Well, there's ASCII and ASCII. (you probably don't mean ASCII, but ANSI, which is Windows-1252. ASCII is a seven-bit encoding scheme from days gone by)
I suppose you see funny characters on the screen, and you're wondering where they come from.
First, someone may have changed you code page.Google or Bing code page and you'll find instructions on how to set your code page in most Operating systems. Vista and seven don't have code pages anymore, because they use Unicode all over the place, and don't support old dos 16-bit programs anymore. The ASCII table still lingers as the first 128 characters of Unicode.
Does this put you on your way?
thanks a lot everyone, realy.
an example, in the C program. ı had wanted:
when I take "A" from keyboard, C understand it "65" Ascii.because computer run with ascii you know. like that: if('A'==65) printf("yes, this A");
ı can do this with a few variable in the program. but it s real just in that file. not anwhere apart from that c program.
thats what ı had want
ıf ı could, ı chanced it from source ( ı dont know, where is the source in operating system, in debugger or maybe in hardware )
like a frind it s nonsense.
again so thanks. ı stopped to find a way
How, and BTW read the posting guidelines ("How to ask a question") at the top of this message board. What you are asking is similar as if I asked you to come clean my house, free of charge of course. I think you need to come back on earth, nobody's gonna write a full program for you free of charge.
The problem their are no errors, it breaks with error ...
Fareed Rizkalla wrote:
...it breaks with error Access violation.
So single-step through the code until you find the offending line. If you think there are too many lines to wade through, read this thread on how to quickly narrow down a problem by removing unnecessary code.
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