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Comments by Mukit, Ataul (Top 35 by date)

Mukit, Ataul at 28-Dec-11 4:15am View
   
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the first dimensions size can be anything FYKI
Mukit, Ataul at 6-Dec-11 23:50pm View
   
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Never thought of it that way about the second form taking extra memory.. thnx for pointing it out :)
Mukit, Ataul at 31-Aug-11 2:50am View
   
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How about a solution then from your end to justify the vote of 2... :)?
Mukit, Ataul at 25-Aug-11 0:26am View
   
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what is the[YourPartitionValue] here?
Mukit, Ataul at 24-Aug-11 3:16am View
   
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Extend it to what.. a full article?
Mukit, Ataul at 23-Aug-11 10:18am View
   
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Just becoz u knew it b4hand, doesn't mean everybody knows it.. there r lot of ppl who searches in code project for solutions, u should keep it in your mind!!
Mukit, Ataul at 29-Jul-11 2:28am View
   
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If it's useful then why vote 4 and not 5 :S?
Mukit, Ataul at 30-Jun-11 4:26am View
   
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Thanx for pointing out the mistake, I removed the str which was put there by mistake. Now to answer your real question, I tried to pass a char* as template argument and it didn't work. So this is a workaround. If you take the VHRes::name variable outside of the VHRes (i.e, make it an independant varialbe outside fo class scope) and try to initialize it and pass it, it simply won't work!! Atleast doesn't work in MS Visual Studio 2005
Mukit, Ataul at 21-Apr-11 4:52am View
   
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Darn!! I missed that delete pBitmapBits part, thanx..!! Code project also cud have a Like option like facebooks in the comments/reply sections. :) I really like what u said in ur posts... :):)
Mukit, Ataul at 21-Apr-11 0:52am View
   
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Thanx.. that was really inpiring
Mukit, Ataul at 20-Apr-11 2:19am View
   
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Not sure whether changin the alpha value is a good solution.. but definitely worth a try, might look into this in spare time.. thnx for ur input..!!
Mukit, Ataul at 20-Apr-11 0:40am View
   
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I think >> 8 means division by 256 and not 255.
Can anybody enlighten me about this?
Mukit, Ataul at 19-Apr-11 5:25am View
   
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my pleasure..
Mukit, Ataul at 12-Apr-11 6:49am View
   
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as mentioned in your point 4 - "Reordering when necessary might reduce that" - could u elaborate a little more on this plz, i didn't get what u meant by reordering..
Mukit, Ataul at 12-Apr-11 6:43am View
   
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All i can say is "WOW!!" .. Thnx... it mite really help in future
Mukit, Ataul at 12-Apr-11 3:44am View
   
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Finally some appreciation.. thanx :)
Mukit, Ataul at 6-Apr-11 6:26am View
   
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Maybe sledgehammer, wud u be kind enough to post an improvement/alternate of the tip...
Mukit, Ataul at 6-Apr-11 0:15am View
   
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Acknowledged.. Although since GetPixel and SetPixel is done in a memory dc it will be a little faster than a screen dc. Anyway, this tip was mainly to focus upon how to achieve AlphaBlending in the most simplest of manners
Mukit, Ataul at 27-Mar-11 0:57am View
   
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nothing new to u.. so i guess u r entitled to give a 1...
Mukit, Ataul at 22-Feb-11 23:51pm View
   
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You have to have an increasing id field johnharold.. You cannot expect t.Field1 to be a debit/credit amount field, rather t.Field1 is usually an autonumber field in increasing order..
Mukit, Ataul at 22-Feb-11 8:58am View
   
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not working well meaning.. it's slow? or it doesn't work at all ????
Mukit, Ataul at 22-Feb-11 5:28am View
   
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I thought tips was not about extensive research.. just something useful for some ppl in some time..
Mukit, Ataul at 21-Feb-11 10:28am View
   
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Thnx... I actually got it from someone else and he didn't give me the reference.. Thought it wud be useful so posted it, If I had the proper reference I would have given it .. anyway.. thnx a million...
Mukit, Ataul at 25-Jan-11 6:25am View
   
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Yes, I know these are all in the internet.. but, when u post a tip, it's readily available without going through much surfing..
Mukit, Ataul at 24-Jan-11 0:38am View
   
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thnx..
Mukit, Ataul at 16-Jan-11 23:53pm View
   
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You are right.. it's not an article.. it's a tip.. and the best part of the tip is in bottom with bold words..
Mukit, Ataul at 15-Jan-11 23:52pm View
   
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How very nice.. thnx..
Mukit, Ataul at 13-Jan-11 7:21am View
   
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I tried, doesn't seem to work.. the pre tag..
Mukit, Ataul at 11-Jan-11 0:39am View
   
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Trivial for someone as talented as you maybe, who has the whole MSDN in his head, but for some of the amateurs like us, this may come in handy..
Mukit, Ataul at 15-Oct-10 11:36am View
   
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Maybe I would be sounding too naive to ask this.. but since you've shown me the tip of the ice-berg, I would like to see a little more.. How would the adapter pattern solution look like? I personally have hard time distinguishing a bridge from the adapter. So definitely there will be some milage if you are kind enough to add also the adapter usability example. Thanks so much for your attention and time..
Mukit, Ataul at 14-Oct-10 7:09am View
   
Thanks, but probably not possible in compile time like Pallini said.. But thanx very much, I'd be looking into it.. Btw can you give an example or a reference site which deals with this problem?
Mukit, Ataul at 14-Oct-10 5:26am View
   
Say, I am not using java, rather C# or some other language which doesn't have the friend feature..
Mukit, Ataul at 14-Oct-10 4:25am View
   
Nope, not yet.. my question wasn't state properly and I rephrased the question .. so could you please have a look at the question again and suggest a solution please?
Mukit, Ataul at 14-Oct-10 4:11am View
   
Actually my question was not stated properly. I thought java didn't support the concept of friend at all (silly me). What I really wanted to ask was, what is the design pattern to address the problem of exposing few methods to only certain classes
Mukit, Ataul at 14-Oct-10 4:08am View
   
Thanks very much for your answer which gave me some insight about java and friend. But sorry for being stupid. Actually my question was not stated properly. I thought java didn't support the concept of friend at all (silly me). What I really wanted to ask was, what is the design pattern to address the problem of exposing few methods to only certain classes.

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