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    Re: vb.net ... why bother?

    if you changed the VB6 to VB.net with the explicit purpose of making it go faster.
    Then you shouldn't have started at all.

    If you did so with another purpose in mind, then yes, you'll loose some...
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    Re: block website using c++

    of course that CAN be done.
    that's what stuff like internet security software, proxies and firewalls does.

    the question is really what do you want it to do, and are you prepared to go through the...
  3. Re: Software for comparing sets of words for similarity

    there are alternatives, such as the one that goes through the process of first converting the word to a phonetic script, then matching similarity of the phonemes rather than similarity of characters....
  4. Re: How to understand this simple piece of code?

    there's an r in main() ? :p
  5. Re: Can you think of anything wrong with this code.

    Happy to oblige :p

    it's still better to figure this stuff out early when you just have a day ruined.
    it can ruin weeks if you discover stuff like this when you're near the end of your development...
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    Re: Unicode and CString::Find() problem

    you are looking for "your ip address is"
    but are you 100% sure that said text is appearing EXACTLY LIKE THAT in the raw html yourself.

    it may appear that way when it's RENDERED in the browser,...
  7. Re: Software for comparing sets of words for similarity

    note that soundex or similar could be problematic for some languages.

    the 'ough' in "the bough of the ship" sounds like "baw".
    whereas in "this is soundex stuff is tough" sounds like "tuff".
    ...
  8. Re: Shared Memory to make objects of an application persistent?

    shared memory only works for applications running on the same physical machine. Typically, the apps also need to be running under the same instance of the OS if you're virtualizing multiple OSes on...
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    Re: Developing HTTP Server using C++

    The debug folder under the project is where the intermediate files for compilation will go. (.obj, .tlog, etc...)

    The debug filder of the solution is where the output files (exe, dll and pdb) of...
  10. Re: Can you think of anything wrong with this code.

    that is is exactly what I'm saying. for VC, memory allocation via new will be 8 byte aligned regardless of alignment requirements of the object (that is for the total allocation not for allocation...
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    xHTML Re: Learning XHTML (transitional)

    xhtml is just html that's got a few extra restrictions to make it xml valid.
    such as requiring each element to be closed, and to be balanced (among others). or in a more broader sence, to require...
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    Re: UDP c++ client/server with 700 Mbps rate

    Myth: gigabit eternet will give you 1Gb/s transfer rate.


    The above speed is the link transfer, it doesn't say much about actual throughput you'll get from connection to connection.
    There is...
  13. Re: Can you think of anything wrong with this code.

    if you allocate with new. Then those objects will typically be 8byte aligned, some compilers have 16byte alignment guarantee on new.
    This is essentially part of how the underlying API's work.
    This...
  14. Re: Debug a Native DLL written in VC++.NET 2010 Express called from a VB.NET .exe fil

    Put your vb app and your vc dll into the same solution.
    set the VB app as default
    open the source for the VC dll
    set the breakpoint where you want
    'debug'
  15. Re: Calling a DLL written in VC++.NET Native Code from a VB.NET project

    you probably forgot to also add the __stdcall in the extern-prototype definition.

    definition and declaration need to match up you know :p
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    Re: Worker Thread handle leak

    ;-)

    This is precicely my point actually. It "appears" to work some of the time. It only starts to break down (horribly) if the thread you create starts executing AND terminates before the code...
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    Re: IF-free conception.

    Actually... NO.
    the compiler generated version is better.

    you're assuming fewer lines of assembly (fewer instructions) is better. or that whichever solution uses the least clockcycles according...
  18. Re: First project: Esimation for feasability and level of difficulty appreciated

    also, for a web based game, you can probably get a lot done already just by making shortcuts/favourites with "javascript:your_code_here_()" and accessing the DOM from the javascript to do some...
  19. Re: First project: Esimation for feasability and level of difficulty appreciated

    reading pixels is notoriously slow, and for some apps very difficult because pixels may not have precise colors every time.
    it is particularly dificult if you need to read values (numbers, tekst)...
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    Re: how to paint the graph area in VC++

    1) draw the graph, close it. then use a floodfill.

    2) don't draw the upper graph line, rather, draw decenderlines from the graph point down(up) to the the X axis (you can also view this as...
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    Re: IF-free conception.

    This is your first and probably biggest mistake, because it DOES need a genius programmer, or rather, genius has a wrong conotation, "expert" is a better word.


    99.9% of programmers out there...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    actually, what you're describing about mopeks (I didn't really make out what you intended it to do)
    sounds a lot like Eureqa of which a demonstration program was released in 2009 and usable versions...
  23. Re: Calling a DLL written in VC++.NET Native Code from a VB.NET project

    functions you export from a DLL which you intend to be usable from languages OTHER than C/C++ should be declared as being __stdcall (as opposed to the default __cdecl).

    That's for Win32 apps. ...
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    Re: Worker Thread handle leak

    it's one of the more annoying 'features' of how MFC does things. if you don't know or don't 'get' what's going on, then your "waiting for thread" code just doesn't work and it can take quite a bit...
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Unless the problem is defined incorrectly, NP (hard) problems tend not to have algorithmic solutions (or rather "none have been foud yet").

    In that case, parallellizing is a feasible solution to...
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