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Can somebody weigh in here and tell me if they have experienced this?
Also please tell me what exactly they experience with VS2010 Ultimate
I have a laptop I am supposed to be...
Yep. He is religious and said they were a tool of the devil.
He also went on to complain about a lot of misuse and abuse
leading to strange crashes after code with many pointers
was edited by...
June 30th, 2015, 11:06 AM
I met a man who said pointers were evil and did everything he could to avoid them. I don't go that far, but I think you should only use a pointer where it is really necessary.
It is cumbersome...
June 30th, 2015, 08:20 AM
Everything OReubens says is absolutely correct, however you could use C# to write a part of the system that is not time critical, like just a UI for the realtime system as a whole. It would just...
June 18th, 2015, 12:40 PM
Looks like both badly missed the point. If the XML doesn't change, but the logic does, then you might want a hot reload. Perhaps you could create an interpreted logic section in another XML file...
June 15th, 2015, 07:16 AM
John, you want to use either WM_USER + n (where n is different for each user defined message) or WM_COMMAND to post messages from a thread to a Window.
June 12th, 2015, 02:16 PM
I suppose you could publish your server port in the ftp directory and clients could download a file that describes the port.
June 11th, 2015, 07:58 AM
So why not just use a different port if your configuration already uses 3000. Either that or find a way to change the port of TeamViewer. There must be a configuration method.
Note: In this case, It is possible to increase your stacksize in your project, not that you should really ever have to. The example was pretty static.
Maybe it was called "The Boring Thread"?
What is the longest thread at CG ever? I remember one that was silly and went on and on, and people were happy about it.
It was a joke thread.:cool:
Personally, PHP is still a viable programming language, and powerful too. C# is great, don't get me wrong, but I wouldn't "move on" from PHP. Don't listen to the haters, they are always there to...
Yes I could see it being an endian issue, unless you know the platform, such as in the case of embedded systems.
Oh sorry I was in a hurry.
My question is: Why is it preferable to use bit shifting to convert your data from unsigned char to unsigned
short? Looks like I would lose the hi byte in a buffer...
You should check explicitly for
//take some action
Why does bitshifting work in cases where casting fails?
unsigned short *p = static_cast<unsigned short*>(static_cast<void*>(&pBuf));
The Standard doesn't guarantee the address remains the...
You shouldn't declare a constructor of type void.
There is overhead in testing. That's just a fact of life.
Test driven development insures that your development
is validated by release as well as it can. In an age where
That's better. '\n' translates to crlf on windows and just lf on NIX. Apple
products are treated like NIX afaik. Ok glad you found it.
In your output on CG, the first line appears correct.
Why is that?
Well really it depends on the relationship between the object instance and the form. Perhaps
it is a static class and has no instance. In either case if not a member of the form,
you should use...
If it were a crlf issue, then your first line would also have a crlf issue.
Since it does not. This means that it must be the logic In the program
or an error in the formula that is causing...
Without seeing code or understanding more, I can only hazard a guess.
Perhaps the BOOTP socket is expecting a keepalive and never getting it?
A keepalive as you know is a packet that tells the...
December 3rd, 2014, 10:27 AM
Usually this is a sign that the remote host is killing the socket connection prematurely.
IE The client opens a socket, sends to the server that recvs, and starts to send an acknowledge back of...
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