My application is for windows Vista and XP.
There are more than on Hard drive connected to my machine. I need to get Drive Letters of the Hard drive from which my system is booting.
By using GetLogicalDriveStrings Function I can get the drive letters of all Hard drives. But how can I differentiate that this particular drive letter is the partition name of my booting Hard drive?
I am having one Edit Control on my application and edit control having VScroll bar in disable mode. at one stage i need to know that this Vscroll is enabled or not? for that i need handle of VScroll bar.
I want to develop a company visitors software. the software will have the following columns:
Purpose of visiting
Who you are visiting
I am having a problem in how the interface should be. I am new in programming please can you descibe for me how the interface should be. especially the time out column. the managment should be able to see those who visited.
Which does what? Do the visitors interact with the software, or some other "trained" employee?
I am having a problem in how the interface should be.
You mentioned "column" several times. What did you have in mind? Think of other software that you've used or seen. It sometimes helps to remove the computer from the equation and think how the flow would go if you just had paper and pencil.
You've got a decent start, but you need to look at it from a non-code perspective. Talk through the process several times going over different scenarios (e.g., what happens if a visitor forgets to sign in).
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Hello to all,
In my project I am doing some printing work. Now for that I dont require default settings of a printer (paper size, dpi etc.) so through coding I set some of the printer settings of my own, means user defined settings for a printer. Now my problem is that, this may happen that the settings which I set for a printer may not be acceptable for all types of printers. So how can I know that the settings which I am providing to a printer is not supported by that printer? Means is there any flag value or something of that type which gives me information about the success of my settings? so that if those settings are not supported then I can display a proper message box to the user about the settings failure. It is really very urgent.Please help me out.