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  1. Re: executing Windows Shell script from vb.net

    I don't really have an explanation for that because bcdedit.exe is a file in the System32 folder.
  2. VS 2013 Re: Argument null exception in multi array

    You are calling that Interpolate2 method so you are the one passing Nothing to that parameter. Don't. Make sure that you have created the array before calling the method. We can't really tell you...
  3. VS 2010 Re: Porting VB.Net(VS2010) Project to VB.NET(VS2013)

    This seems to be a case of making too many changes at the same time and then not being able to work out which one caused the issue. I suggest that you go back to your original source code and simply...
  4. Re: Datagridview - Insert Row into specified row

    A good developer knows where and how to find information for themselves. Forums are great but should always be a last resort... unless you don't want to be a good developer.
  5. Re: Datagridview - Insert Row into specified row

    That would be the Insert method.

    For future reference, you should have to ask questions like that here. Here's the steps you should have followed:

    1a. Use the Help menu in VS to open the MSDN...
  6. VS 2012 Re: Need to pull IP Addresses from an Array and use Multi Thread Ping

    [quote] tags are for quotes. Not surprisingly, [code] tags are for code. Please repost your code snippet so that it is easy to read.
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    Re: Dll file about AccessDatabase

    As Shaggy says, if you're using an MDB file then you should use the Jet OLE DB provider, which is basically part of Windows and already available to all 32-bit apps. If you're using an ACCDB file...
  8. VS 2013 Re: Reload / Refresh DATAGRIDVIEW

    You're doing it wrong. The second form shouldn't be saving anything. It should pass the changes back to the first form, so the grid is already updated BEFORE the first form saves the changes. Do...
  9. VS 2010 Re: Porting VB.Net(VS2010) Project to VB.NET(VS2013)

    There is no "porting". VS 2013 will generally open a VS 2010 solution without any change and, in cases where changes are required, they certainly don't involve changing the target platform. All you...
  10. VS 2010 Re: [RESOLVED] Value should be between 'minimum' and 'maximum' (ProgressBar)

    Logic would dictate that you ignore any events where e.CurrentProgress is larger than e.MaximumProgress because that is not possible and is obviously a misreport.
  11. Re: how to connect db from vm(virtual machine) to server (vb.net code)

    If you don't know the connection string for a remote server then visit www.connectionstrings.com.
  12. Re: how to connect db from vm(virtual machine) to server (vb.net code)

    The fact that it's a VM is irrelevant. It's treated like any other server.
  13. VS 2010 Re: Value should be between 'minimum' and 'maximum' (ProgressBar)

    That error message indicates that 100 is not between the Minimum and Maximum property values of your ProgressBar. That indicates that you have the Minimum and/or Maximum properties set incorrectly. ...
  14. VS 2010 Re: Value should be between 'minimum' and 'maximum' (ProgressBar)

    Follow the CodeBank link in my signature below and check out my Tabbed Web Browser thread. When I was working on that, I encountered these funky progress values too and I added some code in the...
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    Re: Cunningham's Law

    I've never heard of that law before but I have definitely seen numerous examples of it and have undoubtedly been responsible for a few in my time.
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    VS 2008 Re: form.show in slow motion

    This thread is almost four years old and the OP's two posts here are the only ones they've ever made, so I don't think they're coming back just to mark the thread resolved. You have successfully...
  17. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    I'm glad I've been of help and I'm glad that you're progressing and succeeding in your career.
  18. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    Is that what I said to do in my earlier post? Yes it is, so it is the correct approach.

    One thing to note is that that means that the server will read every client's data using the same encoding. ...
  19. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    Is that what I said to do in my previous post? No it is not, so it is not the correct approach.
  20. Re: Adding a new parameter to a Timer1_Tick() Event?

    In that case it sounds like all you needed to do in the first place was assign one of the UCs to a field of the form. When the Timer raised it's Tick event, you'd get that field value to know which...
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    VS 2013 Re: BackGroundWorker don't do a function

    You're just plain doing it wrong. A BackgroundWorker is, as the name suggests, an object for doing background work. Anything to do with the UI is inherently foreground work. DO NOT touch the UI in...
  22. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    Yes and no. That code shouldn't actually have to change. This line:
    Dim message As New StringBuilder(Me.Encoding.GetString(buffer, 0, byteCount))is using the Encoding object assigned to the server...
  23. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    You're right, that code is about the server receiving messages from the client. Whether you are building a new client or using an existing one, the server still has to accept the connection request...
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    Re: What is a PDB file ?

    It took me less than a second on Google to find this:I searched for "what is a pdb file", just as I said. A few more seconds would presumably have yielded more useful information. I guess being...
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    Re: stored procedure and lan connection

    Nope. The same thing would happen without a sproc.
    The application will throw an exception.
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    Re: What is a PDB file ?

    What do you not understand about the information you found when you searched the web for "what is a pdb file"? As to why your application should require its presence, I'm not sure about that. I...
  27. Re: TCP/IP Send and Receive Message Asynchronous (Basic)

    I haven't checked the link you provided but I've posted an asynchronous TCP/IP example in the CodeBank that might help. There's a link in my signature below.
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    Re: two values inside a combobox in vb

    Add an extra column to your DataTable and set its Expression property to the desired combination of the other two columns.
  29. Re: executing Windows Shell script from vb.net

    Can you execute those commandlines at a command prompt?
  30. Re: Let user customize keyboard shortcuts?

    So then, what you care about is setting the ShortcutKeys property of a ToolStripMenuItem, which you should already know because you must have already set it to Ctrl+Shift+J in the designer. You'll...
  31. Re: Converting HH:MM:SS Into Seconds (And Reversed!)

    It's actually a structure.
  32. Re: Converting HH:MM:SS Into Seconds (And Reversed!)

    Or:Private Function HMSToSeconds(hms As String) As Int32
    Dim seconds As TimeSpan

    If TimeSpan.TryParseExact(hms, "hh\:mm\:ss", Nothing, seconds) Then
    Return...
  33. Re: How to insert multiple date in DateTimePicker

    You are doing a fine job of creating confusion here. You originally asked how to add multiple dates to a DateTimePicker. The DateTimePicker is a Windows Forms control and can contain a single date...
  34. Re: executing Windows Shell script from vb.net

    Shouldn't you just be able to call Process.Start three times for those three commandlines?
    Process.Start("bcdedit", "/set {current} safeboot minimal")
    Process.Start("bcdedit", "/set {current}...
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    VS 2013 Re: MS Access creating record bugs?

    How EXACTLY are you connecting to the database?
  36. Re: Let user customize keyboard shortcuts?

    Well, it was probably the very worst example you could have used. It's not YOU that has Ctrl+C set as the keyboard shortcut for Copy; it's Windows that has had it set to that for decades.

    So,...
  37. Re: Let user customize keyboard shortcuts?

    No. No, no, no. Ctrl+C is a system-wide keyboard shortcut for copying data to the Clipboard. It works throughout Windows and has done for decades. Why would you think that it's a good idea to let...
  38. VS 2013 Re: Bindings (data to control) not working

    Does your PropertyDescriptor have its SupportsChangeEvents property set to True?
  39. VS 2013 Re: Bindings (data to control) not working

    Does your BoundItem class implement the INotifyPropertyChanged interface?
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    VS 2013 Re: mvc password logic

    So what's the issue then? Surely you know how to write an If statement. You just said it in your own words:
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