MemoryStream analog in Python

Does some analog of C# MemoryStream exist in Python (that could allow me to write binary data from some source direct into memory)? And how would I go about using it? StringIO is one possibility: This module implements a file-like class, StringIO, that reads and writes a string buffer (also known as memory files). … Read more

How to change already compiled .class file without decompile?

I want to change .class file’s method. I installed JD Eclipse Decompiler and opened the .class file. I added some codes and save .class file. But, .class file is not changing. I don’t know how to use decompiler. And if is it possible, how to change .class file without using decompiler. I am using Ubuntu. … Read more

Eclipse & C/C++ – do I need to install a compiler separately?

I’m starting to learn C, and installed the eclipse plugin for C/C++ development (the CDT plugin). I’m testing the setup with a hello world program, but it looks like the eclipse C plugin (CDT) doesn’t have a compiler built in. I thought eclipse plugins were usually self-sufficient? Do I need to install a compiler separately … Read more

Validating C# base class constructor parameter

After running Code Analysis in VS2010 beta (FxCop for previous versions) I’m getting the following warning: In externally visible method‘Identity.Identity(WindowsIdentity)’,validate parameter ‘windowsIdentity’before using it. The constructor is: public Identity(WindowsIdentity windowsIdentity) : base(windowsIdentity.Token) { init(); } for a class defined as: public class Identity : WindowsIdentity My question is, how do I validate the windowsIdentity parameter? … Read more