I'm using VB.Net and I am creating a mobile application. I have a checkbox that the text needs to be on more than one line. I've tried everything including setting the text property on the load screen function and using the vbCrLf and I just see the Line feed square but not multiple lines. I've also tried resizing the box and that didn't work either. how to make the text span multiple lines?
I am trying to create a string message for an email that I am sending out from my asp.net page like so:
For Each dr In dtDataTable.Rows strMessage = strMessage & vbCrLf & vbCrLf & Environment.NewLine & dr.Item("UserName") & Environment.NewLine Next
so I am looping through a datatable and getting each name from each row, that is working well but when I get the email it appears in my inbox with all the names mashed together, you see I am trying both vbcrlf and newline but looks like neither is working
[code]The code within the Private Sub replace the spaces within txtCallnumber.Text with carriage return line feed and does what I need it to, but when I place the code into the Private Sub that is above it places the carriage return line feed into the cells in the datagridview: column(CALL NUMBER). The txtCallnumber.Text is bound to the DataGridView column(CALLNUMBER). I do not want the DataGridView column(CALLNUMBER) to have the carriage return line feed
I am outputting some stuff into a textbox but when ever i do a new line I get three little square boxes. I have tried vbnewline, controlchars. newline, controlchars.crlf, vbcrlf, chr(13) + chr(10), and environment.newline.If I copy the the text from the textbox into wordpad I dont get that problem.
I've seen this type of line in many post on here..I been rolling this over in my head and i think that this line or something close to it is a bad idea. For index As Integer = ListView1.Items.Count -1 the above line assumes that on the last line the person has hit the enter button which is VBCrLf(carriage return and Line Feed) in which case the above line would be ok..however if the last line does not contain a CrLf then you in effect are skipping the last line.
i have found some info on this but nothing i can use... im using vb.net to automate excel before i print the excel worksheet i need to change the printers setting to use the manual feed tray instead of the auto feed
I am trying to figure something out. I have an application in which I am adding the ability to consume a feed. I have no problem with the feed itself, but my problem is how can I mark certain items as 'read'? The only thing I can thing of is to read the feed into a database. In this database, I add a column for 'read' which I update when the user has read the article. Then each time I retrieve the feed, I compare the feed to the database and only load new items into the database.
I've been looking through the FCL for a method that will allow me to erase a line of text from a text file and replace it with another line of text. Neither the StreamReader nor StreamWriter have a method for replacing or removing Text from a text file, as does the string object. Are there any available methods for erasing just certain lines of text from a file, and then replacing them with others?
In my code, I'd like to locate a certain line in the text file, and then at that point in the text file, use a For...Next Loop to replace each successive line of the text file with new text:
Dim user_data_file As String = "user_data.txt" edit_input = New StreamReader(user_data_file) Dim edit_line As String = edit_input.ReadLine
However, I can't find any methods that will allow me to do this.
Basically what I'm trying to do is read a text file line by line. After each line is read, it will put each line into a separate text box. I've been trying to do this for a while and so far I haven't been able to. I tried using a for loop, but that just put all my lines in to one textbox.
a user copies multiple lines of text (say, from an email) into the clipboard. Based on my observations, when one tries to paste the text into a single-line textbox, only the first line is actually pasted in. (I am aware that the "obvious" solution would be to set the Multiline property to True, but there are reasons I am looking to avoid this and to put multi-line data into a single line.)
In the TextChanged event handler, I wrote code that parses the clipboard data to successfully convert it to a single-line, comma-delimited format.
Private Sub txtMassTrackingNo_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) _ Handles txtMassTrackingNo.TextChanged
I have a couple of VB6 programs which work 100%, however not under W7, so I need to upgrade them to Visual studio 2008 pro which I own a copy of.The VB6 software used to open a file, read in a line of data and process it then save it in a new file, before going on to the next line input.I need to convert this process to VS2008 pro and can't get my head around it..... getting old you see.I also have a few other needs to do with file handling, but I may be able to sort them myself if I get a start with the above problem....
I have to create a new program that reads to Text files. These text files are in the form of a report (with column headings). The purpose is to compare each record line by line to see if their have been any changes made. The record is based on an Account#. Over time these files will be considerably large. What is the best way to do compare records from each file. I'm thinking loading each file into an array and processing them that way.
I have a list of random numbers in my text file.I read it like this.
Dim FILE_NAME As String = "C: est.txt" Dim TextLine As String If System.IO.File.Exists(FILE_NAME) = True Then
How can I separate that in to 2 listbox?In my ListBox1 I want add lines with starting number like this ( 0905, 0906, 0915, 0916, 0917, 0926, 0927 ) And in my ListBox2 is with numbers start with this ( 0909, 0910, 0912, 0918, 0919, 0920, 0921, 0928, 0929 )How can I compare lines by multiple choices like that?
Dim sFileName As String Dim srFileReader As System.IO.StreamReader Dim sInputLine As String sFileName = "D:UsersArbenDesktopSerieA.txt" srFileReader = System.IO.File.OpenText(sFileName)
under the code I pasted at the top, but I get the text on line1 in all labels, like all labels become 1, while the text should be 1, 2, 3 and so on. So anyone can help me do that, each label gets the value of the next line in the txt file
the following code was to be entered to read each line of the file "line by line" It did not work for me as instructed and I am trying to understand why?
Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click Dim FILE_NAME As String = "C:UsersOwnerDocuments est.txt" Dim objReader As New System.IO.StreamReader(FILE_NAME) Dim TextLine As String
I have an SQL database, and 50 text files, and Visual Basic 2010 Premimum,I need to find a specific line of text in the text files and then take the next 37 lines of text and save them in my database. I need advice as to point me in the right direction
I've been trying to compare two text files line by line but I was only able to compare the file lengths. I'm creating a dance mat game and I have a text file of the steps that should be taken to get a perfect score and a text file of the actual steps taken by the user. Each text file contains a time stamp and a binary value indicating which arrow was stepped on. I'm using streamreader and streamwriter to write and read the text files.
Code: Private Sub Score_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
I have a textbox in my application and it is set to multiline.I have the following information in the textbox..How can I can to read the second line of the multi line text box [code] So The messagebox should say "100 London Road"
i am doing program to read text file and fill the data to multi array , in my code i tried to read the first line of text file to array (here i used class) to save this data on it, because i will use it to read the another lines , files have the following format (all numbers are integers, all intra-line separators are spaces): First line: Number of events, number of rooms, number of features, number of students after the first line as u see we have 3 line have 10 which mean the One line for each room:Roomsize and after that the line which start from zeros and ones it format as:-
I'm still trying to write a text file using input value from textbox growth line by line...it mean everytime i keep in teh value in text box...it will write into textfile in new line... how to rename my text file by current date?...
I am trying to take a line from a text file and get the second half of the line "my.settings.useqs = true" is my example and i want to get true out of the line and then make a textbox contain the text aftter the = sign basicly.
I have got a RichTextBox1.Text , a timer and a TextBox1.Text. Now I need an idea for timer code. It should on every timer tick read the RichTextBox1 line by line and transfer that line into TextBox1.Text something like TextBox1.Text = RichTextbox... etc
Code: blablabla somerandom msg 123 456
now every timer tick the textbox1 should contain line 1 so " blablabla " than line 2 " " somerandom msg " line 3 " 123 456 " etc. untill there is some text. (the text is variable so is the amount of lines and length per line makes it hard to do with Mid function..
I'm reading a text file with StreamReader, line by line. If a condition is met, then I do an operation and then start reading the file again from the first line. I realize I could close and then re-open the file, but surely this would be very slow.
I could do this easily in VB6, but pulling my hair out trying to do this in vB.net. It seems that 'Seek' is the function to use, but it doesn't work.
I've seen other examples, where it works, but you must open it a different way -- with a file number.
Imports System.IO Dim I as Integer Dim LineText as String