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String^ to UTF-16 convertion in VC++

aboutjayesh posted 29-May-14 22:18pm
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migrating visual studio 6.0 to Visual Studio 2010

ranjithkumar81 updated 29-May-14 0:04am
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How To Create A Speedometer In Visual Studio In Windows Form Application Vc++, I Have Gone Through, But I Didnt Find Anything Related To Vc++.Please Let Me Know The Steps,Thanks In Advance

CPallini updated 29-May-14 0:00am
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upgrade visual c++ 6 application into visual studio 2010

leon de boer updated 28-May-14 19:48pm
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How to push and pop Queue structure Used in COM DLL

Richard MacCutchan updated 28-May-14 7:05am
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after converted VC6.0 code to VS2010 it shows error

CPallini updated 23-May-14 0:17am
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what error in this char DEBUG=1

CPallini updated 22-May-14 23:08pm
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WHILE CONVERTING VC6.0 CODE TO VS2010 I HAD FOLLOWING ERRORS

Richard MacCutchan updated 22-May-14 22:41pm
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Open a Folder Using Explorer.exe

Manikandan10 updated 22-May-14 22:04pm
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How Can I Pair Bluethooth Device Windows Ce

updated 21-May-14 20:35pm
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ser_conn () outside how to write Thread function in c++ COM Dll

CPallini updated 15-May-14 2:13am
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How Can I Find All Elements Matching With A Word In A Vector.

updated 15-May-14 2:12am
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how to convert c# code

Sergey... updated 8-May-14 20:53pm
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how to retrieve sql error logs

Maciej Los updated 5-May-14 23:58pm
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visual studio 2010 generated dll size larger

Zon-cpp posted 5-May-14 20:27pm
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CStatusBar::SetIndicators want similar work in CMFCRibbonStatusBar?

sachanratnesh posted 5-May-14 3:16am
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Debugging Activex Exe

sourabhmehta posted 1-May-14 20:22pm
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How do I...Display string which has particular word

José Amílcar... updated 1-May-14 6:52am
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binary '=' : no operator found which takes a right-hand operand of type 'TradeRecord *' (or there is no acceptable conversion)

Sergey... updated 30-Apr-14 6:13am
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missing type specifier - int assumed. Note: C++ does not support default-int

leon de boer updated 30-Apr-14 4:36am
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