Timezone Arithmetic With Classic ASP

As a casual reader of my blog, you may know I like to do an occasionally weird post that I stick in my "General Discussion" category just for kicks. I figure that programming doesn't always have to be a chore. It can be fun if you want it to, playing around with certain features. In this entry I play around with time zones and how you can find out a ...

Structs vs Classes in C#

Many times on the forum people have asked about the differences between structs and their big brother "classes". How do the two differ and where are they the same? How do I know when I need one or the other and why don't I just use classes all the time? We will attempt to explore the differences from a basic introductory standpoint so that the beginner can understand. We will ...

Dijkstra’s Algorithm for C++

Who doesn't like graph theory? Come on... it is the foundation of all living beings! Ok maybe not but it is still a bit interesting from a theoretical standpoint. Graph theory is the study of graphs and their relationships between points on that graph and their overall collection. It is often made up of vertexes (aka nodes) and the connections between them known as edges. Linked together they form a ...

Speaking Mouse to Hunt Down a Popup Menu

The mouse is one of the most abused input devices on today's computers. Second to maybe the keyboard, it is essential for gathering input from the user. We tell it what to do but what if we stopped a second and had our application listen to it? I mean, REALLY listen to it and not just that listening you do when your favorite show is on TV and your girl ...

DIC Power Inc. – Where We Wire Up Controls in .NET

Every morning at the crack of dawn Skyhawk133 gets up to the sounds of the rooster crowing and puts on a pot of coffee. He has just enough time to take a shower and grab a quick bite before he is off to the Dream.In.Code (DIC) Power company to start the day of powering the worlds programming ideologists. The work day starts as normal where the DIC electricians and programming ...

Lets Blow Bubbles in C++, the Bubble Sorting way!

Now dip the wand into the soap and take it back out, blow gently and voila! Your integer array is sorted! Wow, only if it was that easy huh? Well it can be with a simple straight forward demonstration of bubblesorting. In this entry I will attempt to quickly show you a simple bubblesort you can do at home and in your own projects. It may even help you pass ...