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    VS 2010 Re: Visual Inheritance

    I don't know Visual Fox Pro so, as JM said, a better explanation would help. But I did take a quick gander at google and from what I understand Do Default is the equivalent of calling MyBase.Method...
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    VS 2010 Re: Visual Inheritance

    I don't think that's right. I haven't got an ide in front of me to double check but I'm pretty sure that it's only the events that behave that way. If you call a method it will run the most...
  3. VS 2008 Re: Programming exam help please

    Yep, that's the idea. As a rule we don't want to undermine the eductaion or examination process by just handing out answers. We'll steer you in the right direction but we want to see you do the...
  4. VS 2008 Re: Programming exam help please

    I'm pretty sure it doesn't but this shouldn't be a difficult problem.

    You've got your input stack already as shown in the first post. Create an empty output stack. Pop each element off the input...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Who am I?

    Tyson, do you have a kung fu grip and a switch on the back of your head that makes your eyes move back and forwards? Because that would be way cool.
  6. VS 2012 Re: Use code on multiple forms without copying it? inheritance?

    Yes, that's the point of inheritance. All the derived forms share the behaviour of the forms they inherit from. If the behaviour of the inherited form changes then so does the behaviour of all the...
  7. VS 2012 Re: Use code on multiple forms without copying it? inheritance?

    You mentioned inheritance in your thread title. Why not use it? You simply design a form, put that method into it, along with any others that you want to share, and then have all your other forms...
  8. Re: [RESOLVED] One Question Poll / Survey - The results?

    That is illogical, captain.
  9. Re: [RESOLVED] One question poll - What does Star Trek have to do programming?

    About twenty years ago a freind and I converted all the error messages in a program to haiku. Just in case Adam ever comes across this:-

    Wind scatters the leaves
    Your file has been corrupted
    Ki...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    Not yet but I will. I'm pretty happy with Optical Express as a company but I'm not sure who the actual surgeon would be or how I'd find out. I'll have to look into that. I haven't actually booked...
  11. Re: why do people advise using C++ when it comes to building a webkit based webbrowse

    Sort of. If a VB Runtime exists for a particular platform then you could install it and run your VB app on that platform. The problem is that the VB runtime only exists for Windows. So you can...
  12. Re: One question poll - What does Star Trek have to do programming?

    Well, they'll be used to decide which star trek captain's the best. That's a crucially important issue.:)

    I say mix them up. There's nothing wrong with a bit of light heartedness from time to...
  13. Re: Poll 1 Results: What version of Visual Studio are you using?

    and you didn't see that coming?!

    I've got to say, I'm not surprised 2010 dominated. There was something about it that was just "comfortable" though I struggle to put my finger on what. It's a...
  14. Re: One question poll - What does Star Trek have to do programming?

    Brad did say in another thread that the second poll would be more "fun" so I guess they'll be a mix of programming polls and off topic polls.

    To be fair, the programming community does probably...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    Well.. they sort of did. The cheaper option was mentiond almost as a throw away and it was only when I pressed them on what difference it would actually make to me that they said I might not get the...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    In that case finance away. Like I said, I think I'm going to wait for my tax bill becasue I'd like to avoid finance altogether but if my tax bill's so huge that I'd have to put off the procedure...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    Be a little bit careful with that. Taking out any sort of finance just before applying for a mortgage acts as a pretty big black mark. It creates the suspicion that you were borrowing the desposit...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    I'm a firm believer in paying for everything up front but if you're struggling to find the money at all then it's worth knowing that Optical Express do 10 months interest free credit. Given the...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    OK, so I had the consultation on Saturday and I'm feeling pretty positive. One thing I will say that I thought was quite negative: the whole thing felt a bit like a sales pitch with corny videos and...
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    Re: Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    So that was a yes then. I knew Irisked being outdone just by posting the challenge. In punninng I am merely your pupil. Anyway...

    I think the permanence of the fix is probably the major issue...
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    Re: help settng up fake account

    While I'm actually fairly sympathetic to the ethos behind BugMeNot, they are none the less encouraging an activity that's technically illegal. As such I doubt you'll get much help from anyone on...
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    Re: Murdered Out Rims

    I suggest replacing the rear window with a marine aquarium.

    Ooh, ooh, and a chrome skull gear knob. Gotta have a crome skull gear knob.
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    Frickin' Lasers for Eyes!

    I used to wear glasses and found them to be a total pain. Always slipping down my nose, kept losing them, aggrevated the skin behind my ears etc. I hated them. So I went for contacts. These gave...
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    Re: User name from SQL Server in a label

    Your stored procedure now expects some parameters and you haven't yet provided them. All you need to do is add some parameters to the command object before you execute it. There's a couple of ways...
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    Re: Select count() from 2 table

    If you look brack it'll all become obvious...


    Or you could ask your father. When I ask my Parent he sees what is wrong.
  26. Re: Validation -- is there a more steamlined method?

    The reason for not using IsNumeric is because it doesn't check that a string is a number. It checks that a string can be resolved to a number. For example, isnumeric("12*2") will return true. ...
  27. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Toto...

    Well I guess it rains down in Aaaaafrica.



    (I'll be singing that all sodding day now:mad:)
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    Re: Select count() from 2 table

    Take that query and wrap it in brackets. you can then query from it using a group by and count as if it were a table in it's own right:-



    Select unit, count(*) From
    (select unit from talbe1...
  29. Re: [RESOLVED] Exception error when opening database

    Ha! Oh you poor naive fool. If you want experts you have to go to a certain exchange. But they charge so most folks make do with coming here and picking up us non-experts instead.:p

    Actually...
  30. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Tutu?
  31. Thread: Toshiba

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    Re: Toshiba

    Then it's high time you went to bed, young man.
  32. Thread: Shaggy

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    Re: Shaggy

    Guilty!
  33. Thread: Shaggy

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    Re: Shaggy

    Guilty!
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    Re: How fast and accurate can you type?

    He's also got a brother, Gus, from the Island of Sark who suffers from the same ailment. It's the Sark Cough Of Gus.

    Now that was a laboured pun.
  35. Thread: Shaggy

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    Re: Shaggy

    I don't know about you guys but I thought Shaggy looked surprisingly attractive in that picture...
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    Re: The Physics Behind Goat Simulator

    Surely if goats don't follow the laws of physincs then the laws of physics must be behind goats. If they did follow them then the laws would be in front of them. This is assuming a queuing system of...
  37. Re: Exception error when opening database

    I'm pretty sure the problem is your connection string. SQLServer isn't a file based system like access (in fact I'm amazed you were able to see anything meaningful by opening with Wordpad!) so you...
  38. Re: Viewing two pieces of code side by side

    Yes, that does seem to be the bit everyone's missing.

    To be honest, if that's what you want to do I can't see what's wrong with Shaggy's suggestion. Just open two IDE's. As long as you're making...
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    Re: Microsoft .NET Native

    Just to be clear, when they say theyll make it compatible with VB they mean .Net, not classic. If you're looking for this to resurrect your old VB6 programs then I'd suggest you don't get your hopes...
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    Re: Si_The_Greek

    Warning! Warning! Cheesy Pun Detected! Please Romaine Calm!
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