I'm working with MFC Application which contains combo boxes and static text controls. ToolTip is given to static text to expose full text due to space constraints. Below the ComboBox i have static text which pop-ups ToolTip when mouse hovered on it. When i get my ComboBox's drop-down window, it's overlapping on the static text control. If you move your mouse from one item to other item in the ComboBox then i'm getting static text's ToolTip blocking the ComboBox item names.
Is there any way to find out that one window(Static text)is overlapped by other(ComboBox) to fix this problem?
Actually, it won't. "virtual inline" makes no sense and the inline specifier will be ignored.
Virtual functions let an object decide at runtime which particular implementation of a method should be invoked. If you have a pointer to the base object and call a virtual method, there is no way to know at compile time what type of object will be present at the actual time of the call. Hence, the compiler won't be able to figure out which implementation of the function to compile inline.
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Virtual functions let an object decide at runtime which particular implementation of a method should be invoked. If you have a pointer to the base object and call a virtual method, there is no way to know at compile time what type of object will be present at the actual time of the call. Hence, the compiler won't be able to figure out which implementation of the function to compile inline
This is of course, correct. However, if you use an object of the class in a non-polymorphic manner (say, create it on the stack), the compiler can figure out which object is used and inline the function.
Therefore, "virtual inline" actually makes sense, and will not be ignored
I think you did not really get my question. I need to get a decrypt routine to be able to get the password, as shown in the code. I can get the username but i cannot retrieve the password.
And there is no sys admin for the db for the moment.
I am not using Oracle but SQL Server, and i need to get the password. I don't think that has anything to do with the database security. The code i sent you before allows me to retrieve the username but not the password. But i need to get the password so that i can set it in Windows Registry. Where i got the code, there was something mentioned about needing a decrypt routine to be able to get the password. That's what i require.
i dont think anyone is going to give you the code to do that, but here is the clue, some FTP servers have enabled partial download of the file. So you create multiple FTP connection to the server and initiate partial download of the file from different seciont of the file.
Afer downloading all the sections of the fine in your local machine, concatenate the files.
It is better to use fgets[^] instead of fscanf. Because fscanf read formatted data, so, if it encouters a white space, this will be considere as a new 'variable' and thus will stop reading the data if it doesn't need to read anything else.