i think it's just like when you're opening a file using file stream that's why it prompts the message that it's being used..

try this
then after closing, delete the file

hope this helps,

you can easily find decent and good php tutorials with just a few search by yourself
and if there are some other things that you can't understand you're always welcome to post a thread here

I'm having this kind of error: Could not find a part of the path.

For Each subfolder As String In Directory.GetDirectories(sourceDir)
            Dim destDir As String = Path.Combine(destinationDir, Path.GetFileName(subfolder))
            If destDir = destinationDir & "\peanutButter" Then
                'do nothing
            Else
                Directory.Move(subfolder, destDir)
            End If
        Next

I suppose i get this error because the folder hasn't been made yet in destDir, but i assumed that if vb doesn't found the path it will create the folder by itself..

and i've tried adding a code to check if the folder doesn't exist, it will create then, but i get an error that this time it cannot create because the path already exists.

what i want to do is to transfer all files/folder to another folder excluding the \peanutButter folder
i've tried different approaches into making this but i always get this error

tnx,

Begginnerdev commented: +1 for figuring it out! =D +8

how about this

if RichTextBox1.Text = "yes" Then
    RichTextBox1.Select(RichTextBox1.TextLength - 3, 3)
    RichTextBox1.SelectionColor = Color.Red
    RichTextBox1.SelectedText = "no"
End if

you can use notepad++, just google it, it's free and very easy to use
and you might want to check out http://www.w3schools.com/ for the tutorial

ops its a typo. it should be text. thanks for leting me know.

does it solved your problem ?

    //usernamedb = get from table
    $user = $_SESSION['username'];
    $queryget = mysql_query("SELECT username FROM user WHERE username = '$user'") or die("query didnt work");
    $row = mysql_fetch_assoc($queryget);
    $username_db = $row['username'];

what form is this placed on ?

i've got a question are there really type='username' and type='email' values??
cause i've checked it and it's not there ..
here: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_input.asp

The problem with troubleshooting is that trouble shoots back. ~Author Unknown

don't you have a blog? with that you can just post the link on your signature, or maybe in your short bio as well .. in that way also you can discuss about yourself freely and as i can recall you can disable the comment portion if you want to. that would be public but personal .. isn't that okay?!?

TrustyTony commented: Quite on the point +0

it's cool .. and it's the first time i've seen something like this, tho i've disabled the ads now.. hehe