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...How do I........ make a save / load button

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Hi,

I have looked on the internet for quite some time concerning this issue

The problem is loads and loads and loads of people use their examples instead of simply stating what code you use heres what I want:

Code for a save button
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Code for a load button
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Different ways I could implement the save or load function in vb.net
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Finally, how could I use it in a form based system


Oh, and please don't comment on things irrelevent like "vb6" THIS IS VISUAL BASIC.NET I DO NOT WANT TO REPEAT MYSELF!
Oct 21 '08 #1
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Please read the site's posting guidelines first. We also don't want to repeat ourselves.
Oct 21 '08 #2

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occording to your sticky ON THE .NET FORUMS it says I have to state what I want... no offence but it does
Oct 21 '08 #3

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occording to your sticky ON THE .NET FORUMS it says I have to state what I want... no offence but it does
If you want to state rules relevent to what has been said you should include it in the sticky and not just expect everyone to check what you have said on the posting regulations... no offense but I just simply registered regardless of what you put on there if you really want me to be polite then say so on the sticky or actually show me a sticky on every section of the forums if I wanted to join a forums site which doesn't have a sticky saying so, I'd have to check every two seconds just before I post anything

Oh and BTW FIY people SHOULD have the right to talk in their own way and not be treated like second class citicans if you catch my drift
Oct 21 '08 #4

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If you want to state rules relevent to what has been said you should include it in the sticky and not just expect everyone to check what you have said on the posting regulations... no offense but I just simply registered regardless of what you put on there if you really want me to be polite then say so on the sticky or actually show me a sticky on every section of the forums if I wanted to join a forums site which doesn't have a sticky saying so, I'd have to check every two seconds just before I post anything

Oh and BTW FIY people SHOULD have the right to talk in their own way and not be treated like second class citicans if you catch my drift
Here are the posting guidelines then.
Please use the Feedback forum for any suggestions you want to propose to the forum structure rather than the technical forums.
Oct 21 '08 #5

P: 21
Here are the posting guidelines then.
Please use the Feedback forum for any suggestions you want to propose to the forum structure rather than the technical forums.
to be fair the rules don't say I can't use capital letters so what I have put isn't rude- if you want, I could delete that text however it seems kinda pointless now...
Oct 21 '08 #6

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Here are the posting guidelines then.
Please use the Feedback forum for any suggestions you want to propose to the forum structure rather than the technical forums.
I'll keep in mind what you have said thanks...
Oct 21 '08 #7

Curtis Rutland
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Excuse me, but you are being incredibly rude, especially considering that you are coming to a group of unpaid volunteers and asking for help, then automatically assuming that we are going to waste your time.

Also, straight from the posting guidelines link
Using capital letters for your entire post. Use of capitals is generally considered to be shouting and therefore rather rude.
So the rules do mention that.

Regardless, this isn't even a proper post. The question you have posed is altogether too vague. Save/load what? Clarify that, and you can get some help.
Oct 21 '08 #8

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