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Ensuring that objects allocated in one dynamic library are deleted by the same library has always been a challenge. Solutions prior to the advent of C++11 often make the usage of the library cumbersome. This is a solution using smart pointers' custom deleters.
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The "cool kids" have had this for a while, and it works quite well as a workflow. Now you can type your way to an ASP.NET website as well.

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Hi guys!I have a button named Clear. If the user selects that button, all the text boxes values will be cleared also my grid view should not contain any records. But those records should not be deleted in the database. What I need is that the grid view will first display"No Available...
by Mahendran Murugesan
Hi All, Am new to Android Application development. I have created a simple slideshow application and added a mp3 to play background. Am working with Menu control currently. I have a menu item named "Exit" trying to close the application when user click this item. I have below code to...
by Ron Anders
I have a thread hook dll that I've injected into another process.Everything is cool except the most annoying fact that if one declares:DWORD i;i = wParam ; // from a WM_USER trap for instanceAnywhere in the dll code (shared area, global declaration or inside the hookproc) every...
by Member 11051430
Hello, I would like the know a faster way to implement these lines of codes, The concept is that I want to select certain records from a query which selects a couple of tables linked with one another within Microsoft access that follow certain criteria.. which worked fine, but now that the...
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Strangely enough when I try to type a capital T in my mfc app nothing happens. If I use Caps Lock it works, but Shift t doesn't work. Initially I thought my keyboard had become faulty, but when I discovered that Shift t works in every other app in my system I started to wonder why.I try to...

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