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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: What are you working on today?

    Posted 31 Mar 2015

    A while back I created a form that allowed for the input of orders of a unique type. I wasn't sure how to map them to the database so I required (via email and word of mouth) that the user entering them put the id of the order into the order created in a specific field in our system. That way I can look at the data they put in my form and map it to the database So far 147 orders have been entered into my form. 127 of those orders have been entered into the other system (meaning we have 20 jobs just floating around unpaid and unfinished somewhere....) and of those 127 jobs only 13 of them have the ID in the field.....13....
  2. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 31 Mar 2015

    So I'm going through our estimate creation system (Jupiter) and looking at how components are being created and pushed into our database and I find the following line of code

    else if ((oldEst != null && string.IsNullOrEmpty(ordEst.ID)) || (revise))
    {
    goto Logic
    }
    
    


    Then further down I find the following
    Logic: //mmmmm Spaghetti
    
    


    Underneath that Logic tag is the component entry

    foreach (object comp in components)
    {
    var component = new JavascriptSerializer().ConvertToType<Component>(comp);
    foreach (object opt in options)
    {
    if (opt == null) continue;
    var option = new JavascriptSerializer().ConvertToType<Option>(opt);
    if (Convert.ToInt32(option.compID) == Convert.ToInt32(component.compID))
    {
    }
    component.AddOption(option);
    foreach (object st in stocks)
    {
    if (st == null) continue;
    var stock = new JavascriptSerializer().ConvertToType<Stock>(st);
    if ((Convert.ToInt32(stock.optID) == (Convert.ToInt32(option.optID))))
    {
    option.AddStock(stock);
    }
    }
    }
    }
    estimate.AddComponent(component)
    
    
  3. In Topic: Why do you need a team?

    Posted 31 Mar 2015

    You don't HAVE to have a team. It just helps when it isn't just you doing all the work. I am currently the sole developer at my workplace, and I do ok for the time being. The workload is constantly growing though, and because of that my company is in the process of hiring a second developer with more UX and Web Development experience since I have better skill in Business Logic and Database development.
  4. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 30 Mar 2015

    Nullable DateTime's are annoying >_>
  5. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 30 Mar 2015

    AI kick analysis today. It's going to take a while today because it's the beginning of the week. Tomorrow it's going to take a while as well because it's End of the month.

My Information

Member Title:
Home Owner
Age:
23 years old
Birthday:
June 12, 1991
Gender:
Location:
Indiana
Interests:
Learning any programming languages, Magic the Gathering, Soccer
Full Name:
Brian Thomason
Years Programming:
5
Programming Languages:
VB.Net, C#, Java, HTML, XHTML, SQL, JSL, VIPP, VB6

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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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