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    Re: Windows Media Player Control

    Well I'm sticking with API playsound, but how do I let the sound just be a background w/o affecting anything. In my game, if I play the sound it waits until it's done before I can move anything. Any...
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    Re: Windows Media Player Control

    I just tried the API you were saying but it waits for the sound to be done playing before going to the next statements. What I wanted was the sound to be a background sound while doing something...
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    Re: Windows Media Player Control

    I don't know what's wrong but even .SelectionStart can't be recognized as a property. :(
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    Windows Media Player Control

    How do you make it play continuously?

    I tried playing a sound that lasts for 2 seconds but I wanted it to play continuously(plays again automatically once it's finished) until I want it to stop. I...
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    Re: Time complexity and frequency count...

    Hmm. I think I understand time complexity(Big-o) now. But what I don't know is how to get the equations used to get the big-o from a segment code.
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    Time complexity and frequency count...

    I don't know if this is the right place to ask this but I'll try it anyway.

    We have this school project that we need to get the time complexity of heap/merge sort code in C by getting its...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Runtime error '3709'

    I looked it up at the FAQ's again, and saw it there. I added a .AddNew method before the "!PName = Text1" and it works fine now.

    Btw, is it ok to ask something here again? :p

    My question is if...
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    Well, thanks for your help. :)
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    !PName = Text1
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    @brucevde: It works now. :rolleyes:

    Now a new error is appearing though. It says: "Either BOF or EOF is True, or the current record has been deleted. Requested operation requires current record."
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    10 for each field, so 10*4 is 40. But since there are 2 modes(score for small and big) its 80.
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    I'll be updating pretty much all the records(i.e. if someone got better time, he will be on top and all the other records will be pushed down).

    But I was thinking of copying them in variables,...
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    Fields are: Pname(for players name), min(minute), sec(seconds), msec(milisec).
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    If it is some kind of ID number, nope I didn't put any.
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    Im using ms access in this. By the "what makes each record unique", did you mean the primary key? Sorry if Im not so good at this. :( But if it is the primary key, then it is "PName" that I've set to...
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    Problem though is I can't get it working.

    And also I still don't know how to specify which record to update or store the data into. But I think I have an idea on how to do it based from what I've...
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    Yes it is. Im still just trying to store some records and then access that record and put it in a label.

    When I can get it to work then I'll try storing them in variables for easier comparison of...
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    Re: Runtime error '3709'

    "The connection cannot be used to perform this operation. It is either closed or invalid in this context."

    It's on the FAQ's, but i can't understand how to fix the problem.
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    [RESOLVED] Runtime error '3709'

    I've read about it in the FAQ but I still cant seem to make my program to work. Here is my code:


    Option Explicit

    Dim ctr As Integer

    Dim cn As ADODB.Connection
    Dim cm As ADODB.Command
    Dim...
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    Re: Reloading forms

    @zeezee: Calling Form_Load really did the trick. Thanks! :D

    @Everyone: Thanks for trying to help too. :)
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    Re: Reloading forms

    @aikidokid: It works but not quite the way I wanted it to. I'll try to find some other ways. Thanks anyways. :)
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    Re: Reloading forms

    frmmain opens from a splash screen after it unloads.

    @Mxjerrett: I just tried it and it didn't work.
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    [RESOLVED] Reloading forms

    Im trying to make a simple game for my project in school. Im having a problem w/ making it reload, as in if you choose "new game", the game should start all over again. I tried this code but seems...
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    Re: Question...

    Yea I already did.

    Also i made a new thread like this one to change the title here

    edit: Oh sorry, I was looking for the edit button to edit this thread but can't see it so I made another one,...
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    Variable not getting a value

    *Sorry if my first post didn't follow the forum rules, while waiting for answers i read the faq's, forum rules and realized what I did.

    Now to my question, I have 2 loops where the counters are...
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    [RESOLVED] Question...

    I have this code:


    For ctr = root To 0 Step -1

    For ctr2 = root To 0 Step -1
    lchild = (2 * ctr2) + 1
    rchild = (2 * ctr2) + 2
    If lchild <= upbound And...
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