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Please do so - and try to understand what I wrote in my comments above -
just ask when something is not entirely clear - Bottom-line is, that your Data
is now sitting "elsewhere" (you will not...
Sorry to bother again - but the whole thread takes that long (IMO) because
nobody encourages the OP to re-write the whole thing from scratch.
There's a whole lot of things entirely wrong with it...
Here's another variant, which doesn't wait with Resetting the App-Title
until the whole Document was printed (encapsulated in a small Routine,
which only performs a very fast "Printer-No-Op" and...
And the PDF-Driver in question does this just fine, when you look at the ScreenShot I've posted.
I think it does...
Why don't you check it out yourself - I just did so,
placing the following in a new StdExe-Project:
Private Sub Form_Click()
Having said the above - there's another "non-Windows-way" which might be relatively
easy (most devices are also located in a lower price-range)...
Nobody mentioned OpenWrt so far (an alternative...
And there's a lot of those Devices (coming with a full Win 8.1, able to host the IIS or Apache for example)
to be had for about 100$ (usually sporting Quadcore Atoms, 1-2GB RAM and a relative fast...
In a decent ImageProcessing-Program Himetric-Values have no place, so why bother?
The Ole-StdPicture-Container is "entry-level-stuff" - useful for the needs of
normal business-apps, but less...
Yep - and aside from that, the hint DataMiser already gave (with regards to changing
the Format of the 'nonota'-Field to YYYYMMDD) is an absolute necessity, when the
goal is, to find the highest...
I agree with DataMiser, that you should take a step back,
and then rewrite your huge routine using a set of 3-4 smaller ones.
Each of those Sub-Routines then only doing a certain part, but this...
I'm pretty sure that this was caused by Recordsets which used a serverside cursor.
When you use a clientside-cursor with an Rs (along with optimistic locking), then
the internal behaviour is more...
Directly built-into ADO I can't think of something which offers such an
"I'm in a transaction"-Information.
With SQLite you could query the named TransactionStack (or simply the ...
Seems that the FSO-LineReader starts out a little bit slower than the ADO-Stream
with smaller files (around 10000 lines) - but it scales linearily with larger FileSizes
Still continuing with your silly remarks, I see...
Silly because they are based on ignorance - and are prone to mislead VB- (or ADO-) Newbies.
The clientside-cursors are definitely the thing...
There's different ways to approach this...
1) Vector-Math (there should be different VB-Modules to be found on the Web)
3) 2D-Matrix-based Coord-Transformations
Ok, below I've changed my Test-Code to Rs.AddNew (in Batch-Mode, which requires Cnn.Cursorlocation = adUseClient) -
... but no difference - Copying and Deleting Tables per FileSystem-Commands...
I've just tested this - and cannot confirm that.
Maybe it's (as so often) a problem with "File-Virtualization" (when you work
against a Folder which is "protected" in this regard)?
It's a simple "Zero-Check" on a Variable (which on todays CPU-
Instruction-Pipelines doesn't have much impact).
So, compiled to native code you will see basically no performance-difference
Are you sure, you have a working encapsulation of the GetHostByName-API
(tested successfully elsewhere)?
If yes, what does it look like - and how do you call it
(please include the arguments...
There's additional (extended) native-compiler options, which you might "check all in".
This often brings another factor 2-4 speedup in a VB6-Native-Binary (depending on
the concrete code in the...
No - not when you wrap the changes on such an Rs within a Transaction.
... Rs.AddNew or Rs.Updates or Rs.Deletes (or all three kind of changes in case of Batch-Mode)
In case you have already working code for "normal horizontal rendering"
(using cairo, e.g. encapsulated in a function), then you will only need to
apply a proper "TransForm" (CC.TranslateDrawings,...
An ADO-Recordset is a "Wrapper-Class for Records" which in
- a free positionable "Cursor" (an internally movable Pointer to the current-Record)
- true "Container-Mode"...
I already tried to formulate that as a kind of question in my other post above...
Why would you want to do that?
See, after storing the new View permanently in your DB
(you will have to call the...
Yeah, maybe the no-hoper 'Blue Planet' has created new accounts here on this forum,
and is now asking all those Newbie-questions, which seem to bring out the best in you... ;)
I really have to...
Nothing wrong with your question so far (since you tried to explain your Input-Data already) -
but to make it easier with potential help for certain SQL-constructs for those who normally
I'm not sure, writing any *.dat Files will help you much with a clean solution to your problem
(which I still think, is related to your "Pivot-like-Query"...).
You are working with a DataBase -...
Labelling the DirectCOM.dll (which works reliably for hundreds if not thousands of developers
over the last 15 years) as an "indirect" way to do instancing, just shows how much you still
Yes, buckets, clusters whatever you want to name them.
The above mentioned sweet-spot (76) might be a different one in your case though -
but it behaved nicely in my case, where each...
O(1) surely not - but something between O(1) and O(log n) ... not easy to say or determine,
due to the clustered approach.
Each mem-alloc-cluster taking up 76 items (no, not 42 ;)), which came...
That's impossible to implement, since the Item which is enumerated there,
is "an Object" - in case it's instances of your own Classes, you can
always place a Key-Property inside this Class and set...
Still not really sure, what you're trying to accomplish in the end - an example-dataset
for the Input (and what your desired output shall be in the end) would be fine.
And yes, recursion is...
The CSV-TextDrivers for ADO behave "funny" (Schema.ini or not) - so it can very well be,
that the same query (on properly typed JET-Date-Columns of a real JET-DB-Table)
That's not true - from my tests, the given Format-Strings are pointless on a non-US locale
(at least the Date-Format-Strings).
E.g. on a german Win8 system, your posted code is falling over, hard....
Which is really bad advice (apparently given by someone who doesn't use it,
because any SQLite-using developer I know of, will disagree with you on that).
No, it is definitely not.
The code I've posted in #17 will ensure, that the mAnchors-Variable will never be Nothing
(as long as the hosting UserControl lives).
As for the result of a fresh instantiated "JSON-cCollection",...
Hmm that wasn't clear to me, is this documented somewhere?
Yes, it follows (indirectly) from the JSON-standard (and the allowed DataTypes)....
mAnchors (as a JSON-enabled cCollection) will allow only other
(JSON-array, or JSON-object flagged) cCollection in its Object-Members.
So, in the case above (I guess you have an internal...
Did you read, what the current limits are for Googles "Static Maps API" (for the "anonymous" user)?
IIRC, they have increased the amount of available "requests per day" to a decent number now, ...
A small enhancement for that was described in this thread here:
The enhancement then capable to...
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