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  1. In Topic: Good 'step up' langauge from VB.NET

    Posted 15 Jan 2013

    haha, not that low-level.
  2. In Topic: Good 'step up' langauge from VB.NET

    Posted 15 Jan 2013

    Then that'll come into it too.

    Thanks guys.
  3. In Topic: Good 'step up' langauge from VB.NET

    Posted 15 Jan 2013

    @modi123_1, Thank you, you've made a good point i'll browse some job board and see what's what.
    @AnalyticLunatic, thank-you also i'll probably choose C++ or C# sharp, I mean i have already played with C# and it seemed very interesting.
    @Ryano121, Thank-you, But I need to know where it is 'moving' instead of getting molded into a language which does not benefit any prospective employers.
  4. In Topic: How to use a DB for user login in VB.NET

    Posted 8 Jan 2013

    Thank-you!!
  5. In Topic: How to use a DB for user login in VB.NET

    Posted 7 Jan 2013

    View Postmodi123_1, on 07 January 2013 - 02:33 PM, said:

    Typically you would take the user name.. use that as part of the query to the DB to get the password.. and then you would compare the password entered against the password retrieved. If they match continue the app.. if not then close the app.

    It's a pretty straight forward process. We have some excellent tutorials here on the DB/VB.NET interaction you should read up.


    Oh yeah I know how to query the DB to get the password + user name columns but it's just the coding side I don't know how to go about. Thank-you for the reply i'll browse those tutorials.

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