The line: lpbi->bmiHeader.biHeight = -240; indicates, by the used of a negative value, that this is a top-down bitmap. That is 0,0 is at the top-left corner. You say you'd tried to "pass negative values to bitmap header", did you mean by altering the sign of this? If this is the case when you then say "no luck" do you mean the video did'nt change from top-down to bottom-up or the text stayed displayed as: "some kind of bottom-up?
I have come across 'fixes' to get bitmaps/video displayed 'the right way up' in the past. These only tend to come to light when further work is done. Are yuu sure there is'nt such a fix somewhere you are not looking?
when i clicked over it and than close the mail window and again clicked over it than its gives error and becomes not responding and close tha application.
and this comes when i run my application on VISTA
please help me for this.
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It seems you are doing it the right way. Opening a file using fopen with "w" as the parameter creates an empty file for writing. If a file with the same name already exists its content is erased and the file is treated as a new empty file.
but since you are writing in the for loop the contents are written such that the file contains all the three names or names equal to the number of iterations
You need to google first, if you have "It's urgent please" mentioned in your question. _AnShUmAn_
The code was just a sample code... I want to update some information lets say for more than 1000 times, so dont you think that will an overhead? I think better option will be deleting contents amd updating the same with the updated information. Please suggest.
Now, my requirement is, each and every time I write a name into the file, i want to delete the previous name.
Little weird. So what do achieve by writing them into the file immediately? If you want to keep the last-entered text to be written, you can keep them in a temp buffer and write it into the file at the end. Otherwise if you want to keep up the requirement, I'd suggest the same as everybody there, something like