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  1. Re: Excel Formula Dollar Sign issue

    This is probably a parsing issue. You can leave them in, but use replace functions to remove/eliminate them when you need them out.

    We can not tell you more than this unless you post your real...
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    Re: We are hiring Full stack Developers.

    :lol:
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    Re: C++ Class member function Bug Can't see it

    Yes I concur. Your better off using a completed string library. Allocating memory with malloc inside of a macro sounds a little dicey at best. Who knows what errors could occur with the right text...
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    Are pointers evil? Not for the enlightened...

    They are here though:
    http://forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php?551239-C-Class-member-function-Bug-Can-t-see-it
    (Also pretty badly abused)
  5. Re: Code review request for displaying UI over the logon screen

    Cover mouth, looking like blowfish, what's going on? Uh yeah, time to refactor.
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    Very well stated. Kudos
  7. Re: Code review request for displaying UI over the logon screen

    Ouch, a real live goto statement...?!???
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    Troll much?
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    Re: Port Fowarding on Huawei HG532d

    We are not generic customer support. We can help you with generic programming problems, but really the best people to help you with that sort of thing is the Technical support team of the...
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    A. Pointers don't wear clothes.


    B. Nobody is talking about banning pointers or you didn't read. We are saying that they should only be used where necessary, not just because you can.

    C. I...
  11. Re: windbg Windows 7 64-Bit / Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

    Sorry, When I run analyze -v the debugger is not coming up with address or the line of code with with the problem. In order to see whether my debugger was malfunctioning, I created a simple project...
  12. windbg Windows 7 64-Bit / Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

    Can somebody weigh in here and tell me if they have experienced this?

    Also please tell me what exactly they experience with VS2010 Ultimate
    and Windbg.

    I have a laptop I am supposed to be...
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    Yep. He is religious and said they were a tool of the devil.
    He also went on to complain about a lot of misuse and abuse
    leading to strange crashes after code with many pointers
    was edited by...
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    Re: Abstraction concept problem?

    I met a man who said pointers were evil and did everything he could to avoid them. I don't go that far, but I think you should only use a pointer where it is really necessary.

    It is cumbersome...
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    Re: Is C# good for real-time applications?

    Everything OReubens says is absolutely correct, however you could use C# to write a part of the system that is not time critical, like just a UI for the realtime system as a whole. It would just...
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    Re: Implementig a hot-reload system

    Looks like both badly missed the point. If the XML doesn't change, but the logic does, then you might want a hot reload. Perhaps you could create an interpreted logic section in another XML file...
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    Re: User-defined message integer

    John, you want to use either WM_USER + n (where n is different for each user defined message) or WM_COMMAND to post messages from a thread to a Window.
  18. Re: TCP socket problem - IP:Port already in use.

    I suppose you could publish your server port in the ftp directory and clients could download a file that describes the port.
  19. Re: TCP socket problem - IP:Port already in use.

    So why not just use a different port if your configuration already uses 3000. Either that or find a way to change the port of TeamViewer. There must be a configuration method.
  20. Re: does a function know how much memory its parameters occupy?

    Note: In this case, It is possible to increase your stacksize in your project, not that you should really ever have to. The example was pretty static.
  21. Re: How Can I move MDI child window out of the frame window

    Maybe it was called "The Boring Thread"?
  22. Re: How Can I move MDI child window out of the frame window

    What is the longest thread at CG ever? I remember one that was silly and went on and on, and people were happy about it.
    It was a joke thread.:cool:
  23. Re: Starting my C# Journey looking for some advice

    Personally, PHP is still a viable programming language, and powerful too. C# is great, don't get me wrong, but I wouldn't "move on" from PHP. Don't listen to the haters, they are always there to...
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    Re: bitshifting / buffer overrun

    Yes I could see it being an endian issue, unless you know the platform, such as in the case of embedded systems.
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    Re: bitshifting / buffer overrun

    Oh sorry I was in a hurry.

    My question is: Why is it preferable to use bit shifting to convert your data from unsigned char to unsigned
    short? Looks like I would lose the hi byte in a buffer...
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