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    Re: Is this possible to make in C++?

    As I understand it you have a game that is NOT written by you that you play on your computer and you somehow want to add a graphic, a dot, to the very center of the game window.

    Firs of all, if...
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    Re: Willing to pay for help!

    You're going to pay someone to do your homework assignment?

    I hope the other people in this forum have sufficiently high work ethics so that they will choose not to respond to your request.
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    Re: MessageBox Problem??

    It is not at all clear what you are trying to do. The code you provid does not do anything with a message box. It merely gets a pointer to the application, castes it to a pointer to some kind of...
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    Re: MFC static text control

    Well, C# has the benefit of the long history of C++ behind it, and, of course, C++ was built on the experience of C.

    Although I would also add that how confusing a language is to someone just...
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    Re: plzzz I need your help

    Do you have any code at all already written? Are you stuck on a specific problem with wiring the code or are you asking for someone to provide the full solution for you?
  6. Thread: SetTimer

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    Re: SetTimer

    A window may have more than one timer. The nIDEvent parameter to the SetTimer method specifies which of the window's timers you are setting. When your window handles the WM_TIMER event it receives...
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    Re: String problem

    Can you put a breakpoint at the line where you do the Client = (LPCSTR)var.pbstrVal; and see if your Client variable actually gets the expected string? That will tell you whether the problem is a...
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    _getcwd returns wrong directory

    I've got an MFC program that I'm developing with Visual Studio. Within Visual Studio I set the working directory property for my project to a specific directory (i.e. I right-click on the project in...
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    Re: ipconfig information

    Mike,

    I really appreciate the information you've provided.

    This is pretty frustrating. I've been working on this program for quite some time and the test configuration that I've been using has...
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    Re: How do they know?

    cenk,

    You seem to be trying to do things to a site that the site doesn't want you to do. Do you really have a valid, legal, reason to be attempting this?

    A cautionary note:

    I built and...
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    Re: ipconfig information

    Mike,

    Thanks for the reply.

    I don't think that your suggestion of the Dynamic DNS is a feasible solution to this particular application. My server and client programs will potentially be used...
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    Re: ipconfig information

    Mike,

    Thank you for that link to whatismyip.com. That confirmed that the IP that is "visible" on the Internet is the one that shows up as the PPP adapter IP when I use ipconfig on my computer, as...
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    Re: ipconfig information

    It apears to me that it's an ethernet cable. It's definitely not a USB cable, and it is defintely not an internal model, so I gues it's reasonable to conclude that it's an ethernet cable.



    -...
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    Re: ipconfig information

    Mike,

    Thank you for the reply.

    But I'm still confused.

    My situation is NOT one of multiple workstations. I have two SEPARATE computers (not connected together by any LAN) and each is...
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    ipconfig information

    When I do an ipconfig at a DOS prompt on my computer it lists two different IP addresses. One is described as the "Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection" and the other is listed at the "PPP...
  16. Re: error compiling "typedef unsigned long long u64;"

    Try ULONGLONG instead of "unsigned long long"
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    CSocket connecting to own computer

    I have a client and a server program running, using the CSocket class to do the connecting and data transfer. When I run them on two separate computers, each connected to the internet by its own...
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    Call Stack

    When running an MFC dialog-based application which was compiled for debugging (but is not being run from within the IDE), is there any way from within the application itself that it can access the...
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    Re: BUILD always causes complete REBUILD

    Ah Ha!! Yes! Thank you, thank you, thank you! It wasn't quite exactly that but it was indeed a problem with the stdafx.h file. Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.

    - Roger
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    BUILD always causes complete REBUILD

    I've got a problem in which doing a BUILD actually causes an entire RE-BUILD, when I think it should only compile specific files.

    Here's the situation:


    I've got a Visual Studio C++ project. I...
  21. Re: Class' Methods included in application?

    Siddhartha,

    Thank you for the reply.

    In my case I have several applications which make use of the class, one which makes extensive use of it and others that only need a minimal part of it. So I...
  22. Class' Methods included in application?

    If you include and reference a class from within a C++ program but do not actually make use of all of its methods, do those non-referenced methods still get included in the executable?
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    Re: defining values

    You haven't defined your problem sufficiently. What is it that you're trying to do.
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    Re: #include problem

    // You might try this...



    #include "classb.h"

    class ClassB; // A "forward" reference that merely tells the compiler that ClassB is a class

    ClassA
    {
  25. Re: Window showing latest contents even when not having focus

    Could you, from within your code that's writing the data into your CRichEditCtrl, also do an UpdateWindow on that CRichEditCtrl?
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