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  1. In Topic: How to retrieve Exclusive records

    Posted 16 Aug 2015

    I think I understand what you are asking. The "Personal strength type name" (I'll use "pstn" for this mouthful hereafter) could be a number of different values, "conventional" and "artistic" being two of them. You want only one row per student. You have a problem when a student has more than one pstn associated with him, because you get more than one matching record.

    The simple thing to do is not include the pstn at all. But it seems you need to for some sort of business reason. So, what do you want to do from a business standpoint to resolve multiple pstn's? I don't find a clear explanation of that.
  2. In Topic: Need help 'translate' JS to VB6

    Posted 16 Aug 2015

    Error 80020101 is a general error evaluating Javascript. I notice that your "JS" code is in fact jQuery code. Have you imported jQuery in your Javascript context? If not, it's not readable.
  3. In Topic: How To Update Single Form From Database In VB6

    Posted 16 Aug 2015

    First, I've never had an application with 20 forms on it, and I've written some pretty complicated stuff. Suppose you get one of those forms working first. Next, what have you tried so far in your click event? If you don't know where to get started, google "ADO tutorial vb6" and start with the first link there.
  4. In Topic: VB6 and Zabo Business Objects

    Posted 16 Aug 2015

    Me neither. So, I went to the library and looked for books on Zabo business objects. There weren't any. Then I called Microsoft at 1-800-MICROSOFT. No help there. So I called Google, and all they would tell me was that I could try looking it up on their www.google.com page. As if! Nobody does that.

    I tweeted "Does anyone know what Zabo business objects are?" and a bunch of people LOL'd me and called me a "douchebag". No help there. So I wandered around the streets of New York City for days with a sign saying the same thing until some guy named Zabo stole my sign. Said it was his. Took my shoes, too. I give up, sorry.

    What have you tried?
  5. In Topic: How to handle individual control events in datarepeater items

    Posted 16 Aug 2015

    You are most welcome.

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58 years old
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VB6, VB.NET
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Bob Rodes
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    lucky3 Icon

    31 Dec 2012 - 02:30
    Congratulations for the "Expert of the Year" 1st place award!
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    Elda Icon

    23 Jul 2012 - 19:09
    Congratulations. You're an expert. you deserved it. :)
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    trevster344 Icon

    15 Jun 2012 - 17:53
    I found your post in the thread, that is now locked in the .net forum, to be quite humorous. Just wanted to say I appreciate your work and effort helping people out, because sometimes I don't have the patience myself to sit there spoon feeding people information. Thanks :)
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    15Dhan Icon

    01 May 2012 - 18:15
    Congrats .. IDOL :)
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    haidar976 Icon

    18 Aug 2011 - 23:55
    How can you manage all these languages without be confusing between them? I tried to learn C++ then after few months changed to VB6 I completely forgot every thing about C++, I cant work with two language in the same time
    You are expert man
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    BobRodes Icon

    15 Feb 2011 - 15:02
    Thanks for the recognition. I'm honored.
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    Dogstopper Icon

    14 Feb 2011 - 19:35
    Congratulations on Expert!
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