Windows Programming (Page 2)

by sambos
Writing / appending to a specific line in text file
Hi, With the help of some users, I was able to work out how to read a specific line...
[6 replies] Last: check out SetFilePointer() API. you can point to a particular offset i... (by igor1985)
How to get the handle of context-menu(right click) in notepad ?
Hi All, I'm new to windows programming. I'm able to get the handle of "notepad window" using ...
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by ushacy
defining a macros in makefile and using those macros in c file
Hi am new to these makefiles, i have to access a macro defined in makefile to other .c files in my p...
[1 reply] : CFLAGS += -DADC_MODULE=1 (by kbw)
COM querying Interfaces
Interface* pAnotherInterface; IcomPtr->QueryInterface(IID_Interface, (LPVOID*) &pAnotherInterface)...
[1 reply] : Why do we need (LPVOID*) then &pAnotherInterface ? void* is a poin... (by kbw)
How to increase priority of MIDI input callbacks? (thread pools)
Hi, I'm the author of a (free) realtime MIDI software called ChordEase which makes use of the MID...
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by wlock
Resume Ability for a simple Download Manager (C++ - WinInet)
Hello I'm writing a very simple download manager which just can Download - Pause - Resume, how i...
[2 replies] Last: Thx my friend (by wlock)
create service
Hello.I try to create a service. int _tmain (int argc, TCHAR *argv ) { SERVICE_TABLE_ENTR...
[11 replies] Last: [quote=Computergeek01]Services are weird, they're PE's but they can't ... (by modoran)
Need help with 2 linker errors
First /NODEFAULTLIB switch is on, /ENTRY:main is also set Platform is Windows 7 x86 but will also t...
[1 reply] : Managed to resolve the issues, for those who have similar problems I'l... (by awsdert)
C++ DLL and CertFindCertificateInStore
I have been struggling to read a certificate in windows store from C++ DLL, but its not happening. f...
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by tec23
Can I initialize Win32 structures array style?
I know a lot of people do this WNDCLASSEX wc; wc.cbSize = sizeof(WNDCLASSEX); wc.cbClsExtra = 0; w...
[1 reply] : You can do this, but the first is more readable, so it's preferable in... (by denormal)
by TerryM
Seeking Advice/Guidance in Window UI development and tools
Hi, This is my first posting at, so I apologize in advanced for any mistakes. I w...
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building a widnow driver
Hello all. I'm trying to build/install/run a driver. Visual studio 2008,wdk 7600,windows 7 x64. S...
[6 replies] Last: Look at that, I had the answer bookmarked this whole time: http://msdn... (by Computergeek01)
Forcing an application to front
Hello I recently began developing a virtual desktop style application similar to "Dexpot".
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Is there a Win32 version of itoa?
To be clear what I mean is does Win32 provide something like IntToStrA in it's api, for now I have a...
[8 replies] Last: I get what you're saying but that's a separate method altogether and d... (by awsdert)
c++ - win32 - my image class
i'm trying reading a ICO file an draw it: HDC hdcimage=NULL; HICON hicon; HICON hico...
[9 replies] Last: now i'm trying draw the cursor: //create the transparent icon handle ... (by Cambalinho)
"Live Widget" service, test it now.
Hello, my name is Dor, and I'm the marketing manager of Miranor, a software company that develops pr...
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What does it mean?
Error 2 error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals Error 1 error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol ...
[1 reply] : I would guess you have a header file that declares a constructor for a... (by Zhuge)
c++ mutex header and windows header conflicts
Hi, When I try to include the header of mutex (#include <mutex>) after the windows one(#include <...
[9 replies] Last: Thanks! That solved it! (by Gomitung)
by rasha
c++ simple code for source code analysis
i need to write simple code that can be used for static analysis for c++ programs. the code should ...
[3 replies] Last: I guess step one is knowing for sure that the code is actually written... (by Computergeek01)
Code::Blocks .c extension issue
Hello. I was recently testing out the "hello world" program in Code::Blocks using C. When setting...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks Chervil, I see that now. (by Bogeyman)
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