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  1. If this is an assignment it is conceivable that...

    If this is an assignment it is conceivable that your instructor hides from you the fact that you shouldn't derive from std::list. The easy way, as you have already discovered, is doing it anyway and...
  2. The concept of containment is simply that you...

    The concept of containment is simply that you include the class you would normally derive from as a member of the new class.
    Hence:

    The class A:



    class A {
    public:
    int foo() const {...
  3. You're not deriving from std::list are you? If...

    You're not deriving from std::list are you? If you are see this thread:

    STL and derivation

    Anyway, you could use containment:



    class MyList
    {
  4. It seems to me you're moving into muddy waters...

    It seems to me you're moving into muddy waters here. You store myObjs in a list and then make the individual objects responsible for deleting themselves and eachother from that list. I think there's...
  5. Thread: Black holes!

    by sbrothy
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    Here is a picture of a black hole: Black Hole...

    Here is a picture of a black hole:

    Black Hole
  6. Your problem is that CompareName :: operator()...

    Your problem is that CompareName :: operator() takes as it's argument a const reference to a myObj and your myObj::getObjectName() method is not declared as const. Try changing it's signature to:

    ...
  7. Thread: System Stats

    by sbrothy
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    This thread makes me nostalgic. I remember my...

    This thread makes me nostalgic. I remember my first "computer" (sob!). A wonderful machine. Hacker's choice anno 1983:


    MSX Toshiba HX-22.
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    It seems the gluProject method maps object...

    It seems the gluProject method maps object coordinates to window coordinates. It's C declaration is:




    GLint gluProject ( GLdouble objX , GLdouble objY , GLdouble objZ , const GLdouble *model...
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    I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish,...

    I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish, but you declare



    SWinCoorX = new double [10000];


    and then continually use this pointer a a an argument to the gluProject method. Altough it...
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    Did you try std::string::c_str() method: ...

    Did you try std::string::c_str() method:



    #include <cstdlib>
    #include <string>
    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;
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    Check out ZLIB (http://www.gzip.org/zlib/). It...

    Check out ZLIB. It can compress data in-memory. The homepage has DLLs you can download.
  12. I know the following information is in italian...

    I know the following information is in italian and from an one of USENET more esoteric newsgroups, but the english information in there may provide you with a clue. I cannot gauge the validity of the...
  13. Uubz, I misread. Not qiote the same problem....

    Uubz, I misread. Not qiote the same problem. Sorry.
  14. Seems this problem has been addressed before: ...

    Seems this problem has been addressed before:

    http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?threadid=255351
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    Try here: ...

    Try here:

    http://www.codeproject.com/directx/Tetris.asp
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    You should always check return codes. If...

    You should always check return codes. If GetOpenFileName returns FALSE you can obtain error information through:


    DWORD CommDlgExtendedError(VOID).


    It look suspicous that you set...
  17. Thread: Batch files.

    by sbrothy
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    I think the START command under Windows might...

    I think the START command under Windows might help you especially the /B switch. Do:


    start /?"

    in a console to check it out.

    If that doesn't satisfy you can write a simple launch program...
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    Why do you want to put your std::strings into an...

    Why do you want to put your std::strings into an array? Why not use one of the STL container classes? Anyway, declaration number one will probably do the trick:



    std::string ar[2];
    ...
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    I think you will have to post your code....

    I think you will have to post your code. Specifially, it would be interesting to know what you actually do to those poor CString instances :-). At a glance, it looks like your program crashes when...
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    Xeon said: Now that is scary! Xeon with a...

    Xeon said:



    Now that is scary! Xeon with a sidekick?!
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    A minimal "Hello, world!".

    This should be fairly standard:



    #include <sstream>
    #include <algorithm>
    #include <iostream>

    template <class X> class K
    {
  22. Divide and conquer!

    Hi there! Just my two cents:

    I think you could benefit from structuring your program better instead of just writing it as one big function. "Divide and conquer" as they say" :-). In other words:...
  23. Thread: DOS question

    by sbrothy
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    Try cd "Program Files" or if there are...

    Try

    cd "Program Files"

    or if there are no other folders starting with program you might try:

    cd Program*

    rgds,
    S. Bro
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    Use "%lf" as the format control string for fscanf...

    Use "%lf" as the format control string for fscanf as in:

    [...]

    double d;
    fscanf(yourstream, "%lf", &d);

    [...]
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    Check out Microsoft's "Speech API" (SAPI) at...

    Check out Microsoft's "Speech API" (SAPI) at http://www.microsoft.com/speech/


    As far as I remember t's free and it enables you, amongst other things, to treat your computer as a dictaphone and...
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