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    Rendering a bitmap to a canvas

    Hello,

    I've subclassed Canvas so that I can override its Render function. I need to know how I can load a bitmap in WPF and render that to the canvas. I'm completely new to WPF and I haven't found...
  2. Re: Question about CV-Qualifiers for class members

    If that's the case then I'm sure you meant "int* const p".

    You have all confirmed that how I originally thought this worked is indeed correct. However, I guess I'm a bit disappointed. I've always...
  3. Re: Question about CV-Qualifiers for class members

    Thanks for the info everyone. What about const member functions? I never try to modify the data being pointed to by the pointer, so I'm not really sure about this fundamental rule. If I call a const...
  4. Question about CV-Qualifiers for class members

    Hello,

    I'm looking for the location in the C++03 standard that discusses the rules for const qualification of members when a class object is const-qualified. For example, if I have a class like...
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    Re: C++ Memory Leak Detector?

    Except this isn't free...
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    Re: C++ Memory Leak Detector?

    That's right. I'm on Windows. Sorry for not mentioning this.
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    C++ Memory Leak Detector?

    Hi everyone,

    I'm looking for a decent FREE solution to checking for memory leaks in my C++ application. I know about Boundschecker, PurifyPlus, and GlowCode, however all of these cost money and...
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    Re: 'long long' not standard

    On 64-bit windows, long is only 32 bits? What the? That means 'int' must be less than or equal to 32 bits!!
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    'long long' not standard

    Hi,

    I was doing a bit of reading into the C++03 standard and I noticed that 'long long' is not standard. If it is not standard, why have so many compilers (Especially MSVC) made up a non-standard...
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    Re: The "best" python IDE

    Programmer's Notepad is not really an IDE, but it has a great project management feature and nice Python syntax highlighting. You can also setup Python as a command line utility in the editor and run...
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    Re: DLL's and EXP files

    I'm doing that, however it's still not working unless I provide the EXP file.
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    DLL's and EXP files

    Hi,

    Currently I'm using LoadLibrary() to load a DLL I compiled. However, I'm finding that GetProcAddress() will not work unless an EXP file is bundled with the DLL.

    Is there a way of getting...
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    Re: Python Forum

    I haven't been doing much Python development on my end right now, so I have nothing to discuss. Later, however, when I start doing a little more python programming I will definitely be using it more....
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    Re: Comma usage in initializers

    The reason why I am bringing this up is because Microsoft asserts that the C++ language allows the behavior. I quote from one of the blogs posted to the Visual Studio Developer Blog:



    The full...
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    Re: Comma usage in initializers

    Everything you've just said I already understood, however your first code example is confusing, I'm not sure what you're trying to point out.

    I'm specifically expecting this behavior to be...
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    Comma usage in initializers

    Consider the following example:


    int foo[] = { 3, 4, 5, };

    Note that above I have a comma operator after the last element in the initializer. An example presenting the exact same behavior can...
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    Re: Names beginning with _ or __

    Yes, he did say it. Quote below:
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    Re: Names beginning with _ or __

    I'm not saying that macros are in the "global scope" category.

    Googler states, if I am understanding correctly, that only global variables (not macros) can conflict with implementation defined...
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    Re: Names beginning with _ or __

    Hey guys,

    I'm bringing this topic back to life because quite frankly I still feel there's a couple of things that remain unanswered.

    In the quote above, googler states that it only applies to...
  20. Casting Signed to Unsigned: Undefined Behavior?

    Hi,

    First take a look at this quote from the C++03 standard:



    This is the closest thing I can find in the standard that explains this behavior:

    unsigned int Foo = (int)-4;
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    Re: Member pointer selector issues

    That doesn't make sense. You should be able to use the member as-is. It seems odd to have to define your non-static members as if they were static.
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    Member pointer selector issues

    Hi,

    I've never actually used ->* or .* before, and I decided that I would experiment with them just to see if I understand how they work. The code below, however, does not compile:



    class...
  23. Re: Confused about ODR (One Definition Rule)

    But, it's more than just bad... it's illegal. You can't possibly successfully compile and link your application with duplicate symbols.

    If I have a header, for example, that has a static function...
  24. Confused about ODR (One Definition Rule)

    Hi,

    At the wikipedia page located here, it states the following in regards to the definition of ODR:

    "# In any translation unit, a template, type, function, or object can have no more than one...
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    Re: Question about internal linkage

    Thanks for your response to my inquiry. Could you explain what you mean by "first found"? How does this violate ODR (Note that I already am a little bit fuzzy on the definition of ODR)?
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