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|Kill Process||Version: VB6|
|Author: Matt Kruluts||Submitted: 7/3/2009||Views: 10442|
|I searched around the internet looking for a way to terminate a process running on the local machine. Finally, I thought of my own way of doing it (more than likely thought of by others). This is easy and perfect if you know the name of the process you wa ...more>>|
|Send Key to another control||Version: VB 2005|
|Author: Henry Thet||Submitted: 6/30/2009||Views: 12135|
|Send the cursor to another control without coding every control.
|MINIMIZED APP TO SYSTEM TRAY||Version: VB6|
|Author: Dhrubajyoti Nath||Submitted: 6/27/2009||Views: 11656|
|This example will "minimize" your program to the system tray when you click on a button, and restore it when you click the system tray icon.
|Image to Byte Array||Version: VB 2005|
|Author: Visual C# Kicks||Submitted: 5/22/2009||Views: 35865|
|Convert an image to an array of raw bytes in memory.
|Simple Recursive folder name scan||Version: VB6|
|Author: Gareth||Submitted: 2/27/2009||Views: 11583|
|This is a really simple example of a recursive scan of folders and all sub folders that anybody should be able to understand. My eyes glazed over looking at most code examples of this so I wrote this to show how it can be really simply shown.
|Auto generation of password||Version: VB.NET 2003|
|Author: vijay prakash||Submitted: 1/21/2009||Views: 16569|
|It automatically generates passwords for the given user name based on the characters given in the name. It overcomes the disadvantages of random generation of password. It is independnt of the user name length.
|Get Windows or Office Product Key||Version: VB 2008|
|Author: Brandon Mulcahy||Submitted: 1/8/2009||Views: 32581|
|This function returns the Product Key for an installed Microsoft product (like Windows or Office), provided you supply the location of the DigitalProductID registry key for that software. The original, unknown author of the the code wrote it in VBS. This ...more>>|
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|Multiplying 2 Matrices in VB||Version: VB6|
|Author: gagandeep||Submitted: 12/16/2008||Views: 29758|
|First add a command control to a form, then use this code to multiply two matrices.
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