Is it actually treating the whitespace/commented-out line as an actual line? Generally, when I gripe about VB.NET, I preface it with, "Now, I wouldn't want to be the guy writing their grammar, but..." This seems like one of those cases where I don't know the answer, if I'm right.
Is there a way to disable the new VB 2010 implicit line continuations feature in Visual Studio 2010. We are using an TFS 2008 built service which doesn't support the new feature (sources in VS 2010 without errors getting built errors in TFS 2008 built service / we cannot update to TFS 2010 built service).
I'm looking for a way to open a project in vb2008 via command-line.I'm able to run the compiler and ask for command-line help with a "/?" parm.The text below is a copy of the resulting vb2008 message.Unfortunately, I've been unable to implement the feature.Every way that I've tried to send a "solutionfile or projectfile" starts the compiler ok, but displays a message that it can't find the file. I've tried giving a full pathname and just a filename.The code is next, and the compiler cmd-line help follows the code.
Private Sub RunVB2008() Static App As System.Diagnostics.Proces Dim startInfo As New ProcessStartInfo(vb2008Path)[code].....
I'm using VS 2005, after VB6 to VB.NET conversion we have fixed all the errors but still have unidentified number of warnings. Is there any way to increase this limit of 101 warning you can see after compiling? I want to actually see the total number of warnings to get an idea how much work is there.
Im trying to complete code for a program I am running regarding the Collatz Conjecture. Im using Visual Basics 2010.This is the code I have thus far :
Dim a, count As Integer a = TextBox1.Text count = 0 ListBox1.Items.Clear()
This code allows me to type in a number and see the length of the hailstone sequence and the hailstone sequence itself. What im not quite sure on how to do is this following: I would like to add the maximum sequence number reached in my program, but I am unsure on what to do.
My issue is that some websites only allow say 15 characters maximum to be used to create a user name where other sites do not. Currently I have one text box on the screen and a button, and a web browser that navigates to two sites.Site #1 has a cap of 15 characters max to create a user nameSite #2 doesn't have any maximum amount of characters to use.I am wanting to know how I can enter lets say a 20 character username into the text box and have the code set a max of 15 characters for site one and nothing for site 2. I was thinking that this could be done when passing the information from the text box to the text box on the screen with something like
Textbox1.Text.value.length= maximum 15 Site #2: Textbox1.Text
What is the maximum number of executions in a while loop in VB.net that it will allow? Meaning, it is checking for a variable to equal some value, but that value never comes? How many times will it execute the code before it quits? Is there some way to set the maximum number of executions without terminating it programmatically?
This is more of a curiosity question on what the VB compiler is doing. Basically the following code generates an error, If "String" = CInt(1) Then End If As it should. What makes me curious is the error reported is Conversion from string "String" to type 'Double' is not valid. So, I guess my question is, why is the compiler attempting to convert to a Double when I would assume it should be converting to Integer?
I'm trying to figure out a good way of implementing a List(Of) that holds a maximum number of records.
I have a List(Of Int32) - it's being populated every 2 seconds with a new Int32 item.
I want to store only the most current 2000 items.How can I make the list hold a maximum of 2000 items, then when the 2001'th item is attempted to be added, the List drops the 2000'th item (resulting in the current total being 1999).
Thing is, I need to make sure I'm dropping only the oldest item and adding a new item into the List.
one of our programmers is having an issue with a asp.net app. i had him rebuild and recompile the app to the network share on the staging server and received the same. i even deleted the files in this folder(C:WINDOWSMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv2.0.50727Temporary ASP.NET Files). to make sure that the server was not the issue i installed it on another server and received the same error.i found a article on msdn that states that its a source code issue.
Compiler Error Message: BC30041: Maximum number of errors has been exceeded. Source Error: [No relevant source lines] Source File: vbc : Line: 0
i am trying to put a maximum row number of lines in a multiline textbox. What i want is to achieve something like a console, with a maximum number of rows, with the top rows to dissappear and to keep always the last i.e. 500 rows. a note: for the textbox text i use the following algorithm
dim text textbox.text = textbox.text & vbcrlf & text
the problem is that after a certain number of rows the program starts to get a little slow. So i guess if i put a limit to the rows i will fix this.
I developed a client-server application using soket technology. At this moment the number of clients that connect at the same time is 40. Question: What is the maximum number of clients that can connect simultaneousl
I have this app to copy files with a progressbar... What I'm trying to do is to set the progressbar1.maximum to the number of files in the folder. But I'm getting a cross-thread error. This is the error I'm getting: Cross-thread operation not valid: Control 'ProgressBar1' accessed from another thread than the thread it was created on. This is where I'm trying to set the ProgressBar1.Maximum: [code]
how can i code a simple program to generate the maximum number i enter/type within 3 or more numbers using math.max. for example, if i enter 25, 60, 45 how can i use math.max to calculate the largest value out of the 3 numbers?
How do I limit the number of characters per each line of an RTB to 1 char per line? That is you type one character, after that the textbox should not accept further input on that specific line.-Knock knock -Who's there? -(looong pause..) Java
I am searching for a best practice for Incremental Line Number generation i.e in an Invoice application. I am using VS2005, Sql2005 as a development environment. I need to create autoincremental line numbers for an invoice. I dont want to solve it in Database.
I'm doing a notepad project, just because, and in Ms's notepad there is an option for a statusstrip. I'm just having probems getting the line number and I know it's not called column number, more like selection start. When I do the selection start, it works, just not how I want it to like so:
but when I use that, it acts funny. I have it in my textbox's.keydown event. So if I were to use the arrow keys to navigate around text then it gets thrown off very easily. How would I do this?
This error first appear to occur randomly. Steps to recreate:Open Visual Studio and load a solution (some files automatically opened) - this is when the problem occurs Close all open files Restart visual studio and load solution (no issues)Open Exactly the same files again, restart visual studio and load solution so files open automatically (problem occurs!)
However, when trying to narrow it down to a single file (that is automatically opened when the solution is loaded), I couldn't reproduce the problem. Now with all the files open again the problem doesn't occur!!! So it looks like it is fixed - though this happened before and eventually the issue came back.
I think it is to do with one of the user controls with DevExpress controls on it - when the error occurs, the designer displays the error. Though I can't reproduce it at the moment to confirm that.
If I look at the IL that is created in Linqpad for the two following code snippets, I wonder what happens here.
In c# int i = 42;
results in the following IL code
whereas in VB
Dim i As Integer = 42
IL_0000: ldc.i4.s 2A IL_0002: stloc.0
Apparently, the c# compiler understands the the value is never used and thus simply returns nothing. In VB.NET the actual code is translated.Is that due to differences in compiler optimization or is there anything else at work?
Update: Just to clarify this - I just enter this one line into LinqPad and look at the IL it creates (most definitely by running the respective compiler). There is no program.
I would like to print out my debug message with line number in VB.net application.I did like this,
Dim st As StackTrace Dim sf As StackFramee st = New StackTrace(New StackFrame(True))[code]........
I wanna put the snippet to a class, everytime I call logMsg method to log my message with line number in source code.But I found if I put the snippet above into a class, the line number was always same, that's the line which I new 'st'.The function is exact same with _LINE macro in C++. Actually I am C++ programmer.
I'm new to programming and I'm trying to create a hex editor. I got some source from internet which I want to modify to my needs. But this hex editor is opening the hex files in text box. I want to open it like a grid(Like Excel). Also I want to add the line number on the left side and I want to remove the right stuff info.
There can be multiple of the same order number. In the dataset, I want to have a column "line number" and I want to put in it the value of the linenumber (in this case 1 and 2) per order. In sql , I was able to accomplish this by inserting rownumber() and grouping by order number. Can this be done in .net?