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    VS 2010 Project Property Sheet !

    Hi,
    In VS 2010, I know that there is an option to add project property sheet, under "Property Manager" Menu.
    But can someone explain why do we need to add a New Project Property Sheet?
    Under the...
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    Re: static vs dynamic array

    Okay Thanks. It makes sense
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    static vs dynamic array

    Hi,
    I was just curious if there is a performance difference (e.g access time, speed, ...) between allocating static memory vs dynamic memory?
    For example, if am reading data from a file, and...
  4. Thread: Jpeg Decoder

    by rudy01
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    Jpeg Decoder

    Hi everyone,

    I am using C/C++, and I am trying to decode a jpeg image. My images are small in size (320x240), but the processor that the code has to run on is very slow.

    I found that some of...
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    c++ image over ethernet

    Hi,
    I am running Linux. I would like to use C to grab the Ethernet packets, which in my case happen to be video frames. I wouldn't want to do a real time processing, and all I want to do is to...
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    help with winUSB

    Hi all,


    I would really really appreciate some help with winUSB. I wasn't sure where else to post this. I wasn't able to find much help on this topic elsewhere. So, if you know of a better place...
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    Re: Visual C++ PaintEventArgs

    Perfect,
    Thanks a lot for taking the time and replying. It is making sense, and thanks for attaching the demo paint code.

    Thanks again,
    --Rudy
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    Re: fwrite calculating elapsed Time

    Thanks for all the help guys.
    It actually worked. "QueryPerformanceCounter" and "QueryPerformanceFrequency" are really what I need.
    They are giving me a very precise different timing measures for...
  9. Re: Visual C++ Multi-Threading (Please please HELP)

    Nice.
    I didn't know the code is there ready to download. I will certainly do that, and will look in detail into it, and I may ask you questions, if I come across something that I don't understand. ...
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    fwrite calculating elapsed Time

    Hi All,
    I have a question.
    I would like to actually have some measure of roughly how long it takes to do a fwrite to a drive.

    when i do the following:


    clock_t begin = clock();
    unsigned...
  11. Re: Visual C++ Multi-Threading (Please please HELP)

    Thanks a lot.
    I have to deliver some working code by Monday. So, even though I really want to dig into the Multi-Threading, but I was able to get it resolved with the DoEvent for now.
    I really...
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    Visual C++ PaintEventArgs

    Hi everyone,
    I followed the example on MSDN, which was very helpful (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.painteventargs.painteventargs.aspx).

    However, the problem that I...
  13. Visual C++ Multi-Threading (Please please HELP)

    Hi All,

    This is the problem I have. I have one simple Windows Form application, and I have two buttons.

    With the first button, I am writing to a disk drive (using fwrite), and this part works...
  14. Re: Visual C++ Multi-Threading (Please please HELP)

    All right,
    Thanks. I will post my question there under the same Thread, but explain the simpler form of what I want to do.

    --Rudy
  15. Visual C++ Multi-Threading (Please please HELP)

    Hello All,
    I am not an expert in C++ programmer, but I have done some simple programming before. I would really appreciate some help.

    I have written a .NET program, using Windows form...
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    Re: boost systemfile

    just found out that I am using boost version 1.45, and gcc version 3.3.6

    /apps/boost/1.45.0/lib:/apps/gcc/4.3.5/lib

    when I tried to use higher version of gcc (e.g. 4.4.0, 4.5.1, 4.6.0), I am...
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    Re: boost systemfile

    I think I am using version 1.0

    // Use, modification, and distribution is subject to the Boost Software
    // License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy
    // at...
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    Re: boost systemfile

    Let me rephrase my question to be more specific, and I wouldn't bother the reader by referring to Windows/UNIX platform.

    this is my question:
    I have the following directory pattern (Dir1 is the...
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    boost systemfile

    Hello all,
    I am trying to use the "path" and "copy_file" functions of boost filesystem in C++, and they work fine, except for cases when there are hidden files/subdirectories as below:

    for...
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