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easy to solve file question
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simple code problem
making a word processor, one button is named"Open" button, this opens a text file. After adding the CommonDialog1, the code entered:, , Private Sub cmdOpen_Click(), CommonDialog1.ShowOpen, Text1.Text = CommonDialog1.FileName, End Sub, , is suppposed to open a .txt file. I had a text file to test, and the text becomes the path to my file, ie C:/Ccourse1/test.txt instead of the actual text held in the file, Please help ASAP
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easy one about forms.....
Ive followed the instructions at namehog.net:, http://www.namehog.net/support/formemail.htm , to put a form on my webpage. But it doesnt work. I get this error message....could anyone help??, , CGIWrap encountered an error while attempting to execute this script: , , Error Message: No such file or directory , Error Number: 2 , This message usually indicates there is a problem with the script itself. Often this indicates either that the #! line of the script is incorrect, or the script was uploaded in binary mode instead of ascii mode. Check to make sure that the script does not have control-M's at the end of every line. That will prevent it from executing. An easy fix that takes care of this most of the time is to put '#!/.../perl --' instead of '#!/.../perl' on the first line of the script. , If you are not the owner of this script, please forward this error and the URL that caused it to the script owner. That is often the component in the URL right after /cgiwrap/.
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