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CArray<CDialog, CDialog&> dlg;
There are 10 dialogs in total. If I delete the last one using CArray::RemoveAt(), it works well.
But if I do the above, then it won't work if I try to go to the dialogs with an index greater than 5.
How to solve this?
Thanks in advance.
Posted 3-Jun-12 16:45pm
SAKryukov at 3-Jun-12 22:49pm
Why doing all that?

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Solution 1

you have ten dialog
you used constant index to remove array . i mean five : dlg.remove(5)
it's certain my pal
when you perform it for five times, you have five array and once you do it again, you'll have less than five array and you won't have array number 5 to remove that.
am i right?

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