In Microsoft Access I use: Hours(time) minute(time) function to get current time hour and minute. I then use loop to add to the minutes until it ends in a 5 or 0 to round it up to the next 5 minutes. e.g. 13:43 rounded up to 13:45 I use IF statement to make sure the minute does not exceed 60 to start the hour. I want to use that time to add hours or minutes to easier e.g. add 15minutes, add 1 hour ect.
I am writing a program and have run into an issue. The program requires a conversion of time (e.g. hours,minutes,seconds) to a hexadecimal value of no more than 4 bytes (e.g. FFFF). I have no idea how this is done. Can anyone point me to a tutorial or give a quick explanation. Sample code would be great as well.
I have a problem in detecting the 30 minutes interval in time scheduling like for example i have a combobox(starting_time) and combobox2(endtime) and I select there 9:30-10:00 it has 30 minutes I want to show a message box that I should be 1 hour.
I am looking for formula that is accurate in converting Minutes to Decimal Minutes i.e 30 minutes is 50 Minutes in Decimals so 1.3 hours is 1.50 and not 1.5 i have used Minutes/60 but it is not accurate as some times i have to Multiply the result by 100 and some time 1000 to get correct results based on single digit Try 1/60, 10/60 99/60 or 100/60.What would be the most efficient and correct way to Convert the time into Minutes ?
how i can use progress bar and updated with progress time. i mean for example if i make some process by click button ( copy file or search or) process that take alot of time, i want to see the progress bar change depend in the process. i know how to use it with a timer, this i don't wanted, because i don't know the time require for process event.
I have an application that provides a countdown for 60 minutes and I'm currently using the win form timer and it updates some labels and a progressbar. Now I have to change this to be a countdown for 360 minutes. Will the win form timer be sufficient or should I implement a Timers.Timer instead?
In my program I have two listbox and a button, it has the function of "check" that the two listbox have the same "count" items, but it takes some time before the action ends, the program then crashes until it ends, how can I use a progressbar using the processing time of the action button?
I have a data bound DataGridView. The final column of this is for the last change date to see how new the data is. I also have a hidden label on my form that has the current system time and date. I am wondering how do I take the date that is on the label and insert it into the column for the last change date on the datagridview when ever a new row is added. This way it automates the process of putting the exact time that row was added.
I have a form that I will be using to copy directories of photos from memory cards to locations on a computer. I would like to add a progress bar to the application to show the progress of the copying in real time. This is the code that I use to copy the directory in the first place Dim SourceDir As String = SourceTextBox.Text Dim DestinationDir As String = DestinationTextbox.Text If System.IO.Directory.Exists(DestinationDir) Then My.Computer.FileSystem.CopyDirectory(SourceDir, DestinationDir,) Else My.Computer.FileSystem.CreateDirectory(Destination Dir) My.Computer.FileSystem.CopyDirectory(SourceDir, DestinationDir)
It is my previous problem in vb6, its hard to multithread using vb6 so I migrate my codes to vb.Net.How can I multithread this two loops so that this process is running at the same time.Because when I start my second Loop, my first loop stop in executing. It will start again when my 2nd loop finished.
I have 2 connected GSM Modem in usb port.That codes will send SMS in all contacts in my ListBox.
I have written a windows service that is meant to launch a notepad when a specific action happens. The problem i have is that even though the service launches notepad, the actual notepad it self is NOT visible. I know that it has been launced because i can see the process in the task manager. By the way the process is listed as a SYSTEM process rather than a process under my user name (i believe that is because my process is a "LocalSystem" one).
I thought I postet this yesterday but I can't find my thread so if this is a duplicate please point me at the original one. Background: I need to create a user account and Modify it's registry before the user logs on the first time. Creating the account is done by using the Winnt provider (works great). To create the profile I'm trying to use Process.start to launch a process as the newly created user. With the use of loaduserprofile property the users profile gets created and i can do my regwrites without problem.
I have an ASP.NET application with a SQL Server back end. I am storing all my dates in UTC format and doing the appropriate conversions to the local time zone of the browser viewing it. One of the pages asks for a start date and end date (no times).
I am taking the start date and setting the time to 00:00:00 hours (midnight) and I'm taking the End time and adding a time of 23:59:59, so that the date range covers the whole day. Now what I'm trying to do is do a SQL query to do a search for records in this date range. The problem is, the data in SQL is in UTC time and the user is typing their dates and times in their local date and times. My quickest solution was to convert the date and time to UTC, then search the records. However, by doing this, I am to believe ASP.NET converts the given time and date to UTC based on the server time zone. How can I convert a date and time to UTC time based on the time zone of the user?
I want my vb.net dll to get the data sent from c++ project(exe).Can any body help on in what form this void pointer can be sent via pipe. The void pointer corresponds to enums or structures. I have to get this structures/enums on the vb.net dll end. I have mentioned about using pipe. My question is as what type the pointed to data can be send over the pipe so that I can easily handle the received data at the vb.net dll end.
I would like to calculate the difference between hours and minutes from one textbox and the hours and minutes from textbox two. What would be the best way to do this? I think DateTime would be the object to use, but wondered if anyone has any examples or better ways?
I am writting a timer with info and code gathered here. If you just set the Minute list box to 1 you will see what I mean. Also, you need to select each Listbox which turns them blue. I would like to do that with code too. Here is the code that is problematic.
'Timer1 from toolbox needed
'I have 4 textboxes Hours, Minutes,Seconds,Milliseconds.
'When textboxes values are set the count down begins.
'You need 4 labels, label1 is alone, the other 3 are above textbox and listbox the hours minutes second
'You need 4 textboxes. The 4 textbox is hidden or out of the way.
'You need 3 Listboxes.
'Lay out the label1 at top of form. Below that are hr, min, sec. labels.Below that the three textboxes and below that
'are three listboxes.
'Textboxes only show the original time
Public Class Form1 Dim cntDwnVal As New TimeSpan Dim stpw As New Stopwatch