Monthly Archives: April 2005

well let’s start by showing you how to track those undeclared variables in a foxpro application, as we all know that we don’t have to declare a variable before use in this wonderful language, but it is good practice to do so. < ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

so today i found the exact use of the ‘_vfp.languageoptions’ property so let me share what i found. well i new this existed since version 7 but never investigated its use till today.

i have a small application that is been developed in my spare time, this program is what i will use to locate the undeclared… Continue reading

this code will not work with previous versions of outlook as the label colour was added in outlook 2002.

 

local looutlook   as outlook.application < ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

local lonamespace as outlook.namespace

local loappoint   as outlook.appointmentitem

 

looutlook   = createobject('outlook.application')

lonamespace = looutlook.getnamespace("mapi")

lonamespace.logon

loappoint   = looutlook.createitem( 1 )     && olappointmentitem

 

with loappoint as outlook.appointmentitem

    .subject = "test for change of label colour"

    .start   = datetime() + (60 * 60… Continue reading

what is this i hear you cry, well it looks like the next generation of storing data on a hard drive, from the lovely flash animation and all information that's available, this looks good.

http://www.hitachigst.com/hdd/research/recording_head/pr/index.html

just like to keep up with the technology.