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    Mystery of the Modeless Dialog

    I am looking at some code similar to this. I have theories as to
    why the destructor is never called. In my opinion, the dialog does go
    out of scope...the manager object should automatically...
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    Re: trouble with an interface

    Is it a compiler error? A runtime error? What is going on. Don't worry about it if your having a hard time expressing it, just struggle through it.
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    Re: Notepad controlled by VC++ 6.0

    Nice Article Ovi
    http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/cpp/cpp_mfc/general/article.php/c18511/MFC-Controlling-Notepad-From-C-Applications.htm
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    Re: C++ Interview Questions

    Brads question is what are specific questions you have been asked in an interview.
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    Re: C++ Interview Questions

    bing translate makes a bit more sense out of it here:
    http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=&to=en&a=http%3A%2F%2Fguitarcplusplus.blogspot.ro%2F2014%2F03%2Finterview-questions-c.html
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    Re: GLEW missing GL version but valid context

    call


    GLenum err = glewInit();

    before you call


    std::cout << glGetString(GL_VERSION) << std::endl;
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    Re: C++ Interview Questions

    If you have a class derived from a base class, and each has a constructor and a destructor, what is the order that the constructors are called in when an object of the derived type is created? When...
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    Re: Smart pointers in C++

    Oh no I did not say that it was the defining feature, just part of the functionality of the smart pointer, using a manger object to delete a pointer with no references.
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    Re: Smart pointers in C++

    auto_ptr is deprecated. (as you may know unique_ptr is the better choice as of c++14).

    There is no point in re-implementing a deprecated construct, even if you fixed it,
    I would suggest you name...
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    Re: Access violations and lost PBD files

    I concurr on the vectors, because of the issues surrounding shared pointers and the use of arrays. You have to create a custom deleter to pass to the shared pointer constructor. This is not really...
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    Re: Access violations and lost PBD files

    Additionally, pdb files contain debugging and state information,
    so if these files have problems, that may lend to trouble debugging
    his project. Hence the re-build.
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    Re: Access violations and lost PBD files

    There is no doubt that raw pointers cause problems, but they still like to see them in academia as well as at interviews apparently. The extra shared pointer part just adds confusion to the...
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    Re: Access violations and lost PBD files

    Maybe your talking about pdb files? Program database files? Try rebuilding your project and debugging as just suggested.
  14. Thread: Socktn error

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    Re: Socktn error

    Most of us have full time jobs in addition to helping you. It would be good if You would provide more details on this post. Also good in the future if in future posts you provide us with the...
  15. Thread: Socktn error

    by ahoodin
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    Re: Socktn error

    Please provide Which call is erroring out, and why don't you copy and paste the results of
    running your program into code tags here.

    printf("WSAEventSelect for sock failed. WSAGetLastError() =...
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    Re: Help! free() invalid pointer error

    When you don't post the whole code, you are assuming that you know where the bug is, and that precludes other people from observing all possibilities. Not posting your whole code makes the problem...
  17. Re: Binary representation of the character value

    Does it have to follow that particular pattern? It would be relatively easy to offset and reduce ASCII a little and make that fit your scheme.
  18. Re: Socket Programming -- Sending image and received notice.

    Hmmm well if you have never done socket programming before, I suggest starting simple. Don't try to run before you crawl.

    Here is a good book on the subject:...
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    Re: Sending email using SMTP

    There are libraries for email with google. There will be sample code out there. It will allow you to work with the security. Your ISP may incidentally block SMTP.
  20. Re: Standard C++98 Banking System example with OOPS

    I find the wording of the phrase banking system to be suspect.

    Do you mean like the UK banking system?
    Or an accounting system?
    Or a computer system
    that runs a single bank?
    Or a whole chain...
  21. Re: How to post data from client to another page?

    Honestly, if your not using standard GET and POST transactions (which you aren't) then in this case you should:

    #1 Send Socket Transactions to Server.
    #2 Server Accepts Socket Transaction and...
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    Re: Problem with deletion of Singleton.

    Yes I concur with TubularX. Best use smart pointers in this case.
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    Re: Why is Microsoft pushing Windows 10 so hard?

    Hope your solution works mate, please let us know if it did. ...Also in other cases that sort of thing has to really gum up the works when it comes to existing / "legacy" automation.
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    pdb-eam me up scotty?

    I want to look at some crash dumps but can't due to mismatched dates between executibles and pdb files.

    Apparently there was some data lost at some point and the restore software must have striped...
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    Re: Why is Microsoft pushing Windows 10 so hard?

    You should not turn your OS into nagware. It is your customers choice to upgrade and you should not create a situation where you are inconveniencing the planet. I have heard good things about...
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