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|Control Date Input||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: Mark S||Submitted: 3/9/2007||Views: 19019|
|This Code is to control input for Date on the keypress.|
|Inventory and Accounts Control System||Version: VB 2005|
|Author: Ishtiaq Ahmed||Submitted: 8/7/2011||Downloads: 18950|
|Complete Database Application with Client / Server
Connectivity, multi interface.
Change Connection String as per your SQL Setting.
Restore Database file with the name of "Neruo_BS" from
Database Folder which include in .zip file.
|Using DataGridView in VB.net||Version: VB 2005|
|Author: Dinesh Shrimali||Submitted: 12/4/2007||Downloads: 18756|
|A Document containing how to use efficiently DataGrid, to add in DataGrid, Modify and Remove from the Grid and View of Data with ComboBox in VisualBasic.net.
A very good tool for the developer who want to make use of DataGrid frequently.
|Open Form||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: Mike Renaud||Submitted: 3/8/2007||Views: 18240|
|Open a new form Without the "New" word.|
|How to use DataTables better||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: R.K.T. ASHOKA||Submitted: 7/16/2006||Downloads: 18138|
|This demo explains the usefull functions of DataTables that help you lot while developing applications. This demo explains how to use a DataTable in various ways..
- How to initialize a DataTable
- How to insert records into databases using a ...more>>|
|Simple Color Palette||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: Michel Renaud||Submitted: 10/25/2006||Views: 18125|
|Using controls that supports transparent colors runtime color palette.|
|Report Viewer||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: Mohammed Naimullah||Submitted: 6/1/2005||Downloads: 18013|
|I have tried to find out maximum solution of Crystal Report like Report by name, number, between number, by date, between date, name and company name, name and date etc.
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|Employee Payroll Calculation||Version: VB.NET 2002|
|Author: Josh Simmons||Submitted: 10/6/2006||Downloads: 17624|
|This application computes an employee's weekly pay based on a standard salary plus overtime pay.
Overtime pay is computed as 5% of weekly pay multiplied by the number of overtime hours worked.|
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