When I read about delegate, I can figure out what that is and when we use that. But when I read about event, I mix things up and cannot find out how to understand the real difference and exact use of that in my codes. Every time I read about event, it gets more blur in my mind! Can you please explain that in a simple way? Thanks
I know a little in C++ world by reading some basic parts of C++ Primer book and doing simple stuff by C++. I'm about in the middle of the Microsoft Visual C++/CLI Step by Step and trying to reach a middle level in C++, the language I love. I like to write Windows apps including the traditional way and also Windows store. Do you have any advice or recommendation to me as an improvement, getting much better or so? Thanks guys
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it builds fine by including DriverWork.cpp but does not build by only including DriverWork.h,,,,???
The .h files do not get actioned by the build system or compiler, only insofar as they are included into the source via the .cpp files. The compiler will only get executed to convert a .cpp file (and its inclusions) into object code.