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  1. In Topic: Checking to see if user is Admin or Basic User

    Posted 5 Apr 2014

    Are you having any specific errors or anything? We can't really hand out code and it looks like you're definitely on the right track. Let me know.
  2. In Topic: Open .exe form from .dll form

    Posted 6 Mar 2014

    Well since you've indicated you don't know how to do anything involving any variation of those features, maybe you should start with learning how to build one application with a login that is validated by reading a text file. Very simple, and no you won't be using a dll called MyLib for this as it will all be in one .exe when you've compiled it. What do you think about that?

    Honestly if I don't know how to build a boat I'm not going to set out on building a Vanguard class battleship the first time around.
  3. In Topic: how to display a hidden element using javascript

    Posted 6 Mar 2014

    If you're submitting the page what does it matter if you want to display something? I think you need to rethink the purpose of this feature you want to add.
  4. In Topic: how can I log debug info on the server?

    Posted 17 Jan 2014

    That code just writes the debug info into a textarea and sends it into the response stream of the page. I.E. it sends it to the page to be displayed with the rest of the response from the server. A good way would be writing to a textfile with a system.io.streamwriter.
  5. In Topic: vb.net Need help with loops and streamreaders (new to vb)

    Posted 28 Dec 2013

    It's not very hard, you're close. The reader reads one line at a time so each call of readline moves the reader to the next line.

    I'm assuming your word and hint are on two separate lines.

    'declare your streamreader
    
    txtspelling1.text = objectreader.readline() 'move to the first line and store it
    txtspelling2.text = objectreader.readline() 'move to the second line and store it
    
    objectreader.close
    objectreader.dispose
    
    
    ''''For Looping: The Following'''''
    
    'declare your streamreader
    
    do while objectreader.peek <> -1 'while not end of file
    
    messagebox.show(objectreader.readline) 'move the reader forward and read the next line
    
    loop
    
    objectreader.close
    objectreader.dispose
    
    

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Member Title:
The Peasant
Age:
21 years old
Birthday:
August 14, 1992
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Years Programming:
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Programming Languages:
VB6, All .Net languages, C++, Java, Javascript/Jquery.

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