During the programming competitions "Google code Jam", Google expect us to comunicate with that standard in/output. Instead of most competitions that expect that you read and write to a file. Goolge has exmples for a vew languages in there FAQ but not for c#. During the qualification round i found that it's easy to do this.

// read a line from the standar input with:
string line = Console.ReadLine()

// write a line to the standard output with:
Console.WriteLine(line);

That is not to difficult but it means we have to write all the input strings in the console line by line by hand during debugging. Unless there is a way to redirect the standard input and out put to a file. In Visual Studio there is a way to do just that. Go to your project settings and find the following options.


with these "Command line argument" settings the standard input is redirected to the file: "C:\temp\input.txt" and the output is redirected to the file: "C:\temp\output.txt"

Skills:

Autodesk Inventor, Vault, Git, C#, vb, .net, php HTML, css, js

Education:

University computer science.
HBO Mechanical engineer.
MBO Fine mechanics.

Experience:

Programmer and Mechanical engineer at Kelvion
(2016 - 20..)

Mechanical engineer at Strukton
(2009 - 2016)

Mechanical engineer at RDG-engineering
(2007 - 2009)

CNC Programmer at VMC
(2005 - 2007)

volunteer at Taizé
(2007)

Certifications:

Objectgeoriënteerd analyseren en ontwerpen, Objectgeoriënteerd programmeren in Java, Webapplicaties: de clientkant, Databases, Security Aware Programmer, Web Security Specialist