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  1. Re: how to open sockets on multiple network adapters..??

    I found more support for the bind() before connect() theory here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4297356/how-does-a-socket-know-which-network-interface-controller-to-use and here:...
  2. Re: how to open sockets on multiple network adapters..??

    I'm not so sure that binding won't work. There are a couple of guys on stackoverflow (...
  3. Re: Visual Studio keeps asking to rebuild project

    Mike Harnad's might be on to something.

    i tried a full rebuild - even manually deleted the .suo, .sdf, and any other files that aren't required. nothing worked.

    Mike suggested that a header...
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    Re: ISampleGrabber problem

    Hey any chance you can post the part of the code you rewrote? I'm having the same problem - some devices work and others don't. I got the remote graph working and it looks like it's creating the...
  5. Re: How to use ActiveX Propety Pages Apply Button

    i am having the exact same problem! if it was a CPropertyPage or CPropertySheet we could either override OnApply() or use OnCommand() or OnCmdMsg() to pick up the message sent by the apply/ok...
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    Re: compile error on wrong line

    bobfromb is exactly right... I had ftp'd the file from a unix server in binary mode and had a few \r\n's in the code. I used editplus to remove all of the \r characters, rebuilt, and now my code...
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    Re: compile error on wrong line

    Sam problem
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    Re: Passing data from Thread to UI

    Another simple way to do it is to use the WM_COPY message. It will allow you to send structures, strings, and a lot of other types of data. MSDN has a good example.
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