Visual Basic 6 and MAPI / CDO 1.21 question
Can anyone explain what they are talking about in this paragraph?
Note: When you access an element of the Categories array, whether to
read it or write it, you must
include an extra set of parentheses to satisfy the Visual Basic
compiler's allowance for a property parameter:
from this MSDN page
What do they mean by "Visual Basic compiler's allowance for a property
Thanks in advance,
email@example.com...Questions, questions & more questions
As I've got rather a lot of questions to post I thought I'd better
merge a few into one post. Appreciate these have probably been asked
stacks of times but research on the net has not turned up the answers.
What's the quickest solution for transferring files from a PC to an
Falcon/TT? I'm going to look into networking my Atari kit but that's
a little way off at the moment.
Is the Backwards ST emulator program still available? Would love to
play some of my old favourites such as Megalomania. I know that I
could use a PC emulator but somehow that...Questions, Questions...
I took the routine from Gastronor.mdb:
In the frmOrderDetails -> ITemID_AfterUpdate:
Dim strFilter as String
strFilter = "ItemID = " & Me!ItemID
but it didn't work on win 2000 with access 2000. However, after
playing around for a while,
I found: Me!UnitPrice = ItemID.Column(2) to work just fine, even after
updating prices in
the tblItems. Anybody knows why?
The routine in win 98/win nt in the footer of frmOrderDetails:
didn't either work. After testing and trying I finally discovered that
=Sum(Price*Amount*Discount)...Questions that question????
I am thinking abt how much information can be provided to a quetion
posted related to design with emerging hitech FPGA's.I started using
this usenet just a few weeks ago,and I find it very interesting to
notice people with great experience working in industries or with FPGA
manufacuturers replying to the best they could.So I started thinking,
how much of an information related to the desing should be given for a
The less information i give, i likely to get no repliess, and the more
i give , i might loose my valuable design , what would be a tradeoff
So, how ...Questions over questions
I have a problem with my ISP! He kills my php script, if they were executed
over 30 seconds.
Can I use some trick to fake a little bit? That I can execute the script
Sven Dzepina wrote:
> Hello people,
> I have a problem with my ISP! He kills my php script, if they were executed
> over 30 seconds.
> Can I use some trick to fake a little bit? That I can execute the script
If your ISP doesn't run your script in safe mode, which it most likely
does, then you can set_time_limit(0); for unli...Question about a question
Steve, do you take a.a.bugs?
I need a smidgin of advice about a particular Win PC question, it needs
putting to a Sys/IT maintenance/admin type person rather than any old
idiot like me.
If you don't sub to ..bugs can I please email you privately, as I did
around Christmas time (same old computer)?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Dave Symes
> Steve Pampling:
> Steve, do you take a.a.bugs?
I vaguely recall it being on a list some time ago (years) but I shortened
things to the core csa and ...Questions, Questions, Questions -- Well, really only two
This newsgroup seemed distribution non-specific so here goes:
1. Many companies who want to use linux, want it for email and web
service. These systems don't need xwindows, and, in fact, as I
understand it, not installing it not only saves resources but reduces
security risk. Is there anywhere freely available a how-to install
various current distributions of linux using text only, and installing
mail, web and domain name service that is fairly easy for the
uninformed to follow? Especially helpful would be a debian install.
2. Does anyone know of an encyclopedia, preferrably text-b...Question and bonus question
Given an integer between 0 and 5000 (characters 0-9; no leading zero)
can anyone suggest a non-iterative, non-recursive way of summing the
individual digits? I'm just looking for a clever way to do what is easy
with the obvious loop:
Sum = 0
Do I = 1 to length(n)
Sum = sum + substr(n,I,1)
Bonus Question: Can anyone suggest a mechanism to allow reading the TOC
(Table of Content) of an Audio CD?
The connection? The TOC contains frame numbers where each track starts.
Do an integer divide by 75 and you get the time offset in seconds. Sum
the digits of each of the start times...questions on audit question
I want to audit any insert, update transaction on a particular table.
So I set audit_trail=DB then "audit insert, update on db1.tablename;"
>From the SYS.AUD$ table, the result only shows ONE audit record for
each session. For example, if UserA do 2 INSERTS and 3 UPDATES on the
table during the session, I only got ONE record in SYS.AUD$:
SQL> select userid, ses$actions from user_audit_object;
But I want to see the exact number of times the tables are being insert
and update. How to accomplish that?