Odd declaration

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    And is that declared as static, like I mentioned weeks ago?

    Did you compare &Port[3] with pParam (again, mentioned ages ago) to see if both addresses are the same?

    Guess not....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LowlyIntern View Post
    It won't let me get to pObject in the debugger. I don't think thats the problem though, the pre-existing code that I'm trying to replicate and expand upon seems to handle that part just fine.
    I don't see how they wouldn't seeing as how it's a local object, it's declared in the function, and is only used once.

    Quote Originally Posted by LowlyIntern View Post
    If I understand correctly, it seems Salem and Hunter2 are asking the same basic question right now, and the answer is yes,
    >>UINT C_Control::StartCryptoPortThread( LPVOID pParam )
    is declared static. Is that what you were referring to Salem?

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    Hey guys, thanks for all of your help and all, but one of my co-workers figured it out and it's all good now. The error resided in the code

    Code:
    UINT C_RS_422_Port::Send_Crypto_Key(int key)
    {
    	DWORD aword = ::WaitForMultipleObjects(2,EventHandles,FALSE,INFINITE);
    	
    	char Crypto_Key_1[17] = "123456789ABCDEFG";
    	char Crypto_Key_2[17] = "HIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW";
    	char Crypto_Key_Reversed[17];
    	char Crypto_Next_Byte_Confirm;
    	UINT Crypto_Key_Character = 0;
    
    	if(key==1)
    		for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    		{
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (1 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 7;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (2 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (4 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (8 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (16 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (32 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (64 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (128 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 7;
    
    			Crypto_Key_Reversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Character;
    			Crypto_Key_Character=0;
    		}
    	else
    		for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    		{
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (1 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 7;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (2 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (4 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (8 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (16 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (32 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (64 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (128 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 7;
    
    			Crypto_Key_Reversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Character;
    			Crypto_Key_Character=0;
    		}
    
    	for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    	{
    		if(b_Crypto_ON)
    		{
    			Send_Bytes(&Crypto_Key_Reversed[count],1);
    			OutByteBufferCryptoReversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Reversed[count];
    			if(key==1)
    			{
    				OutByteBufferCrypto[count] = Crypto_Key_1[count];
    				fprintf(pFile, "%2d \t %6d ", (UINT) Crypto_Key_Reversed[count], (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]);
    			}
    			else
    			{
    				OutByteBufferCrypto[count] = Crypto_Key_2[count];
    				fprintf(pFile, "%2d \t %6d ", (UINT) Crypto_Key_Reversed[count], (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]);
    			}
    			fprintf(pFile, "\n");
    		}
    		else
    			count = 16;
    	}
    
    	if(Executive.GetLogCrypto())
    	{
    		WriteCryptoTextFile();
    	}
    
    }
    Funnily enough, I posted that function but only included the header and the first declaration, where the problem appeared to be. However it should look like this:

    Code:
    UINT C_RS_422_Port::Send_Crypto_Key(int key)
    {
    	DWORD aword = ::WaitForMultipleObjects(2,EventHandles,FALSE,INFINITE);
    	
    	char Crypto_Key_1[17] = "123456789ABCDEFG";
    	char Crypto_Key_2[17] = "HIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW";
    	char Crypto_Key_Reversed[17];
    	char Crypto_Next_Byte_Confirm;
    	UINT Crypto_Key_Character = 0;
    
    	
    	if(key==1)
    		for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    		{
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (1 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 7;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (2 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (4 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (8 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) << 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (16 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (32 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (64 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (128 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]) >> 7;
    
    			Crypto_Key_Reversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Character;
    			Crypto_Key_Character=0;
    		}
    	else
    		for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    		{
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (1 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 7;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (2 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (4 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (8 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) << 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (16 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 1;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (32 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 3;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (64 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 5;
    			Crypto_Key_Character += (128 & (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]) >> 7;
    
    			Crypto_Key_Reversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Character;
    			Crypto_Key_Character=0;
    		}
    
    	switch (aword)
    	{
    	case 0:	
    		{
    		do{
    		g_CritSec.Lock();
    		for (int count=0; count<16; count++)
    		{
    	//		Read_Bytes(&Crypto_Next_Byte_Confirm,1);
    
    	//		if((b_Crypto_ON) & (Crypto_Next_Byte_Confirm==1))
    			if(b_Crypto_ON)
    			{
    				Send_Bytes(&Crypto_Key_Reversed[count],1);
    				OutByteBufferCryptoReversed[count] = Crypto_Key_Reversed[count];
    				if(key==1)
    				{
    					OutByteBufferCrypto[count] = Crypto_Key_1[count];
    					fprintf(pFile, "%2d \t %6d ", (UINT) Crypto_Key_Reversed[count], (UINT) Crypto_Key_1[count]);
    				}
    				else
    				{
    					OutByteBufferCrypto[count] = Crypto_Key_2[count];
    					fprintf(pFile, "%2d \t %6d ", (UINT) Crypto_Key_Reversed[count], (UINT) Crypto_Key_2[count]);
    				}
    				fprintf(pFile, "\n");
    			}
    			else
    				count = 16;
    		}
    
    		if(Executive.GetLogCrypto())
    		{
    			WriteCryptoTextFile();
    		}
    
    		fprintf(pFile, "\n");
    		}
    		while(true);
    		break;
    		}
    	case 1:
    		{
    			return(0);
    			break;
    		}
    	default:
    		return(0);
    
    	}
    }
    I guess there needs to be that do while true loop to keep the thread going infinitely. Without it, the thread breaks and trying to use it again fails. My bad.

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