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Textboxes and Numbers (Are these Numbers?)

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What does the two textboxes contain?
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a. they contain the numbers 123 and 456 respectively.
b. they contain strings that can be interpreted as the numbers 123 and 456.

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Combinations and Generics

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In This Thread the OP is trying to find the words that can be made from the digit key that letter appears on.
Like from a mobile phone keypad
0 ->1 ->2 -> ABC3 -> DEF4 -> GHI5 -> JKL6 -> MNO7 -> PQRS8 -> TUV9 -> WXYZ

So if the code was 27753 the possible letter would be
27753DPPJDEQQKEFRRLF SS
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Overlapping Events

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NO OVERLAPP

1) A BEFORE B
[ A ]
[ B ]

A.ST<B.ST
A.ET<B.ST
Analysis: A.ET<B.ST

2) B BEFORE A

[ B ]
[ A ]

A.ST>B.ST
A.ET>B.ET
Analysis: B.ET<A.ST
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N=(B.ET<A.ST) EOR (A.ET<B.ST)
O=NOT N
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OVERLAPS
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3) A STARTS...
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Coding:

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Currently writing a class so you can map class properties to controls.

Public Class Test Protected m_Text As String=""Public Property Text() As String Get End Get Set(ByVal Value As String) End SetEnd PropertyEnd Class


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Embarrassing Coding Mistake (Flat World)

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An embarrassing coding mistake. (Took a hour to realise it.)

Thinking the world is Flat.
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Idea: Branded Types

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Function Foo(Byval A As Double, ByVal B As Double) As BooleanEnd Function' "Branded"Function Foo(ByVal A As Double[Type_A], ByVal B As Double[Type_B]) As BooleanEnd Function



Dim A As DoubleDim B AS DoubleDim AB As Double[Type_A]Dim BB As Double[Type_B]
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My Tutorials & Snippets

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Tutorials
  • A Simple Script Interpreter (Continued)
  • Loops: Equivalents
  • A Simple Script Interpreter
  • 5 Ways of counting occurences
  • Custom Sorting in VB.NET Tutorials
  • Adding Help to an Application
  • Forms: Accessing controls
  • Arrays in VB.NET Tutorials
  • Birst Sort Explained
  • Saving your Objects
  • Create your own Popup
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Extension Methods

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This is just for me to remember how to implement them.
 <System.Runtime.CompilerServices.Extension()> _  Public Function LastDayOfMonth(ByVal thismonth As Date) As Date  Return New Date(thismonth.Year, thismonth.Month, Date.DaysInMonth(thismonth.Year, thismonth.Month)) End Function
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Identify Your Drives with its own Logo

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Goto to the root directory of the drive you want to add the logo to.

Add or create a bitmap / icon file, with dimension of about 32 x 32 pixels.

Open your favourite text editor and create this file
[autorun]ICON=\Logo.bmp

Change \Logo.bmp to the address of logo file you are using.

Save the with this name AUTORUN.INF.
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Update: Calculator

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Coded The Calculator applet today.

Project CIDER Size: 120Kb, 5 Files.

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