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FWIW, maybe the following could be considered a compromise...
It is using 30Bits from two different 32Bit-Hashes, then combined and
resulting in a 12Char-AlphaNumeric Output.
Each of these...
Well, the underlying math is not really all that difficult (in case the Hash-Function
in question is "near ideal" - and many CRC-algos are considered to coming close,
and are well-researched...
What works fast and reliable (at least here on Win8 and Win8.1) with regards to
registering is the following:
- Open an Explorer-Window (not in full-screen, because you will need to perform a...
Just another routine on the pile, which approaches the problem in a more generic fashion
(a function, which simply ignores "all withespace" and returns a WordList in a String-Array):
I have WB.Silent=True set in either case...
When it is left at False (whilst dealing with "unknown" or changing sites one navigates to),
then even in "elevated mode" (which since version 9 of the...
One reason for the many script-errors is often, that the Browser-Control
(no matter if used from VB6 or .NET) always simulates an IE in version 7.
It does that by default, no matter whether the...
All 64Bit Windows-Client-OSes (XP, Vista, Win7, Win8, Win10) come with support for
32Bit-Apps (providing a complete Layer of the 32Bit-Sytem-libs, usually in SysWow64).
And a 32Bit-App(Process)...
And here for comparison a version which is using another helper-lib (vbRichClient5)...
The example below is splitting this task into reading the JPGs from a given Path
into ByteArrays first...
That's the right output you see - and since a VB-Tooltip is implemented
as an ANSI-Tooltip, an automatic Uni-to-ANSI conversion is done under
the covers (reducing the "WString-to-an-AString")...
It's just a "safe point to add to" (a negative number with enough room to spare in upwards-direction).
I guess the range between 512 and 65535 was kept in reserve for newer VB(Classic)-Versions,...
More details in my answer to your questions here:
Then why on earth did you say, that: "...I do know below code writes out a unicode text file"
(in your post #10)?
Because Bonnies Code is (as usual) correct.
I will explain further below...
The code in your post doesn't do any Unicode-Saving -
and what it puts in, doesn't come out.
Mikisofts routine was basically correct (aside from the OpenFile-call) -
he was just missing to...
Well, you can pass them just fine ByRef into the callee -
and inside that called method the passed ByRef-Value will be
correct - and that method will dutifully even try to change
If you have already solved the problem, how to do interop,
then all you have to do (at the C#-side of things), to convert
your <List> content (in case it has "multiple Columns") - into
In case I'm not too late with offering help - and you're still interested...
Could you post the Interface of the old Serverside Class -> ClassVB6COMServer?
(if possible as VBClassic-Code, meaning...
As a workaround - e.g. when the SQLServer in question comes "as is"
(as part of a WebHosting-package for example) one can "override" the
Default-Collation at "Table-Column_Level" per normal...
Those differences are quite normal, and you don't even have a guarantee, that
each and every Printer will follow a certain Font-Selection-Command with the exact
font in that exact metrics.
Well, you didn't do a good adaption of the "Group By"-approach I've posted in #6.
What you also didn't mention in your questions so far was, that you use SubString-Expressions
on your Name...
I'm guessing a little bit, but I assume that you want to show an ID (your Code-Field,
which is probably unique in your Table) together with the Name-Column in the result
(but the Name-Column...
Maybe one more thing in this regard which is worth mentioning...
All the current Demos which deal with such "rotated Placements" (Passels, Tricks as well as mine)
lack a certain thing (which...
The Demo is neither "slow", nor will it "cause problems" (the GDI-AlphaBlend-call
is hardware-accelerated on most systems, even on Win7 and Win8).
What's achieved with the current Canvas- and...
A better way these days (to get rid of the "jagged edges") would be,
to render PNG-image-resources with the AlphaBlend-API.
It shouldn't be that hard, to get some nice PNG-Images...
There's some cases where the older variant of using '*searchterm*' still applies
(not sure though... was it when using DAO or something?) - but in the meantime,
when using ADO/JET one has to use...
Ah, well... thanks for the info...
But too bad your Cam doesn't seem to be able to capture
in MJPG-Mode (your constant BufferSize of 230400 Bytes
strongly hints at RGB-Mode = 3BytesPerPixel...
Before answering your other questions - were you able to run it in MJPG-Mode
(with slightly changing BufSize-Values in the Form.Caption)?
If yes, what *was* the BufSize (roughly, on average)?
FWIW, here a VB6-based approach, which implements this stuff in a small Class
(as I already suggested in post #6) without using any TypeLibs (calling the VTable
Entries directly per DispCallFunc...
To be able to do such a thing efficiently, I'd recommend that you capture your
Cam-Frames in MJPG-Format, instead of YUY2 or RGB24.
Most WebCams these days are (internally) connected per USB2 -...
No, there's no SubClassing needed for ReadDirectoryChangesW...
In case you want to look at a VB6-CodeBase to develop your own thing around this API,
below is a vbForums-thread from 2009, which...
Thought, I did inform the OP about what it wraps in my first post already...
And now even you know it (along with a few interested others - that's the point
of posting in a public forum I guess).
No, that's not "doing it directly" - because an additional layer (shell32.dll) is
involved (which is - BTW - "a large binary blob you have no sourcecode for").
The deeper implementation of (at...
In case you want to do a fast test on the Root-Drive (or Folder), which contains
your up to 10,000 SubDirectories, and how it performs or works with that amount
of "watch-targets", you could use...
Well, there's other (smaller) battery-powered routers (e.g. TP-LINK is also not bad ... did my
working "OpenWrt-mod" on such a TP-LINK-device, though not on a battery-powered one)......
Please do so - and try to understand what I wrote in my comments above -
just ask when something is not entirely clear - Bottom-line is, that your Data
is now sitting "elsewhere" (you will not...
Sorry to bother again - but the whole thread takes that long (IMO) because
nobody encourages the OP to re-write the whole thing from scratch.
There's a whole lot of things entirely wrong with it...
Here's another variant, which doesn't wait with Resetting the App-Title
until the whole Document was printed (encapsulated in a small Routine,
which only performs a very fast "Printer-No-Op" and...
And the PDF-Driver in question does this just fine, when you look at the ScreenShot I've posted.
I think it does...
Why don't you check it out yourself - I just did so,
placing the following in a new StdExe-Project:
Private Sub Form_Click()
Having said the above - there's another "non-Windows-way" which might be relatively
easy (most devices are also located in a lower price-range)...
Nobody mentioned OpenWrt so far (an alternative...
And there's a lot of those Devices (coming with a full Win 8.1, able to host the IIS or Apache for example)
to be had for about 100$ (usually sporting Quadcore Atoms, 1-2GB RAM and a relative fast...
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