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Donald Collins
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Real Name:  Donald Collins
Primary Role:  Coder
Joined: Jan 2002 (17 years ago)
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eMembedded VB 3.0
I'm in the process of writing a simple/small application for my Wife. The database will be a tab delimited text files. IÆd eventually like to port the program to a WinCE Palm device and code it using eMbedded VB 3.0. However, I havenÆt purchased the device yet. My Wife isnÆt big on using PDAÆs, so IÆll probably buy one on eBay cheap. (B/W display, CE 2.0), , HereÆs my question. How can I know, prior to purchasing the device, if my compiled (eMbedded) program will run on the device? The eMbedded specs detail the requirements for the development machine but not the target machine. So, can I buy a WinCE 2.0 machine or must I buy the newer 3.0?, , If you can point me to the correct documentation, that would be much appreciated., , Thanks., , Don
16 years ago

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Doing a comprehensive Google search, I found a URL that looks like a good place to [i]start[/i] finding the answer:, , [URL=http://www.pocketpcdn.com/sections/evb.html]PocketPC Developer's Network/eMbeddedVB[/URL] , , It seems that you need to specify the target SDK when you begin your eVB app. Not only does the CE version affect the deployment, but the processor as well (ARM, MIPS, SH3, SH4, etc.)., , Let us know if you find the answer...
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Hungarian notation
I'm reading "Programming in C#" (O'Reilly) and the book states that Microsoft doesn't recommend using Hungarian notation for C#. Confused Can anyone explain why? Does Prestwood Software have a coding convention for C#? I'd be interested in seeing it. , , Donald Collins
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Visual Studio .NET Now Available
MSDN Subscribers can download Visual Studio .NET. , , (January 15, Announcement) , [URL=http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions/]http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions/[/URL]
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Hi,, , I'm a VB programmer looking to learn other languages. Pascal for now, in preperation for Delphi then C#. I thought this would be a good place to get some pointers and try the Prestwood Editor., , Regards,, , Don.
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