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vrf Chicago HP-VEE programmers. (Let's get together).

Question asked by mariagershman on Mar 19, 2005
Greetings, Vrf:

If you are in Chicago, and would like to share your ideas about programming.
Lets discuss where we can meet.

I am available to discuss the following topics:
1) Discuss the main sections to a program.
2) Discuss how to make programs generic.
3) Discuss possible ways to save data (Microsoft access, Microsoft
word, Microsoft excel, etc.)
4) discuss how to custom message boxes.



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Sincerely,


Maria
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From: "Faure, Philippe" <faure.p@emssatcom.com>
To: "'Stan Bischof '" <rsb@soco.agilent.com>, "'VRF '" <vrf@agilent.com>
Cc: "'vrf@agilent.com '" <vrf@agilent.com>
Subject: RE: [vrf] Search path to the vee.io file
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 22:17:21 -0500

Stan,

The best way that I have found to solve this problem was at the begining of
the Vee script is to get the user to enter a path, or you just define a
path, like "C:     emp". This location can then be attached to the front
of any file that your vee script will generate, so all files get put into
the same location.  Instead of using a local drive, the other idea is to
use a network drive.

Philippe
Design Engineer
EMS Technologies


-----Original Message-----
From: Stan Bischof
To: VRF
Cc: vrf@agilent.com
Sent: 18/03/2005 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [vrf] Search path to the vee.io file

christer.s.wallin@se.abb.com wrote:
> Dear VRF:ers,
>
> I have an application where I want to store some settings in a
> configuration file (not too uncommon, huh). What complicates things is
that
> for a number of reasons I want to save this configuration file in the
same
> location as the vee.io file
>
> Is there anybody out there who knows how to do this or if it cant be
done?
>
> Thanks in advance

Why not just specify the directory you want up front? Of course you
would use
the vee.io file found in that location? Second-guessing a tool's
behavior like a serach path sounds like a very fragile way to proceed.

Stan


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stan_bischof@agilent.com
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From: "Faure, Philippe" <faure.p@emssatcom.com>
To: "'Stan Bischof '" <rsb@soco.agilent.com>, "'VRF '" <vrf@agilent.com>
Cc: "'vrf@agilent.com '" <vrf@agilent.com>
Subject: RE: [vrf] Search path to the vee.io file
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 22:14:52 -0500

Stan,

The best way that I have found to solve this problem was at the begining of
the Vee script is to get the user to enter a path, or you just define a
path, like "C:     emp". This location can then be attached to the front of
any file that your vee script will generate, so all files get put into the
same location.  Instead of using a local drive, the other idea is to use a
network drive.

Philippe
Design Engineer
EMS Technologies

-----Original Message-----
From: Stan Bischof
To: VRF
Cc: vrf@agilent.com
Sent: 18/03/2005 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [vrf] Search path to the vee.io file

christer.s.wallin@se.abb.com wrote:
> Dear VRF:ers,
>
> I have an application where I want to store some settings in a
> configuration file (not too uncommon, huh). What complicates things is
that
> for a number of reasons I want to save this configuration file in the
same
> location as the vee.io file
>
> Is there anybody out there who knows how to do this or if it cant be
done?
>
> Thanks in advance

Why not just specify the directory you want up front? Of course you
would use
the vee.io file found in that location? Second-guessing a tool's
behavior like a serach path sounds like a very fragile way to proceed.

Stan


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stan_bischof@agilent.com
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