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Posted 28 Aug 2014Can you not just assign it to the variable
myOldDate = "2014/07/05 13:59:26"
Posted 27 Aug 2014Please can you try to be a little clearer on what you're trying to achieve.
DateValue will give you the Date portion of a string representation of DateTime, so:
'The following will return "27/08/2014" DateValue(Now())
If you want to add an amount to a date, then try looking at the DateAdd function.
Posted 15 Jul 2014I assume you're trying to draw the waveform in the picturebox.
That being the case, you need to show the code that you're actually using and as Andrew has asked, clearly explain your issue.
You've posted code to a function, but you don't show where you call it from, or how you populate the inputs (i.e.: what populates the UDT WaveData16bit_ and what is it's definition)
Help yourself by giving as much information as you can....don't expect people to fully understand what you're trying to do.
Posted 1 Jul 2014How is PlayerID defined in your table? Is it an identity field? If so, you won't be able to add it in like that (albeit not sure about the error).
Can you show the schema of your table (Field Names, Type, etc).
Also, this is .Net, not VB6....
Posted 19 Jun 2014The simplest way would be to re-enable the first timer (and associated countdown variables) when the second timer has timed out.
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