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yxq
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH, SPACE +
Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0, &HC000&,
&H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
*************** ********
Nov 20 '05 #1
6 1889
This might sound a little unhelpful but. If you cant even be bothered to
look up the correct syntax for the Const declarations at the beginning, I
dont feel like helping you.

Try doing a bit more for yourself and then come back with specifics !

Regards OHM
yxq wrote:
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH,
SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0,
&HC000&, &H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** * *************** ********

Nov 20 '05 #2
yxq
Hello
I have convertd some code, but it works not well.
*************** *************** *************** **********
Const SPACE As Short = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH As Short = 50
Private GraphPoints(99) As Integer

Sub Draw1(ByVal lUsage As Integer, ByVal picPercent As PictureBox, ByVal
picGraph As PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Integer
For Cnt = 0 To 10
Dim p1 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H C000&), 2)
Dim p2 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H 4000&), 2)
Dim x1 As New Point(SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)
Dim x2 As New Point(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH, SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1)

Dim e As Graphics = picPercent.Crea teGraphics
If lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0 Then
e.DrawLine(p1, x1, x2)
Else
e.DrawLine(p2, x1, x2)
End If
Next Cnt
'The code below can not work well..........

'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt

Dim e2 As Graphics = picGraph.Create Graphics
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
e2.Clear(Color. Black)
Dim p As New Pen(Color.Green , 1)
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
Dim x3 As New Point(Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))
Dim x4 As New Point(Cnt + 1, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt + 1))
e2.DrawLine(p, x3, x4)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *

"One Handed Man" <Bo****@Duck.ne t> 写入邮件
news:bq******** **@titan.btinte rnet.com...
This might sound a little unhelpful but. If you cant even be bothered to
look up the correct syntax for the Const declarations at the beginning, I
dont feel like helping you.

Try doing a bit more for yourself and then come back with specifics !

Regards OHM
yxq wrote:
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH,
SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0,
&HC000&, &H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub

*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
*************** ********


Nov 20 '05 #3
yxq
The source code link
http://www.allapi.net/php/redirect/r...ownload&id=370
"yxq" <ga***@163.ne t> 写入邮件 news:O1******** *****@tk2msftng p13.phx.gbl...
Hello
I have convertd some code, but it works not well.
*************** *************** *************** **********
Const SPACE As Short = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH As Short = 50
Private GraphPoints(99) As Integer

Sub Draw1(ByVal lUsage As Integer, ByVal picPercent As PictureBox, ByVal picGraph As PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Integer
For Cnt = 0 To 10
Dim p1 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H C000&), 2)
Dim p2 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H 4000&), 2)
Dim x1 As New Point(SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)
Dim x2 As New Point(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH, SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1)

Dim e As Graphics = picPercent.Crea teGraphics
If lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0 Then
e.DrawLine(p1, x1, x2)
Else
e.DrawLine(p2, x1, x2)
End If
Next Cnt
'The code below can not work well..........

'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt

Dim e2 As Graphics = picGraph.Create Graphics
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
e2.Clear(Color. Black)
Dim p As New Pen(Color.Green , 1)
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
Dim x3 As New Point(Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))
Dim x4 As New Point(Cnt + 1, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt + 1))
e2.DrawLine(p, x3, x4)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *

"One Handed Man" <Bo****@Duck.ne t> 写入邮件
news:bq******** **@titan.btinte rnet.com...
This might sound a little unhelpful but. If you cant even be bothered to
look up the correct syntax for the Const declarations at the beginning, I
dont feel like helping you.

Try doing a bit more for yourself and then come back with specifics !

Regards OHM
yxq wrote:
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH,
SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0,
&HC000&, &H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub

*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
*************** ********



Nov 20 '05 #4
Not clear what you are trying to acheive with this code. What are you
expecting to happen when you call Draw1 ?

OHM

yxq wrote:
Hello
I have convertd some code, but it works not well.
*************** *************** *************** **********
Const SPACE As Short = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH As Short = 50
Private GraphPoints(99) As Integer

Sub Draw1(ByVal lUsage As Integer, ByVal picPercent As
PictureBox, ByVal picGraph As PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Integer
For Cnt = 0 To 10
Dim p1 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H C000&), 2)
Dim p2 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H 4000&), 2)
Dim x1 As New Point(SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)
Dim x2 As New Point(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH, SPACE + Cnt * 3 +
1)

Dim e As Graphics = picPercent.Crea teGraphics
If lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0 Then
e.DrawLine(p1, x1, x2)
Else
e.DrawLine(p2, x1, x2)
End If
Next Cnt
'The code below can not work well..........

'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt

Dim e2 As Graphics = picGraph.Create Graphics
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
e2.Clear(Color. Black)
Dim p As New Pen(Color.Green , 1)
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
Dim x3 As New Point(Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))
Dim x4 As New Point(Cnt + 1, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt + 1))
e2.DrawLine(p, x3, x4)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *

"One Handed Man" <Bo****@Duck.ne t> 写入邮件
news:bq******** **@titan.btinte rnet.com...
This might sound a little unhelpful but. If you cant even be
bothered to look up the correct syntax for the Const declarations at
the beginning, I dont feel like helping you.

Try doing a bit more for yourself and then come back with specifics !

Regards OHM
yxq wrote:
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH,
SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0,
&HC000&, &H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub

*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
*************** ********

Nov 20 '05 #5
yxq
Please download the resource code on
http://www.allapi.net/php/redirect/r...ownload&id=370

Thanks

"One Handed Man" <Bo****@Duck.ne t> 写入邮件
news:bq******** **@sparta.btint ernet.com...
Not clear what you are trying to acheive with this code. What are you
expecting to happen when you call Draw1 ?

OHM

yxq wrote:
Hello
I have convertd some code, but it works not well.
*************** *************** *************** **********
Const SPACE As Short = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH As Short = 50
Private GraphPoints(99) As Integer

Sub Draw1(ByVal lUsage As Integer, ByVal picPercent As
PictureBox, ByVal picGraph As PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Integer
For Cnt = 0 To 10
Dim p1 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H C000&), 2)
Dim p2 As New
Pen(System.Draw ing.ColorTransl ator.FromOle(&H 4000&), 2)
Dim x1 As New Point(SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)
Dim x2 As New Point(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH, SPACE + Cnt * 3 +
1)

Dim e As Graphics = picPercent.Crea teGraphics
If lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0 Then
e.DrawLine(p1, x1, x2)
Else
e.DrawLine(p2, x1, x2)
End If
Next Cnt
'The code below can not work well..........

'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt

Dim e2 As Graphics = picGraph.Create Graphics
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
e2.Clear(Color. Black)
Dim p As New Pen(Color.Green , 1)
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
Dim x3 As New Point(Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))
Dim x4 As New Point(Cnt + 1, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt + 1))
e2.DrawLine(p, x3, x4)
Next Cnt
End Sub
*************** *************** *************** *************** *

"One Handed Man" <Bo****@Duck.ne t> 写入邮件
news:bq******** **@titan.btinte rnet.com...
This might sound a little unhelpful but. If you cant even be
bothered to look up the correct syntax for the Const declarations at
the beginning, I dont feel like helping you.

Try doing a bit more for yourself and then come back with specifics !

Regards OHM
yxq wrote:
Hello
Can anyone convert the vb6 code to vb.net? Thank you!

*************** *************** *************** *************** **
Const SPACE = 5
Const BAR_WIDTH = 50
Public GraphPoints(0 To 99) As Long
Sub DrawUsage(lUsag e As Long, picPercent As PictureBox, picGraph As
PictureBox)
Dim Cnt As Long
picPercent.Scal eMode = vbPixels
For Cnt = 0 To 10
picPercent.Line (SPACE, SPACE + Cnt * 3)-(SPACE + BAR_WIDTH,
SPACE + Cnt * 3 + 1), IIf(lUsage >= 100 - Cnt * 10 And lUsage <> 0,
&HC000&, &H4000&), BF
Next Cnt
ShiftPoints
GraphPoints(UBo und(GraphPoints )) = lUsage
picGraph.Cls
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
picGraph.Line (Cnt, 100 - GraphPoints(Cnt ))-(Cnt + 1, 100 -
GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)), &H8000&
Next Cnt
End Sub
'Shift all the points from the graph one place to the left
Sub ShiftPoints()
Dim Cnt As Long
For Cnt = LBound(GraphPoi nts) To UBound(GraphPoi nts) - 1
GraphPoints(Cnt ) = GraphPoints(Cnt + 1)
Next Cnt
End Sub

*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *
*************** ********


Nov 20 '05 #6
Cor
Hi YXQ

I thought OHM was very clear, if you would try to do yourself first the
mainpart he would help you with the difficult things,

But now you thinks you have in this newsgroup someone working for you for
free.

I think that wehne you show that you did make a start trying it, HM or
another will help you than with the real problems, but not more than 5 rows
in a time I think.

Cor.

Nov 20 '05 #7

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