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Sure, saved me half an hour or so - and (other than diles WIA-based solution) it was not
only a very *performant* solution (suiteable for live-rendering with 30 -even 60 FPS) -
but *also* very...
I found it necessary, because it saved me time (not having to google first for an
alternative and well-implemented 24Bit-DIBSection-Class, and studying its interface...).
Code in the Codebank...
And a Code-containing Zip on VBF-UserWebSpace is better than a Code-containing Zip
on an external site exactly why?
And believe me or not, but I had to google the term 'SEO'...
Well, from the...
Thanks for diggin it out (as a kind of "precedent")... ;)
Hah - it's worse even <g>...
If we take diles argumentation, who was complaining about a kind of "look at my site"-advertisement...
And what *exactly* do I supposedly know by now?
I mean, neither did FunkyDexter state clearly what's wrong with Demo-Source-Zip-Links to
site-external WebServers, nor can I find any...
And I thought I ensured "easy access" in a convenient manner for all readers:
- by posting the Form-Code in Code-Tags for those who wanted a short overview of the Class-usage directly "on-site" (now...
Glad we agree so far.
You mean, the fact that I posted an URL to the Demo-Source as a *.zip is somehow "despicable"?
There's lot's of zipped-up and uploaded VB-Source-Projects to be found...
...and therefore I've posted only plain VB6-SourceFiles in my Zip.
No VB6-App runs without dependencies (the most important one is the VB6-Runtime) -
and I simply mentioned an additional...
Adapting the User-Agent-String is not sufficient, the IE-Control will still run in IE7-mode by default...
There was a longer thread about this topic a few months ago...
Please check out the...
Cannot get the YUV 4:2:0 RawImage to decode with your example.
As for the vertical Image-Flipping (if needed) - this can be ensured usually at the final rendering-stage -
but have included an...
Just uploaded a small Demo which decodes both your RawData-examples in about 1.5msec to RGB24-Format.
That is more than fast enough, since with 30Hz Capture-Rate, you have about 33msec time...
Just a small example, how to use the ICM-API (hosted in msvfw32.dll), to decode
YUV-RawData-Blobs as they may come in from Web- or other Cam-Drivers...
These APIs are still supported also on...
Can you save and upload a single frame of Raw-Data somewhere (as it directly comes in from the cam)?
If I understood correctly, you will have to loop over your RootFolder anyways (from time to time) -
and if that's done per FindFirstFileW/FindNextFileW - then all the date-informations you need...
You sure, you don't want to use a proper library for all that stuff?
Well - after your first sync-run took place - what would be useful to apply then,
is a FileSystem-Watching (in case the...
Wouldn't say so...
Googling for [SafeArray MSDN] leads to the description of the appropriate struct here:
As LaVolpe said - check in your ObjectExplorer (using F2), what's wrong
with the Project-Reference to 'vbRichClient5' (it is perhaps not found,
at the place you usually place the 3...
Find the highest amplitude within both channels of your sound (song, whatever).
e.g. when you found within 16Bit PCM-Stereo (looping over both, the left and right
channel), the max. Amplitude...
Thats usually (as in: 'often but not always in the same way') the case.
Different DB-Engines may hand out the results (on the very same data and
the very same indexes, using the very same...
Since your SQL-statement doesn't contain any 'Order By'-Clause, it is entirely up to
the DB-engine, in what order it hands out the resulting records to you.
I'm quite sure, you *do* look for...
As long as you can write most of the stuff up in a single sentence like the above,
then it's not really complex, as long as you use an Object-Model (possibly backed
up by a small DB, to be able to...
Just another Bytes2Hex-routine, which works more along the lines of the C#-code
(dealing only with math-ops in the inner-loop, using no string-functions) - should
be a bit faster - which could...
And to post an example of a simple expression-parser which has support for your own
Userdefined functions - demonstrating, that it is not possible anymore, to work with
As Doogle already demonstrated - it is possible to leave String-Literals "un-escaped"
(without enclosing the Str-Content in quotes), when the Script-Interpreter or -Parser
remains simple and...
All of the algos I've posted had the same quality (apparently the one Olaf Schmidt
was able to come up with).
In my very first version-pair they had "Schmidt-non-Optimized quality" -
There's no bias against one method or the other - since both are valid algorithms in their own right.
For certain scenarios one would be choosen over the other.
Feel free to optimize the...
In almost all situations I prefer to work with zerobound-arrays - so if you produce those
arrays at the VB6-end (or within VBA) with zerobounds, then leave them at it...
The write-direction (as...
It's about 650 times slower - but yes, the difference is quite large - and overproportionally so,
when we e.g. compare it with the VB6-native-compiler-timing when I run the same task:
n = 100000,...
Well, below is the link to the Zip I've posted the SHA1-checksum for in #25:
And below's the code to paste into a VB6-Form - in the...
AFAIK (and just tested it) - you can fill an XL-Range directly also from a Zero-based (2D) Array.
E.g. this fast, simple test did work here:
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal...
Then the Events you defined on the C#-end perhaps are not compatible with VBs COM-based
Event-mechanism (IConnectionPoint, IConnectionPointContainer)...
The mechanism works for most native...
Glad it's still useful these days...
Posted quite some graphics-stuff at this time, all surrounding this GetArrFromHdl-call,
so if there's an interest in a few more demos (based on those ...
FWIW, dug out some code from an old post of mine, which shows the usage
of a (32bpp) GetArrFromHdl- as well as a DrawArray-function which takes into account
what Tanner already mentioned.
That's again wrong information - and as for trolling - IMO you're doing it
the whole time in our "conversation" (if it may be called that).
Nope - I can only repeat myself here - you so far...
Sure - take a good look at the IIF-function and what it finally accomplishes,
since that was the only thing I was struggling with the whole time, until the light
finally came on... ;-)
FWIW, I have it working here now (sha1-checksum for my Zip-File is: b08cec4ca48ba84043b38040e94b14c4896cdff0)
(...just waiting a bit for Maven to finish his implementation too...) ;)
See, that's the problem I have with your postings.
You didn't gave us *anything* so far in this thread.
What you gave us, was the (quite wellknown) story about little Gauss -
and *his* famous...
That was already posted in #10 (the first function).
Well - "easily" is a bit optimistic, as we already found problems with simply
"subtracting the intersections".
Please show us, how...
I've read it - and am aware of what Hoare/Knuth were really saying, before posting the link.
I'm just not sure about a practical use-case for the Gauss-optimization in most
of a developers daily...
Yep - I'm trying to find a generic function which internally makes use of the O(1)-category n*(n+1)/2 approach,
to avoid the O(n) looping over the whole range.
Not sure, if your function in #12...
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