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  1. Re: A network stream of XML and XmlSerializer

    After some thinking, testing and researching we found a fix: The XmlReader can read from any stream without droping any data. Which means that one can easily extract the root element from the XML...
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    Re: So how's everyone doing?

    *pokes* You still alive?
    *pokes himself* Me still alive? Guess so!


    /been busy
  3. [RESOLVED] A network stream of XML and XmlSerializer

    Good day,

    I have a problem which presents as follows: We have a network stream from a socket. This one undergoes several transformations (AES then Base64) and finally ends in plain text...
  4. Thread: percentile

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    Re: percentile

    Open does not mean free of etiquette. Mind your written speech, for a friendly and polite together is the primary goal of this community.
  5. Thread: percentile

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    Re: percentile

    You should be thankful: Hundreds of people on here use their freetime to provide people in need - just like you - with answers. If you cannot honor this then you should probably leave this place at...
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    Re: What will happen if I say delete this

    ... or you end up in an endless recursion leading to a stack overflow if you do this in the destructor itself.
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    Re: how to add .lib files to projects

    By using a pragma:


    #pragma comment(lib, "path to lib.lib")
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    Re: What goes for cin here?

    This is not really WinAPI, thus: moved.
  9. Thread: Bad Decisions

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    Re: Bad Decisions

    As you wish... ;)
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    Re: The "last one to post on this thread wins" Thread

    You guys can never win... I will reclaim my throne in this thread... muahahahaha :wave:
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    Re: All Posts In This Thread Must Be Off Topic

    ...
  12. Re: Problem while calling a method in an .so file

    Have you tried making your member methods virtual?

    Btw: I learned it upon this tutorial: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/3687
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    Re: All Posts In This Thread Must Be Off Topic

    Neither did the Sea Priestess.
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    Re: Handle of process to process id

    An ID identifies the process and/or thread in your current windows session. To gain access to a thread/process (e.g. to check its status, kill it and so on) you need to "open" the Process. The open...
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    Re: mutex and pthread

    [ Moved ]
  16. Re: c-program on .html file transfering from client to server

    Try Cygwin. Cygwin is a Linux-alike environment for Windows. It provides a Linux compatible layer to Windows API calls. Your application should compile on this platform.
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    Re: A question about the sleep() function

    Yes. This technique is called multi threading.



    You can: Run either both in a thread or run one in a thread and the other one in the "main thread" (e.g. your application instance).
  18. Re: news headlines....50 years and above from now...

    And don't forget the Palme d'Or.

    In 20 years: I will prolly have my first kid. Yeah, Ausie-Spawn. Hehe... :D


    /or I will end up in the mental home, who knows for sure?
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    Though slightly "old" still a charming person: Torri Higginson
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    Re: 'new' and a ctor that throws.

    Thank you very much, very helpful :wave:
    And thank you Graham for clearing this up for me :wave:
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    Re: 'new' and a ctor that throws.

    No my troubles comes from a design that has a LOT OF "has a" relationships. ;) :wave:

    /btw: Nice to read from you Hobson ;)
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    Re: 'new' and a ctor that throws.

    Thank you Graham. Indeed my nightmare came true.

    I have a container class storing an huge amount of related data. To avoid a clumsy program I use 'new' to allocate the data when only needed. But...
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    'new' and a ctor that throws.

    Is it true, that when I create an instance of an object with 'new' and the ctor throws, the default operator new will deallocate the memory? And if yes, does it call my dtor?

    I am just curious...
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    Re: Asynchronous Socket

    [ Moved Thread ]
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    Re: can not delete a file

    You are welcome ;)
    But I have to admit, my eyes are getting sloppy :D
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