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  1. Getting started again / some general questions

    Hi all,

    the last time I have been using eVC++ was nearly two years ago - at that time, it was eVC++ 3.0. After a couple of years of desktop-only development (VC++ 6.0, VS 2003) I'm now back to...
  2. Thread: Test Question

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    And how about this?

    And how about this?
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    And yet another comment...

    And yet another comment...
  4. Thread: Test Question

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    I like this game!

    I like this game!
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    Another test answer...

    Another test answer...
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    Re: Re: std::vector vs. C-style arrays

    Paul, thanks for your ideas too. However, as said in my reply to Andreas' post, the problem is not the dynamically growing array - I know about reserve() and how to use it. It is actually about how...
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    Andreas, thanks for your reply. I agree with...

    Andreas, thanks for your reply.

    I agree with what you say, and I already knew that. Maybe I didn't make my point clear enough, but my problem is not about the performance of a dynamically growing...
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    std::vector vs. C-style arrays

    I hope that the stl gurus can help me with this...

    Consider the following: In my current project, a team member implemented code such as the following:

    int* m_timeArray;
    string*...
  9. souldog: Thanks for your suggestion. However, my...

    souldog: Thanks for your suggestion. However, my problem is not that PreSubclassWindow() is not called. It's only that the style changes I apply within it are without effect. I also think that the...
  10. Setting custom control styles programmatically

    Hi gurus,

    I've got a problem which I thought to be a very common one - I searched this site, codeproject, MSDN... and found nothing. Now I hope someone has already encountered the situation and...
  11. Thread: Design problem

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    Re: Re: Design problem

    Not really. The console provided by AllocConsole doesn't give me the flexibility and control i need (fonts, console window as a child of the MDI frame...) I was rather referring to a self-implemented...
  12. Thread: Design problem

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    Design problem

    I hope this won't get moved to the "Project Planning, Design, and Management" forum - although it's basically a general design question, it is also highly relevant to Win32 programming and VC++.
    ...
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    galathaea, thank you very much for your many...

    galathaea, thank you very much for your many valuable, interesting and insightful contributions to this thread. I really appreciate and share them (on a theoretical level), although I'm still stuck...
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    :D OK, but...

    <sorry, had to split it up>


    :D

    OK, but as already said earlier: I don't understand why I have to write it myself, why it is not there already. The exact makeUpper function you posted could...
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    I notice that this thread has evolved in the...

    I notice that this thread has evolved in the meantime, but I would like to reply first to an earlier post:

    Yes, I agree. It has evolved that way, and maybe that's even good news. Maybe I'm just...
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    That's not true. MakeUpper() uses locale...

    That's not true. MakeUpper() uses locale information. The examples from the article you mentioned are handled correctly by MakeUpper().

    Other useful CString functions I use frequently are...
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    To be honest, no, I never timed it. It seemed...

    To be honest, no, I never timed it. It seemed natural to me that a binary tree would be less efficient than a hash table. But I strongly suspect that the results you got depend the actual data you...
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    But that holds true for many of the functions in...

    But that holds true for many of the functions in the C standard library. Everything can be tossed together. So why have functions like strcpy, strcmp or strlen? They can be tossed together in a...
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    My last post should answer this as well....

    My last post should answer this as well. O(log(n)) is not satisfactory, that's why I want to use a hash table. As things go, the STL doesn't offer any help here, so I had to implement the hash table...
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    Many thanks for all your comments. Let me...

    Many thanks for all your comments. Let me elaborate a little on some of them:

    But C++ is not LISP. C++ is an imperative, procedural, object-oriented language. LISP is mainly declarative. I expect...
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    But you might agree that someting like ...

    But you might agree that someting like

    str.MakeUpper()is still far easier to write and to read than
    std::transform(str.begin(), str.end(), myUpper.begin(), toupper);
    That seems alright from the...
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    What do you mean by that? Converting a string to...

    What do you mean by that? Converting a string to upper case is always O(N). Where does the M come in?
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    Thanks for your reply, galathaea. But when using...

    Thanks for your reply, galathaea. But when using for_each, I have to write some additional code, which finally boils down to the same for() loop I already wrote. Thinking algorithmically is a nice...
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    std::string (and other stl) problems...

    Dear Gurus,

    here's my situation: I've been working for many years with C, C++, Windows SDK/API and MFC. I've got accustomed to using the MFC CString and container classes for most of my needs. I...
  25. Thread: Linker problems

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    Thank you, Sam. That helped me find the problem....

    Thank you, Sam. That helped me find the problem. I know what LNK2005 (symbol already defined in object) usually means, so I didn't look it up again. However, when reading the following in MSDN:
    ...
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