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  1. Re: NT/2000 - Open / Save File Dialog causes application to exit

    In debug mode you can't open the dialog box, get access error.
  2. Re: NT/2000 - Open / Save File Dialog causes application to exit

    My OS is WinXP Pro(sp2). If I run my program compilied with MSVC 6.0 it works great, the same program compilied with MSVC 8.0 closes the main window and exits. No errors or Send crash to Microsoft....
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    Save As HTML AddIn

    I got this code which compilies on C# VS 2003 but 2005 doesn't like 2 items. I'm new at C# and don't understand what the compilier is complaining about. One problem is with indexing an object the...
  4. Thread: _tcstok

    by Roger65
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    Re: _tcstok

    Oops, I found a call to: _tcslwr(Command) before _tcstok. Sorry!
  5. Thread: _tcstok

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    Re: _tcstok

    PTCHAR _getNextToken(void)
    {
    TCHAR theDelim[] = TEXT(" ");
    TCHAR quotedDelim[] = TEXT("\"");

    TCHAR *theToken = NULL;

    theToken = _tcstok(NULL, theDelim);
    if(theToken &&...
  6. Thread: _tcstok

    by Roger65
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    Re: _tcstok

    for example: the input string is "ROGER", the function returns: "roger".
  7. Thread: _tcstok

    by Roger65
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    _tcstok

    Why does _tcstok return lower case?
  8. Thread: Quiz

    by Roger65
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    Quiz

    You never set bool Even to false, anything other than 0 is true.

    #include "stdafx.h"

    bool Even( int );

    int main()
    {
    if( Even(21) ) {
    bool Even = true;
  9. pointer quiz

    these 3 are legal
    const char * myPtr = "A";
    char * const myPtr = "A";
    const char * const myPtr = "A";
    these 3 are NOT legal
    const char * myPtr = 'A';
    char * const myPtr...
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