You're only supporting what I've been saying all along. MSDN sucks ass, and the object browser only repeats what MSDN shows.
Yes, you already stated that it only shows a method-signature. I already stated it shows more. You stated you cannot find the howto's using the search-box, I've shown that Google has no trouble finding them.
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Except that your examples are examples of totally different things. The first one is a specific interface notification (like a method), and the second is the introduction to a complete class. And in both cases the information is pretty complete.
if you need to create application for evidence of workers. Example you need application which will store all data about employers their work. And you also need to enter the values about working hours per day for each user with which database you would go ?
Should i go with MS access database ?
Or go with MySQL database ?
I have a standard Visual Studio 2008 VB.net webform that can generate a WHERE clause with potentially up to about 25 conditions with multiple AND and OR clauses--see http://www.albemarle.org/nativeplantstest (select "View ALL" as the selection isn't working). I want the results of the selection to be displayed in a gridview on another page, NOT the same page as the webform. Is that doable? I can easily create the template fields that will massage the data on fields in the codebehind for the column displays, using an EVAL statement on the gridview page with a related Private Function in the codebehind, but I can't seem to figure out how to get an equivalent process to work with the SelectCommand, assuming it's doable. The samples I'm finding appear to initially show a larger set of data, then have you choose some filtering criteria via text boxes etc and display the now filtered results on the same page, which wouldn't work with this app. I can post the current gridview code if anyone wants to see it.
(Sorry, I should have posted this here instead under quick answers)
I am running VS2012 Windows 8.1 and I have downloaded SDK 7.1
My include path includes VC/ALTMFC for using Microsoft MFC
it also includes the include path for the SDK 7.1
I also included the include directory that's in Visual Studio VC since I am using Visual C++
Seems like I need all 3 of these directories to get a clean build
Whether I use the above directory or
I get a number compile errors macro redefinitions
Is there a basic include directory I should be using/ or a preprocessor directive
In my experience of all versions of Visual Studio, it works 'out of the box'. The installation process normally sets up the links to the correct directories for both compiler and linker. It may be that you have some incorrect settings in your project or header file(s) which causes the errors; although you have not shown us the detail of the errors.
VB.NET is just the language, you have to share what is the data source for your application. Database, or some other sort of data or a CSV generated data. What?
Secondly, if your records only have one conman value (non-redundant data) then just get the value of that column. Also, to compare two values, you simply use if else block, and pass both the column's values to it and you're set to go.
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I'm using VS2012 and have Sql Server Express 2012 installed on my dev box.
When I try to use the Architecture | Dependency Graph feature, it throws an exception about not being able to connect to LocalDB.
0) Can I point it at Sql Server instead? If so, how? I looked in the devenv.exe.config file as well as the registry, and didn't find any connection strings.
1) I tried to find sqllocaldb on my system, but all I found were MSI files and a folder with database files (mdf, etc). It's almost like it used to be installed, but now it isn't. There is no sqllocaldb windows service running that I can see.
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LocalDB doesn't create any database services; LocalDB processes are started and stopped automatically when needed. The application is just connecting to "Data Source=(localdb)\v11.0" and LocalDB process is started as a child process of the application. A few minutes after the last connection to this process is closed the process shuts down.
There doesn't appear to be an option to use full SQL Server instead of LocalDB.
Try running VS elevated, in case it's a permissions problem. You could also try re-creating the LocalDB instance:
I know how to create xml element with closing tag (using WriteStartElement and WriteEndElement methods)
but is there a way in Visual C++ to produce xml element like this
i.e. without closing tag?
I have 6 label on form and one MS ACCESS table.
My First Column is Name and Second is NickName
So i want to Show all NickName in different label.
and is row is blank then Label dont show.
So anybody can help me.
I've spent 4 hours searching posts on VS2013 and GitHub. I can't find anything that tells how to connect an existing (very large) GitHub repository to an existing local repository without cloning the origin or pushing to the server.
I've been using SourceTree (it's great) but I want to use some of the features of VS Git Integration.
I'm hitting a blank wall.
If this goes any further, I'm going to have to clone GItHub and go out fishing.
I have a VS2008 solution with different C++ projects. It is a legacy solution which is still in production and has to be maintained and enhanced in the next years. Some of the classes are usesd in different projects of the solution. Each solution has a compiler switch that tells the compiler which project is currently compiled. In code you will often find something (ugly) like:
// do something
// do special stuff for APP 1
Now I have the behavior that APP_1 is active, but in the header file the code is greyed out and in the cpp module code is not greyed out. Even if I right click on the declarations in the header file, I cannot select "goto references" or "goto declaration" in the conext menue. In the class explorer the methods are inaccessible even if the compiler switch is set. For me it looks like VS2008 does not recognize the current active project.
Any ideas or hints how to solve the problem? Maybe a good google query? After two days I'm out of ideas
The problematic behaviour resides already for a while but it became massiv after I started to refactor and splitted the main header file which contained almost all class declarations into seperate header files. Now each class has it's own header file and it's own implementation file (liek FooClass.h and FooClass.cpp)
I also know that it would be better to have a base class an use project specific derived classes instead of preprocessor switches but as I explained at the top: It's legacy code and I'm just at the beginning of the refactoring process.
I also tried to delete the ncb file of the solution. It has no effect, either.
At the moment I have two assumptions:
1) It has to do something with the size of the source files. There are several files with more (!) than 10k lines (no joke! As I told in my first post: Lot's of legacy stuff from more then 15 years)
2) Maybe something goes wrong with the bsc files (browse source)
PS: At the moment I'm at the beginning of a huge refactoring process. It can only be done step by step. Otherwise it (and I) will loose the acceptance of the colleages. They are usesd to work with these huge files...
I have C console application which is a makefile project so my question is how do I create a project from existing source
When I go to File-> new from existing code I first select C++ Then the project location -> console application. Point is creating a makefile application seems only available when creating a new project (without the existing source option)
In Visual Studio create a new blank project.
Using Windows Explorer copy all the source files to the project location.
Expand the project tree in Visual Studio's Solution Explorer window.
Right click on each folder (Header Files, Resource Files etc).
Select "Add" and add the relevant files to the folder.
You could also create a new dummy project, delete all its source files, then add your files as above.
Dim A AsIntegerDim Success1 AsBoolean
A = (TxtNmbrBox.Text = "")
Success1 = Integer.TryParse(TxtNmbrBox.Text, A)
IfNot Success1 Then
MsgBox("Please Enter A Number In Box")
TxtNmbrBox.Text = ""
LblAb.Text = ""ExitSubEndIfIf A = 0Then
LblAb.Text = "1"ElseIf A < 0Then
MsgBox("Negative Numbers Can Not Be Factored" + vbCrLf + "Please Enter a Positive Number")
ElseIf A >= 1Then
I need help Creating the loop and the factorials