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Compile C Sharp Without Visual Studio
I have never been very excited about C sharp because you have to use Visual Studio to write programs with it. I don't like to use over-complicated IDEs to write programs because the IDE is often more difficult to figure out than the programming language itself. The fact is you actually can write C sharp programs without Visual Studio. More ...

Easy Visual Basic Image Viewer
The easiest way to display images in Visual Basic is to use a PictureBox control. In this example, we'll use a PictureBox control to create a simple image viewer application, and we'll use an OpenFileDialog control to load an image file from disk. More ...

Introduction to Visual Basic 2005 Express
Because the Visual Basic Express IDE does so much "hand holding", within minutes of installing Visual Basic Express you where able to create a real, although tiny, Windows application. Building bigger more complex applications is just more of the same. More ...

Introduction to Visual Basic
Visual Basic has been the most popular programming environment for more than twelve years. If you want to learn how to program, Visual Basic is the language for you. It is very easy to use, yet very powerful in the Windows Environment. More ...

How to Navigate the Access 2019 Opening Workspace
If you're upgrading to Access (or Office) 2019 from the 2013 or 2016 interface, you'll find it looks very familiar ? and you'll find much of it to be the same as what you're accustomed to. More ...

List Files and Subfolders With the VBScript FileSystemObject
This article shows you how to write a VBScript that uses the FileSystemObject to list the files and subfolders in a folder on your computer. More ...

Write Your Own VBScript HTA Text Editor
Because this application is designed for instructional purposes, I didn't design it with the conventional File drop-down menu. In order to show how menu items link to the code that performs each function, I just placed all the menu selections in the main menu. More ...

Five Reasons Why You Should Consider Splitting a Microsoft Access Database
In the development and design mode, your Access database runs perfectly. But when you deploy the database, end-users complain that it's slow or it fails to respond. When you have concurrent users accessing your database, you may need to split an Access database and the following five reasons explain why. More ...

Six Important Points When Importing Data Into An Access Database
Asking general users to import data into an Access database without knowing too muchabout how Microsoft Access works and they will become frustrated within minutes. The most desirable way of using external data is by importing or linking data to an Access table object. Once the data has been imported or linked, you treat it like any other data table and build your queries, forms and reports. More ...

How to Learn to Program
If you want to learn to program will be happy to know that programming is not a hard thing to start learning and will not require you to pay out huge sums of money. The only way to become an expert is much like learning the violin; the answer is practice, practice and practice some more. More ...


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