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  1. Thread: ListBox

    by Captain Nuss
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    Yeah, I forgot about the ItemData property.

    Yeah, I forgot about the ItemData property.
  2. Thread: ListBox

    by Captain Nuss
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    You could use a ListView. In a list view, every...

    You could use a ListView. In a list view, every item has a Tag property. You can save the item's index in the table into the Tag property. Never assume the index of the item in the table is the same...
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    Sure, but it makes the code much more readable....

    Sure, but it makes the code much more readable. 32 is just a number which doesn't really have a meaning. Look at it in a few months from now and you won't know where it comes from. The way it is done...
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    Context Menu Shell Extensions with VB6

    I'm writing a shell extension that will display a menu item in the context menu of folders. I'm using VB6. My extension implements the IShellExtInit and IContextMenu interfaces. I've registered the...
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    DirectShow Editing Services and VMR-9

    I'm currently designing a video editor which I intend to use to cut movies, apply effects and transitions, incorporate a soundtrack, generally everything that the DirectShow Editing Services (DES)...
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    Greetings, I was able to work around that...

    Greetings,

    I was able to work around that problem by showing the context menu manually, thus not setting the tree view's ContextMenu property.

    TreeNode node = treeView1.GetNodeAt(e.X, e.Y);
    if...
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    Greetings, take a look at the System.Array...

    Greetings,

    take a look at the System.Array class. The following code should work:


    string[] str1;
    string[] str2;

    // Fill str1 and str2 here...
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    Use javaw, just as dlorde said. Directly after...

    Use javaw, just as dlorde said. Directly after the javaw call, insert a "cls" statement. That will clear the DOS window, resulting in its being closed. I guess that's what you actually want. If not,...
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    Greetings. Take a look at the API...

    Greetings.

    Take a look at the API Specification and you'll find an answer.

    First, call the show() method of the dialog. That blocks your app until the user has chosen a file and dismissed the...
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    Well, I've tried JBuilder and Forte for Java....

    Well, I've tried JBuilder and Forte for Java. They're both quite nice, but I've switched to jEdit as my code editor and Ant as a build tool. In my opinion, you get better control over your projects...
  11. Thread: Books???

    by Captain Nuss
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    If you ask me, I'd recommend learning Java first....

    If you ask me, I'd recommend learning Java first. It's object oriented and has a rather "smooth learning curve". With Java, you can get familiar with programming concepts and then, if you like, move...
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    Don't forget a GUI Design Award. Today it seems...

    Don't forget a GUI Design Award. Today it seems to me that many companies don't even have UI designers. They deliver applications that are hard to use and get used to, and that's not how it should...
  13. Thread: Java2EXE

    by Captain Nuss
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    Take a look at this one...

    Take a look at this one perhaps.
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    tempNum is an int, a primitive type that doesn't...

    tempNum is an int, a primitive type that doesn't have any methods. Tha line is completely wrong. So something like

    instead.
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    Ah, thanks for your interesting reply! :) Now,...

    Ah, thanks for your interesting reply! :)

    Now, my friend said he'd almost always go for the easy method. Why do something the complicated way if you can do it the easy way? I said I'd always go...
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    Exactly! :D Why not program a subset of...

    Exactly! :D

    Why not program a subset of Access' features? Like, program an application which can read and show some database formats. In addition, let the user modify table structures and add new...
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    What about a Microsoft Access kind of...

    What about a Microsoft Access kind of application? Should get you a great rating if you succeed in programming something like this.
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    The interesting or the easy way?

    Well, I've had a few discussions with a friend of mine. He uses Visual Basic while I myself prefer Java.

    The subject of our discussion was the following: Suppose you have to solve a problem. You...
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    I see! Thank you very much for your time! :D

    I see!

    Thank you very much for your time! :D
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    I'm afraid I don't quite understand. Does that...

    I'm afraid I don't quite understand.

    Does that mean that I just can't use Frame and Form in my interface definitions? If so, how am I supposed to pass the needed objects to the plug-in / the...
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    I'm trying to realize a plug-in system in VB. ...

    I'm trying to realize a plug-in system in VB.

    The host application and the plug-ins shall have a way to communicate with one another, that's why I thought about defining interfaces with IDL and...
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    I'm trying to refer to Frame and Form. The VB...

    I'm trying to refer to Frame and Form. The VB Object Browser definitely says they're defined in VB6.OLB.
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    I see. I've never heard of Corba IDL, that's why...

    I see. I've never heard of Corba IDL, that's why I didn't mention that I was actually using MIDL. :)
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    The compiler still doesn't recognize the objects...

    The compiler still doesn't recognize the objects I'm referring to. It quits with the following error message:

    midl : error MIDL9008 : internal compiler problem 0xc0000005 - the compiler cannot...
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    I am actually using MIDL, didn't know there was...

    I am actually using MIDL, didn't know there was another compiler. I've certainly already tried searching the MSDN library I got with my VS edition, but it didn't turn up anything interesting.

    I've...
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