Updated Generating a sequence of numbers in @Formula with a formula to get a sequence of numbers with a step increment.
Mike Golding wrote about Smoking in public. I absolutely agree with you, Mike! There is nothing that angers me more, than the arrogant smokers that are everywhere! In Sweden, there are discussions (soon-to-be laws?) of having the restaurants and pubs disallow smoking, but the owners complain that they will get fewer customers. If there is […]
This class is great if you are handling any type of ”flags”, like the $flags field in design documents. The class seems very simple, but more easy to read than String operations like mid / left etc. Can be used like this: Dim flags As New FlagSet(”abcde”) Print flags.isFlagSet(”a”) ’ Will be true Print flags.isFlagSet(”x”) […]
This is a very simple class, to let the user (in Notes) know how long to wait for an operation. Can be used like this: Dim i As Long Dim p As New Progressbar(100, 10000) For i = 0 To 10000 Call p.update(i) Next i
Todd Harris kindly told me of an error in the constructor, thanks! The attached code has been updated accordingly! The NumberRange class makes finding overlaps and inclusions of a range of numbers easy. Use it like this: Dim range1 As New NumberRange(12, 25) Dim range2 As New NumberRange(20, 500) Dim range3 As New NumberRange(13, 15) […]
Boring, I think I will develop something like that myself instead…
Thanks Andrew (no DNS entry yet?)!
Added Ferdy Christant, John Z Marshall and Steve Castledine’s Domino Blog to the Invaluable URLs. Have to create a more dynamic links section, as my idol Christoph has 🙂
I have the DominoPower site of the Month! Cool! 🙂
I often want to parse URL Strings in my LotusScript agents, and I am using my home-brewed URL class to extract information like protocol, host, port, query, arguments etc. It can be used like this: Dim url As New URL( _ ”http://user:email@example.com:80/file.html?arg=value#ref”) Print ”url: ” + url.toString() Print ”protocol: ” + url.getProtocol() Print ”host: ” […]