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    Icon manipulation in Windows.

    Hello, and thank you in advance.

    I have a question regarding icons in Windows. Say I have application A, which is not my application in that I don't have it's source code or any information about...
  2. How to launch source level debugging with Visual Studio?

    Hello, and thank you in advance. Currently I'm using Visual Studio to make a project and have discovered the wonders of source level debugging (where the source code is placed in with the assembly...
  3. Refreshing a blank window during a procedure.

    Hello and thank you in advance.

    I have an application which is converting files in .bin format to .iso format. I've written it from the ground up but have discovered that my knowledge of Windows...
  4. Thread: Install issue

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    Re: Install issue

    Well, how about this as a solution. There is something called a RUNONCE key in the Windows registry that forces an application to run once upon startup and then, as far as I understand, is never ran...
  5. Thread: Install issue

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    Re: Install issue

    Well, how about this as a solution. There is something called a RUNONCE key in the Windows registry that forces an application to run once upon startup and then, as far as I understand, is never ran...
  6. Thread: Install issue

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    Re: Install issue

    That's an interesting question but I'm sure that I don't have an immediate answer to it. It sounds like you're trying to suppress functionality that belongs to another application and I'm not sure...
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    Re: Sorting a linked list

    No I will not *give* you code. But I can tell you how to do it without giving you the source code.

    A linked list is pretty much defined as a group of objects linked together by pointers. In other...
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    Re: Pointers and Operators

    I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, but, if you're asking if you can use the ++ operator with pointers you already can.


    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;
    int main()
    {
    char...
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    Re: need unix debugger tool

    I happen to know that there is something sort of similar for OSX. If I remember I'll look for it. You need to ask OSX specific questions like this in a forum dedicated to such - this is the wrong...
  10. Thread: Copy string

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    Re: Copy string

    I don't have time to write source code, show me your source code and I can help you debug it.
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    Re: returning structures

    Have you tried passing the value by reference and just accessing it that way?

    int MakeArray2(Tag& tbl)



    It's just a guess, I don't have time to look at the code with seriousness at this...
  12. Thread: what is std?

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    Re: what is std?

    Search the internet for 'std'.

    Stuff related to sexually transmitted diseases do not apply.
  13. Re: table of char with a char=0X00,the compiler treat it as a ' \0 '?char Ethernet[6] ={0x01, 0x00,

    It works for me as well....


    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    int main()
    {
    unsigned char Ethernet[6] ={0x01, 0x00, 0x5e, 0x00, 0x00, 0x01};
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    Re: End of File Character?

    So, what I can gather from what you've written is that there really are a lot of ways to look at it and there are a lot of implementations out there that may or may not have been accepted at one time...
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    Re: overflow problem

    Well, in my own defense I understand that this is the basics of the RSA cryptosystem. I was speaking about saving the value achieved into a single type and not in an array where each module could be...
  16. Thread: Socket reuse

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    Re: Socket reuse

    I think you're going to have to release the previous socket connection before you try to open the socket again to another server. See, a socket is a two end deal, it's not something that you can just...
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    Re: End of File Character?

    This is an interesting thing to note. I had no idea that the end of file was actually a character, I was under the impression that it was more or less an abstraction handed out by the filesystem -...
  18. Thread: 2D arrays

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    Re: 2D arrays

    Is what possible? The ability to read in a two-dimensional array or the ability to index the values of a multidimensional array? I'm not sure if I understand what you're asking here.

    If you can...
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    Re: overflow problem

    Jesus guy, taking something to the power of 44 million is no small chore for a computer. If you're familar with the STL you can take a look at some arbitrary precision libraries but there is nothing,...
  20. Thread: scope

    by BenRush
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    Re: scope

    Yes, my understanding is that C++ supports all three of those scope types.

    Sorry, reading back over your letter I think I must have read it funny and that's why it didn't make immediate sense to...
  21. Thread: scope

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    Re: scope

    Yes, my understanding is that C++ supports all three of those scope types.

    Sorry, reading back over your letter I think I must have read it funny and that's why it didn't make immediate sense to...
  22. Thread: scope

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    Re: scope

    What do you mean? You must be more specific than this!
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    Re: scope

    What do you mean? You must be more specific than this!
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    Re: reading comma delimited file

    strtok() is by far the best function for doing something like that. I would suggest strtok() as well.
  25. Thread: bytes

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    Re: bytes

    Significance? By 0-8 are you talking about the most significant or the least significant? I'm going to assume the most significant.

    You could just use a type short and do some bit work. Take a...
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