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Icon   BobRodes is in a constant state of expansion, while getting thinner sometime later.

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  1. In Topic: VB6 report must not have new line character at end of file

    Posted 4 Feb 2014

    Upvote for publishing your answer. However, you provided so little context in your question that nobody could figure out what you were using to do your report. For all we knew, you were using Crystal Reports or something. It doesn't surprise me that if you found a similar question nobody answered it.
  2. In Topic: Saving Decimal Variable After App is Closed

    Posted 4 Feb 2014

    There are all sorts of ways to persist (save, basically) data. Text files are fine, databases, cookies, and so on. You might want to read up on how ADO stores text files. Then you can easily change to a database if you should decide to do so.
  3. In Topic: Complex String Expressions

    Posted 5 Oct 2013

    So tell the nice man that you appreciate his help by clicking the green plus under his answer. :)
  4. In Topic: Excel/Visual Basic Array Multiplication

    Posted 5 Oct 2013

    If I understand correctly, you're making the assumption that all the cells will have numbers that can be multiplied. If you have, say, five rows in one column and six in another, you'll have a blank cell in the last row of the second column. If you try to perform a multiplication on that cell, you'll get the value error. Your code doesn't take this into account; you take the largest number of rows and the largest number of columns and set your for loop to that.

    I would suggest that you check for a blank cell in your loop and use 0 if you find one.
  5. In Topic: Passing variables between exe's

    Posted 5 Oct 2013

    I haven't fully digested what you have said, but I have the feeing that you're thinking about this in terms of any application having access to any other applications memory simply by hitting that memory address. Windows restricts this on an opsys level, the idea being to minimize the problems that bugs can cause. Here's a link to a Windows overview of interprocess communication: http://msdn.microsof...4(v=vs.85).aspx . You can also look at marshaling, proxies and stubs, shared memory and the like. But you can't just poke another exe's memory addresses directly unless someone has come up with a trick of some sort.

    As maj has said, the easiest way (when you know how) to accomplish what you are looking for is to create an ActiveX EXE. That becomes an object that you can reference in your program. Create a property in your ActiveX ExE, expose a method that runs your RoboRealm program. Think of the EXE as a wrapper that brokers interprocess requests for communication with your RoboRealm program.

My Information

Member Title:
Your Friendly Local Curmudgeon
Age:
57 years old
Birthday:
September 15, 1956
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Location:
Tullahoma, Tennessee
Interests:
IT, Music.
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VB6, VB.NET
Full Name:
Bob Rodes
Years Programming:
25
Programming Languages:
BASIC, VB6, VB.Net, C#, Java, Javascript, CSS, also UML

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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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