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Visual Basic

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Use the Cassia .NET Library to Detect Users Connected to Windows Server
by Deepak Choudhari
Thanks to the Cassia .NET Library, you can programmatically detect the users connected to Windows Server without using PInvoke to call the Windows Terminal Services API.
A Simple Password-Checking Routine
by Brian Abernathy
Here's a simple password-checking routine that ensures that the user-entered password matches specific password criteria.
Make Your WPF Applications Adapt to the Host Machine
by Srinath MS
Use WPF's ability to recognize and adapt to the graphics capabilities of its host machine to improve your application's performance.
Globally Register User and Custom Controls in ASP.NET
by Deepak Choudhari
Avoid having to include the <@Register> command on every page that needs a custom or user control.
Build One Application Version for Both Windows XP and Windows Vista
by Shao Voon
You don't have to compile two different versions to get applications that run correctly under both Windows XP and Windows Vista.
ASP.NET Workaround: Calling a JavaScript Function from a HyperLinkField in a GridView
by Srinath MS
You can call a JavaScript function when a user clicks a HyperLinkField in a GridView control—you just need to use this workaround.
Quickly Determine Whether a Column Is Fully Visible in a DataGridView
by Srinath MS
Find out whether a DataGridView column is partially hidden.
Add an Image Command Field to a GridView at Runtime in ASP.NET
by Deepak Choudhari
Programmatically adding an image command field to a GridView is relatively easy. This tip shows how.
The Best Way to Hide a Column in a DataGrid
by Srinath MS
A better approach than "hiding" columns in a DataGrid is simply to avoid creating the columns in the first place, as shown in this tip.
Create a Page Containing a Two-Column Table with Struts
by Gaurav Saini
Sometimes scriptlets can help solve problems, like when you need to iterate over a collection object and display its data in a two-column table.
Access ASP.NET Form or Control Values from One Page in Another Page
by Deepak Choudhari
You can access form or control values from one page in another page in ASP.NET, it just isn't intuitive.
Enable Bugzilla to Work with SSL/TLS Email
by Akhilesh Singh
This workaround shows how you can configure Bugzilla to work with SSL/TLS-based email servers.
Disable the Standard Windows Close, Minimize, and Maximize Buttons
by Ted Atogwe
In .NET Windows Forms, disabling the standard Windows close, minimize, and maximize buttons is as simple as setting the Window Style or adding one line of code.
Convert a Delimited String to a Generic List<string>
by Srinath MS
Split the string at the delimiter and then add each item to a new string list.
Using String.split(String) vs. Using a StringTokenizer
by Hrudananda Pattanaik
It's not always safe to use String.split(String). Consider using the String Tokenizer API instead.
Displaying Row Numbers in a DataGrid
by Srinath MS
Create a running number column that shows the row number in a DataGrid control.
Publishing 32-Bit ASP.NET Applications to a 64-Bit OS
by Prafulla Doye
You can publish applications compiled in 32-bit mode on 64-bit systems, but you have to do a bit of setup work.
Call PowerShell Cmdlets from C#
by Cody Batt
Take advantage of pre-written cmdlet functionality in your own applications.
Adding Workdays to a Date
by Chad Juliano
To calculate a future or past date taking only working days into account, use this handy function.
Send Email Using a DNS Server
by Usman Sarfraz
Here's how to send email from .NET using a DNS server.
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