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    Re: who can solve this?

    hi rashid

    I'm your teacher and you are disqualified from the course for trying to cheat on this assignment

    please do not come to our class again
  2. Re: ODBC SQLBulkOperations obtain Identities

    Found out I have to do Fetch after SQLBulkOperations

    Kind of annoying to just Fetch all columns and only need data for one column (the identity column)
  3. ODBC SQLBulkOperations obtain Identities

    Hello,

    I'm using SQLBulkOperations to insert rows in bulk. I'm using SQLBindCol to bind the columns before SQLBulkOperations().

    But how do I obtain the Identities? The bound buffer for the...
  4. C++ ODBC Multi Connections to Same DB or not?

    Hello!

    I made a C++ Wrapper on top of ODBC.

    I got a Connection, and a Statement class.
    The Connection class holds the Database Connection ODBC Handle.
    The Statement class holds the Statement...
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    Re: Flooded WndProc

    Games like Half-Life 1, Counterstrike I tested on aswell.

    You can reproduce the bug simply by making a new standard Win32 Application project in Visual Studio.

    Then, make the following changes...
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    Re: Flooded WndProc

    No my program is a game and the code is not bugged.

    This 'feature' of windows occurs on many games actually I can confirm.
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    Re: Flooded WndProc

    Nevermind, it's a 'feature' of Windows.

    I'll see if I can build a workaround.
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    Re: Flooded WndProc

    BOOL CWindow::DoAllPeekMessage()
    {
    MSG msg;
    while( PeekMessageA( &msg, NULL, 0, 0, PM_REMOVE ) )
    {
    if( msg.message == WM_QUIT )
    bExit = TRUE;

    TranslateMessage( &msg );...
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    Flooded WndProc

    Hello,

    I have this situation on Windows XP:

    My program is a window, so it has an entry in the task bar.

    If you rightmouse click on the item in taskbar (so that menu appears with Close,...
  10. Thread: Symbol ~

    by ProgrammerC++
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    Symbol ~

    What does it do?




    ~x



    Sorry google won't let me search for symbols
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    Re: send() linux to windows?

    Solved it... I checked with packet analyzer and noticed that Linux sizeof(wchar_t) == 4.. and in windows sizeof(wchar_t) == 2...

    Great...
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    Re: send() linux to windows?

    Thanks for your response

    I checked it but both machines are Little Endian :(
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    [RESOLVED] send() linux to windows?

    Hi,

    I've written a network program based on berkeley socket standard.

    Everything works when it comes to accepting connection, connecting, sending data and receiveing data.

    However, if I run...
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    Re: fastest vector iteration

    Ok I'll just build my own array wrapper class it's the fastest of all :)
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    fastest vector iteration

    hallo alle,

    i need to know whats the fastest way to iterate through vector

    this:


    for( vector<MyObj*>::iterator it = vMyVector.begin(); it != vMyVector.end(); it++ )
    {
    MyObj * ptr = *it;
  16. Re: new and delete overloading

    I can only find examples about new and delete overloading inside a class, not globally
  17. [RESOLVED] new and delete overloading

    Hi,

    How do you simply overload new and delete to make your own allocator function?
    Throughout the whole project

    Thanks
  18. Re: how do i read an array of numbers pls?

    I dont know the numbers 'p' 'l' and 's'.
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    Socket and Pluggin Cable

    Hello,

    It seems (on a blocking socket) in a server-client applicaiton that:

    if the client plugs out his cable, the server will never know this... and thus recv() and send() will not fail.
    ...
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    Re: static and constructors

    A method does not contribute to the size of a class..

    It compiles, I tested and the constructor is called the first time I use GetInstance(), so not before main(), which is the weird thing,...
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    Re: static and constructors

    No. Nevermind, I do not feel like explaining why this situation could be tricky.
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    static and constructors

    Hi,

    When is the constructor called in a situation like this?




    class MyClass
    {
    public:
  23. Thread: Sleep(0)

    by ProgrammerC++
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    Re: Sleep(0)

    I've already realized that this approach is consuming 100% cpu.

    Instead I'm using an endless GetMessage() loop in the main thread and have a seperate thread Send a User defined message 'WM_UPDATE'...
  24. Thread: Sleep(0)

    by ProgrammerC++
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    Sleep(0)

    Hello,

    I have the following scenario:

    Multi-Threaded Server Application.
    I have a function which PeekMessage() all messages and returns if none left.
    I have a function that must be called...
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    Re: 32bit app on 64 bit

    And with that ofcourse I mean if it runs faster/ same / slower.
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