Its not really possible because of the nature of the data. But I did find a different solution, it turns they have an FTP site, and it appears that the timestamp weirdness has something to do with the mirroring between the FTP and the HTTP servers.
I am using HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse in VB.NET to check the timestamp of a specific file which i know is updated periodically(every 4-10 minutes or so). The thing is, it seems like this is caching results because there is a lag between when the file is updated and when my program sees...
I'm working in VB.NET, I have a DataTable which contains columns of the Decimal type. I can't, for the life of me, figure out how to find the Precision and Scale properties of these fields. If anyone can help out that would be fantastic.
I've got a computer here that has a problem with IE6, it won't fully load pages. When i go to pages, some will fully load, others will load partially, but not display the full page. For example when I go to Shacknews, I see only the Shacknews logo and header bar. I've done full spyware and virus...
Ok, heres what I'm having a problem with, I'll post a portion of the code that is causing the problem, then see if i can explain what im trying to do.
Thanks for the responses, a friend had these two processors sitting around and said I could have them if I wanted them so I figured I may as well take them. I'll look around for a board and build a box as I find parts.