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Comments by Mizan Rahman (Top 11 by date)

Mizan Rahman at 25-Oct-13 6:26am View
   
I do call this. But this does not take me to the page I am interested in. Please read the original question.
Mizan Rahman at 30-Aug-13 3:53am View
   
I updated the question, please have another look.
Mizan Rahman at 30-Aug-13 3:53am View
   
I updated the question, please have another look.
Mizan Rahman at 30-Aug-13 3:53am View
   
I updated the question, please have another look.
Mizan Rahman at 30-Aug-13 3:53am View
   
I updated the question, please have another look.
Mizan Rahman at 16-Aug-13 7:45am View
   
Hi, It seems I cannot enter code in qestion/answere. So please have a look at this post: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/2095/A-Guide-to-WIN32-Clipping-Regions?msg=4638230#xx4638230xx
Mizan Rahman at 16-Aug-13 7:39am View
   
Hi,
It seems I cannot enter code in qestion/answere. So please have a look at this post:
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/2095/A-Guide-to-WIN32-Clipping-Regions?msg=4638230#xx4638230xx
Mizan Rahman at 9-Aug-11 7:16am View
   
Thanks. it worked. I actually got the code from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/y8b57x4b(v=VS.90).aspx
Mizan Rahman at 9-Aug-11 6:40am View
   
Hi, I'm having problem writing __asm code block. I created a MFC dialog based app on my Windows7 64bit OS in VS2008. In my OnOK override, I pasted the code from 'http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/y8b57x4b(v=VS.90).aspx'. But I get error:
Error1 error C2415: improper operand type
 
Any idea why?
Mizan Rahman at 5-Aug-11 7:14am View
   
I just tested your statement, and you are right. then what should it be (if not void *)? what can I use to store a pointer to any function?
Mizan Rahman at 5-Aug-11 4:37am View
   
For the sake of simplicity, let say the call would be stdcall, all parameters would be double and all parameters are passed by value. And say I already have a parser that can read the xml string and can create an array of double for arguments.
GetArguments(std::string xml, double *& pDbl, int & count);
 
So now only variable is the number of parameters. How would go about doing that?

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