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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    Fair enough. I guess I just get a bit sensitive to that because I actually do see exactly that happening, and happening alot.

    And I definitely agree with that - as it's not used to excuse the...
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    Re: Brand new and need help!

    Ha! Welcome to programming. You've got a whole career of feeling like that ahead of you.

    I'm moving this thread to the VB.Net section where it'll get more exposure. Passel's been doing a great...
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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    I do but only because I think that's too broad a definition. I certainly don't have a problem with them shooting if they or the public are in immediate danger. I think I do have a problem with them...
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    Re: Questions about Visual Basic

    No. There are two "breeds" of VB. Classic and .Net. Classic has been depracated by Microsoft and .Net was brought in as it's official replacement. It's syntactically similar but there are an...
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    Re: Internet Rotting Away?

    If you could keep it trivially simple, hell yes!

    To get an idea of what I'm talking about, consider the situation I worked in about 20 years ago. We wrote bespoke software for various charities. ...
  6. Re: Can we improve VBForums Star Rating system?

    Code Project is different, though, as it's more about submitting code than asking questions. It's more akin to our Code Bank than the rest of the forum. A thread rating mechanism in Code Bank would...
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    Re: Internet Rotting Away?

    We also need more blue sky thinking to truly monetize the contingent synergies of the new paradigm going forward.

    Is it just me me or does the internet rotting coincide uncomfortably with creation...
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    Re: anybody help me

    I'm not sure what reporting tool you're using so if you want to handle this in the report itself you'd need to supply a bit more information. If you're happy to handle it in the sql then:-
    Select...
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    Re: Internet Rotting Away?

    Actually, those are good ideas. The point is to avoid the complexity of setting up complex automatic deployment/patching mechanisms when the customer doesn't actually want them. Email's good for...
  10. Re: Video-Decompression with the VCM (ICM-Win32-API)

    The CodeBank Policy states that compiled dlls and dependencies are not allowed. This is partly to prevent the spread of viruses and partly to make sure that CodeBank submissions “stand up” on their...
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    Re: What if there was a NEW vb6

    Its OK. Its not clear from the preview what it's subject is or what exactly its referring to.

    Anyway, there not making a very good case for open sourcing it but I guess thats they're loss. I...
  12. Re: Can we improve VBForums Star Rating system?

    I believe it currently just displays whatever score was given to it last. So I just gave this one 5 stars to check and it's now showing a a 5 star thread - I didn't check how many stars (if any) it...
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    Re: Internet Rotting Away?

    Lately I've been getting loads of spam and my broadband keeps dropping out. Dillitante's clearly onto something. This internet thingummyjig is yesterday's technology.

    Simplicity.

    That's why I...
  14. VS 2010 Re: Increment the filename if file already exists [Resolved]

    As JM says, try to keep just one topic in a thread. If you want to discuss another topic, start a new thread. It makes it much easier for people to find information in future.

    As both TrueBoss...
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    Re: What if there was a NEW vb6

    Its a shame that you didn't watch it. The slogan actally refers to "VB" rather than "VB6" so its correct in it's assertion.

    ;)
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    VS 2012 Re: SetWindowHookEx() issue

    The discussion of potentially malicious activities is expressly forbidden on this forum. Please do not ask or answer questions regarding these kinds of topics. I have removed your code as we do not...
  17. Re: (New in VB) Issue with USB Drive Letter

    Guys, let's not hijack BatAlien's thread. This isn't the ChitChat forum.

    BatAlien, .Paul.'s code in post 15 should do exactly what you want but I'd really encourage you to take the time to fully...
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    Re: Internet Rotting Away?

    I think it's really an argument of pragmatism. Setting up any sort of service takes time and the service itself needs to be maintained and yada yada yada. Don't get me wrong, all that stuff does...
  19. Re: (New in VB) Issue with USB Drive Letter

    As others have said, we won't just do your work for you. However, as English isn't your first language and you're brand new to this, a few extra pointers might help.

    The first thing to understand...
  20. VS 2013 Re: In need of support for program (newb here:/)

    Don't post links to key loggers, competently implemented or not!

    I have removed the offending posts. Ident, yours is removed because it quoted Berny's post which contained the link.
  21. Re: Is there anyway to crack outlook pst file passwords ??

    Nope, cracking the security on a file is definitely not something that should be discussed on the forum.
  22. Re: Self-Directed Learning for the Complete Beginner: Books and Web Resources

    I agree 100% with that
    Not with that though. When I did my degree I reckon it was probably about 50% coding.

    IMO, university courses and/or professional training courses are definitely worth...
  23. Re: Moving Tables from one instance of SQL Server to another via USB

    Well I never knew that. Good Tip!
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    Re: Noob VB coder needing help....

    What do you mean by a "Bot" in this case. Is it working against a specific application - e.g. a particular chat client?
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    Re: Hey Everyone, Long Time No See.

    I assure you I've got nothing to do with it.

    NNNNNNNnnnnnnnnnoooooooooooooooooooooo
  26. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Now that was some stirling punning. You're really pounding 'em out. I'd join in but I can come up with Naira one.
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    VS 2013 Re: save program state from ram

    Indeed. All you've told us is you want to "save memory to disk and reload it" but you haven't said what memory. The entire state of windows, the state of a particular app, a particular user...
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    Re: Online RPG Creator

    I had to remove alot of the content of your post. I'm actually quite impressed with what you've done and, I'll admit, I thought it was a bit of a shame to remove it. However, our AUP explicitely...
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    Re: Why does .Net allow easy decompilation?

    Not at the moment but I have done. You are not unique.
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    Re: Looking from some advice

    Good Luck
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    Re: Why does .Net allow easy decompilation?

    That, right there, is the problem in a nutshell. And the area of concern that's really hit by that is UI. Java was the language I was using when I first became a "proper" programmer back in the J2...
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    :rolleyes:They failed in 1918. They failed in 1945. Since then they've been playing the long game and it looks like it might just work;)
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    True. Maybe you could sell them all to the Germans. They'll cover them with beach towels.
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    I'd actually love to have a US holiday or two some time and Florida would definitely be on the list of places I'd like to go. My parents took me when I was young but I was too small to remember. ...
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    Re: Why does .Net allow easy decompilation?

    I'm glad you gave this kind of example (obscure domain knowledge) because that allows me to illustrate the real contradiction I lies behind the decompile argument.

    Your position is that the...
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    Re: How to make some quick cash

    I used to go busking and, take it from me, $13 dollars for an afternoon's not a bad haul.
  37. Re: help with trigger possibly return more than one record

    I would strongly councel against this:-

    SELECT @Status = STATUS FROM dbo.P247_Order_Header WHERE Order_NO = @SO_No
    TG is right that you'll no longer see the error but it hasn't gone away at all. ...
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    Now that sounds like my kinda place!:bigyello:
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    My mate Rob's organizing everything and I think he has already booked somewhere in Athens or nearby, I just haven't paid much attention to the details. To be honest, I'm not even sure who's going...
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    Re: Google and firefox dirty consiracy

    Bear in mind we're mainly coming for the climbing so we want "cool" rather than "raging hot". I'm pretty sure there'll be some beaches involved though.;) I'm hoping to spend a day or two on...
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