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  1. Re: I need advice on how to convert MFC dependent source to non-MFC

    @Coder Dave - post #7


    Thank you very much for your insight. However, "Andy Blantly-Code Project" wrote a custom project out of the zlib and it's a dependency for the other two projects. I was...
  2. Re: I need advice on how to convert MFC dependent source to non-MFC

    I suppose your right. It, typically, may be better just starting from scratch. But my problem is that I have a psychological disorder( I'm embarrassed to admit)that has been quite debilitating, and...
  3. Re: I need advice on how to convert MFC dependent source to non-MFC

    I seem to be finding all the MFC code pretty easily so I may just give one of these options a go.




    I'll look into this.
  4. Re: I need advice on how to convert MFC dependent source to non-MFC

    Well, maybe I should have said ~intermediate. I am not sure exactly how to gauge my understanding of C++. Right now I am trying to learn about Object Oriented analysis and design, and I think I have...
  5. I need advice on how to convert MFC dependent source to non-MFC

    Hello to anyone who reads this!

    IDE = Visual Studio 2008 Express


    I am a novice programmer(still...) , and I am trying to build the Code Project project located at this address:...
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    Re: What are some ways to trace a pointer ?

    Well... I guess I'll be checkin' out some static code analysis tools then, and see what they can do. As far as runtime goes, I suppose that runtime analysis is not absolutely necessary, but it would...
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    Re: What are some ways to trace a pointer ?

    After using the VS 2008 " Data Break Point" I've come to understand that their only functionality is to break execution when the value at such and such memory address is wrote to. One problem with...
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    Re: What are some ways to trace a pointer ?

    I might be speaking to soon, but upon further inspection I discovered that data breakpoints were a unique type of breakpoint. This type of break point - seems - to be exactly what I was asking for in...
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    Re: What are some ways to trace a pointer ?

    Wow! You actually took the time to look through the codebase......
    I was going to post the file locations within the repository, but I wasn't sure that anybody would bother to look.



    Yeah....
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    What are some ways to trace a pointer ?

    OS: Windows 7 64bit
    IDE: Visual Studio 2008 (Express)


    Hi I'm a novice C/C++ programmer, and right now I am trying to continue learning programming... I have started and
    stopped a number of...
  11. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    Ok, now I think I understand. I will have to take a little while to digest everything, but I think I understand.

    You know, I have rewritten this program 2 previous times already trying to make it...
  12. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    Ok, I added, at least, what I assume is a reasonably correct set of operator='s. I also added a non-const copy constructor. Which is what I am assuming is what you meant by that my constructor isn't...
  13. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    I updated my program for you, and stripped it down as you've said. You were right it could be stripped down even further. I also narrowed down what the problem is - which I noted in my last post next...
  14. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    Ok I'll post a bare bones version .Below is a compressed file with all the potentially relevent code, although, I have stripped each file down to nothing. I somehow have skinned my program down to...
  15. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    @ Paul McKenzie


    Why did you call delete on the first element of pVec:

    delete pVec[0];

    ?

    Does this have something to do with what's causing my error?
  16. Re: Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    Hi laserlight, what do you mean by "failure to use delete yet another time" I only wanted to delete the second element in this example. Am I not deleting both the second myClass element's allocated...
  17. Why would vector::size() give a garbage value ?

    Hello to anyone who reads this, and a very good day to you.

    OS: Windows 7
    IDE: Code::Blocks
    Status: novice C++ programmer

    My problem is that myClass.size() is giving a garbage value
    when...
  18. Re: How do you declare a class within itself?

    Ok I made the change to const and rebuilt everything and error went away. I didn't know the operator= parameter had to be const, but then again I am a novice.





    The error is pretty big....
  19. Re: How do you declare a class within itself?

    Okay I think I may have got it figured out. I don't know.


    The problem seems to be with the
    " ControlAttributes& operator=(ControlAttributes& a) "
    contained in...
  20. Re: How do you declare a class within itself?

    No. The domain vector actually represents any domain object that is instantiated, including even the same CDomain object that instantiates through CDomain::create().

    CDomain::create() actually...
  21. Re: How do you declare a class within itself?

    Thanks - that's what I thought.






    No, I don't get any errors with what you wrote.

    And also, yes, the COrderPreferences.h is included in CDomainView.h
  22. Re: How do you declare a class within itself?

    A:1) I edited my original post for you. It now has COderPreferences.h included.


    A:2) sorry, typo. I edited



    std::vector<COrderPreferences> domain;
  23. [RESOLVED] How do you declare a class within itself?

    Hello and good day.

    IDE: code::blocks
    OS: Windows 7



    I am a novice C++ programmer, and I am having trouble declaring a class withing itself or actually a vector of a class within...
  24. Re: How do I manipulate a text box from a remote process ?

    @dlorde


    Hey that's actually a good idea. I think I may just write my program to do just that. I haven't yet learned how to properly format info that is to be copied to the clipboard. Also I'm...
  25. Thread: Spy++

    by kmkkra
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    Re: Spy++

    Hey man.


    Did you try Win32 " EnumWindows() " and " EnumChildWindows() "?

    If your referring to the Spy++ " Find Window " feature it seems to work for me. Just click and drag the finder tool...
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