Posts Tagged "VB.NET"

Intro to A Regular Expression, a CSV Story

Regular expressions... sounds like a complicated term doesn't it? You better believe that when I drop the term at an office dinner party, others either immediately tune out or start saying "Oh hey so and so, good to see you" and then walk off pretending to say hi. Little do they know that the idea behind regular expressions is pretty simple and can actually make their lives easier. But hey, ...

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 ...

Basic opening and reading files in VB.NET

File opening and reading into a form seems to be a bit of a tricky feat for the beginner VB.NET programmer. Along with all this is the open file dialog which could use some basic understanding as well. How does a beginner create it, configure it and show it to the user ? In this entry we will attempt to put a basic file opening and reading mechanism in place ...

Amortization Definitive (C++, C#, Java, etc)

Amortization... it is the process of accounting for, and usually decreasing, an amount of money over a period of time. You can amortize a mortgage or various types of loans, and you can amortize assets based on their value and what their value will be in so many periods of time. Many newbies on our boards have asked about this very project as part of the computer science courses and ...

Pig Latin Definitive (C++, C#, Java, VB.NET, PHP)

Igpay atinlay isway oolcay... or so they say in the world of pig latin. A childhood language that was supposed to be "secret" and only the select few would know. Little did we know back then that parents had been speaking that language ever since they were little and no way did we get anything past them. Maybe I shouldn't have called them some nasty words. No wonder they sent ...

Quicksort Definitive (C++, C#, Java, VB.NET, PHP)

One of the funnest things about being fluent in multiple languages is porting code from one language to another or in my case, porting a piece of code to 6 or 7 languages and allowing any newbie the opportunity to learn algorithms despite their language. It also makes it great to see the differences between languages and some challenges (as we will see with our Java example). On this entry ...