Using Windows 7 and VS 2010 (soon 2015).
I’m writing a C++ managed code dll (managed.dll)which will be an intermediary between our unmanaged C++ code (program.exe) and a third party C# driver dll (tcbDriver.dll).
I don’t have access to the code for tcbDriver.dll. However, in the following example of managed.dll code, I use a TcbDriver class which accesses the tcbDriver.dll. So program.exe calls "__declspec(dllexport) int ConnectTCB()" in managed.dll, which in turns calls Connect() in tcbDriver.dll.
The problem is, I don’t know how get the managed.dll code to preserve the same instance of "work" or "tcb" for other methods that program.exe will call.
For example, in this case tcbDriver.dll will eventually make tcb.Initialized equal to "true", indicating it is done initializing the hardware.
However, managed.dll needs to use the same instance of "work" or "tcb" in another exposed function that it used to call Connect().
The exposed function "__declspec(dllexport) bool IsInitialized()" makes a new instance, so tcbDriver.dll doesn't ever make tcb.Initialized equal to "true", even after TcbDriver is done initializing.
I have the following code.
Why does not my x is displayed.
I do not understand, X is returned by the getX() function wich is called from the derived class SecondClass() through an object of type FirstClass().
Initialization of X was done using constructor function FirstClass(int x).
I did not want to use the initialization function like setX ().
I am a student of BS(CS) "Computer Science" .
I have a project of "AES Code implementation in C++" and i have submit that project on 28 JUNE 2016
I have a technical issue in my code
Only serious programmers were needed. I can provide any sort of help (to understand my code)