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Windows 7: Seven Forums Browser v1.0.0.3

22 Jun 2009   #11
ikilledkenny

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

Yeah, I know about tab control, I just don't know how to make the following for it:

New tab button + Create a new web browser, filling each new tab created.
Close current tab button


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22 Jun 2009   #12
Generator

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

Have a look at Planet-Source-Code.com

It's a VERY useful source for anyone intrested in VB and others. I'd register to start with though otherwise after something like 3 or 4 views of source code it will grief you. (take note of each example rating too!)

EDIT: If "IE Tabs" dosn't return much, search for 'New Instance'...
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22 Jun 2009   #13
jw12345

Windows 7
 
 

Oh man I didn't realize Visual Basic and Planet Source Code were still around. I remember PSC from over a decade ago, and it hasn't changed a bit. I've got a bunch of scripts on there somewhere.

But honestly, if you want to get into programming, do yourself a favor and drop VB and go buy a C or C++ textbook. VB isn't very relevant for serious development and teaches a lot of bad programming habits (at least back when I used VB 12 years ago). Or at least learn Java or some other common language.
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22 Jun 2009   #14
Generator

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

All depends on which version of "VB" you are talking about, V.Basic and Cobal are starting to 'come together' slowly with a very BIG helping hand from .NET (Not my words but MSDN's)..

'.NET' seem's to be the way to go and 'old-skool' VB is now a thing of the past as we once knew it.. I do agree that VB is now redundent as such, but .NET adds a whole new player to the game, VB wise. VB is great for anyone wanting a 'leg-up' in programming.

We all know 'C' is better than 'B', albeit 'plus' or "++".. but you wouldn't learn how to walk before crawling... It's called 'Basic' for a reason...
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22 Jun 2009   #15
jw12345

Windows 7
 
 

The last version of VB I used was VB 4, so my knowledge is ancient in technology time, but from what I understand, VB is still not recommended for learners because other languages will teach you computing theory and lower level concepts, whereas VB ignores them. VB is simply good for rapid prototyping or quick and dirty programs.

I could be completely wrong, but in the long run, I still think one would be better off learning C and Java. There's a reason that all respected degree programs at universities do not teach VB (even if it is fun to play with if you have no intentions of becoming a real programmer).
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22 Jun 2009   #16
Generator

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

VB has ALWAYS had it's use's though, Many of todays websites wouldn't simply work without VB script etc..
I'm not saying it's the ultimate language but it does have very good use's.

It's a bit like saying why use html at all when you could store it all in MySQL.
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22 Jun 2009   #17
jw12345

Windows 7
 
 

I lost you on the HTML/MySQL example, as they have little to no functional overlap, but I was just trying to offer some helpful advice, since it seems that ikilledkenny is just starting programming.

VB.NET might as well be a simplified C#, but I'm assuming that ikilledkenny would like to do more serious work, so he might as well get started on learning C++ or something similar, that tends to be used in widely distributed software development, and since I believe he is young, will have to learn anyway if he's planning on doing this kind of thing professionally or academically.
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22 Jun 2009   #18
Generator

XP Pro SP3 x86/Vista SP2 x64/Win7 x64 Triple-boot
 
 

Sorry lol, MySQL & HTML both serve the net as such, SQL is typically known to be quicker to serve data, where as HTML is best for basic 'text' delivery if you will..

Just because SQL is quicker for data doesn't mean it best for delivering HTML is what I was trying to say. (if that makes sense!)
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22 Jun 2009   #19
ikilledkenny

Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
 
 

Jw, I'm using VB6. I also have C# express installed so I can start with that.

And Generator, thanks for the website! Rep'd!
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