And you expect us to guess how this relates to your project? Please collect information properly, and show the actual lines of code and messages together, ensuring that you identify which line of code is marked with which error.
You could also look more closely at these messages and work out for yourself:
why the identifier 'CFIS_Main' is not recognised.
why you are using the variable 'MyInstFrm', when it has not been defined in the current compilation unit.
why the call to 'MyProjectName::For_Student_Details::GetForm()' has the wrong number of arguments.
int x = (Int32) thisisObjectType is boxing, if the type is already checked ?
if (thisisObjectType->GetType() == Int32::typeid) // declaration of thisisObjectType would be… Object^ thisisObjectType
int x = (Int32) thisisObjectType; // will this be considered as boxing ? should this be replaced with TryParse ?
From many places Iam still searching to find a solution but not yet clear to me..Its hunting my head...I will be happy, does anybody gives a solution to me..
Actually Iam having VS2010 Ultimate... on 2 systems. I updated 1 system to SP1 &
Windows 3.0 API. That system is 1ly giving the error like...
The Method or Property VCFilter::get_UrlBehavior deprecatedand nolonger implemented....
But in another system, without update, still its working fine...
when I create XML_Schema, DataSet by XML Codes, and I can access that DataSet in reports dataset tab... earlier it has worked for me...
Now its giving this error, while I try to access that from Report Data Menu,DataSet Tab...
And therefore I get confused for the above problem....Any right directions for me...
I just read on stackoverflow[^] that it is probably possible to use C++ CX in normal desktop app (NOT a WinRT app).
(To replace Managed C++ / C++ CLI, with better performance and simplicity)
I wonder, is there any article / blog describing the process? and some fun application of it??
A train station is where the train stops. A bus station is where the bus stops. On my desk, I have a work station....
My programs never have bugs, they just develop random features.
heading says it all, how could i find out the total length of the string in the ##__VA_ARGS__
Subject says "elements". Your statement says "string".
For a string you use null termination or the string length property (depending on what you mean by string.)
In standard C++ if you want to know a count of arguments passed then you need to provide a mechanism for doing that yourself. Just like if your printf format string doesn't match the args passed then it will go off the end. Thus the format string implicitly defines the count.
Not sure but in Managed C++ it might be an actual array so you should be able to get to the Length property.