import os import sys import ctypes from ctypes import wintypes import win32con import time import datetime import winsound byref = ctypes. byref user32 = ctypes. windll . user32 def handle_win_f3 ( ) : os . startfile ( os . environ [ 'TEMP' ] ) project-2501.net project-2501.net
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Index of Libraries Index of Libraries The CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Checksum) algorithm is a highly optimised and powerful way of checking whether a large number of bytes have been modified or not. The algorithm scans through all the bytes and generates a 32 bit number to represent the contents - small changes in the file contents result in large changes in the check sum, and there is a very low chance that two different streams of bytes will have the same CRC. This article provides a high performance class for generating a WinZip compatible CRC32 checksum in VB.
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Karl E. Peterson's Classic VB Code Karl E. Peterson's Classic VB Code Below you'll find a quick description of a variety of full-blown demonstration projects that are available here for download. Most contain "drop-in ready" code and class modules. Clicking on any given link will take you to a page that describes the project in more detail. You may display the projects either alphabetically, or in descending order of last update if you just want to see what's changed recently.
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UI Standards - Command Buttons UI Standards - Command Buttons Is this the right control?Design conceptsUsage patternsGuidelines General Split buttons Default valuesRecommended sizing and spacingLabelsDocumentation With a command button, users initiate an immediate action. A typical command button.
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Summary: For customers working with 2GB or more of data, Microsoft Office 2010 is now available in a 64-bit version. This article discusses issues around the compatibility of the 32-bit version with the new 64-bit version and legacy 32-bit Office applications and their solutions. (7 Printed Pages) Applies to: Microsoft Office 2010 Published: March 2010 Provided by: Frank Rice, Microsoft Corporation Compatibility Between the 32-bit and 64-bit Versions of Office 2010 Compatibility Between the 32-bit and 64-bit Versions of Office 2010
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Creating a Data Consumer Creating a Data Consumer In this section, we’ll walk step-by-step through the process of creating a data-aware class that acts as a data consumer. The previous section, "Creating a Data Source," demonstrates how to create a data source to which a data consumer can be bound. This example shows how to create a data consumer class and bind it to the data source created in the previous section.
Visual Basic 6 (VB6) Data Types, Modules and Operators Visual Basic uses building blocks such as Variables, Data Types, Procedures, Functions and Control Structures in its programming environment. This section concentrates on the programming fundamentals of Visual Basic with the blocks specified. Modules Code in Visual Basic is stored in the form of modules. The three kind of modules are Form Modules, Standard Modules and Class Modules. Visual Basic 6 (VB6) Data Types, Modules and Operators
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Translucent/Transparent Windows in VB (1) Definitions Transparent: Fully see-through 100% Translucent: Partly transparent Introduction In this two-part article, I discuss how to get translucent/transparent windows. I'm writing two parts because I don't want to confuse anyone. Creating Translucent/Transparent Windows in VB (1) - CodeGuru Creating Translucent/Transparent Windows in VB (1) - CodeGuru
VB6 - Making a form transparent A program in VB6 or Visual Basic 6 can be used to make a form transparent in VB6. Some knowledge of programming concepts and languages like Visual Basic is required, to write programs in VB6. Basic knowledge of subroutines, if-else loops and Visual Basic functions are necessary to write programs in VB6. A program to make a form transparent in VB6 can be written by using VB6 functions like the SetLayeredWindowAttributes function and bit operations, in a user-defined subroutine. This user-defined subroutine will be called a form event, depending when the form loads. Getting started