Dialog name IDs should be either a string or a 16-bit unsigned integer.
If you remove dialog id definition (#define IDD_TESTDLG_DIALOG number) from the file named "resource.h", it will work. Or you should enter that name with double quotes (like "IDD_TESTDLG_DIALOG") as dialog ID of dialog properties.
and in the code have this :
That's what I'd likely go for
Best practise? Is there one? I don't think so. But in the *nix world, they tend to use that pattern. For example, in my Mac's /usr/include directory, there are 267(!) directories for different libraries (like libxml, libxslt, rpc, subversion, python).
Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p
I would like to get all text values from my MS Access database, I can access directly each column value (ie: str = FF_Text.m_Column1, str = FF_Text.m_Column2, ...)
But instead do like that for 27 times ... I would like to access them through their columns! However, I could not find the way to retrieve column text value!
strSQL.Format ("SELECT * FROM TABLE_Text WHERE Title = 'Information'");
FF_Text.Open (AFX_DAO_USE_DEFAULT_TYPE, strSQL, 0);
for (i=0; i<27; i++)
str[i] = FF_Text.(???) // Get text value in intended column
I am trying to use the IGPM interface from the gpmgmt.dll. The dll is registered in Win2008 server. But when I execute my exe file (written in C++) it simply throws an HRESULT error - "0x80040154 The class is not regsiteresd" and the GetLastError returns "1008 ERROR_NO_TOKEN".
I created a tab control using Win32 , I require to add X button and h-scroll(Right top corner) as in VS2005 IDE. can any one give a idea how to Override tab control, X button like IE7 will also be good.
When the above code is compailed in VS 2005 (VC++), following is the error
error C2664: 'stlp_std::list<_Tp>::list(const stlp_std::list<_Tp> &)' : cannot convert parameter 1 from 'int' to 'const stlp_std::list<_Tp> &'
Reason: cannot convert from 'int' to 'const stlp_std::list<_Tp>'
Constructor for class 'stlp_std::list<_Tp>' is declared 'explicit'
I tried to return xlong value, but still getting the same error
Look at what the function is supposed to return (a std::list<xlong>) and look at what you are actually returning (an integer). IF you want this to work, you either have to change the return type to long or return a std::list<xlong> object form your function.
Can I open different dialogs in an application and have them remain open?
I am trying to avoid using MDI.
Or do I have to open different instances of my application and use IPC to communicate between them?
What are you trying to achieve exactly ? Do you want multiple dialogs on which the user can interract at the same time ? If yes, then your dialogs have to be modeless dialogs.
But this has nothing to do with MDI, so I don't see why you are talking about that . Maybe I didn't understand your question correctly.
I am in need of an idea for a problem that has to have been solved a throusand times over. But after implementing some code that should take care of the troublemaker (rand()) - but didn´t - and a lot of research I am at a loss here.
I built a server which has to generate some random numbers for each client that connects. So I created a nice singleton wrapper class for the random generator and now it´s seeded (srand(time(NULL))) once at startup and thereafter every call should present me an actual (pseudo-)random number.
As you may have guessed, theory didn´t work out. All numbers are very random for every single call from ONE client. As soon as another client connects it gets THE SAME 'random' sequence of numbers. Even though the seed was plantet only once AND they don´t even ask at the same time.
Here´s a little code on the number generation, maybe someone has an idea:
ToolBox* ToolBox::m_pToolbox = NULL;
m_pLogger = Logger::GetInstance();
srand ( time(NULL) );
if( m_pToolbox == NULL )
m_pToolbox = new ToolBox();
// Random number generation///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
BYTE ret = LOBYTE((WORD)rand());
// test random numbersint r1 = rand();
int r2 = rand();
int r3 = rand();
int r4 = rand();
m_pLogger->Out( Logger::DEBUG, "TestRand 1: %d\nTestRand 2: %d\nTestRand 3: %d\nTestRand 4: %d\n", r1, r2, r3, r4 );