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----------------------------------------------------------- ---- ----------------------------------------------------------- In today's issue: August 16th, 2004 Stop in at Programmer's Corner. Share some knowledge in your favorite language. Learn some things in 3 others! 1. Introduction 2. What's New at Programmer's Corner! 3. Whizlabs MCSD .NET 70-316 Certification Primer 4. Tips for Everyone 5. Articles of Interest 6. 15 Minutes of Fame 7. Subscribe/Unsubscribe Information -----------------------------------------------------------

1. Introduction: Welcome to the current release of the Programmer's Corner newsletter. This newsletter will be delivered to your mailbox on the 15th of every month. If you have some friends or coworkers who might like to receive this newsletter, please forward this to them. You can ask them to sign up at: http://www.programmers-corner.com/newsletter-subscribe.php If you have some suggestions for what we should put into the newsletter, please visit our forums and leave a note. Post it in the Lounge... :) ~ Eric -----------------------------------------------------------

2. What's New at Programmer's Corner! First, my apologies. I had the newsletter all ready to be sent yesterday... and I forgot... *sheepish grin* So here it is... a day late, but with all the content. :) August is upon us, everyone is enjoying their summer activities such as picnics, sports, vacations, and programming. Yes, programming is a year-round activity and one we all love. This month in the Programmer's Corner Newsletter we have a special treat for our fellow year-round programmers. Source Code Submissions: Visual Basic 6 Submissions, by Eric D. Burdo - Generate a seeded random integer Visual Basic .NET Submissions, by Eric D. Burdo - Bitwise: Storing and Retrieving values in a variable Visual Basic .NET Submissions, by siddharth sinha - Crystal Reports Using Stored Procedure with Parameters C++ Submissions, by Paul Giannaros - Creating a moving, resizing, color-changing Sprite C# Submissions, by Eric D. Burdo - Literal Strings - Do you need to Escape? - Bitwise: Storing and Retrieving values in a variable PHP Submissions, by Dan Gronitz - Obtaining the full path Check out all the source code at: http://www.programmers-corner.com/source-code.php Remember, anything submitted before the next newsletter will be listed in the May newsletter with your name. You can read the most current news at: http://www.programmers-corner.com/ -----------------------------------------------------------

3. Whizlabs MCSD .NET 70-316 Certification Primer Earning a Microsoft certification acknowledges your expertise in working with Microsoft products and technologies and sets you apart from the crowd as a development professional. Microsoft certification demonstrates that you have the ability to successfully implement Microsoft business solutions for your organization or client. This article will provide a basic understanding of the scope of the certification and will also give details about the certification along with the useful resources to get started. Introduction: With .NET, Microsoft is also espousing a vision, this time about how the Internet can make businesses more efficient and deliver services to consumers. The present enterprise setup's need to have n-tier architecture with diverse platforms and object models communicating with each other. The present applications are to be created such that those applications have to run in any platform (like Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix etc.) and which consist of components written in many programming languages and object models. Many language vendors have tried to upgrade their languages, but there is a limit to which they have been successful since they have to maintain backward capability and face many other problems too. To solve the problem of the current programmers Microsoft has come with a very promising solution "The .NET Platform". .NET provides a number of benefits that will make developers more productive, reduce the number of bugs, speed application development, and simplify deployment. IT managers are understandably wary, since .NET is a new technology that requires a moderately steep learning curve. For most organizations, however, the benefits will far outweigh the negatives; and with .NET, you'll see great productivity gains for future development projects. .NET certification is the premier credential for professionals who design and develop leading-edge business solutions with Microsoft .NET development tools, technologies and platforms. You might want to consider taking the MCSD 70-316 exam to: * Gain valuable skills, knowledge and expertise * Raise your income * Increase your job opportunities * Earn more respect from your peers * Improve your job security Earning a Microsoft certification acknowledges your expertise in working with Microsoft products and technologies and sets you apart from the crowd as a development professional. Microsoft certification demonstrates that you have the ability to successfully implement Microsoft business solutions for your organization or client. This article will provide a basic understanding of the scope of the certification and will also give details about the certification along with the useful resources to get started. You can read the complete article here: http://www.programmers-corner.com/view-article.php/58 -----------------------------------------------------------

4. Tips for Everyone - IDE Optimization Using Microsoft IDE's (Such as Visual Studio, Visual Studio.Net) and many third-party IDE's, CTRL+Space will autocomplete the current function name or variable name. CTRL+J will provide a dropdown list of options. Automagically maximize your code window when you start your VB6 IDE: Add a new string key named MDIMaximized with a value of 1 to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Visual Basic\6.0 - Web Design: Font size for your site should be adjustable in case the reader has poor or failing eyesight. Make use of the 'em' so that users can adjust the size of the text to fit their needs. If you get confused by the 'em' you can use the following trick to help make it a little easier on you. In your CSS make your very first CSS definition - body{ font-size: 62.5%; } This sets the font size to about 10px for all browsers. Now when you use something like - p{ font-size: 1.2em; } h1{ font-size: 1.6em; } It's easier to figure out the size of the elements. The p tag is 1.2 x 10px or 12px. The h1 tag is 1.6 x 10px or 16px. You're using the 'em' which browsers can resize when the user wants it, but if they don't you have an easy way to remember the size of your font. - SQL & Stored Procedures: Use stored procedures rather than ad hoc queries whenever possible in SQL. They are precompiled, and faster! - Changes from VB6 to VB.Net: Dim strOne, strTwo, strThree As String In Visual Basic 6 strOne and strTwo are Variants. In Visual Basic .NET all three are strings. In VB6 use this to make three strings: Dim strOne As String, strTwo As String, strThree As String -----------------------------------------------------------

5. Articles of Interest - MZTools - An excellent add-in for any VB6 developer. http://www.mztools.com/download.htm - CSS filter chart for various browsers. http://centricle.com/ref/css/filters/ - Want to try another OS, but aren't sure what software to use? Use this table to find equivalent software for Windows and Linux. http://linuxshop.ru/linuxbegin/win-lin-soft-en/table.shtml#1 - Get started learning SQL development today! http://www.sqlcourse.com/ - Free compilers and compiler tools, as well as additional programming sections. http://www.freewarehome.com/Programming/Compilers_and_SDK/Compilers_and_SDK.html -----------------------------------------------------------

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