Add A Zoom Function And A Pan Function To A Picturebox?
May 1, 2010
I want to Use Picturebox_MouseCaptureChange Event Arg to zoom in on a peice of a PictureBox.Image. The Help Search says there is a zoom and a pan function on Systems.Windows.Controls But I cannot find it in the add reference component of the Visual Basic 2008 edition...I have one program that I did that allowed me to zoom using a TrackBar here it is...
The problem is that I cannot get the trackbar to zoom any closer that the top left side of the controler....I need to zoom and then pan around the image.
I have an image with a button for zoom on it. I want to zoom-in and zoom-out the image with mouse scrolling up and down, right and left. Can anyone help me with some example to understand how this can be done?
I program for wm 2003 -pocket pc. in vbnet 2005. I have a picturebox which I load images into it with buttons click. I have another 2 buttons called zoom in and zoom out, what should I do with this buttons that it will function as zoom in and zoom out.
In VB6 I used some pattern of programming..I passed the picturebox as parameter to some procedure in some class and inside this procedure paint all needed graphics using this class methods.Now I want upgrade my application to vb.netBut all samples for line drawing show me how to draw inside paint event.[code]
I want to make an numerical integration method with takes in an analytic function and integrate it over a specific interval. For the numerical integration procedure I want to use some procedures in nr.com. The problem is that these are programmed in C++ and they uses functors to pass a function to the integration method. How can I do this in VB 2010?
I want to initialize the function (i.e. set a=1,b=0 for function y(x)=a*x+b) and then pass the function to the integration method. Then when the integration method call the function it only calls the function with one parameter (i.e. x since a,b is already set)
What is the best way to do this in VB2010?I want to make a general integration method where I can pass any single valued function and integration limits.
I have just started using VB, and from what I have found so far it seems like the tools you have is
- to us a delegate for the function - to use a lambda expression for the function - send a pointer/adressOf - to create a function class/structure and submit this to the function
As for now I am most inclined to create a function-class. But I am not really sure how.F.ex. I make different classes for each "uniqe function" I want to integrate, but how can I pass them to the integration function when I need to specify the argument type in the integration-function-call?This seems like a basic problem which applies to many Math operations, so I think it would be very useful to clarify this.
I'm trying to undersatnd the syntax of calling a funciton and it seem confusing when I'm using a web service in ASP.net. Maybe this question should be in an ASP forum, but it is a VB question. This simple web service allows you to type in your name and it response with an alert box with you name.
My question is, How can you call a function with 2 arguments when the function is only defined for one. I understand that the second argument is actually a method that handling the respons, but how can you interchange function arguments for methods and how do you know that there are methods for
I have a picturebox on a form. The image in the picturebox is actually a report. I want it so if the user clicks on it it will zoom larger --- while the picturebox remains the same size. Of course, the entire image will no longer be seen. So I also want to be able to drap this image around with the cursor. The examples I've found for picturebox zooming cause the picturebox itself to get bigger and smaller. I need it to be like an Access report. Click on the report and it gets bigger. Click again and it goes back to the full image. Does anyone know of an example or tutorial in VB.Net for this type of zoom-with-fixed-size picturebox function?
i have map of a State, i need to let the user to Zoom in amd Zoom out and show some buttons on the Picture if we zoomin or zoomout the buttons also will be moved according to the location like google map how to achive this?
i wanted to ask how to make picturebox1 ,to which functions are already assigned, perform the same function as picturebox2 ,to which no functions are assigned.For example:I have already made picturebox1 and have assigned it alot of function like when play button is pressed then picturebox1.visible = true and when we press pause button picturebox1.visible = false. So now i decided to make a theme and have to remove the picturebox1 and want to allow the picturebox2 to havefunction of picturebox1.But when i disable the theme the function of picturebox1 should go back to picturebox1.
I was just wondering if it was possible to create a code so that when you drag the favicon on another textbox that textbox's text could be the URL of your navigation textbox (aka the url you are on right now) Like a kind of bookmarks toolbar like firefox.
What I have done is named a bunch of picture boxes "Q," "W," "E," etc. (the whole alphabet) and named picture that correspond to these picture boxes ("Q.png," "W.png," and so on) and added them to my resources.
For example, the following code would give the picture box named "Q" it's corresponding image "Q.png":
vb Q.BackgroundImage = My.Resources.Q
Of course, it's kind of a pain in the backside to copy and paste this code and change all the Q's to W's and so on, so I was hoping to create a function to do the job for me:
vb Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load 'So that I can run the letter as a string through the function,
Hopefully I've provided enough detail so that it is obvious what I'm trying to do.
Obviously, the code I tried above (the second block) doesn't work - it gives a syntax error. I need to change/write to make this function functional.
I need to execute a stored function in oracle or sql through vb.net. I created a command object. Depending on the database type(oracle or SQL) i am preparing the Command text as Select functionName(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?) from dual; (For Oracle) Adding the parameter values of the function. Now performing the ExecuteScalar which is not working saying invalid parameter. This works with ODBC connection string. But ODBC doesn't with 64bit. My Requirement: Code should execute a user defined stored procedure by taking the values at runtime.
I'm currently working with a client's VB.Net code, which was developed for them by a small development shop a few years ago and which they purchased and have been maintaining and uprgrading since. This client's primary developer is out on indefinite (likely permanent) medical leave and I'm now filling in until they bring in a full timer (as I'm a contractor here). My current task is to add some functionality to a the VB.Net code they purchased. I'm finding practices and techniques in the code that absolutely baffle me and can't make the code do what I want. I'm starting to wonder if it's me and was hoping to get some thoughts on the code I've encountered.
For example: Setting a variable to accept the result of a function by calling the function with many parameters, clearing the parameters in the function, setting them to some value, calling another function with those new values, then never using the values returned by the functions. I'll add a code snippet in the first comment since this is already getting long.
I finished making a top view shooter game that shows the whole map from above. The map is kind of big so the characters that move around are kind of small. Is there anyway to zoom in on the main character (a picture box), but still keep all the original properties of the form?
How can I call a function from inside another function and suspend the calling function until the called function is finished? I hope I can get some replies because I don't know how to ask the question and make sense:).
Anyway what I am trying to do in steps:
1. The user clicks button1 which triggers the click event. 2. From the click event I call a function 3. I then pop-up a form, that has instructions for the user to read. 4. After the user has read the form he will click the "Done" button and return to the calling function.
The problem is the the calling function continues to execute. I want to stop execution of the calling function until the users clicks the "Done" button on the instruction pop=up. I know I can use a msgbox but the instructions can be lengthly and does not look good in a msgbox.
I have tried the Call method with return in the "Done" button click but I can make that work. I also tried a goto statement but I can get that to work either. In the call statement I said call frmInstruction.show() and it got there but as I said the calling function continued to execute.
ive two custom controls, which are used to draw and edit etc...(like paint but customized....) i want to save their images with a single click....So im using the Getimageofcontrol function to do it....its code is below:::
Public Function GetImageOfControl(ByVal c As Control) As Image Dim rc As New Rectangle(c.PointToScreen(c.Location), c.Size) Dim i As Image = New Bitmap(rc.Width, rc.Height)[code].....
and the code to call this function for saving the images is simply.. ...
I have a function where I am performing a lot number of database operations inside a Sub. The operation when called directly like:ExecProcess()
takes about 11 seconds to run.However, if I create a Delegate, and call the sub using BeginInvoke(), the very same process takes over 40 seconds to execute.Here's the threaded code:
Protected del As ProcessDelegate Protected Delegate Sub ProcessDelegate() del = New ProcessDelegate(AddressOf SELocal.ExecJob) Dim cb As New AsyncCallback(AddressOf Me.ExecJobComplete) del.BeginInvoke(cb, del)
Anyone know what may cause a function to take longer inside a new thread, rather than calling directly?
So I've got a picture box and I want to load up all kinds of pictures programmatically , with unknown dimensions. So I pick sizemode Zoom to ensure that the image isn't distorted and I can see all the image. However if the image width is greater than height it vertically centres the image in the PictureBox control's bounds, leaving a gap at the top and bottom.
What I'd like is for the picture to be alighned to the top of the control in this scenario. So the picture will be immediately below a control above it.
Is there any way of acheiving this? Perhaps by over-riding paint event ?
Oh PS: The Picture box is docked to 'fill', otherwise I'd just change it's dimensions in code to have the same aspect ratio as the image.
To have a function that takes the average (which is calculated by a different function) say for example the average is 6, now the function is to take the number 6 and get the variance from six to another number lets say its 12 so this will return a calculation of 50% variance. now here comes the issue, i have it calculating the variance how ever lets say that there is a score that is 0, how can i make it calculate the variance without taking count for that 0? i guess you can say i need it to "skip" if its a 0.
Some programs implement command parameters, Like my favourite computer game - Crysis - has them and windows media player has them.But how could i implement them in VB.NET..I want to have a component of my program built as a seperate exe - so it can be an Optional component.But of course the seperate exe, on load, needs data passing to it.So i need something like Process.start("Componentname.exe", "/StartDL <Suchandsuchastring>)/StartDL will need to call a function, and the string that it uses will be given to the function to initiate a download?
If a subroutine is called within a function, does the function always wait until that subroutine is completely finished before it will proceed with the rest of the function? If so, is there any way to make it not wait and continue on with the rest of function and not care what happens in the subroutine?
In order to do that, I will need to supress what is happening in the AddAttributesToRender method because the name of the function is hard-coded there. Here is what comes up in Reflector for the AddAttributesToRender function in RegularExpressionValidator:
Note: I tried to add the expando property before the parent class does to see if the code would check for its existence and skip it, but that just causes an exception.
I want to make a GetAllContacts method which takes a sort parameter of type Func(Of Contact, TKey) which is the same type that the OrderBy method for an IEnumerable(Of Contact) takes.[code]"Too many arguments to extension method 'Public Function ElementAtOrDefault(index As Integer) As Contact' defined in 'System.Linq.Enumerable'." on the second parameter.
What will happen when 3 function calls same function at a time? I have 3 Function, f1,f2,f3.. Those function after completing their task will call finish() function. What will happen if Finish is Called morethan once..
I am having a problem with the BackOrdered Function of my program. I can`t get it to say anything but 0 when I run the program. Another problem I am having is the input box pops up like 6 times and it`s only suppose to once. [Code]
My report is an image in a picturebox. I want it so if the user clicks on it it will zoom larger --- while the picturebox remains the same size. That's important. The examples I've found for picturebox zooming cause the picturebox to get bigger and smaller. I need it to be like an Access report. Click on the report and it gets bigger. Click again and it goes back to the full image. Of cours when you're zoomed in, the perimeter of the report is not visible. So I'd like to be able to drag the image as well so the unseen portions can be seen.
I arrive from years with Oracle plsql. Now I'm trying vb.net I created a function that return a char value, so written:
The question: I will create a function get_type(...) in vb.net that calls the tsql function written above... how can I call the tsql function [abc].[GET_PERSON_TYPE] in vb.net function get_type(...) function?
Just so it's known, this question is mostly academic, even though I tried to use the concept in a real-world solution. I realize the example is contrived, but I believe the concept is valid.I want to write some fluent code like this:
I realize that I can't force an anonymous type into a specific type (like implementing an interface or some other class), and I don't want the overhead of defining a specific class just to match my desired fluent name with the actual method name. So I was able to make the code work like this:
copy(my_first_file).to.Invoke(my_second_file)So there is no IntelliSense or type awareness there, and I have to include the Invoke in order to have the method run. How can I get more type safety and exclude the Invoke method, under these constraints: Anonymous Type returned from Method No additional classes or interfaces Preferably, I do not want to pass in another parameter to the copy() method that tells what type to return, unless copy becomes a generic method (but I think that means defining another class/interface, which I don't want to do)
I've got a basic logon form where if you enter the right password/username, it redirects you to the "MainMenu" Form How can I make a function called "checkLogon" that checks the username/password text to a variable in that function?
Can someone explain to me what the difference is between a recursive function and a factorial function. I know that a factorial function returns the product of all the numbers from 1 to itself. But how does that differ from what a recursive function does