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  1. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    Agreed but what was in the news this morning, and granted that may change, was he was out in public within hours of being sick. Meaning he was contagious and walking around in public. I probably...
  2. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I typoed my last post:

    This:

    That does change my position that the risk of an Ebola epidemic in the U.S. is minimal at best.

    Should have been:

    That does not change my position that the...
  3. Re: Very strange time difference in 2 sprocs run through another sproc.

    Without any way to really know I suspect it isn't the amount of data but something like buffereing, memory allocations, etc. Create a temporary table on each DB with about 20,000 rows in each one. ...
  4. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    Well, that wasn't lost on me which is why I posted "Do we at least agree we all exist? :o". I wanted to at least establish a baseline of understanding between us since we couldn't even agree on 2 +...
  5. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    Heh, heh! :D
  6. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I'm not and a quick Google search didn't pull anything up other than "The Infamous .999... = 1" from here:

    http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/55748.html

    With a quick blurb being:

    "By...
  7. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    OK...accepting that, is there any doubt in your mind what my point was? If in daily communication everything was broke down as you mentioned it would really slow communications up. For example if...
  8. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I’m new to the term “Ad Hominem reasoning” but the concepts can be seen in day to day arguments. It seems that you are using a piece of information that can be true, “Ad hominem reasoning is not...
  9. Re: Very strange time difference in 2 sprocs run through another sproc.

    Ditto what Merrion posted especially since, as more information comes out, there are many more pieces in play than I first thought. I'd look for the simplist explanation first, which I think you...
  10. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I missed something you saw. That seemed reasonable and fair. I honestly believe it was a good piece.
  11. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I had to look up ad hominem...I'm embarassed to say I'm guilty of that quite a bit. I'll need to watch that. Right after this post :D

    Maybe it has something to do with the Republicans not...
  12. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I'll view the link at home tonight...I'm not surprised. I don't know if the member is still active but one got mad at me for insulting Faux news as a sub standard "news" show for democrat\liberal...
  13. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    I can't watch that at work...

    Have they blamed Obama for it yet :bigyello:
  14. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    It may have already been mentioned but the news media love it for the 24 hour news value and ratings. Certain politicians are also using it to their advantage. Both do a disservice to us all.
  15. Re: Very strange time difference in 2 sprocs run through another sproc.

    I say it is pretty obvious everything is not exactly the same. Can you set a up a trace? Maybe that will reveal something. It should at least point out what statement is sucking up the time.
    ...
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    Re: Two part question Hannah Graham

    Or you could p*ss off the Germans again and we can come save you :eek:
  17. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    Ironically, Lou had a lesser-known older brother named Allen, who contracted and died of the same condition. That's why, today, Lou Gehrig's disease is often referred to as AL's
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    Re: Your opinion - sharing code

    Yes, I was talking about the second situation. There is evidence around the shop I work in of many, of what I call, "false starts". Soemebody has an idea or sees an idea on the internet and decides...
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    Re: Two part question Hannah Graham

    t the bottom of this link is an example of the kind of comments I don't want to be part of...
    ...
  20. Re: If you like your Ebola, you can keep it

    How about Lou Gehrig? What are the odds of dying of a disease with the same name as you :eek:
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    Two part question Hannah Graham

    Serious...

    I reworded this so the subject doesn't match the topic anymore...

    It looks like they may have found the remains of Hannah Graham:
    ...
  22. Re: create excel file without excel installed in vb6.0

    Just spitballing...maybe you would want to use it as some kind of data repository independant of the PC having Excel. Maybe you want data from remote sites sent to the "home" site in a common...
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    Re: Text file with variables

    I got the feeling "barcode" isn't a literal but rather a real barcode like "|||!!|||". That is why I looked for the "+" sign.

    I don't have a clear understanding of what the OP really wants.
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    Re: Text file with variables

    I only have a second so maybe I shouldn't post anything at all but something like this using my example to write it out:

    mStreamWriter.WriteLine("^FO503,40^FR^BY3,3.0^BCB,80,N,N,N,N^FDW" & BARCODE...
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    Re: Text file with variables

    There must be a gazillion ways to do that. This is bare bones doing exactly what you posted. Hopefully it will demonstrate something that will get you started. The contents of C:\TestTextIn.txt is...
  26. Re: create excel file without excel installed in vb6.0

    I tested the code and it created the spreadsheet and then I could open it with Excel. Now I have Excel but I think that would have worked anyway.
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    Re: Your opinion - sharing code

    It sounds like you are in sole control of your projects. I'm talking about a shop with over thirty programmers. I think that changes things a bit but then I guess it just comes down to knowing what...
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    Re: Your opinion - sharing code

    I was a contractor for many years in the IBM mainframe arena. This is only my second job in the VB 6.0\.Net world. My first job the entire system was in a single executable and that is all I knew....
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    Your opinion - sharing code

    I lost some time today working on code in a module (.bas) in an VB application. My code wasn't working in the compiled version and when I added some message boxes they weren't displaying running the...
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    VS 2013 Re: Unit Testing

    You might want to validate data is actually entered also...In other words did the user enter a first and last name and if not should it be required?
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    Re: Pandora's Promise

    I saw this article today. This is just the first paragraph:

    Radioactivity in Norway's reindeers hits high
    Published: 06 Oct 2014 12:12 GMT+02:00
    Updated: 06 Oct 2014 12:12 GMT+02:00

    ...
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    Re: Alan Henning: Your views

    Agreed 100%. And to prevent myself from digressing anymore in this thread about other items, related or not, I'm going to leave it at that. :)
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    Re: Alan Henning: Your views

    Good points. I'm glad you agree with my saying "I'm not comparing that to what ISIS is doing." The amount of good whether it is helping the imporverished elderly or young is in your own "backyard"...
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    Re: Alan Henning: Your views

    I don't think religion is just a cover for those animals. I believe it and their desire for a caliphate are the driving forces. As with many things however there are many layers of complexity and...
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    Re: Alan Henning: Your views

    I've have very mixed emotions about it. It seems there are probably many people in his own “back yard” that could have used his help. He allowed himself to become political fodder and left behind a...
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    Re: Windows 10 preview

    At least they brought the Start button back. Dropping it reminded of the success "New Coke" was.
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    Windows 10 preview

    I received this from a Microsoft account here at work but I think anyone can use it. I haven't tried it and do not plan to. It recommends not loading it to your primary computer. I know lots of...
  38. Re: NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

    At the top right of the thread is a menu items called "Thread Tools". In that drop down is an item to mark the thread resolved. That puts "Resolved" in the subject. Otherwise someone has to open...
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    Re: vb6 and Windows 10

    I haven't checked it out but I was sent this link to preview it:

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-download
  40. Re: Insert last insert id into multiple tables

    Here is a good place to start:

    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/es/connector-net-examples-mysqlcommand.html
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