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Round about Form Copying


By : Dar06
Date : October 18 2020, 03:08 PM
this one helps. Open each form in design view, set them equal to an object variable, and then set the properties of the source form equal to the proeprties of the destination form. Use a funciton like this in a public module:
code :
Public Sub UpdateForm(SourceForm as string, DestinationForm as string)
    dim frm1 as new form
    dim frm2 as new form

    set frm1 = forms(SourceForm) 
    set frm2 = forms(DestinationForm}

    '* List the properties you want to copy here:

    With form2
      .RecordSource = frm1.RecordSource
      .Caption = frm1.Caption
      .DataEntry = frm1.DataEntry
      '* And so on for each property
    End With

    docmd.save acform, DestinationForm

End Sub


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MSBuild Copy task not copying files the first time round


By : chrisjshields
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , The itemgroups are evaluated when the script is parsed. At that time your files aren't there yet. To be able to find the files you'll have to fill the itemgroup from within a target.
code :
  <!-- SQL Scripts which are needed for deployment -->
  <Target Name="BeforeCopySqlScripts">
    <CreateItem Include="$(SolutionRoot)\04\**\Databases\**\*.sql">
      <Output ItemName="CopySqlScript" TaskParameter="Include"/>
    </CreateItem>
  </Target>

Show a Copying-files dialog/form while manually copying files in C#?


By : user2064681
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. There is one built in from the Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileIO Namespace. Don't let the name scare you, it is a very underrated namespace for C#. The static class FileSystem has a CopyFile and CopyDirectory method that has that capability.
FileSystem Members
code :
FileSystem.CopyFile(sourceFile, destinationFile, UIOption.AllDialogs);
FileSystem.CopyDirectory(sourceDirectory, destinationDirectory, UIOption.AllDialogs);

I'm trying to round the decimal values by using round in liquid. But round didn't work


By : Sonny Westmoreland
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue At the moment the following:
{% assign my_integer = 0.346257 | times: 100 %} {{ my_integer | round: 2 }} %

Register custom form so I can inherit from it from multiple projects, without copying the form to the Object Repository


By : user3923648
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times There are a couple of aspects to this problem:
Using frames from a package at design time to include them on forms. Creating a new frame in a project that inherits from a frame in a package. Enabling different project branches to use different versions of the package and thus the frames, without being faced with hardcoded paths in either the dpr or the dproj.

My Python 3.4.2 program will only round to 15 decimal places, even when I use the round() function to tell it to round t


By : Frank Matthieß
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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