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    Re: Qt and QML Game Development

    Qt is a powerful framework, you can develop whatever you want with it.
    As Qt isn't designed for games, so It's not so productive as some game frameworks, such as XNA of microsoft.
  2. Thread: C++

    by deyili
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    Re: C++

    you will get endless loop if the input isn't integer.
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    Re: Video-game Progamming project [help]

    add "cin.ignore(); " after "cin.clear();"
  4. Thread: Web forums

    by deyili
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    Re: Web forums

    good bye, Enjoy your trip home。
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    Re: problem with chess app

    I think C# is easier to start with.
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    Re: Urgent: C++ Webservice call

    If you are not using MFC or .NET, you should start from socket。
  7. Thread: So sad!

    by deyili
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    Re: So sad!

    what do you have in your driver ?
  8. Thread: ideas?

    by deyili
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    Re: ideas?

    It depends on what features will be put in this application.
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    Re: create a windowsform from an xml file..

    WPF(Silverlight) forms are represented with XAML, XAML is actually a kind of xml.
  10. Re: Searching an input .txt file for a key string

    you could put the line into a STL string, and call its member function "find()" .
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    Re: noob error: spawning entities from file.

    firstly:
    obj_array = new CEntity[map_size];
    you store object in array instead of point, so pls change into this:
    obj_array = new CEntity*[map_size];

    Secondly:
    as for the compiling error,...
  12. Thread: if(a == b == c)

    by deyili
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    Re: if(a == b == c)

    parentheses are free!
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    Re: Stuck with sockets/packets

    and if you want build a server, here is an example for you:
    1 #include "unp.h"

    2 int
    3 main(int argc, char **argv)
    4 {
    5 int listenfd, connfd;
    6 pid_t childpid;
    7 ...
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    Re: Stuck with sockets/packets

    As far as i know, Actionscript of flash has some built-in class for socket programming.
    such as class "Socket" in namespace "flash.net.Socket", here is an example:

    package {
    import...
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    Re: Changing Wallpaper

    There is a system call for changing wallpaper? I don't know yet.
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    Re: global variable not part of namespace

    yes, you are right. but how do we do when global data sharing is inevitable ?
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    Re: Vector Iterators Incompatible

    vecvec[0].erase(it);
    break;
  18. Re: can i get compilation version to promote by one and use in code in c++

    if you are using Vc++, this may help you.
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;237870
  19. Re: can i get compilation version to promote by one and use in code in c++

    you can use _MFC_VER and _DEBUG

    examples:

    #if _MSC_VER < 1202
    //EVC 4.0 complier is cross 1200 - 1202
    #else if _MSC_VER >= 1400
    //Visual C++ 2005 complier is 1400
    ...
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    Re: global variable not part of namespace

    add "extern classobject *var1;" in file2.cpp will be ok.


    using global variables in cpp is a very bad behavior!!
    you should use the singleton pattern instead.
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    Re: Operator [] Overloading

    template <typename T>
    class Row
    {
    public:
    const T& operator []( int i);
    //..........
    };


    template <typename T>
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    Re: new to c++, getting error

    you miss the line: using namespace std;
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    It's better to split code into header and source files!
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