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  1. VS 2019 Re: [RESOLVED] Adding a parameter to the ColumnChanged event

    Actually, your approach IS my approach. All you did was create a delegate in a compact fashion. All I was suggesting was doing the same thing in the slightly less compact fashion. After all, the...
  2. Re: [Win10] I will delete files from my system32

    Aren't you going to expose any user of your stripped down system to most of the security vulnerabilities in XP? That's an old version of Windows with LOADS of known exploits and no chance that any...
  3. VS 2019 Re: Adding a parameter to the ColumnChanged event

    Wouldn't it still be a bit easier to have the normal event handler in your form, but have the body of the event handler simply call the module method passing in the appropriate arguments? That would...
  4. VS 2012 Re: [RESOLVED] Runtime error on a CPU% project

    Not every version of VS works with every version of the framework. For example, VS2010 will work with framework versions up to 4.0. I would be surprised if VS2012, which was the very next version...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Are you about to start (yet another) war with Britain, this time over fish?
  6. VS 2017 Re: Bringing panel to front causes flicker after resize

    Does it happen regardless of which way you resize? After all, what happens when you make a change is that the whole panel, and every control on the panel, has to refresh itself. If the panel is one...
  7. VS 2012 Re: Math operation on set of numbers (Textbox)

    Yeah, you described it, except I'm not so sure about the third step. Not much point in removing those numbers. Split the string on space, then you can do something like:


    For x = 0 to...
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    Re: Internet speed

    Yes!!! Getting that higher speed means that you MUST use it. If you go to gigabyte speed, you will be REQUIRED to have at least four computers running videos 24/7. If you do not, Google will come to...
  9. VS 2017 Re: Bringing panel to front causes flicker after resize

    Doublebuffering is the typical way. Unfortunately, for some reason, the property is not exposed on the Panel control as it is on most controls. It's a property of a base class, not the Panel itself,...
  10. VS 2017 Re: How do I move data in a DataGridView DOWN?

    When it fails, is there an error message, or does it just do nothing at all?
  11. Re: Use VB6 to develop a tool similar to AstExplorer.net

    Sure, but if it is developed with VB6, it IS a VB6 question. I'm not sure on whether the question is about replicating functionality (I have no idea what AstExplorer is) or integrating with something...
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Vaccines are free here, too.
  13. Thread: TwinBasic

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    Re: TwinBasic

    I don't know who that is. Does karma build up on unrecognized side effects?
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    It's true that you never did say that. I assumed that you were saying that those other deaths were misattributed simply because of the presence of COVID (I think it's an acronym, isn't it?). The...
  15. Thread: TwinBasic

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    Re: TwinBasic

    Enough with the bickering.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Death is a funny thing. COVID is a virus. It can't kill you directly. All it is doing is causing your body to create more versions of the virus. I suppose it might be possible, if you had NO immune...
  17. Re: SharpDevelop 5.1 Visual form designer function is invalid ON VB.NET?

    Yeah, I didn't move that one, but you have your answer: SharpDevelop is discontinued. You can still use it for what it does, but it doesn't look like it will ever do more than that. So, if it does...
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    Re: An unexpected surprise

    They won't go negative, but I've never been so confident in saying fixed income, either. I believe what they are getting at is that the return on bonds rarely changes all that much. My rainy day fund...
  19. Poll: Re: How many people do you know personally who are invested in crypto currencies?

    Wooled you expect anything different from me?
  20. Poll: Re: How many people do you know personally who are invested in crypto currencies?

    Is he sheepish?
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    Re: An unexpected surprise

    The "more safe" alternative to stocks has always been bonds. I get around 2.5 to 3% on the bond fund that I use as my rainy day fund (less liquid than a money market fund in exchange for somewhat...
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    VS 2019 Re: Create a List for multiple entries

    Well, you're on the right track. What I'd use is a Dictionary(of String, List(of String))

    For each key, there would be a List(of String) holding all the filenames.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    I wasn't objecting, mind you. I rather liked the setting for that video. Looked like a nice place. I just thought it a pretty odd way/place for such a video. We've seen so many of these people over...
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    Re: https://www.radbasic.dev/

    The kickstarter campaign doesn't seem to be getting anywhere. It looks like it timed out, having reached roughly a third of the desired goal.

    This is the problem I have with any such attempt:...
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    It's not clear that China would allow sufficient migration to make up for the declining population. If they take the Japanese approach, things might not go well. They don't seem to tolerate their own...
  26. Poll: Re: How many people do you know personally who are invested in crypto currencies?

    Brings to mind a zombie banker, shambling down some dimly lit wall street, muttering "gaaaiiinnnnssss".



    No, of course not, it's at the bottom of the ocean. I would take goats, though.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    There are a variety of reasons. In general, I agree with you. A decline in human population around the world would be a good thing. In their case, though, the decline could be seriously steep, and...
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    I think it's something else. I believe their population has gone into decline, and their freaking out about it. They've been holding off releasing their census numbers in an odd way. At first they...
  29. Poll: Re: How many people do you know personally who are invested in crypto currencies?

    Technically, it was always thus. Just because paper money was once backed by a metal that was, itself, valued purely on consensual belief doesn't make it all that much more stable. However, I have a...
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Oooop, wait, you found us out.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Ask for a refund, they must have missed.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Don't be too quick. We need to understand some of the physiology involved, first. Some of those zombies seem to be functional without any functional organs. If that was the actual case, it would be...
  33. Poll: Re: How many people do you know personally who are invested in crypto currencies?

    Cryptocurrency doesn't seem like a very good hedge, to me. It's so wildly volatile that your hedge could be mowed flat in a second. I don't think it's mature enough to be a suitable hedge. A modest...
  34. Re: 64-bit process remote hook technology and some changes in the 64 module export ta

    If you can come up with a question, ask that.

    I see that the link could have had source code, but it sure doesn't look like a good site. Once translated, it looked like some kind of combination...
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Well, we don't know, and likely won't know, perhaps for a very long time. Your numbers are reasonable, but it leaves out a great imponderable. All of those things are moot to a regime willing to be...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Still can be, though I believe the birds are of legal age, these days.
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    Re: Corona virus, China major city lockdowns, etc.

    Probably just once. That's not a wise policy. Always be sure.



    That is a question that would require considerable further study. A virus makes use of the functioning of the cell, but it isn't...
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm down with duvet. It's good that we got that covered.
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    Re: Server Side Storage

    @szlamany: Are you using ASP.NET Core or something a bit older? I seem to remember encountering some mention that Core dropped session state events, though I could very well be misremembering that.
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    Re: Server Side Storage

    I'm sending less than one object to the client. All the client gets is the portion of the model that applies to the page in question. Using the in-memory cache in ASP.Net Core is looking like the way...
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