I need to go through text files, each containing hundreds of lines, and copy a specific part of each line, and then add all those parts together into one long line, each part separated by a comma. But how? [more inside]
Batch file hell. I'm trying to write a batch file to...... [more inside]
I'd like some program ideas to implement. [more inside]
Microsoft Access 2007 form creation question. Hopefully not-too-wrongheaded and clearly described inside. [more inside]
Which Python GUI framework is right for someone new to GUI programming? But who may also aspire to open source community (linux) development/involvement? Cross platform, wonderful documentation/tutorials, and cruft-free new technology are also welcome. [more inside]
How do you use a Class Library DLL created with C# from VBA? [more inside]
I'd like to write a program for Windows XP that detects when a folder on the desktop is clicked and switches the desktop location to that folder, instead of the default Explorer behavior of opening the folder in a window. [more inside]
I would like to write a program which transforms the Windows task manager's process list into clickable links. Where do I start? [more inside]
Do you have any suggestions for getting started with Dot Net development? [more inside]
I'd like to create a simple program that would modify the phone numbers in my MS Windows and MS Outlook Address Books (reason is we got new area codes). What is the simplest programming language on windows and best way to get this done by directly accessing the address books (without exporting to CSV)? [more inside]
How can I fix an MS-DOS batch script that works when run manually, but exhibits strange behavior when run as a scheduled task? [more inside]
Some rather clueless questions about using undocumented APIs in Windows [more inside]
windowsprogramming filter - I want a program running under Windows to be notified whenever a particular file(s) is/are modified. Need some keywords to help my searches about this facility. [more inside]
Windows Gamers / Programmers: How can I get a trackball to work as a game controller? [more inside]
How do I assign mouse input to the proper window with multiple GLX windows? [more inside]
Is it possible to write a program that uses only physical RAM, and not the swap/pagefile in Windows?
Is it possible to write a program that uses only physical RAM, and not the swap/pagefile in Windows? [more inside]
I want to learn to create simple Windows desktop applications for my own personal use. What programming language should I start learning? [more inside]
Need a tinker-free Linux/MySql install for Ruby On Rails. Also, seeking advice for getting started in RoR. [more inside]
I have a Windows-served website programmed in C# and connected to a SQL database. I'd like to move the whole thing to the Mac. [more inside]
OK, so I figured out, through lots of painful browsing of MSDN, how to make windows (partially) transparent, and also how to chroma-key windows. And it works great, but only in windows 2000. In windows XP it works only in certain cirumstances. Need windows programmer to help me... [more inside]
I have found programs that allow you to apply partial transparency to a window (in windows), but I'm looking for something a little different: chroma keyed transparency, like what is used in visual effects or on the weather report. [more inside]
Windows Programming: how to simulate mouse clicks, button presses, and how to extract data from windows widgets? [more inside]
I've fallen hard for Python and have been searching for a project to really learn the language with. I'd like to create functionality similar to Windows "Map Network Drive" for URIs using Python, urllib, etc. My questions are: does this seem possible for someone with a decent programming background (but no formal CS training)? Is it a good idea? [more inside]
What's a lightweight, simple email server I can install on my XP box? It will only serve like 2 addresses. IMAP and web access is a plus. Running as a service would also be nice.
Can you suggest some Windows programming tools for a very rusty, very amateur programmer? (More within) [more inside]
After several years' break, I'm finally getting back into coding. My prior experience is with Linux, but I've since switched to Windows, and specifically .NET. I'm finding it a joy to use and play with, but going at it in a vacuum is hard. I'm familiar with gotdotnet and the invaluable MSDN, but where are the best, must-read daily sites for Windows developers?
Can some recommend an open-source version control system that will run locally? CVS seems a bit unwieldy, and other online reviews are geared toward large applications/development groups. Windows based if possible, but Linux is fine, too.
What is a good beginning source to figure out what .dll files do and how to fix errors in Windows ME?
Where is a good beginning source to figure out what .dll files do and how to fix errors in a Windows ME computer?