After a user click, I am pulling a value from a control, converting this into a decimal value and relaying it to another control. The theory is correct, but I just cannot get my code to produce the correct value. This is the formula:
You should probably be using double constants (e.g., 1.0, 16.0), so that the math library is properly initialized.
BTW, your name wreaks havoc in the Quote Selected Text feature. It inserts a malformed </b> tag.
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Are there some formal documents about which physical files contain C++ related libraries' implementation on Windows (i.e. something like mscvp*, to run and build C++ application, all required static lib, import lib and DLL)?
How about the physical files for C (i.e. CRT) and for all Windows API?
BTW: maybe my question should be asked in another way -- the frequently used DLLs (like user32.dll) and related functions, import libraries and static libraies for Windows platform?