On the first day- only write #include statements.
On the second day- write function definition for main
On the following day- write one and only one line of code
and so on and so forth according to your diary schedule.
do you want to write a program that allows the user to maintain his day to day work in the form of a diary.;
You need to google first, if you have "It's urgent please" mentioned in your question. _AnShUmAn_
Is there any changes in CView::OnFilePrintPreview() between V6.0 and VS2005. Same bare bones application acts differently on both when doing FilePrintPreview as far as the print preview frame itself. Am I missing something, or what has changed?
Why I can use file to the handle in functions which needs
a handle to the volume, for example ZwFsControlFile with FSCTL_QUERY_USN_JOURNAL
in kernel mode?
If I will try the same in user-mode (with DeviceIoControl and FSCTL_QUERY_USN_JOURNAL),
This is working only with kernel handle and only in WinXP an Vista, not
in W2000! It is by design, bug or is it only my misunderstanding?
My application is for windows Vista and XP.
There are more than on Hard drive connected to my machine. I need to get Drive Letters of the Hard drive from which my system is booting.
By using GetLogicalDriveStrings Function I can get the drive letters of all Hard drives. But how can I differentiate that this particular drive letter is the partition name of my booting Hard drive?
I am having one Edit Control on my application and edit control having VScroll bar in disable mode. at one stage i need to know that this Vscroll is enabled or not? for that i need handle of VScroll bar.
I want to develop a company visitors software. the software will have the following columns:
Purpose of visiting
Who you are visiting
I am having a problem in how the interface should be. I am new in programming please can you descibe for me how the interface should be. especially the time out column. the managment should be able to see those who visited.
Last Visit: 31-Dec-99 19:00 Last Update: 28-Nov-22 1:52