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Genealogy (Family tree) Source code or a library needed

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Hey everyone,

I am looking for any source code for my website to include a genealogy. I am not having time to build it up from the scratch. Can any one help me in this issue. If any one can provide me the libraries or any partial code, so I could use it, that would be great..

Thanks in advance,


Syed Ahmed Hussain
Nov 21 '09 #1
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The Bytes volunteers are not here to write your code for you. This is not a free homework service.
Bytes is very much a "Give me a fish I eat for a day. Teach me to fish I eat for a lifetime" kind of place. Just giving you the code doesn't help you learn near as effectively as good old-fashioned trial and error.

Do a little reading up and experimenting then if your trials aren't doing what you expect, post the code and relevant messages/errors and we'll see what we can do to point you in the right direction for making it work.

Try hitting Google with terms of your programming language and primary terms of what you want to do. For example "C# custom events" or "VB datagrid Excel". I've found this to be a very effective tool.

May I suggest
  • First: Do some research. I heard about thing thing called Google, or books even.
  • Second: Do some experiments yourself. You will learn so much from actually trying it before throwing up your hands in defeat before even starting.
  • Third: Show the volunteers here the code that you created that was the closest to successful along with relevant errors.
Nov 21 '09 #2

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1. I actually did my homework :)
2. I am already having a family show program written in WPF, I did tried to create one of my own on silverlight.
3. The research work, well, I did that from the very own source called google..

But what I came to realize is there was an option coming down to this screen giving me similar posts, and I am almost done with what u r saying...

Thanks for all these tips!!!
Nov 21 '09 #3

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