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KarstenK yesterday View
   
Remind that cost effiency is key for the use. So prefer a low cost chain.

One advice: only server side authentification is sure, because client side can be compromised. Never store sensitive data on the client. It is an attack goal at first side.
KarstenK 2 days ago View
   
Contact the manufacturer of the hardware for what API is provided. The question isnt answerable.
KarstenK 21-Jul-16 8:16am View
   
codeproject is a more windows centric website. I know QT as good platform indepedent GUI-framework.
KarstenK 20-Jul-16 12:54pm View
   
Programming is like a hurdle run. The real problems occur when the hurdle is too high. Learn to fight them down. ;-)
KarstenK 1-Jul-16 3:36am View
   
Nice, but it makes the code harder to understand because it leads to mixing the string type. And only leads to bugs.
KarstenK 28-Jun-16 9:29am View
   
You must debug it step by step to find the problems and solve them.

It is no simple question, but a "please write my code". Consult a mate or hire a coder.
KarstenK 27-Jun-16 6:24am View
   
Has your class A some members which can cause the problem?
KarstenK 26-Jun-16 13:37pm View
   
The windows media player is crappy. I have a lot of video which cant be played. Try VLC Player.
KarstenK 22-Jun-16 8:30am View
   
Sounds like the problem is in the WiFi data fetch and it kills the app. I would try a watchdog thread which checks the life your camera thread and restarts it when needed.
KarstenK 16-Jun-16 5:48am View
   
Check the input data and make some output of the dimensions when you run.
KarstenK 15-Jun-16 12:34pm View
   
That isnt a good idea. The header data and file extension are used to identify the data type. If your bits are misinterpreted you earn garbage instead of a picture :-(
KarstenK 9-Jun-16 5:38am View
   
it is obvious that your fmtctx isnt somehow properly initialized. But dont know hot to fix it.
KarstenK 31-May-16 9:56am View
   
Let me guess: it is your homework? Consider "Learning by doing"...
KarstenK 30-May-16 4:30am View
   
MS writes that you cant use you BOTH flags at the time.
KarstenK 28-May-16 13:27pm View
   
Run it as 32-bit process on Windows 10 to check whether it is a 32/64 bit problem or Windows 10 issue. May some of your input data is invalid for 64 bit.

Are you using some lib for OpenGL? Maybe it isnt the 64 bit version linked in...
KarstenK 27-May-16 8:30am View
   
Check for some mistyping around outportb. Maybe you better use "(" instead of "<".
KarstenK 26-May-16 5:27am View
   
Sorry I wont, but a tip for the last step: if you have the bits, you can use https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/zy1a2d14(v=vs.110).aspx

KarstenK 13-May-16 13:08pm View
   
the idl compiler is a lady. If she get such file extension it wont work. Maybe thats the solution :~
KarstenK 10-May-16 10:29am View
   
Sorry, but try your luck in an ubuntu forum. Here is the Q&A for coding questions ..
KarstenK 9-May-16 3:07am View
   
The question is weired and makes little sense for.

My advise: You better learn coding instead of waisting time with such nonsense.
KarstenK 2-May-16 12:21pm View
   
Show the complete code with the construction of the object which crashes. I guess that is somehow invalid for the call...
KarstenK 2-May-16 8:27am View
   
Looks like these functions arent in your binary. Check the linking procedures your binary.
KarstenK 24-Apr-16 13:10pm View
   
try an opencv forum or google for it. The chances for getting an answer for that type of question are very, very low.
KarstenK 19-Apr-16 8:20am View
   
Take a look at the remote control software TeamViewer.
KarstenK 16-Apr-16 3:13am View
   
Maybe you had some USB stick or portable disk used.
KarstenK 16-Apr-16 3:11am View
   
Unclear. Do you mean MS Word or drawing a picture as background under some text.
KarstenK 12-Apr-16 8:10am View
   
The question is unclear, but check: you must recommit the texture to the OpenGL and redraw it.
KarstenK 11-Apr-16 7:48am View
   
strcmp takes 2 parameter of type char*. Google for the function and some sample code.
KarstenK 7-Apr-16 8:11am View
   
Changing the image format means that you recode the image. Maybe the OpenCV library may help you. It isnt as simple as copying some code from MSDN and asking for portation to Linux. :-(
KarstenK 5-Apr-16 10:05am View
   
You must be sure, what data is in your bin-file. If it is bitmap data, than you need a completly other solution.
KarstenK 4-Apr-16 2:26am View
   
Do you really to code the next years, or do something in managment or sales? You must follows your dreams about your future, because only when you love it, you will work hard and with passion for the details, so you will achieve outstanding results.

What about diving into the mobile apps: whether it is in the Apple universe, Android or Windows Mobile?
KarstenK 3-Apr-16 4:30am View
   
The only way is to check whether some frames have a significant difference to earlier ans/or later frames.

Anyway your question is too unspecific to give answer.
KarstenK 27-Mar-16 4:48am View
   
Especailly Microsoft specific is, that every new version of tools has its pitfalls. You better use the right tool, or risking big headaches. Believe an old Microsoftie: it isnt worth the effort...
KarstenK 23-Mar-16 13:57pm View
   
If you use OpenSSL you can work on other features. Use it as a static library, so the needed code will get linked in your binary.
KarstenK 20-Mar-16 15:10pm View
   
Sounds like you got little knowledge, but a big project. It is very naive to think that it is easy. Consider some professional advice or learn a lot. You will need some weeks of learning.
KarstenK 13-Mar-16 5:16am View
   
The write isnt correct implemented. There can be multiple write needed if you have a big input file. I would implement really more error checking ...
KarstenK 10-Mar-16 2:18am View
   
Tip: For certificate installation the running process must be an administrator.
KarstenK 26-Feb-16 7:04am View
   
This is what your source code will execute. Use a debugger to visit each step of your code.
KarstenK 25-Feb-16 5:14am View
   
write a global queue handler which owns the buffers and has info about the type and its usage status.

But that is a task for two weeks and not two days. You have waisted YOUR precious time!!!
KarstenK 24-Feb-16 2:49am View
   
There are a lot of online tutorials in the web like on youtube or codeschool.com.

And my serious advice: coding is learned by engaged coding.
KarstenK 22-Feb-16 11:59am View
   
Give us more information, if you REALLY want help. (the complete error message)
KarstenK 17-Feb-16 12:28pm View
   
it is not clear what you want. Sometimes IN is a macro for coding guideline security and means const.
KarstenK 16-Feb-16 6:54am View
   
Is Parent_hWnd really the handle of the toolbar? Plz use the value from the creation.
KarstenK 14-Feb-16 12:38pm View
   
You shouldnt save files in a database. It is bad design.

Save the files on some server with some ID-mechanism for read and write operations.
KarstenK 2-Feb-16 3:03am View
   
Write it as answer ;-)
KarstenK 27-Jan-16 13:59pm View
   
Start here: c.learncodethehardway.org/book/

After some month you will understand why...
KarstenK 24-Jan-16 4:37am View
   
it is so easy: www.rentacoder.net
KarstenK 22-Jan-16 5:38am View
   
NP-API of Mozilla is deprecated and will soon be out of business. What about HTML5?

Tip: Look what technology Google is prefering.
KarstenK 10-Jan-16 13:21pm View
   
Please use a debugger and if you find the problematic function - check the return code and google for the function.
KarstenK 3-Jan-16 4:13am View
   
Check that the libraries are multi-threading safe.
Use some test data to find the bug. And start with a simple one thread case.
KarstenK 1-Jan-16 13:47pm View
   
You really should start with some thinking and skteching on paper for some hours. It feels like waisting time, but you can clearer understand which solution you want to develop.
KarstenK 30-Dec-15 12:14pm View
   
the rowsize in the data is WITH padding. Do not subtract it.

Tip: use a simple rectangular test bmp to find your bug. ;-)
KarstenK 21-Dec-15 12:48pm View
   
You must show the RELEVANT DATA. But what it is, that must you (or your designer, manager) decide.

To be or not to be - that is the question. ;-)
KarstenK 21-Dec-15 12:46pm View
   
selectSingleNode((_bstr_t)m_strKeypath.AllocSysString());
the SysString must be freed. Memory leak!!!
KarstenK 20-Nov-15 3:14am View
   
He has the freedom to make his own choices - as you. Dont ferget it!!!
KarstenK 10-Nov-15 14:24pm View
   
it is simple math with sinus and cosinus. Consider that you really are in trouble by not understanding such tasks. Ask some mate or teacher and learn your stuff or you wont make your exams. :-(
KarstenK 28-Oct-15 7:47am View
   
Maybe a firewall is a solution.
KarstenK 19-Oct-15 6:15am View
   
Reason for my vote of 4 \n please add somedays the PostThreadMessage-API for completness. It is very important for robust multi-thrreading programming.
KarstenK 19-Oct-15 4:57am View
   
Nice homework. Get busy learning to code. ;-)
KarstenK 9-Oct-15 4:39am View
   
Consider sending your data in a common file format with modern security and process it later. Like xml pdf or jpg.
KarstenK 7-Oct-15 7:50am View
   
Why dont you a library, as I (or we) yesterday advised? If you dont wanna learn, you'll never will learn...
KarstenK 3-Oct-15 13:45pm View
   
And what are the linker errors???
KarstenK 25-Aug-15 6:55am View
   
I can only guess that you better the result callback for setting the results and call the next method. Show some code!!!
KarstenK 21-Aug-15 6:50am View
   
Please clearify your question. Use in the text the same variable names as in your code. It is best practice to use long or meaningful names.

I guess you need a two dimensional array. Like results[6][20];
KarstenK 11-Aug-15 8:38am View
   
The error is correct. You must correct your call of AddNumbers. But I got no clue how :-O
KarstenK 11-Aug-15 8:13am View
   
Set a debug point at the last clear code point and step through. Watch some Youtube videos. There is a bunch of good tutorials. ;-)
KarstenK 10-Aug-15 3:26am View
   
Explain what is your programming languag, framework and IDE?
KarstenK 5-Aug-15 13:43pm View
   
I guess it depends on the compiler and some setting. My tip is 21.
KarstenK 4-Aug-15 6:43am View
   
Consider only using the KEY_READ flag, so you havent any trouble with access rights.
KarstenK 15-Jul-15 7:30am View
   
Sometimes are stupid questions used to make somebody unsure, or the questioner dont know what he is talking. Strange things are happening.
KarstenK 14-Jul-15 9:24am View
   
Can it be that your image grabbing is single threaded? Starting some threads also means overhead. You better make a sound concept which tasks to outsource in threads and which one only gets quequeded. Only one image grabbing and one file processing thread with queues to avoid statup and shutdown of API/dlls ?
KarstenK 10-Jul-15 4:29am View
   
than you havent written to that memory. I find writing to some fixed address strange. I'd rather would write in a variable, struct or deref a pointer to write on that var. But I got no clue about ARM.
KarstenK 6-Jul-15 10:23am View
   
Thats not good style. You better open and close the key after every read and write.
Usually it is one handle for every key used, so you need to open one for every value. Except subkeys.

It is really no performance issue, but you need clear code (as little globals as possible and no open handles).
KarstenK 2-Jul-15 5:13am View
   
Not at all. Not for sharing. You are then sending copies of that data around. Such code is a dead end street if you want to extend the code to more threads or bigger data.
KarstenK 30-Jun-15 10:58am View
   
Anyone better ideas??? plz write...
KarstenK 30-Jun-15 10:18am View
   
Silverlight is somehow outdated, so look out for other technologies. Maybe you can use a C# dll in an ASP-Site. But there will be some security issues. A solution could be that some other process is enumerating the devices and stores somewhere the list.
KarstenK 22-Jun-15 12:49pm View
   
http://windowsitpro.com/systems-management/how-can-i-add-new-folder-my-system-path
KarstenK 22-Jun-15 2:04am View
   
Is the path of the gcc set, so it can accessed from the script?
KarstenK 21-Jun-15 14:29pm View
   
Tip: set a break point in the C# code. It should work to debug it.
KarstenK 19-Jun-15 7:48am View
   
it is a perfect question for our lounge: http://www.codeproject.com/Lounge.aspx
KarstenK 18-Jun-15 13:44pm View
   
learn systematic programming with clear conceptual code. Writing such messy code leads not only to problems but also nobody likes to help you...
KarstenK 16-Jun-15 6:25am View
   
it is clearly what code runs behind the StartDoc(). I guess: it can be some missing print driver or malformatted strings.
KarstenK 12-Jun-15 14:08pm View
   
It sounds like some of your objects/handles go out of scope. Be sure to save all bits befor the DC got invalid/deleted. Sometime it helps to write the Bitmap on disk and check it.
KarstenK 12-Jun-15 4:37am View
   
review your settings. Somewhere is it set. Delete it!
KarstenK 9-Jun-15 13:50pm View
   
You should learn to use the debugger and fill your code with some trace output.
KarstenK 7-Jun-15 4:33am View
   
I cant see the problem in your code. And shouldnt store a DC because it is some handle to graphics memory which isnt fix. Your for-loop is overriding the memory. Do you really want that?
KarstenK 5-Jun-15 13:44pm View
   
I added the size as second parameter to the function. Didnt you read that? (You must learn to read precisly) ;-)
KarstenK 2-Jun-15 15:38pm View
   
The regular MFc-dll isnt an app with a message queue and valid windows handles so the assert are yelling. Take it serious: it wont work because of the good reasons.

I got no clue: Consider another solution - at best Delphi based.
KarstenK 1-Jun-15 13:25pm View
   
My tip is a security issue in the used COM-objects. Check whether the are all registered an working. Test it as admin or with UAC disabled.
KarstenK 27-May-15 13:56pm View
   
Verify the RSA-code with some sample data. Else it can be a transfer problem. Some buffer issue copying to less or to much data. (nobody will check your code)
KarstenK 27-May-15 13:32pm View
   
Looks like you need a 32 pixel toolbar for the tablet. => Resolution?
KarstenK 24-May-15 4:56am View
   
Check if all is in the C# dll is fine. Maybe a bug is already in that code.
KarstenK 21-May-15 12:41pm View
   
My guess would be a bug. Most likely on the sending machine. Verify that the incoming data contains the zeros.
KarstenK 20-May-15 12:49pm View
   
This is your homework: learn the basics.
KarstenK 19-May-15 2:24am View
   
Why dont you "translate" the VB-Code to VC++. The logic should be similar ...
KarstenK 19-May-15 2:22am View
   
Windows Server 2003 is so old, that I really recommand NOT using it as a target of development.
KarstenK 15-May-15 13:31pm View
   
I would strongly advise against it. Make a complete data struct with native types and transfer it as a pointer. This works and you can go on and code program instead of memory problems.
KarstenK 15-May-15 3:31am View
   
Show us the code. My guess is that you mismatch the string type for the input parameters.
KarstenK 13-May-15 12:51pm View
   
It is obvious that the rData part doesnt work. Use some fixed values instead of the Redim() ones.
KarstenK 12-May-15 13:37pm View
   
Check that the CompanyInfo.resources gets into the build target. Looks MYPROJECTNAME like is a macro which isnt resolved. Scan your project to find the place and try to fix it.
KarstenK 12-May-15 8:20am View
   
Creating a thread means overhead in the runtime and the OS, so you better test how many threads are better. If you have disk access than do it in one threads and AFTER that start workers threads.
KarstenK 10-May-15 11:14am View
   
At first look: I dont wonder by such messy code. Cleanup the code and use constants for sizes and loops, structs for the data and memset functions for initialization and you will find _YOUR_ bugs.
KarstenK 8-May-15 13:11pm View
   
What a question ...
KarstenK 6-May-15 12:57pm View
   
It is bad style to hard code pathes.

As Richard says check that the libs are in the path. I bet they arent...
KarstenK 6-May-15 12:54pm View
   
Try to debug via only executing of parts of the code or an simplifyed sample.
KarstenK 30-Apr-15 8:50am View
   
We have a saying in Germany: "Selbst ein blindes Huhn findet manchmal ein Korn"...
(I really dont get what you asked)
KarstenK 30-Apr-15 6:47am View
   
What about converting the value to a string and returning it? Or can you use a stored procedure which does the work?
KarstenK 26-Apr-15 5:10am View
   
Try to you get the value as string, or multiplied by 1000.
KarstenK 24-Apr-15 15:55pm View
   
What are the error??? Copy the whole error message. Think about it - maybe it is true what the compiler is yelling!
KarstenK 17-Apr-15 7:20am View
   
You should debug the code for yourself. Make output for all unclear values. Use some well designed input data.

Most: use the Debugger
KarstenK 15-Apr-15 7:28am View
   
To use "\0" in a string is wrong. Cant you use any other delimiter as "\n"?
KarstenK 14-Apr-15 5:06am View
   
So you should find it all in the source code. Havent you read it carefully???
KarstenK 13-Apr-15 12:35pm View
   
What about the documentation? Or havent you a licence?
KarstenK 2-Apr-15 15:02pm View
   
you should implement some action is your CRational class to simplify your in coding.

You use C#!!!
KarstenK 24-Mar-15 14:57pm View
   
www.hire-a-coder.com
KarstenK 23-Mar-15 14:17pm View
   
If you want to change the baud rate you got to close and open the port. Somehow can the maximal baudrate get fetched.
KarstenK 16-Mar-15 6:50am View
   
is the path correct? Try a simple CopyFile to test...
KarstenK 14-Mar-15 4:39am View
   
write some test szenario data which you really understand and verify all parts of your code. Or wait til you time runs out...
KarstenK 4-Mar-15 6:25am View
   
Please rework your question: paste the error texts as comment one line above the code.
KarstenK 3-Mar-15 2:26am View
   
how the column width is calculated?
KarstenK 3-Mar-15 2:25am View
   
Screen output is slow. If that is your key problem you only want the data in the memory you can use a bitmap in a MemoryDC. It wont get drawn on the screen so it runs faster. With a BiBlt you can print the pixels to screen.

If you really want performance, than think about accessing such bitmap bits via pointers. (Not the slow Get/SetPixel-API).
KarstenK 2-Mar-15 5:11am View
   
Maybe it is a bug. Check the OS and mplement it for both ways. And you're done.
KarstenK 1-Mar-15 13:42pm View
   
Mein Rat ist: Optimal code is bug free, easy to understand and reuseable. ;-)

The cout costs performance and also the fwrite really slows down. Providing a bigger buffer and write ALL ONCE is faster.
KarstenK 23-Feb-15 10:50am View
   
Unclear. Different versions of iOS. You must track down, where the problem is. Do some logging.
KarstenK 23-Feb-15 5:56am View
   
such special questions are better in some opencv forums asked. Try your luck there. ;-)
KarstenK 23-Feb-15 5:12am View
   
insted of strlen() you better use sizeof() to get the buffer size. Encapsulate the code in some sub functions and check error codes!!!
KarstenK 19-Feb-15 12:49pm View
   
C++ is also heavily used in electronic devices ie embedded systems, but it goes in the Linux-world. And also in the Apple is objective-C which is somehow C++ with Apple extension.

But you must take opportunities and chances. If you get a great offer than switch to another languages. After some weeks of learning it becomes routine.
KarstenK 19-Feb-15 7:39am View
   
In your career you will permantly have to learn and switch technologies. VC++ is a fine basic language and C++ will stay around.

But it all depends on what job offers have and what your long term goals are.
KarstenK 18-Feb-15 13:23pm View
   
You should do your homeworks to learn programming. A tip: strings are arrays of chars. You can access single chars via text[index].
KarstenK 17-Feb-15 6:04am View
   
at first you must understand what code you can use for your arm mc. May you only need to multiply. Watchout for overflows.
KarstenK 11-Feb-15 2:34am View
   
Too unspecific. Show some code.
KarstenK 5-Feb-15 10:21am View
   
you must start the Visual studio as user to avoid that. Maybe you have the build output windows closed.
KarstenK 4-Feb-15 5:42am View
   
What is your question? If it doesnt work write some tests to verify your code. On Windows is a CryptoAPI avaliable.
KarstenK 3-Feb-15 4:39am View
   
overwrite the init function or call initWithFrame
KarstenK 29-Jan-15 12:34pm View
   
My tip is: Homework :-O
KarstenK 28-Jan-15 12:19pm View
   
the gotoxy function isnt available in C. You need another solution.

plz all in english ;-)
KarstenK 23-Jan-15 12:38pm View
   
Or in the registry. Think also about security. The password should be encrypted, or best NEVER stored but every program launch be asked. (with user name)
KarstenK 23-Jan-15 4:10am View
   
I release such code, with two exceptions: some more braces in th if and no while loop. (Maybe some counting)
KarstenK 21-Jan-15 11:28am View
   
Your problem is demuxing. Take also a look on the "Live555" code.
KarstenK 19-Jan-15 13:11pm View
   
you shouldnt call a function main(). It is only too confusing, because it is the standard entry point in C++.
KarstenK 16-Jan-15 2:56am View
   
Todays compiler and linker are fine, so assembler code isnt often needed. My opinion is, that today the software design, usability and stability (DAU and fool proof) is the focus of software development.
KarstenK 13-Jan-15 10:19am View
   
The window message queue is sometimes a bit picky when to do some jobs. So you need such work arounds. Key is to know when and where to insert. ;-)
KarstenK 8-Jan-15 7:41am View
   
Why arent you use a struct or class. Write a small sample/test code to see your problem.

Cast to double => write cleaner code...
KarstenK 7-Jan-15 7:43am View
   
in the stdafx.h belongs all Microsoft or fix stuff like math or constants.

The stdafx.h should be included in all source files in which you do EnC.

Do you link own libs in the app?
KarstenK 7-Jan-15 4:43am View
   
You better ask that in a SAP community ;-)
KarstenK 5-Jan-15 12:06pm View
   
Delete all database files in the solution dir in the Recycle bin.

I suggest that you use the stdafx.h!!!
KarstenK 5-Jan-15 7:38am View
   
check your file access code.
KarstenK 2-Jan-15 6:21am View
   
Without code it is only guessing, but the access violation shows a serious bug. Using a global handle or memory?

Tip: check that every thread is clean in memory managment!!!
KarstenK 27-Dec-14 13:44pm View
   
if I guess right: you must use a complete URL and the object MUST have the time to load the URL. Show the code!!!
KarstenK 24-Dec-14 13:04pm View
   
Where is the problem? (Be more precise)

Tips:
1. Song() constructor should be private
2. implement operator "="
KarstenK 23-Dec-14 6:13am View
   
common pitfalls are admin rights or missing dll on which the ocx depends.

You better turn to the modern windows phone 8 platform. ;-)
KarstenK 13-Dec-14 12:57pm View
   
My tip is that you are over-releasing memory. Write TRACE-code in ALL destructors and clean up all your vectors and objects explictly.
KarstenK 10-Dec-14 12:36pm View
   
Try to find some opencv code which is taylored for win rt. Sorry, but its ounds not promising for you.
KarstenK 10-Dec-14 10:58am View
   
Code one with your students. Students are handy programmers - when they got tought well ;-)
KarstenK 10-Dec-14 3:34am View
   
you need to access the pixel values of the pics and deal with them.
KarstenK 9-Dec-14 8:45am View
   
why havent you NSLog the output. Maybe you have a typo...
KarstenK 9-Dec-14 7:12am View
   
Hire a coder...
KarstenK 9-Dec-14 5:19am View
   
what errors? I dont see any in your post :-O
KarstenK 7-Dec-14 13:21pm View
   
m_authenticators.insert(AuthPair(type, std::move(authenticator)));

split up this line. Is the std::move() correct?

Looks like temp objects :-/
KarstenK 5-Dec-14 12:39pm View
   
You should also consider using the class concepts of C++. It would better fits to persons and properties.

Vectors are suitable for mathematical and graphical problems.
KarstenK 4-Dec-14 6:37am View
   
an C# delegate is similar to a callback function in C++.
KarstenK 3-Dec-14 11:14am View
   
Fine. Any results?
KarstenK 2-Dec-14 14:17pm View
   
You need a server which handles the external IP of the diff apps. It got to handle some User ID and Auth and store the external IP, so they can communicate. (only the IP-handshake)

It shouldnt be so hard: find the bugs and kill 'em all ;-)
KarstenK 2-Dec-14 14:13pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 3 \n nice approach. But your ctor starts always at index 0.

Arent you relaying that the original data is allocated and const?
KarstenK 2-Dec-14 8:10am View
   
have you used your debugger?
KarstenK 1-Dec-14 11:40am View
   
your pic should have a greater scope than the function ShowImage :-O
KarstenK 1-Dec-14 4:06am View
   
if you write more details you will get a better answer. And you better use the english language. (ich verstehe Deine Sprache nicht)
;-)
KarstenK 29-Nov-14 4:42am View
   
maybe your chart needs some redraw.
KarstenK 28-Nov-14 13:24pm View
   
What looks it in the task manager? How are the core works?
Some sync between the threads with global memory or handles?
KarstenK 28-Nov-14 10:16am View
   
Are the (in) buffer big enough?

why isnt privData set with a proper value or null?
KarstenK 27-Nov-14 13:29pm View
   
OpenCV is a widely used tool. (but I have no experience with it)
KarstenK 24-Nov-14 4:09am View
   
you can post a WM_PAINT to all controls to redraw after the resizing.
KarstenK 24-Nov-14 2:46am View
   
Does GetObject work fine? Can the output be in the "non-printable area"?

Try a black/white image.
KarstenK 22-Nov-14 5:04am View
   
learn at first coding, smart error handling and develop an outstanding software architecture. Code optimization are doing the development tools a lot.
KarstenK 20-Nov-14 13:39pm View
   
be really carefully in error handling. Give every error an internal value, so you can find the function which fail.

Dont ferget: "Error handling is the art of developing software" ;-)
KarstenK 19-Nov-14 13:09pm View
   
sounds like the connection is broken. Check the results.

Doing homeworks mean learning the stuff "the hard way" ;-)
KarstenK 19-Nov-14 9:20am View
   
i recommand you an more explicit constructor
broker( int in_id, string in_name, int in_brokerageid)

and function
bool wantsBigBonusForBetrayingTheCustomers()
{
return TRUE;
}

;-)
KarstenK 18-Nov-14 6:27am View
   
Reason for my vote of 2 \n isnt it obvious to do that?
KarstenK 18-Nov-14 3:35am View
   
shouldnt the override function also be virtual?
KarstenK 17-Nov-14 6:01am View
   
So what is the question?
KarstenK 16-Nov-14 4:30am View
   
then he needs to start with 1 as start for i:

for( int i=1;i
KarstenK 13-Nov-14 13:27pm View
   
you should debug it on the "GCDasyncsocket library" side. Networking is fine on iOS, but you need to stick to its rules. ;-)
KarstenK 13-Nov-14 4:55am View
   
consider using different cells with different layout => reload on rotation
KarstenK 9-Nov-14 4:05am View
   
Plz write the linker error text completly to the question!!!
KarstenK 6-Nov-14 14:15pm View
   
I guess that the declaration of these functions have subtile bugs. but without code it is only guessing ...
KarstenK 29-Oct-14 10:05am View
   
you should not only be a student, but try learning and understanding stuff to earn someday a good pay for a high quality work.
KarstenK 24-Oct-14 11:56am View
   
you can only use 0 and 1,because your arrays are so small
KarstenK 21-Oct-14 4:42am View
   
you can install Visual Studio on the 64-bit Computer and debug the app in 32-bit, so you find the problem.
KarstenK 16-Oct-14 3:49am View
   
Your code is only a striking bad example for "spaghetti code" from the old Windows times.
(now I got appetite for spaghettis)

;-)
KarstenK 9-Oct-14 13:14pm View
   
write it as answer to close the question.
KarstenK 7-Oct-14 2:29am View
   
Upps. It is the third :-O
KarstenK 7-Oct-14 1:58am View
   
You overlooked my second sentance :-O
KarstenK 1-Oct-14 5:19am View
   
The "lost in translation" problem once again ;-)
KarstenK 1-Oct-14 3:39am View
   
OpenGL is an programming interface which needs to be supported from the driver of your graphics.

If you are tired about the work - maybe you dont REALLY NEED OpenGL :-O
KarstenK 30-Sep-14 8:38am View
   
Maybe you should scale down the frames in colors to some gray values.

But if you search for something - you must look at the frames :-O
KarstenK 29-Sep-14 2:41am View
   
This looks like what you wanted: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/samplecode/CAPlayThrough/Introduction/Intro.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/DTS10004443
KarstenK 22-Sep-14 10:27am View
   
I hope your teacher is readinf that you want to cheat on your homework.

Learn coding!!!
KarstenK 20-Sep-14 13:30pm View
   
The problem is native - so it stays the same. Without code and prosuct name it is always guessing what is meant.

Try it this way: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/225755/PostThreadMessage-Demystified
KarstenK 18-Sep-14 3:50am View
   
the Question is so unspecified that it isnt possible to give a better answer. :-(
KarstenK 15-Sep-14 5:12am View
   
This isnt C++ but some "meta code" on manager level...

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