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    Re: VB.NET Drag Drop Error

    Why do you feel it needs more efficiency added? Is the performance too slow?

    InputBox is a bad idea. That function has a rather fatal flaw that you can't always live with for long. The problem is...
  2. Re: ReDim of a Shallow copy of a jagged array

    Why are all values of a initialized to 0? You started off by saying that a(1)(1) was 5. What is the code that made a(1)(1) 0?

    What ReDim should be doing is creating a new array of the new size,...
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    Closing both hands??? Isn't that usually called 'clapping'?
  4. Re: ReDim of a Shallow copy of a jagged array

    Actually, what's in A is not a double, it's an array of double.

    2D arrays make very little sense in .NET. Redim makes only a little sense in .NET, and Redim Preserve makes no sense. If you are...
  5. Re: ReDim of a Shallow copy of a jagged array

    You aren't going to turn a shallow copy into a deep copy by any means.

    Considering that the array is an array of double, what is the distinction you are making between shallow and deep copies?...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Mixed up your analogies, there, but "Ow, My Balls!" is a great reference.
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    Re: Post Race!

    Is that really so dated?
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    Re: Post Race!

    While hiking, we stopped for a meal at some place along the trail that was playing a bunch of 80s music. That song came on, and the gal I was hiking with didn't recognize it, nor the term 'Rick Roll'.
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    Re: Post Race!

    Hard to say whether that is safe for work.
  10. Re: Close all Forms except main Form

    It looks like there's a bit of translation, and the blog link in that post appears to have expired. The code will look roughly like this:



    Protected Overrides Sub WndProc(ByRef m As...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Of course, at some level, sausage is just sausage. I have a link to that here.
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'd say that one form or another is made very widely. While the term is widespread, I would guess that the actual sausage that results is wildly different from one region to another.
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    Re: Post Race!

    That's how hockey games work, too.
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    What I meant was that she wasn't talking to somebody else with the intent to hurt them, so it wasn't some deliberate choice of words. It was a candid comment.
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    Re: Post Race!

    Cajun is also French...more or less.
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    Watch out. It wasn't always this way in the US, or was localized to presidential races. What works gets repeated.
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    Nixon couldn't whistle.
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    Re: Post Race!

    That might be a bit too regional. I've never even heard of boudin, but it sounds like a Cajun-sourced word, so I'm thinking it might be known by a different word elsewhere...or else it's a local...
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    Reasonable points.

    Being a big, hairy, and pretty genial guy, people seem to expect me to feel the same as they do. For that reason, I'm unfortunately all too well aware that racism is alive and...
  20. Re: Best place to purchase MS SQL Standard

    I assume that you aren't part of an organization that has a contractual relationship with Microsoft, right? I seem to remember that you work for yourself, but with some larger scholastic...
  21. Re: Close all Forms except main Form

    Is the empty Handles clause in that last snippet just a copy paste error, or is it actually missing?

    What do you see when you step through the code? What is the state of frm2 at the time that you...
  22. Re: Why is OneDrive Deleting My Project Files Causing Error System.InvalidOperationEx

    I've never heard of that before, but if files were being removed, that's a strangely specific file. Therefore, I suspect that something else is going on.

    I assume that you are using a MySQL...
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    Re: Post Race!

    A risky sausage, to me. They don't seem to be very consistent. Recipes seem like they can vary more widely than most sausages I've encountered.
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    Re: Connecting Advise

    That's the point behind WebAPI and REST services. That's not wifi, though. If you are connecting from outside, it doesn't matter whether it is wireless (wifi) or not (any computer hooked to the...
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    Re: Post Race!

    The people who are complaining about that are a bunch of wieners.
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    In the end, it's mostly the poor that will suffer. The rich have never been unduly inconvenienced, and the middle class will only be marginally so. The poor, as always, take it in the shorts.
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    Azure DevOps

    I would guess that somebody on here has some experience with this. I have none.

    My group is being asked to move to this as a source repository. Prior to this, we've been using GitLab, but there...
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    With the rules we have around election financing, I would guess that they are kind of hard to break.
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    THAT's the pronoun we should be promoting. After all, we have plenty of marshmallows to roast as the world burns.
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    If you look back over the last fifty years, the religious right in the US has largely been defined by its enemy. For a long time, it was communism. That was a very nice enemy to have. It was safe to...
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    Re: Connecting Advise

    There is a potential issue with an Access database connected to in that way. If the connection gets interrupted when you are connected, the database will likely become corrupted in weird and...
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    Re: Post Race!

    I'm sure you've heard about the constipated mathematician, right?
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    Re: Post Race!

    Now I'm going to have to bring a pen with me to the bathroom.
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    Re: Jan 6th rioter sentenced

    Yeah, that's the argument that always gets made. Sex education is opposed on the same grounds. The data doesn't support the position, but nobody cares about the data.
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    Presumably, there is a break point in that curve. Not sure when it will be reached, though.

    2900% is mostly misleading. When you start with a low number, lots of increases look impressive. When...
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    Re: create app for this temp email site

    You posted how superior you felt VB6 was to every other language ever written. It was an amazing and moving tribute, but unfortunately, we had to take it down because it caused yereverluvinuncleber...
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    Re: Post Race!

    Did she ever eat anybody?
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    Re: create app for this temp email site

    Whenever there is an API, use the API. Web pages change all the time. What is a button today could be a truly interesting div tomorrow. Those who make web pages, can't seem to resist changing...
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    There is probably a graph of this somewhere, but I would assume that every election brings unprecedented amounts of spending.
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    Re: UK politics versus USA

    Idaho had open primaries, but the leadership of the Republican party felt that too many centrists were being elected, so they closed the Republican primary (the Democratic primary is still open)....
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