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Creating Your Own Dynamic Properties and Preserve Property Settings in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 152  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Hoag      Rating:  
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This paper demonstrates how to create dynamic properties in addition to the ones exposed by Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET, as well as how to use dynamic properties to persist user-configurable properties between instances of an application....

Rapid Application Development Using SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition and Visual Basic.NET     
Total Hits: 104  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to leverage the design capabilities integrated into Visual Studio 2005 in order to rapidly develop applications that use data stored in a SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition database. You will be using Visual Basic.NET in this tutorial. There is another tutorial that shows how to use Visual C#.NET to perform the same task....

.NET Framework: Building, Packaging, Deploying, and Administering Applications and Types     
Total Hits: 178  |  Today: 0Author: Jeffrey Richter      Rating:  
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Types that are built for the Common Language Runtime can be shared among applications in the Microsoft .NET Framework no matter which of the .NET languages they were built in, an obvious benefit to developers.
This article describes the building, packaging, and deploying of applications and types for the .NET Framework, including the role and significance of assemblies, private and otherwise. The way metadata and assemblies help to solve some historical problems like versioning conflicts and ...

Find your IP Address     
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To find your IP address we first ask for your machine name, then we pass that to the GetHostName function that gives us a valid IPHostEntry object. This object contains your IP address in the AddressList array, so we just dump the value to the console....

Hotel Reservation System     
Total Hits: 150  |  Today: 0Author: Jomar Pabuaya      Rating:  
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In this article I will explain the important procedure or function that I used in Hotel Reservation System. I wrote this article in the purpose that you will be able to use some of the useful code here in my application. May it be a payroll system, inventory system, or any application that have the same concept like filling a Listview or Combobox....

Operator Overloading in Visual Basic 2005     
Total Hits: 166  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Operator overloading is a powerful tool that allows you to redefine many operators (addition, subtraction, and so on) within classes and structures, making them more useful and relevant to the class or structure in question. With the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, you can now create and use overloaded operators in your code. The use of operator overloading allows for much cleaner, readable code, and additionally makes it much easier to interact with some types in the .NET Framework tha...

Performance Optimization in Visual Basic .NET     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Gordon Brown      Rating:  
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One of the primary goals of Visual Basic® .NET is to perform faster than previous versions. But performance still depends on how you design your program. This article describes some important considerations that can help you optimize your application's performance. The remainder of this introduction reviews the conditions and assumptions underlying these optimization recommendations....

Reading the WindowsNT / Windows 2000 EventLog in VB.NET     
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Click run the code and click the button, it may take a few seconds but each message in your EventLog will be written to the Textbox....

Writing to the Event Log using VB.NET     
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this article is about to Writing to the Event Log using VB.NET using EVENT log control ....

Perform a Reverse Lookup     
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This does a reverse lookup and displays the IP address of a given host. The resulting IP address will be displayed in a MessageBox....

Getting the Name and IP of your Networked Computers     
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This code will locate each machine on your network and will report the name and IP address of each. This dynamically adds textboxes to the form to show each one in, so if your network is large you will want to modify it to display in a listbox or something else....

Enumerating IP Addresses of a Local Machine Using VB.NET     
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Now and then this question is asked on various .NET newsgroups on how to list all the IP addresses machine is using. .NET Framework Class Library contains System.Net namespace that provides a simple programming interface for many of the protocols used on networks today....

HOW TO: Write Your Own Registry Accessing Functions by Using the Base Class Libraries in Visual Basic .NET (Q316151)     
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This article demonstrates how to use Visual Basic. NET to access the registry. To do this, you write your own registry accessing functions by using the Base Class Libraries....

The LogonUser API     
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The Windows Authentication prompt can often be an intimidating dialog for users. It asks for two or three things: username, password, and sometimes domain. Users may (and should) know their network username and password combination, but how many of them know the name of the domain their account is kept on? To make matters more complex, depending on the operating system and browser version, the domain entry box isnt shown. In this case, users need to prefix their username with DomainName\:...

Visual Basic.NET Code Sample: Process Class and Shell Functionality     
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This sample illustrates some of the ways in which you can launch and monitor processes using the Process class found in the System.Diagnostics namespace....

Opening Jars with Visual Basic     
Total Hits: 184  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Lysle      Rating:  
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This article shall describe an approach that may be used to extract Jar files. Jars are merely files compressed using zip compression; the primary difference between a standard trash zip file and a jar file is that the jar file includes a manifest; also a true jar files can be run as an executable on a machine equipped with the java runtime. Jars typically contain java class files; if you have some need to extract a jar and view its contents, it is no more difficult to do that than it is to unzi...

Driving Visio 2000 from Visual Basic     
Total Hits: 177  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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In the September 2000 issue of MSDN® Magazine I wrote about using Microsoft® Visio® to design Web applications. Judging by the mail I received, it generated lots of interest, so this month I want to revisit Visio from another perspective. Many applications require the ability to display things graphically. For instance, if you are in the business of hosting events, you may require seating charts from time to time. You can generate the charts by simply printing the information on the charts in li...



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