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  1. Re: An observation about many of the technical forums and thread visibility.

    And

    I have brought up the issue before that we are a Visual Basic community yet we do not have a Visual Basic for Applications codebank forum, however I do know that some forums were recently...
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    Re: Socket Module Needed

    I'm almost always willing to do a job especially if the money matches the task. My issue is not with the money but with the topic. I do not know enough about working with sockets... The one time that...
  3. Thread: Farewell?

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    Re: Farewell?

    I tried to bring back the contests, and the first one we had a huge participation... but the second one we had one submission :(
  4. VS 2010 Re: Transparent picture boxes (with other sibbling controls)

    What you'll want to do is set the region of the code and this can be done in the Paint event. Take a look at this MSDN documentation:...
  5. VS 2010 Re: Transparent picture boxes (with other sibbling controls)

    I would play around with the Alpha value of the color. Also, are you setting the region or are you just drawing onto the PictureBox?
  6. Thread: Farewell?

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    Re: Farewell?

    I like pizza ;)
  7. VS 2010 Re: Transparent picture boxes (with other sibbling controls)

    I have a codebank contribution that draws rounded rectangles that extends from the Graphics namespace and supports transparency by setting the Alpha when passing the color for your Brush. What you...
  8. Thread: Creating a Macro

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    Re: Creating a Macro

    Hello Bonginkosi,
    Welcome to VBForums! I moved your thread from VB.Net to Office Development because this thread is about using Visual Basic for Applications within Excel. I would also recommend...
  9. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    I finally took a vacation this year and at the end of August I will be in Gulfport, MS.
  10. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Well with this post we're on 60,168 let's make it to 75,000 by September 1st.
  11. Thread: Dynamic buttons

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    VS 2010 Re: Dynamic buttons

    The best option is to use a control that does this for you, the FlowLayoutPanel:

    Public Class Form1

    Private flpContainer As FlowLayoutPanel

    Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As...
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    Re: How to reuse already working code?

    It's really not complex once you break it down into steps:

    Create a new class than inherits a panel
    Declare two buttons
    Add both button's to the class
    Create both button's Click events
    ...
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    Re: How to reuse already working code?

    If you want to reuse code not specific to a particular code or project then you will need to place everything in either a method or a class. Use the former if it is a smaller chuck of code and use...
  14. Re: Where to download whatever I need to start coding in Visual Basic?

    Here is the link to the express(free) editions: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/visual-studio-express-vs.aspx

    The version that you'll want to download is Express for Desktop. The main...
  15. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Egad
  16. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Now I am.
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    VS 2013 Re: Seperating Strings

    The issue that you have is that there are no consistencies:

    There is a separator between categories and values, but none between the prior value and the next category.
    The capital letters are...
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    VS 2013 Re: Seperating Strings

    That's debugging my code that I provided and it's not a NewLine?
  19. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Oh crap we have a moderator in the post race :eek:
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    Re: Some help from REGEX experts please

    I feel like you're going about this the wrong way. Don't get me wrong, RegEx is power and it some cases great, but in this case you can use the .NET methods to accomplish what you're wanting to do...
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    Re: Some help from REGEX experts please

    Yeah, it was just that up to this point it was strictly RegEx and not VB.Net. That was why I moved it in the first place.
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    VS 2013 Re: Seperating Strings

    The best way to handle this data would be to know the "categories" up-front, are you able to do this? If so take a look at the following code:

    Imports System
    Imports...
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    Re: Some help from REGEX experts please

    I have also moved this thread from VB.Net to Other Languages.
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    Re: Some help from REGEX experts please

    The ^ matches the beginning of the string and the $ matches the end of the string. Together they're used to match only exact matches rather than partial matches for example, this code:

    ^[a-c]*$...
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    Re: Changing values at 2-dimensional array

    While a class would certainly work in this situation, I think that a DatatTable would be more appropriate:

    Dim dt As DataTable = New DataTable
    dt.Columns.AddRange({New DataColumn("Column1"), New...
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    Re: Changing values at 2-dimensional array

    I follow MSDN standards: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0sxy840k(v=vs.90).aspx
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    Re: Changing values at 2-dimensional array

    You're never calling the check_emblem_name method, you're calling check_name. But to set values of a two dimensional array you set the first and second index within the same parenthesis:

    Dim...
  28. Thread: Farewell?

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    Re: Farewell?

    I think I need to start opening up dictionary.com before reading this thread :eek:
  29. Thread: Tricky HTML Read

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    Re: Tricky HTML Read

    While it is implied that they probably do not want third party programs to get information, I check all the legal mumbo jumbo on their website and no where does it explicitly state that you cannot...
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    Re: Multiplying a number by itself

    You should turn Option Strict on, because you're implicitly converting a String(TextBox1.Text) to an Integer(number). Another thing that you're doing is setting number equal to 0, so you're calling 0...
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    Re: Why isn't this working?

    I would use RegEx:

    Dim r As New System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex("[a-z]")
    Label1.Text = r.Replace(Temps.Replace("/", String.Empty).Replace(",", String.Empty), String.Empty)
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    VS 2010 Re: File Search program help

    It must be with the form controls or the properties I used because when I test the following in a Console Application it works:

    Imports System
    Imports System.Collections.Generic
    Imports...
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    VS 2010 Re: File Search program help

    That is my fault, I correct my code. It should've been Function instead of ByVal.


    Nope.
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    VS 2010 Re: File Search program help

    Try something like this:

    Dim backupFolderA As String = "my location"
    Dim backupFolderB As String = "my location"
    Dim backupFolderC As String = "my location"

    Using ofd As OpenFileDialog = New...
  35. Re: Parameters for a Access query don't work with a LIKE statement..?

    No, I included it in my example in post #4.
  36. Re: Parameters for a Access query don't work with a LIKE statement..?

    Another thing that may be occurring is that Dinges may be nothing, however I do not think that is the case because you'd get a NullReferenceException. Actually, it may be the case where ToString is...
  37. Re: Parameters for a Access query don't work with a LIKE statement..?

    This means that DingDong is not your only parameter that you use in your command text. What is the actual code that you're using?
  38. Re: Parameters for a Access query don't work with a LIKE statement..?

    Parameterizing like queries are a bitt different. Here is an example:

    Using cmd As OleDbCommand = New OleDbCommand("SELECT [Path], [Name], [Collectie], [CollectieNummer], [Serie], [SerieNummer],...
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    Re: Why isn't this working?

    Breakdown your code step by step:

    Label1.Text =
    You're setting a label's text.


    TempS.Replace("/", "")
    You're replacing any forward slashes with a blank string.
  40. Thread: Farewell?

    by dday9
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    Re: Farewell?

    I'll start one in Venice.
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