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  1. Thread: [help] game dev

    by GCDEF
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    Re: [help] game dev

    I really don't think you can learn C++ from web sites. That's a bit like going to medical school online. There's just too much you need to know. I'd get a really good book and work through that. ...
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    Re: Strange errors in Visual Studio 2010

    Looks like when you undeleted it it put a non-printable character in there. Open the file using the VS binary editor and remove it.
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    Re: How to understand this simple piece of code?

    Have you tried debugging? r in reverse points to the beginning of an unitialized 24 byte char array. I and I assume others don't know what you mean by points to the middle of the string or why you...
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    Re: How to understand this simple piece of code?

    The debugger reveals all.
  5. Re: Letting a user enter a charter on a specif line and place ?

    How you approach it depends a lot on what you're using to store your stings. If you're using C style char arrays, start here
    http://www.acm.uiuc.edu/webmonkeys/book/c_guide/2.14.html

    Otherwise...
  6. Re: CString::Format() Cannot Align Well Vertically

    I was thinking that as well, but if you look at his picture, everything looks aligned except where the left column goes from 1 to 2 digits. Without a leading zero or space, and without using tabs, I...
  7. Re: CString::Format() Cannot Align Well Vertically

    Looking at what you posted, the alignment gets off when the first column goes from one to two digits. Do you get a leading zero displayed when you use sprintf? An alternative would be to use tabs...
  8. Re: CString::Format() Cannot Align Well Vertically

    One is your CString code the other your sprintf code. There's a significant difference that accounts for the behavior you're seeing. It should be pretty obvious from looking at your output.
  9. Re: CString::Format() Cannot Align Well Vertically

    "%-07d%-20.3f%-07d%-20.3f%.3f\n"
    "%-7d%-20.3f%-7d%-20.3f%.3f\r\n"

    Do those look the same to you?
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    Re: Problem with CFileFind

    I believe he was asking what values those variables contain.
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    You seem to be missing the point that you can build C++ apps without using .Net.
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    Re: Moving from VC++ 6.0 to VC++.NET

    Why .Net? Wouldn't regular C++ work for you?
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    Re: How to get rid of 'not responding' message

    Threads
    Message pump
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    Re: Problem with CListCtrl - Visual Studio 2010

    As mentioned, a benefit to using control variables is VC will create the appropriate object for you, intellisense will tell you the functions, and the compiler will stop you from calling...
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    Re: Problem with CListCtrl - Visual Studio 2010

    I'm surprised it didn't crash. That's another good reason to use the control variable. The compiler would have caught the that.
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    Re: Problem with CListCtrl - Visual Studio 2010

    The Windows control doesn't exist until after the call to CDialog::OnInitDialog(). Change OnInitDialog to this



    BOOL CImageDialog::OnInitDialog()
    {...
  17. Re: Noob needs easy help with command line interface

    I could be wrong, but I think he's asking how to use Visual Studio to pass command line parameters when running or debugging the app. In post number 3 he says "I don't know how to pass arguments...
  18. Re: Noob needs easy help with command line interface

    Go under the project properties and look at the debugging settings. You can specify command line arguments in there.

    This does seem like a VC question. Not sure why the thread was moved.
  19. Re: Noob needs easy help with command line interface

    You need to use Visual Studio to create, build, run and debug a project. You'll do that through the Visual Studio GUI, not a command line. That's really something you should know how to do before...
  20. Re: 7 linking errors (LNK2001) compiling (release) emule with vs 2008

    There's no other way to put it. The linker can't find the implementation of those function. You have the source code, so only you can determine if they exist and why the linker can't find them.
  21. Re: 7 linking errors (LNK2001) compiling (release) emule with vs 2008

    The function UpdateSearchGraph, and others that it lists has been defined most likely in a header file and possibly used in a .cpp file, but the linker can't find the implementation of that function....
  22. Re: 7 linking errors (LNK2001) compiling (release) emule with vs 2008

    Looks like the file that implements CKademliaWnd isn't included in your build. If you look in your .cpp files can you find an implementation of CKademliaWnd::UpdateSearchGraph?
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    Re: Run in another program

    Are you trying to write a key logger?
  24. Re: Please help a newbie on CPP High Frequency Trading Example

    You may want to look up the difference between & and && too.
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    Re: Newbie needs help

    If you're using .Net you need to ask in the managed C++ forum. You'll get a much better response if you use code tags to maintain formatting.
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