Works just as I needed it :)
Type: Posts; User: TheThinker
Works just as I needed it :)
The association problem has been fixed, the files open successfully, but a new Problem has arisen.
All the buttons on my application that invoke the frmResultsViewer to be shown and display the...
My final code:
Dim file = My.Application.CommandLineArgs(0)
Thank you for replying..
I edited the code as you advised..
The Try Catch block catches this error:
The file format is not valid.
I am really sorry for replying very late, but here's the code for the frmResultsViewer_Load Sub:
Left = (SystemInformation.WorkingArea.Size.Width - Size.Width)
Ok. Thanks, but what about the Error with the Rich Text Box, that's the main issue...
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What the rich text box contains initially is RTF, then I save the file as .tbx (My own File association) and the rtf is deleted.
Any time the user loads the file it's in .tbx format,...
I made a few changes (included the "Command line arguements"). Now the code is:
In frmMain (The main/ Startup form):
Public Sub CheckAssociation()
ok. so I tried as you said.
I ran the app from "RUN", The list box contains whatever i wrote after [appname.exe]
I still don't get it, how does this relate to what I want to achieve?
I still don't get it..
I ran the code and the listbox is empty..
To be honest, I got that piece of code from a Tutorial that I used to do the association.
I made use of it since it...
Umm... I don't think so...
A simple example would be helpful to understanding this, as I don't think I've ever used Command line arguments...
Thanks for the reply.
How do i "check the command line arguments"?
I am trying to create an association for my vb.net application.
I've got two forms, of which the startup form is called "frmMain" and the other which has a rich textbox that displays results from...
Totally works in Windows 7,
Thanks a ton, again...
Oh well... You know what they say, Something is better than nothing..
Thanks a lot, once again...
p.StartInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Minimized
The window won't stay...
The code that you provided does exactly what I wanted to do.
Just a very teeny bit of problem, if it's not too much to ask, Is there a way to hide the Command Window?
I tried out what you said, and came up with this:
Shell("cmd /c ping 127.0.0.1 >C:\LocalHost.txt", vbHide)
While IO.File.Exists("C:\LocalHost.txt") = False
Thanks for replying back,
I just used the Ping as an example.
What If I want to run another command (not ping), and the output is sent to a text file, but I want the First line of that text file...
This runs the ping command and outputs the result to a text file called "Local Host.txt"
Shell("cmd /c ping 127.0.0.1 >C:\""Local Host.txt""", vbHide)
How can I know if the...
Problem solved thanks to a reply in another thread...
There seemed to be a minor silly mistake in my code, i had forgotten to put a blank space after a quote mark which most probably caused the line of code to be unrecognized...
it's now solved, thanks...
Thanks for the reply, the code you provided seems to solve the error i was getting due to the quote marks, but it still won't write the output to the Text File (Last5.txt)
It just creates an empty...
I am trying to execute this command from cmd when a button is clicked:
wevtutil qe system "/q:*[System [(Level=2)]]" /f:text /c:5 /rd:True
The problem is that I can't execute it...
Still waiting desperately for a reply...
Thanks for replying back.
The code I got doesn't get accurate results.
When I edit the code to give me Event Log Entries for "Error", it doesn't give me what I see in the Event Viewer.
I’m working on getting certain Event Log Entries from the Event Log.
What I’d like to achieve is:
A user can select which Event Log Entry Type he wants to view. E.g: “Error”, “Warning”,...
Yes it does... Which is why I made use of the /
So If i want to output the file to a folder tat doesn't exist, I'll have to create the Folder via MD/MKDIR
Thanks a lot.
I was searching how to do this for quite some time... I was about to create a thread too..
Thanks a lot...
It'd be great if you could elaborate what /k is.
Also what does the > before the...
Oh. Sorry.. i didn't see that..
I'll try it out asap and will let you know how it goes.
Works Perfectly.. Just what I was looking to do...
I'll be sure to include your...
I actually tried that as well.. but i couldn't figure out how to call the details for the appropriate (selected) bank.
I've got the following code that Outputs the information about the RAM modules into Textboxes.
Dim k As System.Management.ManagementObject
This is what I've got so far:
Private Sub rbMistyRose_CheckedChanged(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles rbMistyRose.CheckedChanged
Switched to using the Stopwatch Class successfully.. Thanks to the Valuable Help from this Thread:
Successfully switched from Timers to using Stopwatch Class, and it is definetly much more accurate and simpler.
I'd appreciate a little help on this thread too.....
Thanks.. Quite Helpful..
How would I go about to appropriate call the Settings to be checked prior to loading the form without it giving me errors?
Thank you both for the Samples/Examples..
Now I understand more than I did before... and it truly is much simpler and Accurate..
I'll work on this and switch from Timers to Stopwatch class..
I'll try working on that..
Thanks for the Feedback..
I couldn't figure out how to achieve i
Yes, I'm using a Timer..