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Visual Studio .NET 2003 VB6->VB.NET Upgrade Wizard

I successfully ran some upgrades of a couple of very large windows applications through the upgrade wizard included in the 2003 version.  It was successful :-)  ...

Concerning String.Length

According to Brad Abrams (and it makes perfect sense) using String.Length, the code path is "significantly shorter"; however, there is not memory effect since there is always an empty ...

Some "slightly less than documented" Windows API's

Duncan Mackenzie writes: I wrote an article back in August 2002 on some of the API calls that were documented as part of the Microsoft settlement agreement... ...

VB.NET string method to handle escape sequences.

After reading some comments by Alex Hoffman, I've put together a quick and dirty function that will do some of what he is complaining that VB.NET isn't capable of doin...

WM9 HD Format!!!!! Impressive doesn't quite describe it!

Landmark Theatres and Microsoft Corp. announced that they are equipping 177 screens in all 53 Landmark Theatres across the United States with digital cinema playback s...

Resume - Cory Smith

     Cory Smith Professional Experience XboxFriends.com and XboxFriends for the Desktop (2004-Present) Creator Created an Windows Forms application that allows the monitoring...

VB.NET Wish

Here's an example. For i = 1 To 100   If i > 5 AndAlso i < 20 Then     ' Skip over the rest of the processing inside of ...

CoolMon

This thing is pretty cool. It’s got plugin support too, so you can create little extensions to it. It says that it only supports XP, but I haven’t got around to testing it on Windows Server 2003. T...

BlogX

I’ve got the main weblog page modified to fit my personal preference (mostly); however, still have a ton of work to do. This includes the comment entry form (which by default has no decent layout)...

Hello World!

It seems only fitting to start off a new blog site about software development using the old standard Hello World!. AddressOf.com will be my outlet for everything .NET development related. Sure, t...