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Icon   ybadragon Anything is possible. What matters is what is probable. Keep in mind probability is a variable we can all alter.

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  1. In Topic: Creating a questionnaire

    Posted 25 Nov 2015

    Ok, so I would recommend writing a questionnaire with static questions and answers instead of dynamic ones first. This way you will get used to the console. Prior to that though, you will need to know how to initialize variables, and understand the flow of the program you are trying to create before even typing a letter into the IDE you are using (i.e Visual Studio).
  2. In Topic: Creating a questionnaire

    Posted 25 Nov 2015

    What do you have so far? What have you tried? What have you searched for?
  3. In Topic: Json to object cannot parse Json array to list

    Posted 25 Nov 2015

    I just want to say on here, that the reason it wasn't being created as a List is because in the JSON it wasn't an array. Array's have a syntax of [Value1, Value2, Value3]. Whereas in your example the json shows _links as being denoted with _links : {Value1{href:string}, Value2{href:string}, etc...}.

    Where did you get the json from? Is it something you create? If so then it is fairly simple to get rid of the ValueX classes you had to create, and instead just consolidate them down to 1 class, or you could even remove them completely and have what you originally wanted which was a list of _links.
  4. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 25 Nov 2015

    I'm the only one from my team at the office today, and since I'm finished with inspections there is pretty much 0 productivity I can do because I have nothing else on my list....so bored from now 8:30am to the end of the day ~4:00pm unless my boss let's me go home early.

    EDIT - Also, my LootCrate comes in today :D
  5. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 24 Nov 2015

    I just learned about a few of the coolest calls I've ever used in SQL. They are LAG, LEAD, LAST_VALUE, and FIRST_VALUE

    Then I used lag to find the difference from the previous rows value to the current rows value. I'm very happy with the result, and it is pretty fast. It went over 100k rows in 2 seconds on my local machine.

    What type of chair @jon.kiparsky?

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    macosxnerd101 Icon

    20 May 2015 - 13:27
    Spam, spam, spam.
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    ybadragon Icon

    05 Dec 2014 - 07:33
    Not here, but you can create a new post in the VB6 forum, and post the code that you have so far.
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    boni86 Icon

    05 Dec 2014 - 03:45
    hello Sir. i am beginner in vb6.0. i was told to increase or decrease the size of an image automatically after a certain time interval, using vb6.0.. i was told to use an image and a timer. but i cant understand what code should i put behind the form. can you please help me in this matter
    thank you
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    ybadragon Icon

    11 Dec 2013 - 07:13
    lol thanks :)
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    orangebanana Icon

    11 Dec 2013 - 07:09
    your daughter is so cute. :D
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    cooljunk Icon

    14 Nov 2013 - 20:06
    I could use your help with VB tryparse within an array.
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    ybadragon Icon

    17 Sep 2013 - 09:03
    Ok, post a topic with the question
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    Veens Icon

    17 Sep 2013 - 09:00
    I need one help from u
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    ybadragon Icon

    16 Sep 2013 - 05:57
    Yes :)
    She is 2 years old now, that was taken when she was 1.
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    Michael26 Icon

    14 Sep 2013 - 01:40
    Is that your kid in the picture?
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