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Area of expertise is Visual Basic .NET (VS 2008 and Framework 3.5) design and development for Windows applications. You can ask me any Visual Basic questions and some questions about .NET Framework. You can also ask me how to use Component One controls in Visual Basic. Do not ask me questions about Web design and development in Visual Basic.

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I'm working as VB programmer from 1997, so I have a lot of experience with Visual Basic .NET as well as Visual Basic 6. Area of expertise is Visual Basic .NET (VS 2008 and Framework 3.5) design and development for Windows applications; Component One controls for Visual Basic; User controls; Moving VB6 applications to .NET.


B.S. in Computer Science

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2016-04-12 Deploy exe with database:

If you are using VB.Net 2010 or 2012, then you can try to deploy by using menu option Build/Deploy selection. it will ask you to create profile, select New, and then follow the prompts.    Good luck!

2015-12-23 Visual basic:

Dear John,    You need to save a list of 4 numbers which already were tried. One way is to create the new array, and save first 4 numbers into it. Then select next 4 numbers, check are those 4 numbers

2015-03-05 filesearch from folders:

Dear Hameed,    To get a list of the files in a directory, check this link:    To get a list of the files in all subfolders check

2015-02-12 get the path of the selected folder:

Hi, Jithin,    As far as I understand if you right click the Current directory is not changing.    I'd try to use regular click and show your option AFTER Current directory changes    (If this answer is

2014-09-25 Comparing Integers:

Dear Adam,    It is standard chars: <  >  <=  >=  =      Dim I1 As Integer = 9    Dim I2 As Integer = 45    Dim bIsGreater As Boolean = False    If I1 > I2 then    bIsGreater = True  Else    bIsGreater


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