looks like it should generate some kind of type mismatch error. At the very least I think you would have to deliberately cast 'b' to something before you can assign it to a unique_ptr variable. I'm not sure about the other two errors.
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This program must accept as input from the user a value between 0 and 255 to be used as the
secret key, the name of the input file and the name of the output file. No line in the input file
should contain more than 4096 characters.
After the user would have provided their secret key, this program should read and perform an
XOR cipher on the contents of the input file and write the result to the output file.
If the input file has already been encrypted and the identical secret key that was used to
perform the initial encryption is provided, then the contents of the output file should be
deciphered into its original plain text.
can you please provide me with the algorithm on how to go about doing this work.
This is a fairly obvious homework question so you should at least make an effort to do the work yourself. If you do not understand how to apply XOR to a string of characters then you should read this page[^]. Similarly, reading and writing files is a basic part of the language that can be learned by reading these pages[^].
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You may use different methods to read Excel files. Which one to use depends on the version of the Excel files (XLS and/or XLSX) and if Excel is installed or not:
Using Excel Automation (COM / OLE Dispatch) with the Excel type library. This requires an installed Excel on the machine running your application (which defines what Excel file versions can be read) and the Excel type library on the development machine.
Using ODBC or ADO (OLE DB). These are database interfaces that handle sheets from Excel files like databases tables. Drivers for XLS files are present on all Windows systems. Drivers for XLSX files are installed by Office 2007 or with the 'Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable' package.
Once you have decided which method you want to use, search for samples here at CP and in the web using the above keywords. But be prepared that reading Excel files is not done with a few lines of codes.
Dear coders, for few days, I struggle to solve a simple problem: to scroll the window after zooming, in such a way, that mouse position stay in the exactly same logical position ... and I didn't succeded.
The view is based on CScrollView, mapping mode is always MM_TEXT, zomming is changing by 10%. Nothing special.
Have you see how Window Photo Viewer (from Windows 7) work on zooming ? I want to implement the same behaviour ... does anybody do that before ? Anybody have similar code ?
Is it possible to write precommit hooks for svn in c/c++?
If so how to write a hook which will ask the user to update document version everytime the user checks in the document in svn. My knowledge is limited to the fact that the .exe to be created should be named Precommit and be placed in the repository where the user performs any action in repository.Please guide me.
Thanks for the reply.
In our case we have a different types of data types used in the app(ie UINT8,UINT16,UINT32) and the different types of pointers(ie PUINT8,PUINT16,PUINT32).Here do i need to change the types to 64 or not?Because i am getting the crashes in the driver driver in different places.
Thanks for the reply,
in case of pointers for eg PUINT8 OR PUINT16 do i need to change the datatypes to PUINT32 or PUINT64?
and for normal variables UINT8 OR UINT16 do i need to change the datatypes to UINT32 or UINT64?
if not in which cases i have to change the data types.
I am totally new to the drivers programming,Please suggest me some links.
On what operating system? If you want to keep track of total memory usage, you'll need a way to determine the size in memory of all code (e.g. application and dynamically linked libraries) and stack, which will vary depending on OS.
For dynamic heap memory usage, you can make your own implementation of new/delete that counts allocated heap memory - this is the approach taken by memory leak detectors. Have a look at VLD which is an open-source memory leak detector for Visual C++.
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