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Brian Prestwood
Prestwood IT
Sacramento, CA USA
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Real Name:  Brian Prestwood
Primary Role:  Coder
Title:  Senior Software Engineer
Company:  Prestwood IT Solutions
Website:  www.prestwood.com
Joined: Nov 2000 (17 years ago)
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Brian Prestwood
Silverlight = DLR + WPFe
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Coding Techniques « Coder Board
8 years ago

bprestwo
{Too Long!}
8 years ago
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RE: Silverlight = DLR + WPFe
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Coding Techniques « Coder Board
8 years ago
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Coding & OO

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TheJoe
How to parse a text file with VBA?
Are there any code examples available somewhere where I could see some guidelines how to parse a delimited text file and change my database accordingly?
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
16 years ago

bprestwo
First reference the Microsoft Scripting Library in your code. Open the file using the TextStream functionality of the Scripting library. Then use the Split function to break the delimited records up into their elements.
16 years ago
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Re: How to parse a text file with VBA?
First reference the Microsoft Scripting Library in your code. Open the file using the TextStream functionality of the Scripting library. Then use the Split function to break the delimited records up into their elements.
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revit
run a program from my form
i want to run a program written in c from my VB form , what command should i use? if it possible, i would like to run the program with arguments it receives from the form and display the output on the form., thanks in advance.
16 years ago

bprestwo
If it is an EXE use the VB SHELL command. If it is a standard DLL use the VB Declare command to make it available. If it is a COM DLL just reference it.
16 years ago
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