Hi everyone, I am new to VB.NET and wanting to create a small program which processes data from one CSV file to another.
example: I want to convert these fields into
Brand Mftr Code Description Long Description Dove Code RRP Price Qty Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Image URL Product URL Barcode Current Due Date Stock Classification
__ Below mentioned fields.
Supplier ID; Active (0/1); Name *; Description; Short description; Meta title; Meta keywords; Meta description; Image URL
Is there any possibility, that I can create an application which manipulates data.
Any help would be much appreciated. TA
Tutorials are posted all over the internet and the best way to find them is to use Google. You can also go to the Articles section here on CodeProject* and see what is available on the subjects you are interested in. But if you are totally new to VB.NET you may find much of the information somewhat advanced.
My pc is connected to my local network through 192.168.1.5. Is there any way to get some string content through the browser? For example a very simple vb net code which will receive the string "HELLO" from the browser when i write 192.168.1.5:8888/HELLO ?
Hope that someone can help me please?
I am using MSO8104A scope for my measurement and using vb.net as visual basic language. I have been stuck to one problem for a long time. The problem might not be very big for though.
I am using save waveform comment to save data from the oscilloscope. Once I save one group of data in one file I want the send group of data to be saved in the same file rather than creating another file when I am running a loop. Please can anyone suggest me which comment or code I can use to append the data in one file other than having many files?
Regions are working for me in 2019. The +/- button to expand/collapse is on the left border of the window just like it's always been.
It may be turned off for you. Type "region" into the new search box at the top of the VS window and the first item listed should be "Show outlining for comments and preprocessor regions". Make sure that's turned on.