float pound, kilogram;
printf("Pound --------- Kilos\n\n");
printf("%.2f lbs = %.2f Kg\n", pound, kilogram);
It makes it so much more obvious what is going on.
Then look at your code: where do you modify pound or kilogram?
Since they do not change, it will always print the same values.
By the way, a better loop format for your application would be a for loop:
for (int i = 0; i <= 300; i++)
for (int j = 1; j <= 100; j++)
Since you don't initialize i in your code at all, the value can be random depending on which compiler and / or compiler options you use.
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Windows services don't run in the context of a user's desktop. At any point whilst the service is running, there could be zero, one, or many users logged in to the computer, each with their own desktop.
You need to use a different solution. For example, you can use the Windows Task Scheduler to start an application when any user logs in. That application will have access to the user's desktop.
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XXX_Global.h: error: conflicting types for'uint32_t'
Line 17: typedef unsigned int uint32_t;
gcc-6.3-arm32-eabi\arm-none-eabi\include\sys\_stdint.h:48:20: note: previous declaration of 'uint32_t' was here
Line 24: typedef __uint32_t uint32_t ;
CListfeatures a deleted copy contructor.
Microsoft folks think it is not useful to pass collections by value.
You could use std::list instead (I believe Microsoft folks themselves recommend std::list over CList).
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Still get error with list me thinks it has to do that I declared stdecs just as a type without actually allocating storage i.e struct stdecs storagediscriptor; when I have the template outside of a struct it compiles thanks
I cannot create MyListBox derived from CFormView. The docs say I can put the Create call in the MyListBox ctor.
I get these errors:
// dialog template must exist and be invisible with WS_CHILD set
// invalid dialog template name
I don't want to create a resource dialog template, however, like an IDD_... because my listbox is just a PLACE_HOLDER control in a resource control.
How do I get the object created without a dialog resource IDD?
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