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June 16th, 2013,
CutePDF supports bypassing of the Save As dialog. See http://www.cutepdf.com/support/faq.asp
June 11th, 2013,
I enter the same way as you do.
I think it's that I do log in instead of having remember me checked. This time it seems like there was a post update during the time from login, showing the thank...
Nope, still the same behaviour. :(
After the upgrade I now get all new posts marked as "The threads below have not been updated since your last visit but still contain unread posts.". Even brand new threads are marked as that.
Oh! I didn't scroll down enough...
You need to qualify things like string with std::string in the header
Well it looks like an ok laptop. Personally I prefer a stationary since it's more bang for the buck but at work we always get latptops... :(
The question need more details to be answered.
Sounds like this isn't anything related to VC or MinGW. FindWindow/EnumWindows and Post/SendWindow should do the trick.
Maybe we should ask for a "What C++ teachers should teach and why" forum (and of course the other langauges as well)? After all, we all do represent the industry and we do know what we want people...
I can't say that a particular brand is the best choice for any purpose. Compiling and linking is CPU and disc I/O demanding and since disc I/O is a bottleneck I would prefer a laptop with a SSD drive...
Redundant info but _inp & _outp isn't supported in an OS of today. The older OS supported access to the hardware but newer OS does not so as Arjay say the access needs a device driver.
We had quite a delay when it comes to old posts... this time maybe the subscription of old threads show up. ;)
Frankly guys, how is the OP to benefit from the last posts? I feel that many threads ends up in a a lot of posts that blame the teachers of teaching the wrong stuff and giving the wrong type of...
You say that you "know" that the stored pointers all are pointers to objects that inherits MyBaseClass but for debug purposes you could use dynamic_cast when returning the pointer. At least in debug...
That output isn't anything to be worried about. It's just informing you what other code that is loaded when you execute your application.
Right-click on your solution (in the solution explorer), select add new project and make that project be an exe project (console or form). From the new project call/use what's public in your class...
Just follow the instructions given in the dialog i.e. add an executable to the project.
From one Swedish guy to another. Since you use MSVC (judging from what forum you post in) you already have one of the best debuggers installed so don't forget to use it. I can guarantee that you will...
I think you have to provide more details to get a serious answer.
Edit: Sorry Paul, was typing a response but changed my mind before posting so your response was not accounted for.
See 2kaud's hint in post #5
April 29th, 2013,
The array indices go from 0 to numStudents - 1, not 1 to numStudents
See this http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/java/nutsandbolts/arrays.html
April 29th, 2013,
As Paul said you're doing something wrong in your code. Do you have other global variables? Is the code that access those variabels without flaws?
What you can try is to declare an int just before...
April 27th, 2013,
Do you mean that you want the loop to start with the last line in the file and then run for each line backwards? If so I don't know of any way of doing that. After all linefeed is just a character in...
April 19th, 2013,
Zip and attach your files to a post here. Most people doesn't like to view files from other locations.
April 15th, 2013,
Have you tried rearranging the variables (shuffle the variables around m_bFlag)? With a bit of luck it might produce something that's easier to detect like a access violation. It's been a long time...
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