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    Re: Where are the MSBuild Error Codes?

    Thanks, but, honestly, shouldn't there be an official reference for this?
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    Where are the MSBuild Error Codes?

    Hello,
    :)

    I'm using VC++ 2010 express, on Windows 7, 64 bit OS.

    I'm getting MSBuild errors, specifically MSB6006. However, when I looked for error codes, I could not find MSBuilt error...
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    Re: How Do You Raise Events for Custom Controls?

    Okay, for those of you looking for the answer, I found it via the following tutorial:

    Title: "Write your own UserControl with C++/CLI: an RSS reader"
    Date is: 21 March, 2006
    And it was written...
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    Re: linking two .h file

    What you're doing does compile. What exactly is the problem?

    Btw, if you want to change the properties of control within the form, it might be better to add a function or property through which...
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    How Do You Raise Events for Custom Controls?

    Hello,

    I've built a custom control and would like to add an event to it. I simply want to be able to click on the custom control and raise a click event in my Form where the control is, however...
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    Re: Indicating Control Selection?

    Hey, thanks for the feedback. :thumb:

    I decided to use a "panel" control, and similar to OReubens' idea, give it a standout color and a 1 pixel border around the control selected.

    Mike, yes,...
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    Indicating Control Selection?

    I'm wondering how to do this ... I'm creating a small visual editor for the design of a programming interface. You'll be able to drag and drop controls onto a form, move them around and program...
  8. Re: Tutorials or Books for C++/CLI with Forms and Controls?

    I found a great MS website which provides video tutorials on .Net controls and forms. .Net is MUCH easier and more powerful than MFC for laying out visual interfaces for applications. I...
  9. Tutorials or Books for C++/CLI with Forms and Controls?

    Hello everybody!

    Where can I find a good tutorial on C++ with .Net for setting up forms and controls? You know, dragging and dropping and hooking up the various components on forms, and laying...
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    Re: What is this "

    I think the compiler used was a GNU.

    Thanks, Speedo. I saw your posting after I posted the above sentence! :) I'm surprised Googling didn't work on it.
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    What is this "

    I've come across that symbol in two programs by two different programmers. I can't get the program to compile, but I'm sure it's a real symbol, since it was used in a coding contest and they have...
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    Re: NEEDED: Game Programmer (unpaid)

    Hello,

    I might be interested. My email is thaleslv@yahoo.com

    Regards,
    ...John
  13. Re: How Do I Store a Class in a Database with SQL?

    I glanced at the articles and they look good, thanks. :thumb: I'll read them tomorrow when I have time.

    What I want to do is store an array of object instances to a slot in a database. ...
  14. How Do I Store a Class in a Database with SQL?

    Hello, I'm using MySQL with Java and am not sure of the details as to how store and retrieve a class structure into/from a database. I can store/retrieve Strings, longs, etc., but I don't know how...
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    Re: Hiring Coder for C++/OpenCV Project

    I'm interested as well. My email is jwalway@hotmail.com

    Thanks!
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    Re: Automate the application

    If I understand you correctly, yes, you can run a background process that runs all the time, and daily runs a batch file. And, maybe a better way to do it is to turn the process into an NT service,...
  17. Thread: C Help

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    Re: C Help

    You didn't initialize your variables where you say "Assign Variables". If you don't do that, they could be anything.

    I changed your previous program to that below, and it worked fine. The logic...
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    Re: array of class instances

    Well, after you create an array of pointers to object instances and you're done using them, you want to delete them.

    To delete them you just iterate through the array and delete one after the...
  19. Thread: 3D Animation

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    Re: 3D Animation

    Ejaz gave a nice description. Key framing is used for animation. I've done key framing using rigid polygon (triangle) models, and I've used skeletons as mentioned above.

    Milkshape 3D is a...
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    Re: array of class instances

    You could do it either way, with pointers or instances, although instances isn't quite the proper term. What you're doing is filling up an array of memory slots for your structure. If your class...
  21. Thread: C Help

    by jalway
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    Re: C Help

    This line is wrong:



    while (0 <= band1 <= 9) && (0 <= band2 <= 9) && (0 <= band3 <=9)


    First, you need parentheses around the entire logical expression, which you don't have. Secondly,...
  22. Thread: Typecasting

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    Re: Typecasting

    It does. What's in common between the two is they both accept C style strings.

    This would work as well, i.e. casting with LPCSTR:




    vector<string> vArray;
    CStringArray strArray;...
  23. Thread: Typecasting

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    Re: Typecasting

    Just iterate through each string in the CStringArray and add a new string to the vector.

    This code works for ascii strings. Unicode I haven't looked at.



    vector<string> vArray;...
  24. Thread: connection drop

    by jalway
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    Re: connection drop

    Look at "select", it might do it for you.

    This link should help:select

    Setting up select is a bit of work, but it gives you more flexibility with Windows Sockets.

    Here is the opening of...
  25. Thread: connection drop

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    Re: connection drop

    You can look for an error with select(). You keep polling select to see if an error has occured. Also, WSAGetLastError() gives you the last socket error.

    It's been a while since I've used...
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