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How to describe 'out of the way' in a cartoon style?
I'm looking for the name for a technique where cartoon characters are displayed using a technique where the object/character moves 'out of the way' of the main subject.
The internet is filled with examples of this sort of thing, but I'm struggling to find the name.
My best guesses so far have been:
'Stealth character' (just what it sounds like), but this doesn't seem to describe what's being done
'fade in/out' (something like a little Fade to Black), but that sounds more like what you see in TV
Inline, or secondary, character, such as this
You could call it secondary animation, secondary character or a cameo
I am currently working on a web application written in
C#/ASP.Net. I want to be able to download users data. I
have some idea of how to do this in a trivial form, but
have never implemented a real-world scenario.
My application requires users to enter and keep a
password. This password is then used to grant access to
In my mind, the following way of doing this is good, but
is not documented in any useful way.
1) Using the following trick, I am able to create a
randomly generated password. It is not the best way to
do it, but I am using a normal web application and not
a web service.
2) Whenever the user enters their password, the following
Protected Sub CheckPassword(ByVal strPassword As String, ByVal
pRes As Boolean)
Dim result As Boolean = False
Dim s As String = ""
s = "SELECT Password FROM
User WHERE Password = '" & strPassword & "'"
Result = SqlDataAdapter(CommandType.Text, s, connection,
"SELECT Password FROM User WHERE Password = '" & strPassword &
If Result Then
password = Result.ToString
password = strPassword
3) Then the application will store the user's password
using the following code.
SqlCommand command =
new SqlCommand(query, connection);
command.Parameters.Add("@Passwd", S 0b46394aab