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  1. Thread: Stuff to watch

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    Re: Stuff to watch

    Inclusivity? So I'm supposed to enjoy the garbage shows just because they are "inclusive" Is this how it is now?



    I will gladly avoid them but this leftist garbage is in 95% of shows now. It's...
  2. Thread: Stuff to watch

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    Re: Stuff to watch

    Why would I assume it's not. Hollywood was taken over by far left nut jobs in recent years and they have ruined so many great franchises with their nonsense. Shows that are devoid of leftist politics...
  3. Re: [RESOLVED] Simple way to clear the immediate window in code

    I doubt that will work but it is an interesting idea.
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    Re: Current Russia Ukraine tensions

    I was making an attempt to guess where you are from. We've butted heads in the past over gender politics and other leftist topics in other threads. You can sometimes guess where someone is from based...
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    Re: What song are you listening to right now?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Elk6NXBHjBg
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    Re: What song are you listening to right now?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx3s99FNXzI
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    Re: What song are you listening to right now?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo158VgpTZI
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    Re: Current Russia Ukraine tensions

    I think the more intelligent Americans like the ones on this Forum would be capable of recognizing this as Putin's war but don't doubt that their are some who will paint all Russians with the same...
  9. Thread: Post Race!

    by Niya
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    Re: Post Race!

    It's not really that impressive when you consider that the British monarchy has had like what.....500 years of practice? Most republics and dictatorships of the modern world are youngsters still...
  10. Re: QB64 site and forum explodes into nothing, then rises like a phoenix?

    Linux has typically been for people who are tech savvy, not for Joe Sixpack and his grandma. This isn't changing anytime soon.
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    Re: Current Russia Ukraine tensions

    Such talk will fall on deaf ears sapator. I think most Americans are ignorant about what their government is actually doing out here is the world. The media tells them that their country is a shining...
  12. Re: QB64 site and forum explodes into nothing, then rises like a phoenix?

    Windows ME was the worst OS ever made. To this day I'm still traumatized by it. I had to do a fresh re-install about every 2 weeks due to it becoming unstable over time, a far cry from today where I...
  13. Re: Simple way to clear the immediate window in code

    Probably here.
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    Re: Question : server code verification

    People a lot smarted than you or I have already labored and solved these problems and as such I'd advise you to look up a basic explanation of the HTTPS protocol on YouTube. Design your own protocol...
  15. Thread: Post Race!

    by Niya
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    Re: Post Race!

    The average TikToker believes this only difference is they can't shut up about how awesome they are, especially the women.
  16. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    If only more people were like her the world would be a better place. Now everybody thinks they are God's gift to mankind.
  17. Re: QB64 site and forum explodes into nothing, then rises like a phoenix?

    lol....now that's funny.
  18. Thread: Post Race!

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    Re: Post Race!

    Was she interesting enough to warrant a thread? I'm sure she's had an interesting life but from my point of view she was always just kind of.....there. No fuss no muss just kind of there. You know?
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    Something I failed to consider. Do we know how the x64 calling convention handles structures? And I mean structures, not pointers to structures.
  20. Re: QB64 site and forum explodes into nothing, then rises like a phoenix?

    This gave me a good laugh:-


    This almost makes me want to move from Windows......almost ;)
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    Re: The best programming language?

    This thread should be moved to Chit Chat.
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    So to be clear, the VB6 compiler aligns all parameters to 4 bytes? So if I have a sub like DoSomething(ByVal a as Long, ByVal b as Byte), 8 bytes will be passed on the stack to keep the stack aligned...
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    Re: Vb6 , the Future, and what I have discovered

    TwinBASIC is intended to be a native code compiler. Do not underestimate how daunting it is optimize x86 code. This is a dark art in and of itself that mighty tomes have been written about by wizards...
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    Oh shoot. How could I forget about this. Yea this would be undoable under x64.



    Even with a padded structure you could probably pass dummy parameters to represent the padding. However, at this...
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    The difference is that the POINT structure is passed on the stack. It's exactly the same as doing (ByVal X as Long, ByVal Y as Long).
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    Re: Vb6 , the Future, and what I have discovered

    The TwinBASIC compiler for the time being produces unoptimized code. Right now it's more important to focus on the vastly more important work of just developing TwinBASIC.
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    PtInRect according to the docs expect a POINT structure not a pointer to a POINT structure. It's defined as POINT pt and not POINT *pt.
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    Re: C POINT Data Type passed ByRef in x64 ?

    Sounds like you're asking if VB6 can pass structures on the stack. It can't. However, you may be able to pass each fields of the structure in separate parameters by value.
  29. Thread: Stuff to watch

    by Niya
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    Re: Stuff to watch

    Here a trailer for it so people can see what they are getting:-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOXhhK7EXJI

    Not my usual stuff but it seems to have a charm of it's own. It doesn't seem to be...
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    Re: Access x86 intrinsic instructions from VB6

    The Trick has an addon that allows you write x86 assembly code in VB6 projects. One of the things I did was to write a memory copy function that uses vector instructions, at least I think I did. I...
  31. Thread: Post Race!

    by Niya
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    Re: Post Race!

    That was such a wholesome story.....I shed a tear :cry:
  32. Thread: Combobox default

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    Re: Combobox default

    I don't have VB6 right now to test by I think the ComboBoxes and ListBoxes in VB6 have a ListIndex property that determines which item is selected. Set that to 0 or to 1 whichever is first. Can't...
  33. Re: [RESOLVED] Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    Yea, I see what you're saying now. The best practice here is to have the interface inherit from IEquatable which I believe you already did. The compiler has no way of knowing what is going to be...
  34. Re: [RESOLVED] Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    Oh wait.....I think I understand what you're saying.....brb testing....
  35. Re: [RESOLVED] Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    I tested that code I posted and it worked. It compares an object with no interface to a completely different object with the interface using the = operator. Isn't that what you're trying to do?
  36. VS 2012 Re: Need Variable Label in GOTO Label statement and/or alternative to GOTO Label.

    There are neater ways to do this:-


    Sub Main()

    Dim formulas As New List(Of Func(Of Integer, Integer))

    formulas.Add(Function(value As Integer) value * 2)
    ...
  37. Re: [RESOLVED] Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    All you needed to fix this was to overload the = with (A as C, B as IC). No need to use Equals:-


    Public Interface IC
    Property A As Integer
    Property B As Integer

    End Interface...
  38. Re: [RESOLVED] Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    If you think on it further, you'd realize that (A as IC, B as IC) is actually unnecessary. I suspect the reason you asked about this is because you were concerned about situations where you have...
  39. Re: Why No = Operator for ISomething and ISomething

    Operator overloading is not bound to an interface. There is no relationship whatsoever between interfaces and operators. Operates are linked to classes therefor one of the operands must be of the...
  40. Thread: Ancient History

    by Niya
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    Re: Ancient History

    That is just wild. :afrog:
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