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    Re: Class Constructor Parameters

    Please zip up your project and attach the file. Are you using Code::Blocks with wxSmith? What version of Code::Blocks and which OS?
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    Re: Find substring from a string

    The find() and substr() will also work for the second option. Use find the locate the periods (".") that constitue the boundries of the field you are testing. So in your example you would look for...
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    Re: C++ (Bubble search/Vector delete) help

    If you search the articles on codeGuru you will find several that explain/implement bubble searches.
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    Re: Visual C++ publish

    BTW - that's not really a Visual C++ question.
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    Re: Visual C++ publish

    That depends on a number of factors, among them:
    1. What kind of applicaiton is it (e.g. Conslole app, MFC, Windows Forms, WPF)?
    2. Did you statically link the MS libraries?
    3. Are you linking...
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    Re: Help! problem with arrays

    Please make sure you code compiles and links before posting it, unless your question is about compiler/linker errors.

    The code would not compile because of spurious text on lines 54 and 59.

    A...
  7. Thread: C Programming

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    Re: C Programming

    If you don't know either C or C++, why not just atart with C++? Do you have a spcific requriement for C?

    And C is very widely used, escpecially in embedded programming.
  8. Re: sugession neaded for developement of a c++ code for an Embedded system applicatio

    Visual Studio will not produce a binary that can be used by a Philips lpc2194 microprocessor.

    You can use it to develop the code as long as you make sure that you don't use any Microsoft specific...
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    Re: How much it takes from you to master C++ ?!

    It is impossble to judge the difficulty of switching between paradigms, because that is much more dependent upon how the individual thinks and their ability to internalize the different concepts.
  10. Re: heading in a cartesian coordinate system question

    If xX is horizontal and Y is vertical, then 10, 0 is 10 units to the right of 0,0 alnong the X axis. A 270 degree heading would be due West. And point straight to 0,0.


    Absoulely!
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    Re: Give output to child process

    You need to post the actual project code that has the issue.



    #include <iostream>
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    using namespace std;
    int main() {
    int x1, x2;
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    Re: Existing code for String to Expression?

    This is probably what you are looking for.

    http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/23061/MathParser-Math-Formula-Parser
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    Re: Resizing windows and scrollbars

    So what is your question?
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    Re: How much it takes from you to master C++ ?!

    Paul captured my sentiment/intent.

    I can write efficient relaiable apps in several languages. I'm especially good at real-time back-end processing apps and diagnostic tool. I know MFC very...
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    Re: How much it takes from you to master C++ ?!

    Ditto for me. Most of my "C++" experience is in embeded avionoics, which is really "C with classes". After 12 years, I still don't consider myself a master, but I can code just about any type of...
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    Re: Moving an image using a IR sensor(MFC)?

    The closest thing that I know of would be thisone:
    http://hackaday.com/2008/10/30/how-to-usb-remote-control-receiver/
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    Re: Moving an image using a IR sensor(MFC)?

    Sure you can. You would need to convert thew sensor data to pixel/screen coordinates and sync it (like the Android callibration functionality). Then you could use the sensor data to set the...
  18. Re: Using _bstr_t and _variant_t in a C++ application

    What you are doing for memory management in the COM client should have no affect on the COM server. Unless you are issuing commands to the COM server after retrieving your data. Are you?

    Are you...
  19. Re: Using _bstr_t and _variant_t in a C++ application

    It is very difficult to debug code snippets. Have you tried making a test application that only exercises the code that is failing?

    All I'm seeing ehre is data retrieval. A COM app should never...
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    Re: Serial Com: COM1 being occupied.

    Skizmo is correct, if COM1 is in use try COM2, COM3, etc. (assuming you have moe than 2 COM ports.).
  21. Re: How can I implement bidirectional communication between two processes?

    a semaphore is not going to pass a message. It's only going to let you know the availability of a resource.

    I usually use shared memory. It may be overkill in your instance (I don't know but you...
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    Re: Class Constructor Parameters

    You should have told us this to begin with. Code::Blocks isn't going to work with the MFC.

    You can get Visual C++ Express to work with the MFC (without the Forms Wizard) by downloading and...
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    Re: Learn C++ from C

    The STL is not compatible with the Win API. At least not the way you are indicating that you want to use it.

    If your primary motivation is to write Windows apps, I agree with GCDE, concentrating...
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    Re: Class Constructor Parameters

    Let's try this again. If you don't post the entire project, it makes it much harder for us to help you.



    #include "Resources.h"
    #include "WinMenuFile.h"
    #include "OpenFile.h"
    #include...
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    Re: How to open url with Http Method POST?

    http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/66625/A-Fully-Featured-Windows-HTTP-Wrapper-in-C
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