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What do you plan to use from System.Drawing especially?
I ask, because the Vb6-community has an extremely powerful Vector-Graphics
(and PixelSurface) Drawing-tool available with the COM-wrapper...
Would like to know which one you had in mind?
(since good STA-threading-support-libraries for VB6 are hard to find).
What's worth mentioning is VB6-native...
I'd suggest that you familiarize yourself a bit more with VB6, before you attempt
a serious Binding...
Not sure if you are aware of - that you can do roundtrip-debugging over the COM-
Not sure what you mean with "gigantic" (I suppose, not the Download-size, because that's a matter of 3-10
seconds these days) - well, the functionality it offers surely deserves the attributes...
CreateThread is only safe to use (in VB5/6) under certain conditions,
which are not easy met...
As soon as you start using VBRuntime-Functions or VBRuntime-Objects
from within the...
Would appreciate, when a moderator could move the last postings (from #496 onward) into a
new thread in e.g.: http://www.vbforums.com/forumdisplay.php?16-Other-BASIC
... to continue the...
Your first question I don't really understand - because on page 1, post #1 of this thread
there's all the Sources for the (admittedly non-ocx)-version...
That Krool prefers to do...
Classical Client/Server needs an instance (a dedicated Process, running on the Server), which at least manages your Data.
You can go for such a solution by installing such a DB-Server-Instance (a...
Because the MSDN refers to the language, the library-function it describes was written in.
Current C-Compilers usually define (in the meantime) a Boolean as a 32Bit Integer-Type
which can have...
I take it, that we talk about a complete port of the C-Sources and not about "wrapping a C-Dlls-API"...
As for your above definition:
Dim argv(256) As String
allocating 256 Array-Elements in...
Thought that's what was relevant - and what we were discussing...
I was talking from practical experience - and as for the theoretical limit of 2GB for
mem-allocations in a 32Bit-process, we can...
The notation: char * argv
is normally used in the main-entry-point of an application, to specify
commandline-arguments (in a String-Array).
In case you do a complete porting of the C-Code to...
A VariableName is what one calls "a symbol" (in compiler-speak).
And those (string-based) symbols represent easier to read "allocations of memory".
The lenght of those allocations depending on the...
Nah - typically it's more like 1.8GB (from the theoretical 2GB) we have available with VB6-Apps,
until the VB-Mem-allocator starts choking on larger (or already midsized) allocations.
You see me on my knees, begging you to enlighten us, oh cruel one... :)
These "registering on first run when placed in App.Path"-attempts of the vbRuntime
were never affecting or targeting ActiveX-Dlls - it was an "OCXes-only"-feature.
But you're right - an idiotic...
will guarantee only 16 allocated Bytes, not more (it's you responsibility to not cross this 16Byte-"boundary"- and that includes the Zero-Terminator-Char)
The fact that a file has "pure ASCII-content" doesn't necessarily mean, that its content
wasn't produced by an UTF8-encoding Export-Routine (at the server-end of the gmail-
WebApp or by other...
I wouldn't ditch it that fast - since it can reliably handle quite a few more things than Elroys code
does currently - which was perhaps thought as a fast hacked example, to be adapted on your own -...
I don't have a google-mail-account and cannot test this myself.
Would be nice when you could send the original (as downloaded from google, not-manipulated)
two types of files to me per mail (I...
Leaving the Split("") - or Split(vbNullString) - out of the function, will cause a differently
filled return-value - and thus an entirely different behaviour in the calling code.
Already tried to explain that - when the Google-native exportformat is used,
then it is (with very high probabilty) UTF8-format.
And the ADO-setting CharSet=UNICODE expects *not* UTF8-format,...
Just a few more thoughts on your attempt, to re-implement a C-based 2D-physics-engine
in plain VB...
Why not leave the C-project "as is" - re-compile it from its C-Sources into a small ...
Hey, it's a weekend... ;)
Just invested some time, to just make the simple to reproduce error:
"Run in IDE per Play-Button" ... "Close Form immediately" ... "Crashing already"
when in C you encounter: &x
this is similar to: VarPtr(x) in VB (just read it as an 'AddressOf').
No, what dilettante meant was, that the Header-Setting in the used connection-string of the example
had no effect. The driver was just treating the SourceFile in "contains a headerline"-mode due to...
Nah, IE-DOM-Rendering is not really different (it's not using any hWnd-based CommonControls
to render Formular-Elements). To render Scrollbars and Buttons with the system-theme,
Your given example is valid and well-parsable CSV - as the Excel-Importer demonstrates -
so the statement that "no one can split them" is obviously not true in case of Excel
(and for other...
The easiest way is per UNC-Path-Notation:
Dim DBPath As String
DBPath = "\\MyServerName\MySharedFolder\My.mdb"
Cnn.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & DBPath
That's basically the same P2P approach, LaVolpe already outlined (in more detail) in post #9.
The problem with that is to ensure *reliably* reaching "all other PCs" - because
when not reaching...
As long as there's no other machine on that LAN which is guaranteed "On",
(all PCs Off), you will have a hard time to manage "LAN-global-information".
Easiest solution is always, when you have a...
Yep, meant to write: "... any DB would serve ... (do, suffice, you name it)" -
sorry for the confusion.
There's always ways around a certain problem - but that would require a more elaborate
description from your end (e.g. describing the Pages you want to generate - maybe they
are simple enough ...)...
I'm out of ideas then - thought these APIs were worth a try - but apparently the cause is else-where.
(I'd guess the setup of a certain program has overwritten some library it shouldn't have on the...
Please check for different behaviour in the IDE and when running compiled (on your problem-machine).
Might be, that since the IDE usually runs elevated these days, a different Registry-hive is...
Did you try - as long as the process runs, and after setting to '2', what Value is reported for:
Aside from that test - did you run your small App as Administrator?
Currently I'm still both - but had my own (mid-sized) software-company for a while - and
worked in all kind of areas (large and small DB-systems Oracle/SQLServer/PostgreSQL/JET/SQLite, ...
vbRichClient5 is a free available, modern Framework for VB5/6 which contains a lot of
useful Helper-Classes - many of them without alternative in the VBClassic-universe.
The above New_c.FSO...
Thought, I already demonstrated per code, how to make *your* design work with single Field-artificial IDs
(and in my *adaption* of your design, there is no inconsistencies possible as well).
For completeness (and to introduce a Helper-Object, which can also set e.g. the
"Run as Administrator"-flag, in case that's needed)...
Here's what it looks like when vbRichClient5.cShellLink is...
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