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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    Tada! I haven't looked at your code closely but basically yes, that's exactly what I'm saying.
  2. Re: Composition vs association best practices...

    There is no easy way to generalise what you're talking about there, which is why it's not already done. Cloning an object does a shallow copy and any sort of deep copy has to be implemented on an as...
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    Re: many data with few textboxs

    Do you not understand the difference between "before" and "after"? I said, over and over, to call EndEdit before calling AddNew. You're calling EndEdit after calling AddNew. That's a fairly...
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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    You've already got a DocumentCompleted event handler. In that event handler, get the next URL from the list and pass it to the Navigate method. It's that simple.
  5. Re: Will Microsoft carry you over the Threshold?

    Too late! ;)
  6. Re: Will Microsoft carry you over the Threshold?

    My biggest gripe with Windows 8 was that it was unnecessarily tedious to shut it down with a mouse. Mind you, it still only took 5 gestures and probably teo seconds at most, so it's not like it was...
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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    I've already said more than once that you don't use a loop and yet there is still a loop in your code, so of course it's not going to work. You call Navigate once and once only in that first method....
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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    You already know how to do it. Call Navigate on the WebBrowser.
  9. Re: Will Microsoft carry you over the Threshold?

    I'm not sure that that's exactly what they're doing. Remember that Threshold is supposed to be one Windows for all devices, including phones, so they're certainly not backing away from the Modern...
  10. VS 2010 Re: [RESOLVED] Link DataGridViewComboBoxColumn to column in DGV

    If you want to use a command builder to generate your UPDATE and DELETE commands then it must know what the primary key of the table is in order identify which records to update and delete. That...
  11. Re: Will Microsoft carry you over the Threshold?

    Thought about it in what sense? Whether they think a TP is a good idea? Whether they think a public TP is a good idea? Something else? I certainly wouldn't recommend to anyone to put a TP on...
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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    Firstly, do you specifically need to use a WebBrowser? Could you not simply call WebClient.DownloadString and then use the HTML Agility Pack or the like to parse the HTML and get the data you need?...
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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    What other methods exactly? If you use a baton then you have to let the other person get close enough to touch you and that places you at greater risk. If you already have a gun out then holstering...
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    VS 2010 Re: List displayed in a Textbox

    Just note that the Lines property is type String() and therefore `lines` would have to be a String array in that situation. If you don't already have a String array then you must create one first,...
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    VS 2013 Re: How to use loop in webbrowser control

    In that case you wouldn't be looping in a WebBrowser control. You'd be looping in a form because that's where the code is.

    To answer the question I believe that you're asking, you don't use a...
  16. Re: Composition vs association best practices...

    It's hard to say without knowing the specifics of the situation. Every class having a Children collection doesn't sound like a good idea but that sort of thing is a good idea in specific situations,...
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    Re: many data with few textboxs

    Your second code snippet in post #17 doesn't really make sense. You call a method named "BindControls" and then a couple of lines later you bind a DataGridView. Why isn't that grid being bound with...
  18. Re: New database project - startup help needed

    If you're the only one working on the app in development then you can either use a database on an existing database server or just create a database on your own development machine. If you can or...
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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    In that case you don't disagree because I think the same thing. I said that I believe that the officers involved with Rodney King acted unlawfully and I also said that if police do the wrong thing...
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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    I didn't mean that police should be excused in situations like that. If they do the wrong thing then they should be punished accordingly and I also agree that they need to be held to the highest...
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    VS 2010 Re: Difference In Times

    ToString is a member of the Object class and every type is derived from Object, therefore every object has a ToString method. The default behaviour of the ToString method is to just return the name...
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    Re: Michael Brown ?

    It's hard to gauge exactly what the truth is in the current situation because we certainly don't have all the information and probably some misinformation from both sides. One thing that I will say...
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    VS 2010 Re: DataGridView Column Sort

    A more appropriate option would be to simply handle the SortCompare event of the grid. That will be raised each time two cells are compared for the purpose of sorting. It's completely up to you how...
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    VS 2010 Re: Difference In Times

    If you're using .NET 4.0 or later, the TimeSpan.ToString method lets you specify a format string. In earlier versions, you can create a DateTime from the TimeSpan and use DateTime.ToString, assuming...
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    VS 2013 Re: Log to file 'cannot access' issue

    Firstly, I would suggest that you get rid of all of this:
    Using fs As FileStream = New FileStream(sFullPath, FileMode.Append, FileAccess.Write)
    Using sw As StreamWriter...
  26. Re: New database project - startup help needed

    1. Creating a database like that makes the data file part of your app. You then need a local instance of SQL Server to run the app. The database is attached to the server automatically when a...
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    Re: Numeric Text Box

    @rfairhur, your efforts are appreciated. This control was only ever intended as a proof of concept and I never did get back to it but it sounds like you've extended it into something that could...
  28. Re: Do references have to be separate files?

    I've never actually successfully used ILMerge so I'm not sure. I had a quick look at one point but it wasn't as straightforward as I thought it might be and I had no actual need to use it at the...
  29. Re: System.StackOverflowException occured in Windows.Forms.dll

    Where is that code located? If it's executed when the form is closing then why is it calling Close?
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    VS 2010 Re: Reading text from dosbox output

    Go to the VB.NET CodeBank forum, sort by Thread Starter and find gigemboy's thread on redirecting the standard output stream of a Process.
  31. VS 2010 Re: ComboBox or Infragistics UltraCombo - Hierarchical data?

    Your description is a little bit vague. You almost certainly couldn't use a standard ComboBox control but you might be able to inherit the ComboBox class and add that behaviour.
  32. Re: Do references have to be separate files?

    The other references are not built into the EXE file. When Copy Local is False it means that no copy of the reference is created in the output folder because a single common library is installed in...
  33. VS 2013 Re: NotifyIcon balloon disappearing before timeout

    I'll test on some other OSes and other versions of .NET when I get the chance but I'd say that it's what the OS wants rather than a bug.
  34. VS 2013 Re: NotifyIcon balloon disappearing before timeout

    I incorporated your code into an app like this:Public Class Form1

    Private timer As Stopwatch

    Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    ...
  35. VS 2013 Re: NotifyIcon balloon disappearing before timeout

    Does a brand new project behave the same way?
  36. VS 2013 Re: NotifyIcon balloon disappearing before timeout

    What Framework version? What OS?
  37. Re: Need help with arrays and structures

    That's not an answer to my question, is it? I asked what you think you can represent using a structure. How you think about these things is important. Where and how you're going to use things is...
  38. Re: Need help with arrays and structures

    So what do you think you can represent using a structure?
  39. VS 2013 Re: NotifyIcon balloon disappearing before timeout

    Sometimes I wish that i could automatically send an electric shock over the internet to anyone who hasn't read the documentation. It took me about 7 seconds to display the MSDN documentation for the...
  40. Re: Need help with arrays and structures

    As for the question, think about what structures and arrays are for. A structure is a type that represents a relatively simple, usually immutable (cannot be changed after creation) value. Where in...
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