The same thing quite a lot of people mean too, I suppose [^].
(Should I say 'editor'?)
And regarding part 3, when i put count='1',the whole compiler runs it and gets stuck O_O,need to restart :X
The compiler runs and compiles the program. At the end you've an executable that, in turn, runs badly (make you restarting the computer). When a program hangs a system, it is, of course running, and producing (pretty noticeable) output.
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I remembered asking that question before and someone helped me out in editing my "wrong" program but i forgot to ask why he needed to put that '...' sign, but anyway, through trial and error i managed to produce the following :
using namespace std;
Ah so u were the person that helped me out the other day :P
The sign i was talking about isn't the '...',but rather the ' ' sign,ie, why should we put char='A' and not char=A.But palin helped in answering this part earlier already xD
Re:Trial and error part, my tutor said the program was too short, and moreover someone else in my class also used the same program so i tried introducing the count char and after a few tries, i managed to get the answer. :P
I'd like to implement a control that will be used to build up a list of recipients for an email. It will ideally behave in a similar manner to Outlook 2007 (as that's the product we sell as an email client).
The window class for the Outlook 2007 control is a RichEdit20WPT but that doesn't seem to match any of the rich edit class names in the SDK headers. Can anyone tell me if this is a standard control or not?
Do any of the standard rich edit controls provide the necessary features to get a control to behave like the Outlook 2007 controls?
I dont see anything about RichEdit20WPT in the MSDN about Rich Edit Controls[^]. If the naming convention is any clue then it is most likely an extended RichEdit20W control used exclusively in Microsoft Office.
My program crashes on a client's pc (with XP) on this 3 lines (on any other pc it correcly runs):
m_pMainWnd->ShowWindow(SW_SHOWMAXIMIZED); //Wanted a maximed window
m_pMainWnd->SetForegroundWindow(); //Set this window on the top of the others
They are default instruction in the initialization function (InitInstance) of a MFC program.
My antivirus (COMODO) tells a warning on UpdateWindow because when run trys to install a global hook on "atioglxx.dll" (It looks a dll from my ATI video board). If I do not permit this the program stops, else runs perfectly.
I'm quite sure that some setting of the antivirus of the client is locking this function! Or that his video-board isn't so compatible with this function.
Why this hook? Is it important? can I avoid this to let the program run on every pc?
Any other solution?
Of course there is the easy way (but not the real solution) to tell to the user to disable the antivirus (I think it is Norton)
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