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    Re: dumping stack for all threads

    @Corwinoid
    I'm impressed with your deep investigation.
    I feel that you belong to a dying breed... since RAD is what most use nowadays.
    Thanks for sharing your findings.
    At that point in time I...
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    Re: CDC Buffering problem

    Validate your window's client area on WM_ERASEBKGND and return zero...Google Maps has a legend, scalebar... and, the source of imagery displayed as separate controls!!! ...but Google Earth supports...
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    Re: CDC Buffering problem

    Sorry Vladimir for the incomplete reply; if you need to be that precise, than also depends if a custom implementation is made in erase background event (WM_ERASEBKGND message)... in fact, also...
  4. Thread: sharing exe's

    by Bornish
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    Re: sharing exe's

    I've noticed that your application is using both OpenGL and DirectX... none of these libraries should be copied across different machines. OpenGL support should be "compatible" with the driver of the...
  5. Thread: help

    by Bornish
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    Re: help

    DirectX:
    If you really want to start from somewhere, Wikipedia quite good option:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DirectX
    I think it's always best to look first at the original documentation (MSDN),...
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    Re: CDC Buffering problem

    No doubt: WM_PAINT is sent also when window size reduces!
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    Re: Dynamic Memory Allocation Which is best?

    I totally agree with you Paul! ;)
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    Re: Dynamic Memory Allocation Which is best?

    @kempofighter:Thanks for your reply; I like to see different opinions. I don't understand why did you feel offended by mine, though. I've started my statement with "personally..." so it is my write...
  9. Thread: Why VB 6.0??

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    Poll: Re: Why VB 6.0??

    :D i don't believe :eek: pls video tape :p LOL
    ... and some think vb6 will die soon? even KKK didn't have so "warmed-up fans"... VB6 will live for at least as long as VBA and VB Script will be out...
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    Re: Dynamic Memory Allocation Which is best?

    @Hermit: please do not quote my post and then comment others' posts. The sample loop using placement new was meant to show what happens when a process is using a large number of objects of the same...
  11. Thread: Why VB 6.0??

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    Poll: Re: Why VB 6.0??

    Very good point! In my oppinion is a combination of A, B, C... meaning:
    A. Learn about older languages to understand better the newer ones ;) Best example: ASM
    B. Learn newer ones to know when...
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    Re: Trouble in serializing/deserializing int.

    I think you just put an extra "&" in the prototype for DeserializeInt:
    int DeserializeInt(int_8*& m_buff)That's why, you're using the pointer to the integer instead of the value of the integer!
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    Re: Dynamic Memory Allocation Which is best?

    Hmm, usually I agree with Paul...
    What would be the worst case scenario? Having to allocate large quantities of objects with very short lifetime. How to most effectively obtain that? Reuse...
  14. Thread: Why VB 6.0??

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    Poll: Re: Why VB 6.0??

    Most developers seeking employment can't even read assembly, and no matter how old it is, knowing an architecture or two will always "look good" on your resume. If you know VB6 or not shouldn't be an...
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    Re: Date from another computer

    Ah hmm... client-server application? :confused:
  16. Thread: Why VB 6.0??

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    Poll: Re: Why VB 6.0??

    Guys, after reading 5 pages of this thread, I felt my head will explode... or implode. :D Well, my vengeance will follow in having my 2 cents:
    I also felt that the poll is a bit one sided; there're...
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    Re: Memory losse and thread... advice?

    @madric: I think I have now a complete image of what your crash situation was; I understood that you already removed the memory leak and that you are simply worried if the crash was not created by...
  18. Thread: threading

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    Re: threading

    Hi Mike!
    I appreciate your oppinion and respect the way you've elaborated it.
    Honestly, I think the only way I'd be convinced to agree that multi-threading with IOCPs is faster than...
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    Re: Memory losse and thread... advice?

    Yes, memory leaks affect a process until terminates, even when threads creating the memory leak have finished.
    There're cases when more than one heap manager is used within a process. When a module...
  20. Thread: threading

    by Bornish
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    Re: threading

    How would that be faster on any processor architecture?
    Using the I/O completion ports, or even low-level disk access, no matter how well syncronized, cannot be faster with multiple threads executed...
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    Re: need help in vc

    Rony... please...
    Why only "hi guys"?... how about the gals??? :D
  22. Thread: threading

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    Re: threading

    There's no *correct* answer... but... on single processor machine (non-hyperthreaded) copying 12 files from same HDD #1 on same HDD #2 (source and destination HDDs may be different)... will most...
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    Re: Someone should invent . . .

    From the parking accessories: remote locking system with automatic pull-out of twisted wiring surrounding your car, such as... when the *careless* driver who parked next is about to hit your car, for...
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    Re: Someone should invent . . .

    ... a car that folds such as you can put it in the elevator and bring it inside your flat (no matter how small your flat is)... most places in the world don't offer enough parking places, and most...
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    Re: Use of extern "C" with global variables

    You're most welcome!
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