Look at the error messages. They are telling you that certain external functions that you reference cannot be found within the project. Find out where these are supposed to be defined and ensure that they are externalised.
I was a graduate student in Tsinghua University in China.
I'm programming about NC Code Simulation System.
In this program, I used OpenCSG Library to perform a Solid Modeling.
By the way, the sample program supported by library which is programmed in Win32 App, is well operate, but the program that I produced in MFC doesn't well operate. The error is that OpenCSG doesn't draw solid.
How to use OpenCSG Library in MFC?
I have created a console application (.exe), and we have used SetConsoleCtrlHandler for signal handling i.e. "CTRL + C" and Log Off and Shutdown Events.
We are properly able to handle the "CTRL+C" event but Logoff and Shut down events cannot be handled properly.
Following content is mentioned at MSDN:
The system generates CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT, CTRL_LOGOFF_EVENT, and CTRL_SHUTDOWN_EVENT signals when the user closes the console, logs off, or shuts down the system so that the process has an opportunity to clean up before termination. Console functions, or any C run-time functions that call console functions, may not work reliably during processing of any of the three signals mentioned previously. The reason is that some or all of the internal console cleanup routines may have been called before executing the process signal handler.
Please suggest how we can properly handle Logoff and shutdown event by our console application.
Or please suggest any other technique (if available) for handling the logoff and shutdown event by the console based application.
Pardon me!! I am new here. I am unable to use addNode function. When i declare Node* it doesnt compile.
I am trying to implement a linked list in c++ without
using structures and only use pure classes.I am rusty here. Any help would be great.
head->addNode() and head.addNode() doesnt work.
Create the object in the heap first. You just declared a variable stating "I will hold address of Node object in a variable head". But, where does that object? When there is no object head-> will not work. Head.addNode() also wont work as the object is not in stack.
Node* head = new Node();
405 means "Method Not Allowed". You get such a response for example when you send a http request with "POST" method but "POST" is not allowed. I used "POST" just as an example, it could be any of the other methods, even a custom one. The data you pasted to your message is a mime encoded stuff.
If you use pure HTTP and not HTTPS then install WireShark on your machine and capture the full http conversation and post it up here to get more accurate answers. (Use the output of the "Follow TCP Stream" feature of wireshark: you can reach "Follow TCP Stream" when you right click on a TCP capture entry in the list.)
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