...in your references, I couldn't find any reference for this bold
Click on System.Globalization.JalaaliCalendar in the article, it links
to this page on MSDN:
...I see you have named the first section of your site FarsiWeb ...I
definitely appreciate if you clarify your intention on using the same
name in your site
The website www.IranASP.NET is not MY site. I suggest you study the
links well before you ask me for clarifications.
Omid K. Rad
From: Behdad Esfahbod [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: April 27, 2004 6:04 PM
To: Omid K. Rad
Subject: Re: Using Hijri Shamsi date in Outlook 2002
Dear Mr Omid K. Rad,
I read your article at:
where you claim that JalaaliCalendar is going to be added to LongHorn
and .NET 1.2. But in your references, I couldn't find any reference for
this bold claim. I would appreciate if you clarify.
Second and more important, I see you have named the first section of
your site FarsiWeb, which contains articles about Persian in
As you definitely know, the FarsiWeb Project has been active and online
at http://www.farsiweb.info/ for a few years now. I definitely
appreciate if you clarify your intention on using the same name in your
site, as it definitely will be misleading for a few people. Moreover, I
personally appreciate that if you change the name.
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Omid K. Rad wrote:
Currently it is not supported internally by Windows. Anyways, in the
next release of Windows you can do that, hopefully.
Follow the link: http://www.iranasp.net/whatever/jalaalicalendar.aspx
Omid K. Rad
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