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I need to debug an embedded C-application that contains a lot of the following structs:
I have ported the code into a Visual Studio 2005 console application and I would like to dump all the struct-members (several hundred in total) to a text-file like this:
MyStruct.MySubStruct.MyEnum = MyEnumValue
I know this isn't possible in pure Visual Studio c programming language, but aren't you allowed to include C++ files as well in a Visual Studio console project? If so, is C++ capable of converting struct members and enums into text strings?
And your code above does not make clear what the problem is in sending the struct contents to a text file. Generally speaking you need to write the code to dump each element of the struct. Or you could just run the program in the Visual Studio debugger and examine the fields that way.
Hi everyone! I need to "send" data in a notepad every time I write double numbers on edit control and press save. I wrote some code but my dialog (where the edit control is) don't even open when I run the executable. What I've done so far:
// TODO: If this is a RICHEDIT control, the control will not// send this notification unless you override the CDialog::OnInitDialog()// function and call CRichEditCtrl().SetEventMask()// with the ENM_CHANGE flag ORed into the mask.// TODO: Add your control notification handler code here
I think I must write some code here so the dialog box work fine but I can't it.
// TODO: Add your command handler code here
CInputDoc* pDoc = GetDocument();
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