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  1. It isn't, I was just hoping that someone had made...

    It isn't, I was just hoping that someone had made Win32 easier to use.
  2. Are there any toolkits which are Windows-specific...

    Are there any toolkits which are Windows-specific but are eaier to use than Win32?
  3. What sorts of graphics libraries are used by popular programs?

    For instance, programs like MSN, uTorrent etc, how do the makes go about writing the GUI?

    Would they use the Win32 API directly or is there a graphics package which is easier to use?
  4. I'm using Vista (and Microsoft VS 2008, not sure...

    I'm using Vista (and Microsoft VS 2008, not sure which compiler it's using)
  5. Easiest way to draw a few rectangles to the screen?

    Hi, I looking for a graphics library to work with an existing application, all I need is something this is simple to use, and that will allow me to render a frame and then to draw a few rectangles...
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    nvm, all sorted! thx

    nvm, all sorted!

    thx
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    passing argument 1 of func from incompatible...

    passing argument 1 of func from incompatible pointer type
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    I tried the above but I'm still getting the same...

    I tried the above but I'm still getting the same warning
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    Help with C pointers

    I have this function:


    void func(unsigned *t)
    {
    //do something with t
    }


    If I do the following, I get no compilation warnings, but I get a seg fault
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    actually dont worry about this, solved it

    actually dont worry about this, solved it
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    are there any efficient ways of dividing two...

    are there any efficient ways of dividing two numbers together?

    I have a big number and I'm trying to divide it into a very big number. i tried adding the smaller number to itself over and over...
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    ah k thx thats helped a lot the spec says dont...

    ah k thx thats helped a lot

    the spec says dont worry about negatives
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    do you mind explaing how this works? surely...

    do you mind explaing how this works?

    surely ((a/b)*b) cancels down to (a), or does this work by getting rid of any decimal places when calculating (a/b) ?

    thx
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    how do u use it? unsigned long long input;...

    how do u use it?

    unsigned long long input;
    stringstream ss;
    string s;
    s << input;
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    unsigned long long to string conversion

    hi,

    in c there is a way of getting a unsigned long long into a char array by using sprintf, is there a method in c++ that gets an ull into a string?

    thx
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    Ok i think you've pretty much answered my q's,...

    Ok i think you've pretty much answered my q's, thanks for the help.

    the reason I was asking is because I'll need to implement &#37; at some point which I don't know how to do, and i was hoping I...
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    so in conclusion, regardless of where I want to...

    so in conclusion, regardless of where I want to use c or c++, i still have to find a way to my own addition etc which means writing functions to do it for me instead of using C's built in operators
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    Yeah I mean storing in an array of chars but you...

    Yeah I mean storing in an array of chars but you haven't really answered my question

    lets say I have a number which I can store in an int, however when i run it through a certain calculation I...
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    thx for the reply I need to have infinite...

    thx for the reply

    I need to have infinite precision, and I also need to implement everything (big number libraries) myself so the only solution I can see is the one I originally detailed where I...
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    C, big numbers and storing them

    hi

    lets say i had a calculation, and the answer was 128 bit number; and I try and store this into an int, does the overflow occur when the answer was calculated, or does the answer overflow once...
  21. Ah k, in the end I've just decided to convert to...

    Ah k, in the end I've just decided to convert to a string
  22. No that's not what I meant. Think of it this...

    No that's not what I meant.

    Think of it this way, ignore the whole array part, the question really is:

    How would I access each individual digit of the number: 45656

    i.e. what would I have to...
  23. I know how to declare an array, I just don't know...

    I know how to declare an array, I just don't know how to split an int into an array.
  24. Storing an int as individual digits in an array

    I have an int i, say 6473, and I want to store each digit separately in an array, like so:

    array[0] = 6;
    array[1] = 4;
    array[2] = 7;
    araay[3] = 3;

    How can I do this?

    thx
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    So do I use binary?

    So do I use binary?
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