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  1. Re: [VC++] 2 Questions: Keyboard Input; transparency in images

    Seriously, does anyone have an answer for either of these questions?
  2. [VC++] 2 Questions: Keyboard Input; transparency in images

    I have two quick questions with hopefully rather quick and not too complicated answers.
    As stated in my two prior threads, I am not new to C++ - just new to visual and with managed code. I am using...
  3. Re: [VC++] Creating objects on the fly

    Sorry for the delayed response.

    I get what you're saying about how to do this, but the reason I ask for an actual example of how to do this is because the form, using this managed code, is created...
  4. "fatal error LNK1169: one or more multiply defined symbols found"

    Hello all,

    I've been dealing with this error for a bit, and as much as I attempt to error trap the bugger, I can't find where it's being caused from. There is a good chance that I'm missing a very...
  5. Re: [VC++] Creating objects on the fly

    Ah thank you, that's the information I was looking for.

    I don't suppose you may be able to just give me a quick example piece of code that I could use to base my own creation off of?
    I apologize...
  6. Re: [VC++] Creating objects on the fly

    Sorry, I thought I subscribed to this when I created this question.

    What exactly do you mean by "managed c++"? I'm not using the MFC, if that's what you're referring to, just the normal visual...
  7. [VC++] Creating objects on the fly

    I have been searching for quite a while to no avail for this answer, and was hoping that someone may have the answer here.

    I'm not new to c++; I have been working with it for about 3 years now,...
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