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    Re: Format Textbox?

    Oright, I will clarify my goal and give my code :

    I am trying to check if the excel file exists. If it does, try to find the last nonnull cell and "append" to the file with new data. If it doesnt,...
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    Re: Format Textbox?

    Thanks everybody, I ended up using a listbox. Im not sure if I should start a new thread, but I have another question.. What is the easiest way to do the following:


    1- Open an Excel sheet
    2-...
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    Format Textbox?

    Hello everybody, I am trying to make a textbox look "nicely formatted". I ask the user for their name, and their Date of birth (separated by "tab"). I am separating the inputs by a newline. What's...
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    Re: c++ physics

    Hey to every1 here who thought that this program wasnt going to work, i got it to work and it was used in a competition, Thanks for all your help everyone. (not that i got any but yea) . Later, long...
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    Re: c++ physics

    k i did, now wat?
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    Re: c++ physics

    lol k great to know... any help?
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    Re: c++ physics

    any ideas?
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    Re: c++ physics

    what are code tags? and i dont think theres a problem with declaring them like that is there?
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    c++ physics

    hey im new here, so easy lol. um im writing a c++ projectile motion code. What i got doesnt really work, like the values are wrong, and i dont know why. Any help? And this only has 1 function so far,...
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