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When I type in ,call vcvarsall.bat in command prompt window myself and run this codes, it works. No exception. But when I run this code in another command prompt window without calling vcvarsall.bat, it throws exception. Calling vcvarsall.bat with Process::Start method doesn't work!
Pls, advise me how to call vcvarsall.bat with Process::Start method. Thanks in advance.
You cannot execute these processes independently in this way. vcvarsall.bat needs to be called in the same environment that the compiler will be called. You need to create a new batch file that contains all the commands that you wish to run, and execute that batch file.
the 'input' struct in the argument list is comprised of ints doubles, stuff like that. Not a managed struct. It's saying the candidate function M_AT is not accessible. How do I resolve this? thanks, sb
I developed a program to convert celcius to kelvin and one to convert kelvin to Fahrenheit...now what I want to do is convert celcius to Fahrenheit reusing my programs with IO stream redirection,with input and output on batch files...clear?
The answer given in that question is correct. There is no C++ keyword equivalent to using() from C# because C++/CLI has deterministic finalization. When the object goes out of scope and there are no more references, it will be disposed.
You have 9 bits in your field and the default alignment of object code in 32bit architecture is word (32 bit) boundaries. So your structure item will be stored in a 32bit word. You could make it smaller by using a #pragma pack[^] statement.