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    Drawing Text with Raster Op

    I'm having a lot of trouble getting windows to draw text with an XOR raster operation so that the pixels drawn will invert if they are the same color as the screen. Does someone know if windows even...
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    to say that a matrix is a bad calculator might be...

    to say that a matrix is a bad calculator might be a little off. matrix multiplication is very general (allowing for all sorts of transformations on points) and because of its nature, it is ideal for...
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    i'm referring only to projection. edit: if the...

    i'm referring only to projection.

    edit: if the zbuffer doesn't have enough bits per pixel and the distance between the near and far planes is relatively large then zvals far away from the...
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    z-buffer accuracy

    i've begun reading the opengl programming guide and came to a point where the book mentioned that values closer to the near clipping plane have greater depth accuracy than those nearer the far...
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    Poll: Sure, i'm no expert either, but i enjoy learning...

    Sure, i'm no expert either, but i enjoy learning c++ (i'm going to college next year and i regret i may not get a chance to take many programming classes since i'll be going into...
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    Poll: visual c++ for loop var scope

    Since the only compiler I have ever really used is visual c++, I used to think that it was part of the c++ standard for a variable declared within the initializer statement of a for-loop to have...
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    The difference is pretty simple really. The 's...

    The difference is pretty simple really.
    The <>'s indicate to the compiler to look for the file in the "standard" include directory(s), which contains all the most commonly included headers. The ""'s...
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    oh, well that's what i happen to have too...

    oh, well that's what i happen to have too (vstudio.net c++), where is this profiler though?
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    yeah, that's close to what i'm looking for, know...

    yeah, that's close to what i'm looking for, know where i can get exec. profilers?
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    Performance Tests?

    As I've been trying to get a better handle on C++ lately, I was wondering how it would be possible to conduct performance tests on different segments of code. For example, func1() versus func2() in...
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    Oh yeah, that style of thinking jumped out at me...

    Oh yeah, that style of thinking jumped out at me after seeing the correct code, but thx for the help anyway. i'm trying to read c++ programming language by bjarne stroustrup and so it goes into a lot...
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    allrighty, that worked, thx.

    allrighty, that worked, thx.
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    array of pfuncs in one statement

    I was fidgeting around with the compiler today and I tried to create an array of function pointers in one statement, but couldn't quite do it that directly. Or at least I can't figure it out.
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    access to online stock database?

    I'm working on a school project that involves keeping track of stock invesments (based on imaginary money) with buying, selling, current cash, etc. kept track of manually. All of this needs to be...
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    Thanks, I appreciate the help. If you wanted...

    Thanks, I appreciate the help.

    If you wanted to know, I'm trying to work on a project in which I accept a string from the user, such as "|x^2 + max(x, 5, y)|" and then try to compile a function...
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    self-writing code?

    Is it possible, in a windows program, to write machine code in memory and then be able to run that code? If not, could one build a dll with a function in it, then load the dll from the same program,...
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    3ds max -> opengl? any tutorials?

    I cooked up a model in 3ds max and i want to load the thing in opengl. Just how do I go about doing this? are there any tutorials out there?
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    Okay, nobody seems too interested but i think ive...

    Okay, nobody seems too interested but i think ive found an acceptable solution. Respecify all primitives with w's that have different signs and reverse the sign of all their components before...
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    homogenous projections/clipping

    I read a little subsection from cg:principles and practice that discusses clipping in homogenous coordinates. In this i learned that a line segment in homogenous space might project onto the w=1...
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    oh nm. solved the problem. very stupid. i didnt...

    oh nm. solved the problem. very stupid. i didnt even learn anything out of it. just wasted a lot of time.
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    thx for looking into it guys. I appreciate it. Tnt's program is pretty good. It just needs to find a way into the taskbar. I know it can be done because I have seen the programs from powertoys...
  22. ?Can a toolbar lodged in the taskbar be made to lookup at dictionary.com?

    Basically, I lookup words at dictionary.com very frequantly. I think it would be very conveniant if a toolbar could be made that lodged itself in the bottom right of the taskbar (or some other good...
  23. Hmm. Yes. Well here is what I'm trying to do: I...

    Hmm. Yes. Well here is what I'm trying to do: I want to make a little package for our school for AP Computer Science. I myself have finished the course, but for next year. Basically the package would...
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    Just for anyone elses information. windows itself...

    Just for anyone elses information. windows itself is coded in C. Therefore the native api probably makes the most sense syntax wise in C and C++. I like it in c++.
  25. How to bind a thread to same message queue as original?

    I was wondering how it might be possible to bind a new thread to the message queue of the original thread or the one that called CreateThread(). I'm not sure if this is even possible but perhaps...
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