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  1. Thread: Serial Key

    by Jim Davis
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    Re: Serial Key

    he didn't meant to use a chat program, but what is he pointing on is a chat server/client expample that you can modify to make it suitable for your needs. you don't even need the textboxes and such...
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    Re: How to Post data through HTTP?

    It's easy. If you got Javascript enabled in your browser (it is by default) you just have to click on the Thread Tools menu at the top of this thread, and select Mark Thread Resolved.
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    Re: Reading 2 bytes from RS232

    switch to comInputModeText there you can find out how it is actually sends the data. printing out binary content is not a good idea, because some of the characters are not displayed correctly.

    if...
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    Re: BASE64 and MD5 help Please

    Yes, it definitely works. I also found the way how to reverse the base64. the important part is that the unicode string's will be twice that long as the ansi representation, therefore you have to...
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    Re: Reading 2 bytes from RS232

    if you harvest the inputs into a string, there vb might tries to convert the input as to unicode, resulting the unwanted '?' symbols are displayed, because the received bytes are meant to be 16bit...
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    Re: BASE64 and MD5 help Please

    since you work with unicode strings it would be better to use those api calls that are unicode safe, just like CryptBinaryToStringW in this case. but, you may also want to replace the String to Long,...
  7. Re: [RESOLVED] Create PictureBox when search term met

    yes i made a mistake, the "-" is not a legal name. i meant as a "_" character. however the control array you are using is definitely the best way, so nevermind.
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    Re: WDM Video Capturing

    unfortunately i'm not that experienced in image processings, probably someone else here can give you better advises. but as long as i saw, working with DIBs (that these dlls are do) one of the...
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    Re: over-night, used minutes

    yes, it should work. but, can't you just store the datestamp with the timestamp? so you can compare the valid dates then. but it might not be necessary at all.
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    Re: WDM Video Capturing

    Take a look at here. http://www.gdcl.co.uk/downloads.htm

    FSFWrap and CapStill might be helpful, have you tried them? however these are .dll's so it won't answer your question.
  11. Re: Create PictureBox when search term met

    you can create controls dynamically, by adding them to the form's Controls collection.



    Dim pctDynPicBox As PictureBox 'declare an object for the picturebox control

    Set pctDynPicBox =...
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    Re: used minutes

    i would use variants instead of strings (ra, rb, rc) . i also recommended the CDate because it is just a somewhat compact way to convert strings/numbers to valid datestamps, while Fomat() is an...
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    Re: used minutes

    Yes it will be 130, because the substraction will be done on numeric variables, because you are converted them to integers.
    To get the minutes i would recommend you to work with dates (time in this...
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    Re: How to Post data through HTTP?

    Please do us a favor, and set the topic as resolved. Thanks!
  15. Re: Record windows media player Live Video stream?

    Maybe you should try it with a packet sniffer. That will be able to catch the network packets that are arriving to the wmp. I'm not sure there is any other way.
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    Re: login to a Forum

    why don't you use your browser app to do that? what is also the purpose of your application?
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    @AsmIscool dont worry i've already put together an interpreter that could be modified to work with this stuff. i just dont understand why 11 ppl downloaded but no one put a single feedback is it...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    That ain't true. Unstalbe? Yes. But the resolution is 1 mSec. The stability issues goes between 0-1 mSec. That might be an issue, but still, it doesnt 15.6 msec. Where do you get your informations?
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Nope, that is would be a limitation of vb timer. I also provided here an example showing a comparison of vb's timer control and winmm timer. There you can see that the vb.timer is inaccurate (even on...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    kiymik: "depends on system clock (up to 15ms)." there no such system clock running at 15 msec... :confused:

    only vb timer is limited as hell, but the winmm timer (that is used by almost every...
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    Re: Registry characters

    There is no such magical character. since there are binary contents stored in the registry, all the values from 0-255 are might be in use. you can use arrays instead, to store the items.



    Type...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Great, thanks for sharing :thumb:
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    You are right, running applications on windows are not suitable for these kind of processes. That's why hardware components can be built for these time-critical process, there bypassing the windows,...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Thats why i tried to mention the delayings. You can buffer the input that arrives from the MSComm, and by implementing a short delay you can start to process them, that can be then processed on the...
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    Re: DirectX 7 reference

    It seems like the latest DirectX sdk packages wont support DirectX 7 anymore. Have a look at here, hope it helps.

    http://www.gamedev.net/community/forums/topic.asp?topic_id=520330


    ...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    But. How the performance will be affected if the application can process the actual received byte less than a milliseconds for example? There i dont see any complications.
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    I didn't found any application there real-time processing is the case. But if you just have to build time-critical applications, you have to deal with some tiny delays. While the receive buffer got...
  28. Re: Form_Load event that unloads the Form that is loading

    I'm glad it worked! If you found this workaround as a solution to the problem, please do us a favor, and click on the Thread Tools menu up there, and select Mark Thread Resolved to notify the others,...
  29. Re: Form_Load event that unloads the Form that is loading

    You can make this subroutine to be public, so you can call this event from the 'parent' form (at the cmdShowBidForm_Click event). You can also convert this subroutine to be a Function and you can...
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    Re: Captcha in Vb6

    Marty, it's compact and smart! Nice! I would include numbers too.



    Const CHARACTERS = "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789"


    One more thought. Isn't Randomize...
  31. Thread: Lock folder

    by Jim Davis
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    Re: Lock folder

    i would say a no, because there aren't such options in windows explorer, that pops up a windows and ask for a password. well, at least i didn't see it so far. so why windows would let you to password...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Back in time, in the old dos basic, there were "COM1:" and such properties available for the Open method (afair). However i'm not sure that you really need any alternative. The MSComm will buffers...
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    Re: Registry

    0. use option explicit.

    1. declare oreg as object in the general section (at the declarations, at the top of your form's code)
    2. Set oreg = GetObject(....
    3. oreg.EnumKey hkey, strke ...
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    Re: VB Virtual Mouse

    Just like i told, the easiest way to automatize a webpage without the single touch of the mouse (nor any api call that generates such events) is to use the WebBrowser and its document object.
    ...
  35. Re: [RESOLVED] Which child (of MDI form) is where?

    Yes i didn't provided Save or Load features because you didn't asked for it. You just needed the form zorder, i gave you the example that i put together. If you ever need a working save/load feature,...
  36. Re: [RESOLVED] I can't sum demical numbers...(vb6)

    You can do some tricks to make your application to be compatible with any regional settings. The only thing you have to do is replace the commas.



    Dim A As String, B As String, D As Double
    ...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Not much i think because i'm not that experienced with the MSComm control. However, if your rx buffer (the Input) is contains more than one byte, the PacketsType = MSComm1.Input will fail. Well, at...
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    Re: Receiving data from serial port

    Yeah well i did made my own chksum calculations, but not compared them to the actual data is @EndlessNameless shown us. If someone want's to use my code, he/she have to implement the individual...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Windows 7 and VB6

    That could be true, because the compilers are not affected by the actual os. For example a compiler, that is a 32bit windows executable, able to compile binary for microcontrollers too, that you can...
  40. Re: [RESOLVED] Can someone look at this please???

    Of course they are aligned somewhat randomly because you are confused the controls.



    sVal = .ScaleHeight - Picture2.Height: Picture2.Height = IIf(sVal > 1, sVal, 1)


    This will set the...
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