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    Re: How to use CEdit Control variable updated from a tab to the dialog box ?

    IMO it's good practice to define the number of elements in a fixed size array (even those created via new) as constants (const int) near the top of the program and then use these constants when the array is defined and iterated (use < rather than <=). That way you stand less chance of accessing (and modifying!) non-existent array elements. It also makes it easier to see what are the sizes of arrays without having to trawl through the program trying to find them!

    IMO it is also not a good idea to allocate memory in one place and then have to remember to free it up somewhere else. Where possible use RAII and put allocation in the constructor and free in the destructor
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    Re: How to use CEdit Control variable updated from a tab to the dialog box ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mendeln View Post
    I don't know either how to use debugger to find this bug.
    Make sure you are in Debug configuration.
    Place the cursor on your line:
    GainExTimeF = SettingsTab.ModeCustom(k);
    and hit F5.
    When you "break" into debugger, use F11 to step into the function or F10 - to step over.
    See how far you get...
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