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c++ - win32 - my image class
i'm trying reading a ICO file an draw it: HDC hdcimage=NULL; HICON hicon; HICON hico...
[4 replies] Last: EDIT: Apparently I'm wrong. After a bit more reading I discovered so... (by Disch)
Code::Blocks .c extension issue
Hello. I was recently testing out the "hello world" program in Code::Blocks using C. When setting...
[1 reply] : The .cbp file should not be renamed. It is, as indicated from the samp... (by Chervil)
Local Network Data
Using Visual C++ Windows Forms application I have written a program that is meant to store data anyw...
[2 replies] Last: You setup a local network share with the netshare API. As for recogniz... (by Computergeek01)
create service
Hello.I try to create a service. int _tmain (int argc, TCHAR *argv ) { SERVICE_TABLE_ENTR...
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WM_CTLCOLOREDIT and GetWindowText()
I use the WM_CTLCOLOREDIT message to set the colour of the text in my edit controls to a custom valu...
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Wrinting a function to a running process
I know the basics of capturing process info/handle so you can skip that, what I need to know is how ...
[12 replies] Last: Never mind, I found a way to pass the pid to the process directly: /... (by awsdert)
The new 'Split Button' control style.
'Split Button' seems to have been around for quite a while, but there is very little concrete refere...
[3 replies] Last: Ah I see! well in that case, yes you could handle the BCNDROPDOWN noti... (by duky)
by yaaz32
Adding 3 values to a listview
Hi How do i add 3 values to a listview? I have 3 different tools i'm using to get the date of bi...
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Having issues figuring out my loop any suggestions?
#include <string> #include <sstream> #include <fstream> #include <iostream> using std::cout; ...
[1 reply] : It's not clear what the question is. http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/be... (by kbw)
Same Error what am I doing wrong? (first time with pointers)
I keep getting the error Access violation reading location 0xCCCCCCCC I think its pointer related ...
[2 replies] Last: Yes the problem is in the line char* p3 = &varRay ; you are trying t... (by Rabindra Hota)
how to calculate number of camparision in selection sort?
kindly tell me where and how to put comparision condition in order to caculate total number of compa...
[1 reply] : When we talk about comparisons in sorting algorithms, it's comparing o... (by dhayden)
by yaaz32
I'm using a numericupdown. I want to put it in a variable called app which i declared as a string...
[1 reply] : Nevermind. solved it. System::Convert::ToString(numericupdown->value)... (by yaaz32)
by tec23
Which is faster?
WNDCLASSEX wc; wc.cbClsExtra = 0; wc.cbSize = sizeof(WNDCLASSEX); wc.cbWndExtra = 0; wc.hbrBa...
[2 replies] Last: x2 what disch said. (by freddie1)
c++ mutex header and windows header conflicts
Hi, When I try to include the header of mutex (#include <mutex>) after the windows one(#include <...
[1 reply] : This doesn't make any sense OP. Let's start with you telling us what v... (by Computergeek01)
sfml tic tac toe
[3 replies] Last: If you found an answer, please don't edit out your topic, that's not r... (by Avilius)
Unicode print problem
I am writing a Win32 application which should print some unicode characters on an edit control us...
[5 replies] Last: I changed the fonts, and put one that works on Word with mathematical ... (by MeStesso)
by zdzero
Driver can't find Nt/ZwCreateProcess
I'm fooling around trying to learn more about Windows Kernel. My target computer is running Windows ...
[5 replies] Last: This is the greatest answer I received on a problem I had. I'm not w... (by zdzero)
BMI Index
I'm trying to write a C++ program that calculates BMI Index. The user has to put both their height i...
[7 replies] Last: As mentioned by mutexe you also have an integer division going on. ... (by giblit)
by sambos
Writing / appending to a specific line in text file
Hi, With the help of some cplusplus.com users, I was able to work out how to read a specific line...
[5 replies] Last: An array is ok, and your method is ok. The memory should be fine. (by kbw)
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