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Comments by Jonathan [
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Can't see any reason to do this except to create spam accounts...
And 'just being an oop programmer', what kind of excuse is that - a good programmer can code anything.
Not that you should be doing this anyway.
I've always found the best way to learn a language is to try to write some very small applications and get those working first.
Also, you could buy some books and type in the example applications from those too if you can't think of an example yourself.
As others have said you need to run the code under the debugger, when it crashes it will indicate which line the problem is on, then you can debug and fix the problem.
No need to import, simply add the same code files that are in one project to the other.
You could also modify the XML of the solution/project file to tell it which version you are using (See Solution 2) but be aware this will not work if you have used features from a newer version of .NET and then attempt to get your application to work with an older version - not without changing the code anyway.
What have you tried, did google provide any help for you?
Show us your code that doesn't work and we can help diagnose it
What do you mean you can't see any file get opened?
You say the file get created, so clearly the code is working - what is it you are expecting that doesn't happen?
What do you mean you can't read his mind?
Really, you don't understand the problem?
Read the error message and Sandeep's reply, I think it's kind of obvious what the problem is...
You can still run 32-bit apps on a 64-bit computer, just compile it as a 32-bit app and it should work fine, what you want to avoid is compiling it as a 64-bit app
Agree with OriginalGriff, no chance ever of a 64-bit version of JET, either go 32-bit or find another technology to use.
Can't understand your question, please rephrase it.
Why not try it?
Koti, stop posting this question, it's getting tiresome.
Then you need to store the state of the button in a variable and toggle it when the button is clicked, then show the state of the button depending on the state
The small pop up is called a "Context Menu" and you'll need to implement it on the right click handler for your button, you should then be able to set the state of the button based on the menu item chosen by the user, i.e. "Enable/Disable"
What have you tried so far?
Stop posting homework questions, how do you ever expect to learn anything.
Stop reposting the same homework question.
First of all, you need to tell us where it's going wrong and ask specific questions, no one here has time to read hundreds of lines of your code to determine the problem you are having.
Also, try to only post a small snippet of the code, instead of the entire application - makes it much easier to read.
Damn, I was too focused on the scanf to notice that :)
When you googled for this did you find any useful links?
Just typing your question into google led me to lots of results, so have you read any of them?
Do you have any specific questions regarding what you've found so far???
He just needs to use a timer or schedule, this question is nothing to do with SQL or databases.
You can learn far more from trying than you can from asking.
Do you have a specific question?
If not then this should be a forum question instead.
It's often quicker to try something than it is to wait for an answer to a question that shouldn't have been asked in the first place.
Really, you can't even be bothered to format it as a question... we are not here to do your homework, how do you ever expect to get a job when you can't even google, let alone code..
Do you know which line it's failing on?
This is stupid, how do you expect people to help you when all you post is an error code?
This is not a question.
Or if you already know the name of the file you want to use then change the File.Open("...) code to use the correct name
Did you check Wes's reply above?
I meant the client profile version as it's looking for that.
Have you googled to see what the error "0x80040154" means?
You need to send the graphics data to the appropriate video memory, how you do this depends on how you are writing your OS...
You might want to format this, it's hard to read...
You need to clarify what you want and why you expect people to write the code for you, if you've got a problem that we can help with then that's OK, but expecting someone to write the code for you isn't
It's probably failing somewhere with "Access Denied", but as you don't check any error returns from the system calls it makes it hard to diagnose, you need to debug the code to see which line is failing, then we might be able to help you.
It doesn't work doesn't help - you need to say WHY it doesn't work, does it fail to compile, do you get an error message or does something else happen?
But why doesn't it work?
Does it compile, if so do you get an error - any additional information would help us to help you.
Sandy, this is the correct answer.
If it's not working then either,
- You are doing it wrong, or
- You are doing it wrong...
In which case you need to use WinSock to bind to the port, if you specify zero as the port number then WinSock will automatically assign a port number to you (dynamically), the WinSock connection that you bind on will then receive the data once a client connects to it.
Sorry, but don't know the VB syntax, but you should be able to look that up.
If your code isn't working, then post a SMALL segment of it (the WinSock bit) then someone might be able to help.
Are you writing the client or the server?
Angel, Manfred was commenting on the reply by aniketyadav7.
A virus can affect any file format that is executable, changing the extension of the file won't disguise this as a virus can scan every file to detect those that are executable and therefore ignore the file extension.
He wasn't agreeing with your proposal, see his comment below "Solution 2".
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