Im writing a C++ program, and I need to add a member variable to a class. This member variable is an object that takes 2 parameters to it's contructor. How do I declare the variable in the header of my class, and initialize it in the constructor of the class that I am using it in?
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When you hit the enter key in VS6 it inserts "\r\n" which drops you down a line. This is normal behavior in windows, however I'm editing C++ files that are being used in unix and the \r is an annoyance there.
My question is, does anyone know how to stop VS from inserting the \r -or- Is there a way to run a small script that would strip this out when you save the file?
I don't believe there is a solution in VC6 except to write a little program. (In fact VC6 will take files that have just LF and convert them automatically to CR/LF. By default, VC7 will preserve the original style.)