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    Re: Odd question about VS2010 and my project

    Interesting. I observe the same phenomenon in the main project I'm currently working on, but, following Arjay's advice from post #7, I found out that both the form's .h and .resx files remain...
  2. Re: PipeClient c# to PipeServer c++ : Deserializing confusion (need help)

    Why do you think the .NET framework binary formatter could de-serialize a native pipe handle (or any other native type, for that matter)? Its Deserialize() member accepts a System::IO::Stream object...
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    Re: Homework Assistance Needed

    In addition to all that has been stated correctly in the earlier responses you got already: txtAge and lblPrice seem to be intended to represent some controls on a form. However, by declaring them as...
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    Re: Making form constantly maximized

    Right, they don't have scroll bars by default. But adding scroll bars yourself using the designer (or programmatically) actually is hardly ever necessary and requres quite some programming effort on...
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    Re: child form controls

    I don't really understand your description of your scenario, but as a general design guideline, have the MDI parent form do all the management of the child forms. If you want a child form to trigger...
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    Re: Making form constantly maximized

    I don't see how a "constantly maximized" form could help to consistently avoid the need for scroll bars. :confused: What, for instance, if you want to work on something that's even larger than the...
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    Re: Making form constantly maximized

    Perhaps the first questiin to ask is: Why do you want your program to behave like that? What is the high-level (probably equivalent to user-level) goal you're trying to achieve?

    I can imagine a...
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    Re: Could not find type int

    This is one of the things that may happen in such a situation,. Better create an entirely new Windows Forms project and start over. If you've already made any significant effort in writing code in...
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    Re: Could not find type int

    Is the InitialzeComponent() function of which you posted the first lines the one created by the Visual C++ IDE in a form class' header file? The first two lines of the function body look like they've...
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    Re: Program runs ONLY if debugger is attached

    Another possible cause for different behaviour when run by double-clicking it in Explorer vs. running it from inside the IDE is the current working directory. When run from Explorer, that is the...
  11. Re: Issue with using the fourms - cannot edit or post

    I can confirm that the Quick Reply text box as well as related buttons (at least sometimes) are missing when the Clipstream ad is displayed on the page; using Dolphin Browser 10.2.7 on Android.
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    Re: problem with arrays in WinApi

    Thanks. :thumb:



    I'm not quite sure what you're meaning by that description. Perhaps something like these?

    32425

    The Windows Forms equivalent of this is the standard tab control.
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    Re: problem with arrays in WinApi

    Or, perhaps, some moderator can move this thread over there. Now it seems quite clear that it's C++/CLI what the OP is bound to. I'd really like to reply to post #7 in the C++/CLI section, but,...
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    Re: problem with arrays in WinApi

    Nope,doesnt work to me. Syntax error missing ';' before '<'. I'm propably doing sth wrong[/QUOTE]

    It does work. ... provided, however, that it's in a module compiled with CLR support (which...
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    Re: problem with arrays in WinApi

    ... or, in case you actually do want to go the C++/CLI route, you'd need to create one of the CLR project types (preferably CLR Console Application or Windows Forms Application) instead of a Win32...
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    Re: hmm can some one help me in this code

    What is the overall configuration of your project, in particular, what type of project is it and what modules does it contain? A DLL just by itself, even if it compiles and links, doesn't run...
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    Re: Saving an array as a file

    Don't get deterred by all that math stuff. As I said, for the purpose of your image lookup you can simply ignore most of that. In this context, just think of "matrix" as a fancy term for...
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    Re: Saving an array as a file

    You're welcome. :)



    In this case, depending on your actual coverage of the array and its distribution, it may be advatageous to treat your array as a sparse matrix. (... extending what's...
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    Re: Saving an array as a file

    Some more thoughts...

    Assuming your files are named 0.bmp to 16777215.bmp (file number calculated as (i << 16) + (j << 8) + k), the average file name length is 11.3 characters. This amounts to an...
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    Re: Saving an array as a file

    If the file is not meant to be exchanged with other programs, IOW just gets written out by your program and read back in by the very same program, the most straightforward approach probably is simply...
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    Re: System::Object in C++

    Yep!



    That's the closest you can get to handling managed objects in a pure native app, in case you have an out-of-process COM wrapper around the managed classes involved. Your app wouldn't...
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    Re: CComPtr System.AccessViolationException

    Well, the name of that class suggests that it's from a library you didn't implement yourself, so you may not simply change that one into a native class. If you need that class and are not accessing...
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    Re: CComPtr System.AccessViolationException

    Why did you implement CameraHook as a managed class at all? I can't see any reaon for that in what you posted, and turning it into a native class may alreafy eliminate your probem, as native/managed...
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    Re: Linear search using recursive function

    Some months ago, I implemented a basic recursive flood fill. It worked just fine with the small bitmaps (90x90 IIRC) it was used for in that appliction. Then I added a simple, harmless (at least...
  25. Re: Reading in Data and Displaying out all Data in Linked List

    Your returnItem() function doesn't contain the slightest trace of a loop to enumerate the items entered, so what else could you really expect than a single item being output?
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