November 27th, 2012 07:05 AM
Thanks a lot for your comments. As I hardly have info on "double-hop issue" - let me dig a bit and I surely will keep this post updated.
Or, if you post any basic info on this, it would be really...
November 22nd, 2012 09:07 AM
I have a VBScript using which I was trying to connect to a server and try to run an EXE - this executable internally is connecting to a SQL Server.
When I run this from my local computer it failed...
November 22nd, 2012 08:43 AM
these are really good examples... thanks...
November 22nd, 2012 03:46 AM
Technically speaking, s is not illegal - it's just not good practice to use such invalid array counters.
You can actually assign something in s; - but the Stack around s may get...
November 21st, 2012 06:59 AM
Yes, exactly. The code will not get compiled.
Now, if you define 'r' and 'c' outside the first for loop, at this point it shouldn't show any specific values -
cout << s[r][c] ;
coz, at this...
November 21st, 2012 05:40 AM
If you still don't find any answers, I think, it's the time you can start debugging your code - debug it line by line and check every data against every variable to make sure this is what exactly you...
November 21st, 2012 05:25 AM
That's really a good way to do - "How can I set up my class so it won't be inherited from?"
Well, I also never tried in this way, but what I suspect is that -
- because of the virtual private...
November 20th, 2012 04:50 AM
I think the issue here is with the -
According to your code, you have assigned the first argument as -
So, tfile contains...
November 19th, 2012 08:38 AM
Yes, you are right -
gcc/g++ -fdump-class-hierarchy source_file.cpp
November 19th, 2012 08:20 AM
As you just want to delete the last row, you can just point your last Row to the Second Last Row - as you have done in your code -
// (2) remove the last row
November 19th, 2012 07:58 AM
Yes, we can take data alignment as our source of issue here.
But, if we look at the points Rajesh1978 has mentioned here -
- it's a linux g++ compiler
- it's 32bit compiler
linux g++ compiler...
November 16th, 2012 05:03 AM
As I was looking into your code, I have found this line bit strange -
circles = (int)( *angle / ( 2 * PI ) );
As I was debugging the data comes as -
radians = temp * ( 45.0 * PI / 180.0 );...
November 16th, 2012 04:29 AM
It was just an example, you could have modified it according to your need;
anyway, I have deleted some part of code to deal with the exact requirement you have here -
"I took only the first...
November 16th, 2012 03:30 AM
This is your homework - so why don't you do it yourself?
Anyway, just some hints for you to carry on (Q 2) -
sample code to read files -
November 16th, 2012 02:59 AM
Yes you can do that using similar code to this -
for (int rowint=0;rowint<StringGrid1->RowCount;rowint++)
for (int colint=0;colint<StringGrid1->ColCount ;colint++)