Because the compiler doesn't know your minds. All automatic parsing is defined by rules.
Like mathematics, if you calculate 5+5*6 you should begin with 5*6 and then + 5
if you specifie it (5+5)*6 you start with adding 5+5 then the *6
It's the same in programmation.
changing associativity is like changing the meaning of things (so, changing the language itself), so, no way at all.
moreover, if associativity exists like it is, there are reasons over the problem you can have with it.
then compiler interpret this expression as
int c = (a--) - b;
what I want, is like int c = a -(--b);
then, why don't you just use spaces (or at least, parenthises like someone said) ?
write c = a - --b; and everything will be good.
But,I am sorry,I have read such document in SDK.
Now,I can read much infomation from the file,such as,media streams,duration,and so on.
In advanture,I also want to check its media codec,I want to check the audio is AAC and the video is MPEG-4.
I am very glad to join to this site....
I am new to User interface development....
I would like to know some information regarding c++ UI
If any one know this,please help me?
Thanks and regards,
this is too vague.
you must ask specific question is you want people to help you.
if you want to start programming user interfaces, then start by learning with a book, try the sammples...
and if some don't work like you expected, then ask here...
I have six functions in my MFC application which internally call the function AddNew() to add a new row in the database. And then Update() and Requery() after finishing with one row.
Could this cause a problem when more than one function calls AddNew() at the same time? Same with Update() and Requery()?
//Add a new row into the database<br />
//Then insert values into the specific columns<br />
What issues could arise because of this kind of a structure??
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