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|Search a listbox, results will not highlight when searching results found|
Your logic would only work if the last item was the match.
For Each item As String In lstMain.SelectedItems
If item.ToUpper.Substring(0, 24).Contains(strSearchField.ToUpper)
lstMain.SelectedItem = item
Exit For 'so the found item stays selected
For i As Integer = 0 To lstMain.Items.Count - 1
If lstMain.Items(i).ToUpper.Substring(0, 24).Contains(strSearchField
|How to redirect (301) search results page which do not return results|
Replace old-page.php code with redirection code to new-page.php.
so in your case if you want to a new search.php code you should have
two php files. First, the old-search.php which contains the following
code, and then the new-search.php code which is the one that should be
specified in the link.
// PHP permanent URL redirection
|Exporting data using fputcsv won't download|
I think it might have something to do with the flush settings in
php.ini or gzip encoding.
You could fwrite it to a text file instead, and then force download of
$handle = fopen("somefile.txt", "w");
fwrite($handle, "your content here");
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename='.
|exporting datagridview data to excel in vb.net|
Here is a link to a tutorial on how to export datagridview data to an
excel file. The Excel file is used in this tutorial is Excel 2007
though. I am not sure if it works on Excel 2013. Also the tutorial
uses an Access table to populate the datagridview. Give it a try and
hopefully it will help you.
Export DataGridView Data to an Excel Sheet in Visual Basic .NET
|Need help exporting data to JSON file|
Create dictionaries to begin with, in one list, then save that one
list to a JSON file so you have one valid JSON object:
soupamd = BeautifulSoup(amd.content)
products = 
for item in soupamd.select("div.listRow"):
prodname = item.find("span", class_="name")
adinfo = item.find("span", class_="additional")
formfactor, grafisch, socket = item.find_all("span",