I looked at ownerdraw, was looking for a shortcut. Yeh right!
I finally figured out that you set the image size in image size.
The images are suppose to go in front of the text, this the view setting like files in a windows form.
I was able to center my image with a wider image, but then the first column shows the image.
So I guess for now, I'll just move the success column to the first position.
I am attempting to create a list of lists so I can return a specific list when I reference list(index), for example. I created a custom class and am using it as the list type.
A subroutine reads through a text file (csv) one line at a time. The value in the line indicates the "section number" to which the rest of the line belongs, and all other values on that line are used to set certain properties in my custom class. (Confusing?)
Basically it reads through the lines, and if the first number is the same as the first number in the previous line, it processes the line and adds it to a list. If the number is different, it adds the list to the main list, then clears the list, and adds the current line to the new list.
And repeat until the end of the file.
Here is the code:
Dim EvalTopics Asnew List(of List(of customClass))
Dim sr As StreamReader = New StreamReader(BLAHBLAHBLAH)
Dim OldSec AsInteger = 0, NewSec AsInteger = 0'Old and New Section Numbers
Dim seclist AsNew List(Of customClass) 'List to be added to EvalTopics
Dim splits() AsString = sr.Readline.Split(",")
NewSec = splits(0) 'Section # is first value
If OldSec <> NewSec Then
OldSec = NewSec
EndIfDim es As customClass = New customClass
'assign the other values to various properties
EvalTopics.Add(seclist)'Add the last section
After populating the lists, if I call up EvalTopics(0), I get the same as EvalTopics(3). In fact, every list I call up is the same as the LAST LIST ADDED.
Can someone point me in the right direction? At first I thought I was using lists incorrectly, so I tried an array of lists, then a list of arrays. Nothing worked.
Example I made a solution program in vb.net called BookProgram then the compiler for debug is 32bit or x86 and for such coding I simultaneously made also on that solution x64 compiler debug (/assume they were on bin folder)
So is it possible to put a code that design to hide the form x86 program and show x64 form program vice versa without errors even though made in one solution program?
That concrete example is based on an uninstaller program because the anycpu is based on the current bit system and programs are likely missing vice versa to 86x compiler.
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