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    Re: Reverse Scrollbar

    Just remember there is a DIFFERENT forum here for WPF....

    http://www.codeguru.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=99
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    Re: Reverse Scrollbar

    Michal,

    For WPF that is indeed a good solution. When the question was posted about 3 years ago, the presumption was that it was WinForms....
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    Re: Visual C++ 6.0 on Vista

    Nomad, you raise some valid points. But the FACT remains that if a person (especially a beginning student) learns C++ by using the VC++ 6.0 compiler, they will HAVE TO adopt practices which are NOT...
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    Re: .Net to native?

    If someone is writing "jelly bean" programs and attempting to sell them, they are typically looking at a sell price of well under $100 (US). Much of the competition already comes in the form of other...
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    Re: How do you test your c++ code?

    * Started programming (more than "playing" with) computers in 1972
    * First paid programing work in 1975
    * First fulltime programming job in 1977

    Now (almost 37 years later) I still love it.........
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    Re: How do you test your c++ code?

    No kiddiny, after the turbo blew (it shattered the housing - which sould not have happened), they were pulling shrapnel out of the walls for weeks..

    Back (at least closer) to the topic.

    The...
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    Re: How do you test your c++ code?

    That makes alot more sense :wave::wave:

    You mentioned "talking to hardware" in a previous post. I have long (since the 1970's ) been a big fan of using "simulators/emulators" where ever possible....
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    Re: How do you test your c++ code?

    I do a good amount of industrial automation, and "true" real-time systems (requiring response times measured in the sub-millisecond range), yet 80% or more of you code testing is done in conditions...
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    Re: is WPF still BETA?

    WPF was released well over a year ago [2/19/2008] and is extremely reliable with plenty of large scale busiless applications implemented using this technology.

    Because of fundamental philosophical...
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    Re: .Net to native?

    1) ANY program can be reverse engineered. Until DRM is embedded in the processor itself, this will be true. I have reverse engineered programs written in just about every language over the past 30...
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    Re: 2009 MVP Global Summit

    That is right up there with banning "Manhole Cover" :rolleyes:
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    Re: 2009 MVP Global Summit

    Is that an insuation that my Wife (who does appear in some of the pictures is NOT a Lady? :mad::mad:

    (I am just teasing/joking :wave::wave:)
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    Re: How to prevent outofmemory exeption?

    I am 99% certain that IDataRecord.GetChars(..) uses an internal buffer. If this buffer is in managed code, then it does nothing to address the LOH issue. If it is in native code, then it may help.
    ...
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    Re: Drawing from Object

    A choice....

    1) Spend a few weeks/months properly learning what you need to know.
    2) Pay someone who has invested the requisite time.

    Since this is (I believe) a school assignment, option #2...
  15. Re: how to improve my cpu performace using vc++

    Please stop wasting peoples time by creating duplicate posts. Please ask a moderator to delete this thread.
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    Re: how to increase cpu utilization to 100%

    As stated previously YOU must design your application so the work is divided up into parts that can be perfomed independantly. It is NOT something the computer does. It is entirely controlled by how...
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    Re: Whose PC is it anyway?

    For starter, do NOT use an admisistrator account. ONLY use a "Limited USer" account for you regular day to day tasks.

    Then start ACL'ing down all of the directories to only allow exactly what you...
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    Re: Sockets in C#

    You make sure "the other side" knows you are going to close the connection, so it can close it cleanly. :rolleyes:
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    Re: Whose PC is it anyway?

    That shows a very bassic lack of understanding about security, and even what a firewall is.

    A firewall looks at who ORIGINATES a connection and what the TARGET is. If neither is blocked it allows...
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    Agreed. I was just was pointing out that the conversion to a boolean will (almost) always involve a comapre and BRANCH operation. In many ways the compiler warning and manual implementation (simply...
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    Re: Whose PC is it anyway?

    If anything can be installed on your machine without explicit permission from you, then it means exactly one thing... YOU do not have your properly secured.

    Proper security has been viable since...
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    As a side note, most of the suggestions (except GCDEF's) are eplicit implementations of the performance degradition that the compilerabout when implicitly implementing identical logic). All they have...
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    Re: Too many pass by reference functions??

    Yet these conceptual topics are what really needs to be taught and understood before the person ever writes their first line of code, regardless of language. (At least that is my opinion, and basted...
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    Re: Too many pass by reference functions??

    Exactly!!!! Plus, think of what happens when you want to use the Card class in a WinForms or ASP.Net application :eek: By referencing "cout" you have added a constraint on the usage of the class that...
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    Re: Default constructor

    Actually, about 80%-90% of the time, it is indicative of a design flaw when the generated constructors do not work.


    A classic example is in this vbery sample, where a raw pointer is being used...
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