I am currently using VB.NET and wanting to know how you cycle through and/or attach to already open processes.
For example, I am familiar with open an excel file and manipulating it from within VB. But what if I want to attach to a file the user already has open? How can I do...
Hmm, am I wrong to think this is a common problem? I would have thought that any time you are setting a timeout in an application, false-timeouts due to windows mismanageing threads could occur.
If the problem is too difficult to resolve here then does anyone have some resources I could take...
I currently have a multithreaded VB.net application that talks to an embedded controller over an ethernet connection. I have a Tx thread, an Rx thread, a packet receiving thread and a packet creation thread - and of course a main loop thread.
Everything works really well and...
Sigh, I did say it was pseudocode... I've switched between vb.net, embedded C on 3 different IDEs today, and assembly :P My brain gets a little fried. Besides, I can't TAB in this window so the braces make things look better. :grunt:
Public thMain as New System.Threading.Thread(AddressOf...
Well it has been several months, and in that time I have had no luck discovering a means by which to finish this program off.
My program looks like this:
tMain() 'free running thread
starttime += 50 ' add 50ms to time
Ok, so I am writing an interface to an existing program. This program serves 1 purpose, to display data.
It consists of a form, with 96 bitmaps, and 48 textboxes. I initialize the entire form by doing the following:
I loop through each bitmap, and create an array of pointers to it...
I am a rather new developer of threaded programs in VB.net. Currently my job is having me program a high speed serialized program. One requirement is being able to handle data at a very fast rate, while maintaining accuracy of thread timing.
In attempting to use Windows Timers, I...