But, you're kidding, aren't you? c, d are, in turn, dependent on x, b array values and on midDis function (or macro).
Could you please explain what the code is intended to do (and possibly post all initialization details)?
If the Lord God Almighty had consulted me before embarking upon the Creation, I would have recommended something simpler.
-- Alfonso the Wise, 13th Century King of Castile.
Which obviously did you no good. Use VS's debugger instead.
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"To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals; to have deference for others governs our manners." - Laurence Sterne
Please tell me How did you debug the code By hand.
The last time I did that was in 1977, I was (by Grace) given a Printout of my code), In those days Code was entered via Punchcards. We were expected to sort through thousands of them, and find the offending line!
In those days you had to be a senior post grad student before they let you near to a live terminal at all. Today things are different. You can run your debugging tools, set breakpoints, etc.
I did check up your profile - the Signor wasn't a lucky guess. You almost had Senor until my brain started firing again.
As for you having bad times about your Inglesi[*] - I've not noticed you making mistakes, and I'm pretty critical. And it's hard enough for me to understand some of the butchered english here. I'm curious as to whether being a second language makes them easier or harder for you to parse.
If they give you grief, ask them to translate their complaint into your language. Or have a on me.
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[*] Most of my knowledge of Italian and German comes from Battle comic from my youth. I'm fully fluent in german if ever I need to capture a pigdog english airman... Shockingly, this has yet to prove useful.
Iain Clarke appearing by Special Request of CPallini.
i want to display a progress bar in listview control as a subitem.
the progress bar would continously be updated and i shouldnt use any images.
i am using vc++ 2005 and i am not using MFC.
i am using win32 programming.
i know this can be done using custom control but if any one knows more than that please reply (i.e with a smaple code)