Asp.net - Big Negative Number - Positive Giving Positive Only?
Apr 15, 2011
I have temp2 value -52340.0 and hslColor.Luminosity is 240.0 When Dim temp1 As Double = (hslColor.Luminosity - temp2). It shoud give -ve number but I am getting always positive number. results should nbe -52100, but I am getting +52100. How to handle this?
The problem is simple: I have a form with textboxes, and in one of those textboxes, I want users to enter either a positive or negative 2-digit number. I'm looking for an easy way to enforce this restriction, i.e. without having to parse the number and check whether its absolute value is below 100.
I have written a program that generates and prints 10 random integers from -10 to 10, my problem is that I am returning both negative and positive numbers, aligned right with a pad of 2, but the negative is on the right hand side of my number instead of the left. here is my code, all work but I need to align the numbers and have the correct notation of negative.
I want to alter the .visible property of a label based on if a variable is positive or negative (Hiding it for negative values) But I want to do this for lots of labels so If Statements are too bulky.
I tried this:
Label1.visible = CBool(IntVariable1)
But it turns out CBool returns True for ANY value and False for Zero.I'd assumed it would be True for positive values and False for negatives.How can I do it without if statements?I considered Modulo or SquareRoots to somehow convert a negative number into zero, but didn't want to complicate things with imaginary numbers.
I'm creating an emulator for a device to simulate wave forms. My challenge is that when I try to convert the output of the following code, I can't convert the Math.Sin's double output into byte values that lend themselves to the byte array format required by an existing graphing control as listed at bottom below. I''m not sure how to handle this when the sin function creates negative values but the byte values will need to be positive and basically 'shifted up' so that anything over 127 is negative. (0 - 255) unsigned. BitConverter.GetBytes has been suggested but THIS is the result of that attempt.
I tried coding for an application that will display the positive integers, negative integers and zero entered in a inputBox. for some reason it keeps crashing down.here is my code. paging all visual basic professionals. [code]
I have this light sensor circuit that will return positive voltage or negative voltage. I want to plug it into the 9-pin D-Sub port on my computer. I already have a male connector. How do I connect the circuit to the D-Sub connector, and how do I read the value and convert it to a Boolean in a program? How do I set up the cables? It only returns one 1 or 0 value. Is it possible, even?
For the life of me, I cant seem to do this. In the textbox_textchanged method, I want Button to disable in textbox has anything else besides whole positive integers.If text box has positive integers, i want button1 to enable.
i did this much but something doesn't seem right...the question is A Visual Basic program that requests a positive integer as input, and carries out the following steps:If the number is even, divide it by 2.Otherwise, multiply the number by 3, and add 1 to the result. Repeat this process with the resulting number, and continue repeating until the number 1 is reached.After the number 1 is reached, displayed how many iterations were required to reach the number 1. (Hint: a number is even if number Mod 2 = 0.)
Private Sub btn_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btn.Click Dim num, multiply, divide As Double
I'm currently in VB class at my highschool and we just got chapter 6.1 to read on this online textbook that we follow. Anyway, we are doing loops now and the problem reads "Write a program to request positive numbers one at a time from the user in an input dialog box. The user should be instructed to enter -1 after all the positive numbers have been supplied. At that time, the program should display the sum of the numbers." So far I know this much
Now I know this isn't right But I can't find out how I'd pull out the numbers the user entered to get the sum of them and not include -1 because as it stands, when I hit ENTER with -1 the label just shows -1.
I am calling the function below from an Excel spreadsheet and the conversion from hex to decimal using the VAL function in the "manufacturer" variable below is coming back with a negative value. The VBA edition is 6.5.
Public Function decMEID(ByVal sKey As String) As String Dim manufacturer As String Dim serial As String
I'm having problem in my datagridview.I'm using vb 2008 and an access database. When I create a new record for my item the No column (primary key and autonumber in access) always shows a negative number.How can I make that a positive number and it should follow the numbering in the datagridview.
I asked a question earlier about comparing numbers using the "And" comparison operator in If Statements and now I have been toying around with getting my head wrapped around bitwise operators. So I have written a very basic code that will allow me to see the conversion of any decimal number in binary format.[code]Notice here that I am using SByte as the paramerter - which should only contain 8 bits right? However, the message box that appears has 16 bits assigned to negative numbers.
Private Declare Function GetKeyState Lib "user32" (ByVal keyCode As Integer) As Integer In Windows XP, I could simply use the API like this: If GetKeyState(Keys.Left) < 0 Then 'Move Left If the key was pressed, it was a certain number below 0, the number itself alternated each time you pressed the key but it was always below 0.
My problem is that in Windows 7, when you press the Left key, the number isn't the same, in fact the number isn't even negative anymore. This problem tricked me at first into thinking the API didn't even work as when I ran the .exe of course my code did nothing since GetKeyState never returned a number below 0. I tested the value itself though and found that it never goes negative, the number for the key just decreases a little.
The weird thing is, while the .exe from the Debug folder proved my point that the GetKeyState number was different and thus the program didn't work, running the .exe from the Release folder actually worked, the controls were fine and the API returned numbers less than 0 for GetKeyState. But the .exe from the release folder was built with my old XP computer, as soon as I made a new build with my windows 7 computer the API stopped working again.
Why did Windows 7 change the number returned for when the key is down, is there a way to change it back without having to include some large package with my program? Why did the build from my XP computer work at first? Also it was only the one from the release folder, not the debug one, even though they were both from the XP computer.
I tested some more on windows 7 and found that every time I run the program, the number returned by GetKeyState is completely different. When the key is down the number is 1,000,000 units higher than up, but other than that the number is random each program start.
I got a Mysql sql database for my project. The id field is set as auto increment, which seems to function correctly. But on the form in my text field and datagrid i see a negative number, while in the database its a postitive number. I do not really plan to use the id field right now, but when i do it might cause some problems.
Anybody know why it would show as a negative number on the form(textbox/gridview) and as a positive in the actual database?
In C# we can declare a decimal number as negative zero i.e usingDecimal x = -0.0M we can define a variable x which holds value i.e negative zero. +ve zero can be differentiated from -ve zero using Decimal.GetBits method and looking at its MSB
I have an SQL Query that looks like this [code]I get two results. The first is the correct one which is -0.0060 and the second @return_value which is 0.This is also the case when I call the stored procedure from my code, I get a 0 back instead of the -0.0060 that I want. This is how I am calling the stored procedure from my code:[code]