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  1. Re: C++ General: What are good books about C++ ?

    The following is also worth mentioning. It seems that many really like it and many really do not. People should read the description of its purpose before purcahsing.

    Programming: Principles and...
  2. Re: How can I get the window handle from process id?

    FindWindow does not always work; there are many reasons for why it would not work. Which proves that the logic is faulty if the logic states that something should never be used if it has any...
  3. Re: How can I get the window handle from process id?

    I guess that is why I stopped participating in CodeGuru. Members have a tendency to insist that something is true without regard for truth.

    The truth is that it can work; just because it won't...
  4. Re: How can I get the window handle from process id?

    This thread is nearly 8 years old, but saying "EnumWindows is not guaranteed to work" is not the same thing as saying that it will never work. If the main window is the only window for the...
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    COM event client using #import

    Does anyone know of a sample showing use (sinking?) of an event by a client using #import but not ATL?

    I have tried to search, but unfortunately search engines don't recognize the # in #import....
  6. Re: Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executabl

    Criticisms such as that are best ignored. They do not contribute to meaningful discussion. It is comments such as that that make codeguru less useful.

    You especially need to be careful about...
  7. Re: Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executabl

    I agree.
  8. Re: Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executabl

    Thanks for reminding me why I don't use the codeguru forums anymore.

    If I am incorrect about my question, then I apologize. I truly believe that the answers being provided here are not accurate,...
  9. Re: Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executabl

    Note that what you call "a C mode" is called the C compiler by language experts. Language experts don't consider the C compiler to be the C++ compiler executing in a C mode; they consider them to be...
  10. Re: Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executabl

    Or perhaps they are just plain wrong. They seem to be over-emphasizing other languages and exagerating the uniqueness of Objective-C. For example, their comment about structured programming is not...
  11. Can any C program be compiled with the C++ compiler and obtain a useful executable?

    See "Language basics" in: Objective-C - Definition, which says that the C++ compiler can't produce a "meaningful executable" from a C program. I don't believe that; do you?
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    There are virtual machines you can use within Windows; VirtualBox is one, which I think is an improved version of QEMU. Parallels had a special offer in which they gave away their VM, but I assume...
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    Re: SendMessage() with shared memory?

    Welcome to the Codeguru forums, mauricioprado00. I am sure you will make many more contributions that will help very many.

    Note that this thread is very old; more than 8 years old. So your...
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    Thank you for the instructions. It seems simple and obvious and I don't remember why it did not work for me; it has been a while. I probably did not expect to have to compile (assemble) it. Now that...
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    How are you doing?

    I downloaded the x3dOS.zip file but I did not understand how to create a bootable floppy. I understand that it is still being developed and you are not ready for it to be used...
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    Re: KEYUP and KEYDOWN EVENT

    I know that this latest couple of replies are nearly a month old but I have been trying since September to sign in to CodeGuru and I was unsuccessful until now.


    Note that this was the first...
  17. Re: Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    Thank you for trying to keep this discussion on-topic. Note that I am the "OP" and I am the person that made the comment you are quoting.


    Note that I did not ask for individual opinion; I asked...
  18. Re: Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    Perhaps you are thinking of Basic, which Pascal was designed to replace.
  19. Re: Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    See Pascal (programming language) - Wikipedia. Pascal is an implementation of structured programming methodolgy. Pascal has pointers and does have functions that return values. Programming "back...
  20. Re: Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    Many years before C even existed, it was very common for assembler programmers to pass addresses (pointers) to data instead of the data. It is extremely basic to the way that processor instructions...
  21. Re: Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    A function's inability to modify parameters seems inefficient and cumbersome. The solution being suggested elsewhere is to return the created or modified data, however JScript (the language being...
  22. Modification by a function of the value of it's parameter

    This is a theoretical question about languages and development theoretically.

    What do software development theorists say about functions that modify the values of parameters passed to them? Is it...
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    Try doing a search. I did and got the following, but you should do the search yourself also.

    Install Slackware using a bootable USB stick - Alien's Wiki
    Bootable USB Flash Drive - ThePCSpy.com...
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    Or CD-ROM, but I don't know how to easily test that. Probably if you were to develop the capability of booting from hard drive then that can be used for a CD-ROM also. Are you familiar with the...
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    Re: Writing My Own Operating System

    Do you have the answer for this?


    I assume there is a good reason for that but I am curious what that is. Why do you "wish not to store it on the hard drive"?

    The original IBM PC could boot...
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