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Hi. In this tutorial, i will teach you how to create a program that has a docking pane interface in your form. This docking pane interface or tool is one of the functions that i have created mostly in my created projects and systems to beautify forms. Now, let's start this tutorial. 1. First, download first Codejock software in the web and then install it. 2. Go to the components menu and check...
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Introduction: This is the second of a two part tutorial on how to create a custom music playlist and player in Visual Basic. Note: Our Visual Basic player will simply use the Windows Media Player control and this series is going to be mainly focusing on the IO. If you're only interested in custom music players, it may save you time by skipping this series. This Tutorial: This part will be...
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Introduction: This is the first of a two part tutorial on how to create a custom music playlist and player in Visual Basic. Note: Our Visual Basic player will simply use the Windows Media Player control and this series is going to be mainly focusing on the IO. If you're only interested in custom music players, it may save you time by skipping this series. This Tutorial: This part will be covering...
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Introduction: This tutorial is on how to create a file comparison tool in Visual Basic. Pseudo: First the user selects file #1. Then file #2. Stats are accumulated for each file. Stats are drawn on to the form. Design: For the form, we are simply going to use two listboxes (listbox1 and listbox2) to hold the stats and 'button1' with the text of 'Begin' to start the comparison process. File...
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In this article, we will create a program that can sort values into ascending or descending order in numbers in visual basic 6.0. Now, let's start this tutorial! 1.Let's start this tutorial by following the following steps in Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0: Open Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 , click Choose Standard EXE , and click Open . 2. Next, add 2 Buttons named Command1 and labeled it as " Asc "...
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Introduction: This tutorial is on how to create a simple tool in Visual Basic to manage lists and listboxes. Importing Lists: First we are going to write a function that will take a file input from the user which will hold a list of information (one per line). We will then make the function verify the file is there, and is not nothing/empty/null, followed by writing each line to a listbox.....
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Introduction: This tutorial is on how to create a calculator in Visual Basic. Design: For this, we want the following; A textbox named 'textbox1' to show the current output. Four buttons for add, subtract, multiply and divide. Ten buttons for the ten digits. One button for the calculate process. Variables: Now we want to create some variable. First we create a curTotal integer which will hold the...
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Introduction: This tutorial is on how to create a multi-threaded application in Visual Basic. Design: There really is no design needed for this application, although if you wanted to, you can add a button. What Is a Thread? A thread is the part of your .NET program which runs everything else, your UI, your functions and your classes. Without a thread, your program would not be able to run. Why...
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In this tutorial, we will make a program that has an alarm clock function with sound message using vb.net. Now, let's start this tutorial! 1. Let's start with creating a Windows Form Application for this tutorial by following the following steps in Microsoft Visual Studio: Go to File , click New Project , and choose Windows Application . 2. Next, add two Timers named Timer2 for displaying the...
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This tutorial provides to make a program that can convert a file into any any file that is changing the extension filename of this file using vb.net. Now, let's start this tutorial! 1. Let's start with creating a Windows Form Application for this tutorial by following the following steps in Microsoft Visual Studio: Go to File , click New Project , and choose Windows Application . 2. Next, add two...

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