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Anthony Appleyard26-Feb-13 6:39
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QuestionUser privileges stopping a program from rename(,)'ing files Pin
Anthony Appleyard20-Jan-13 18:51
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Super Lloyd20-Jan-13 19:52
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GeneralBUG FOUND Pin
Anthony Appleyard21-Jan-13 0:03
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QuestionA pointer reference as l-value Pin
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AnswerRe: A pointer reference as l-value Pin
Richard MacCutchan20-Jan-13 3:56
mveRichard MacCutchan20-Jan-13 3:56 
You code makes no sense, you are trying to set values into functions. The functions Left() and Right() are called to return the values of those pointers. You should be using the Node pointers left and right; although you have made them private so you cannot as the class stands. Either make them public, or provide setter functions for them.
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QuestionThe 'rename' function gives errno == -1 Pin
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