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  1. Re: Deployment (install) project built with VC2008 fails to replace DLLs

    I must be losing my mind, and I do apologize... I'd never intentionally repost the same question to the same group. Please feel free to delete this or the other thread.

    I think what happens here...
  2. Re: Deployment (install) project built with VC2008 fails to replace DLLs

    Please explain what you mean. This is the only instance of this question I've posed at codeguru.com. The only other place I've posted it is on slashdot. Unless these two sites share forum space, I've...
  3. Deployment (install) project built with VC2008 fails to replace DLLs

    I have a few VC2008 projects whose solutions also includes deployment projects, in which the primary output of several DLLs are included along with the primary apps EXE file. These DLLs are all part...
  4. problem controlling the behavior of a deployment project

    I have a few VC2008 projects whose solutions also includes deployment projects, in which the primary output of several DLLs are included along with the primary apps EXE file. These DLLs are all part...
  5. Re: why does winsock allow multiple UDP sockets bound to same IP/port?

    Well I was doing it after, but I saw this in the MSDN...


    Now none of this really addresses my issue, but from the above I thought MAYBE doing my setsockopt()s first MIGHT make my bind more...
  6. Re: why does winsock allow multiple UDP sockets bound to same IP/port?

    Your right... my bad... I left out a step for the sake of a brief post. What i should have quoted was more like...


    SOCKET sock0;
    SOCKET *pSock0 = &sock0
    // THEN...
    *pSock = socket( AF_INET, ...
  7. why does winsock allow multiple UDP sockets bound to same IP/port?

    C/C++ VCC programmer here. I think winsock should prevent me from doing the below in a 2nd running instance of my uDP server application, but maybe I'm forgetting something. basically, I create a...
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    Re: Use of CListCtrl for a live data view?

    2Kbaud: I couldn't figure out how to get that to work. I did use GetTopIndex to obtain an integer index to what I ASSUME is the top item which is visible in the scrolled position. Then, after the...
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    Re: Use of CListCtrl for a live data view?

    D Drmmr,

    That combination worked to make the scroll bar move to the right position, but the effect was bizarre. After the update, meaning the next time items were deleted and subsequently...
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    Re: Use of CListCtrl for a live data view?

    Thanks Arjay. That, and a colleague also suggested I look at a DataGridView.

    But I'd like to mess with this CListCtrl a little longer now that I've seen it work so much better than I thought, and...
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    Re: Use of CListCtrl for a live data view?

    Thanks GC... SetRedraw() defitly works nice and saves me the trouble of double buffering with two whole controls, that's for sure.

    Populating 100 rows of 3 columns seems to work within my very...
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    Use of CListCtrl for a live data view?

    I'm working on an app which monitors user selected data sets from various devices, and I'd like to display the data in a CListCtrl. This would be very convenient, but I'm just a little concerned...
  13. Re: winsock... binding to WRONG IP byte order WORKS!

    Thanks. Well inet_aton() is a unix function which I don't have it in winsock. What I do have is inet_addr(), which indeed works. When passed "192.168.0.190" it returns x = 3187714240, which in hex is...
  14. Re: winsock... binding to WRONG IP byte order WORKS!

    Victor...

    positive. when the variable is equal to dwMyIp = 0xBE00A8C0, it works. Lo to hi (host order) of that value is 192.168.0.190, which is my adapter address. Run it through htonl() and you...
  15. winsock... binding to WRONG IP byte order WORKS!

    I was updating a wrapper 32 bit windows DLL on an old winsock utilities library, to allow for the case where I need to specifically bind() my sockets to one or another IP addresses, on a multi homed...
  16. Re: launching current version of IE to view an HTML file, from a VCC program

    Thanks Igor!

    The only problem with that was when I'm working in Vstudio, that becomes the path returned with getcwd(). This (below) seemed to work too, so I guess this confirms I can count on...
  17. Re: launching current version of IE to view an HTML file, from a VCC program

    Hey victor, from the content of my actual question it ought to be obvious that I'm not spamming. It was a coding question, not an attempt to sell hot Russian brides.

    More to the point, as user of...
  18. launching current version of IE to view an HTML file, from a VCC program

    I tried to do this with _spawnl(), but first of all I'm not sure how to properly ask for the path to iexplore.exe, as I'm sure it will change every time MS gets a whim to move it. I know there's a...
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    Right way to access another class's objects

    I keep getting this basic thing wrong and i need some help.

    lets say a class A includes an Array of class B objects, and also includes some management class called, M. Assume each array...
  20. Re: Single 'keystroke' access and char display, in a JAVA console app?

    Thanks for the confirmation then.

    OK, well if a GUI console is easy to implement, that would probably be both a good starting point and a good learning experience for me. Especially as I'm...
  21. Re: Single 'keystroke' access and char display, in a JAVA console app?

    Hey there again keang! Well if by the "sending" code you mean the device I'm connected to, that is all compiled "C" code running in an external 386ex based SBC board. But at this point I'm pretty...
  22. Single 'keystroke' access and char display, in a JAVA console app?

    I had written a simple text based TCP/IP client app to get a feel for the JAVA sockets implementation. Well it "kind" of worked, but it had a fatal flaw, specifically that it seems useless if there...
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    Re: need Java memcpy() equivalent

    Thanks again keang! That worked great! A perfect and very flexible solution! Working with that ByteArrayInputStream does seem a little weird, only because I construct it by passing a completely...
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    Re: need Java memcpy() equivalent

    Unfortunately, its usually a very mixed bag. Parsing binary IED data has always been a messy business. Often, not only will there be many disparate data types within a message, but just as you...
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    Re: need Java memcpy() equivalent

    @Keang, Hey if you don't mind me picking your brain a little more... In that situation I described last week, where I'll SOMETIMES need to reverse the byte order before DataInputStream assigns them...
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