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  1. Re: Question relating to TDM and Intel on Windows.

    I've never used TDM but as I understand it it's gcc based and according to this, https://software.intel.com/en-us/cpp-compiler-developer-guide-and-reference-microsoft-compatibility, Intel toolchains...
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    Re: Eliminating an odd bug

    Oh my... frankly, I think this code should be completely re-written. It's terribly hard to follow.
    Anyway, I'm guessing a bit here but it seem like this is a regular 'cut & paste but forgot to...
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    Re: How to convert a program to 64 bit?

    A quick search indicates that tcwin45 creates 16 bit applications and those will not run in a 64 bit Windows.

    Download a more up to date compiler instead. Visual Studio for instance...
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    Re: How to create .com file

    First of all you have to find an ancient 16-bit compiler. I think that the old Borland Turbo C++ suites now are available for free so go ahead and search.

    Then you have to find an OS that is able...
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    Re: windows headers and mingw

    Well all I can Think of at the moment is -i'path-to-commdlg.h'
  6. Re: How to get the following Mode 13 H C Code to work in Visual Studio 2015 Pro ???

    Just to add what's already said by STLDude, I think it's "safe" to assume that everything related to DOS irqs are obsolete these days. The time of DOS was a fun time but now it's gone...
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    Re: manage with open source library - import

    A third way is to open project properties.
    Add the path to the SeqAn library in Linker - General - Additional Library Dependencies
    and add the library name(s) you want to link with in Linker -...
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    Re: Which Widows do you prefer to use?

    I totally agree with 2kaud.
    It took a long time before it was allowed at the office but now I even have had my work machine upgraded from 7 to 10. :thumb::D
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    Re: winap Dialogbox ..

    2kaud, it's alright to have it as a static. I've tossed my old Petzold book in the bin many years ago so I don't know how it was done there but I remember having it static most times during my years...
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Wow, yes that would be the ultimate solution but also require quite much extra work.

    Anyway, things have changed a bit. Now it's highly likely that the current cpu will be replaced with one with a...
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Even though we don't need the destructors for the current target we want the code to be well behaved if/when re-used on other systems.

    Thanks for the response but for this issue I think we live in...
  12. Re: Reflection to execute a method implemented from interface

    Ok,it's friday and I've had a few beers but frankly I just get confused here. Anyway, shouldn't this post be in c#or some similar forum?
  13. Re: Code works only on computer, when it was compiled

    See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms684175(v=vs.85).aspx and in particular the return value & GetLastError part. It will tell you exactly why it doesn't work
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Yes, neither exception handling nor RTTI are enabled. Enabling that completely overflows the flash. If I remember correctly that added 40-50k or so.
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    Re: Reduction of the flash footprint

    Thanks Codeplug.

    I tried -Os and that reduced the footprint about 10% so that might be a way if the resulting speed is enough. Some parts of the code is speed critical so one way might be to use...
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    [RESOLVED] Reduction of the flash footprint

    I'm currently involved in an embedded (cortex M3) C++ project where we're about to run out of flash.

    A quick check of the map file give that, in our case, the destructors consume about 10-15% of...
  17. Re: Compatibility of Borland C++ Builder 6.0 and Windows 8.1

    That compiler is ancient so you should really considering updating to a newer version!

    Anyway, MS has a compatibility checker here...
  18. Re: Memory leak detection tool with Windows7 64 bit Visual Studio

    As AlexF says it's enough to call CrtSetDbgFlag in main to get leakage information. If you wan't to get more information (such as allocation line of code) you have to do the other stuff he mentions
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    Re: What do developers do all day?

    Rejecting requirements as contradictory to each other or unclear 30%...
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    Re: Makefile options to compile for 64 bit

    -m64 should be sufficient if you have a multilib (that contains standard libs in both 32/64 bits) gcc installed
  21. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    Ah, well I don't have a MSDN subscription. My employer think it's too expensive... :(

    The reason I used sysprep was that I built a new machine and didn't want all temporaries and other junk to...
  22. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    Can you elaborate that a bit?

    If possible I prefer not to have to make a complete reinstall.
  23. Thread: Windows 8

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    Re: Windows 8

    I'm still happy about Win8 but since I did the mistake using sysprep to move /users to another drive, well I'm not 100% happy anymore. Has anybody found a way (except a full reinstall) of making 8.1...
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    Re: Traffic light with THRSim11 68HC11

    As I can't send you the 68HC11 book I have on my shelf I hope this provide at least some help http://www.hc11.demon.nl/thrsim11/68hc11/
  25. Re: How to continue my programming development(evolution, growth whatever)

    As Laserlight say, books aren't enough, you absolutely have to do something yourself as well. Reading a lot of books will help you pass the interview questions but what good is that if you don't meet...
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