a link to an Amtrak page with schedules. We’ll be checking out the Blue line (Boston to Providence) and the Acela