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QuestionFmod include errors PinmemberMember 79972644-Apr-12 13:55 
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QuestionVC++: cant manipulate forms PinmemberMember 875813424-Mar-12 22:05 
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QuestionReading connection string from App.config using LINQ PinmemberWheels01219-Mar-12 4:37 
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GeneralRe: help a beginner please PinmemberAlbert Holguin21-Mar-12 7:50 
Those are web based chats... so you should probably learn about doing web (or cloud) based applications and their relevant tools/frameworks. You can do it with C++ as well, but at that point you're probably working at a lower level than you have to.
QuestionPlease explain below code.... PinmemberMember 154408715-Mar-12 5:44 
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Questionwhy construction called when i overload the operator new in c++ by calling malloc PinmemberAARON_ZXF2-Mar-12 23:05 
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QuestionIs it safe to pass CComVariant declared locally ot other function Pinmemberptr_Electron21-Feb-12 1:57 
QuestionMouseEnter and MouseLeave Events PinmemberLucidation20-Feb-12 11:54 
QuestionClass Constructor in C++ PinmemberLamos Paul20-Feb-12 8:38 
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QuestionFading a Form PinmemberLucidation18-Feb-12 7:15 
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QuestionCArchiveException exception is not caught in catch(CArchiveException* e) block Pinmemberptr_Electron17-Feb-12 5:21 
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