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    >A variable length array? Yes, it is integer...

    >A variable length array?
    Yes, it is integer array that size is know at runtime.

    >You're passing pointers to local variables - when the variable goes out of scope your thread is using unallocated...
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    pthread_create problem

    Hi, I have problem with my code. In Fedora Core 4, I could compile and run it. Then I changed distro to Ubuntu Breezy Badger ( 5.10 ). I can compile it and when I run it, I get segmentation fault.
    ...
  3. porting application from 32 bit to 64 bit error

    Hi,

    I made application using C++ in Linux in my computer ( 32 bit ). Once upon a time, a user installed it in 64 bit system. He tried to run it. Segmentation fault. No error message. No warning...
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    Thank you, Salem! That explain why my application...

    Thank you, Salem! That explain why my application got weird error beside this. When encounter certain wallpaper, it output: Error: Text contain invalid UTF-8 or something like that but does not make...
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    weird error

    Hi,

    I develop program to change wallpaper in Gnome desktop. The program is simple but depend on three or four uncommon library. So it does not make sense if I post my program here. This was the...
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    I learned pthread_cond_timedwait from here:...

    I learned pthread_cond_timedwait from here:
    http://users.actcom.co.il/~choo/lupg/tutorials/multi-thread/multi-thread.html#thread_condvar_wait

    Here is the "make me confuse" code:


    while...
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    Ok, I change the code to: #include...

    Ok, I change the code to:


    #include <pthread.h>
    #include <iostream>
    #include <vector>
    using namespace std;

    vector<string> myVector[3];
    vector<string>::iterator myVectorIterator;
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    mysterious segmentation fault

    Hi,

    Here is the code:


    #include <pthread.h>
    #include <iostream>
    #include <vector>
    using namespace std;
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    binreloc with c++

    Hi, there is a binreloc.....
    http://autopackage.org/docs/binreloc/

    With this binreloc, you can get the full path of you application. I can compile a simple c program with this binreloc just like...
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    Got the answer.... ...

    Got the answer....

    http://autopackage.org/docs/binreloc/
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    change active directory

    Hi....

    Assume I have this directory: /opt/blabla
    Inside it there are: bla ( executable file ) and resource.txt ( resource file needed by bla )
    $ cd /opt/blabla
    $ ./bla
    Everything runs fine......
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    Hi Ken, I have tried your code and this: ...

    Hi Ken,

    I have tried your code and this:


    #include <windows.h> //You need shell32.lib for this one

    int main(void)
    {
    char szPath[] = "jre1.5.0\\bin\\java.exe";
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    I have read the faq before I post my question,...

    I have read the faq before I post my question, Salem....

    system() always make the console appears......

    I try to use CreateProcess function. Here's the code:


    #include <windows.h>

    int...
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    the console always appears......

    Hi, I try to run a java application by exe file.....

    Here's the code:


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <process.h>

    int main(void)
    {
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    Callback function? I m sorry. I never heard about...

    Callback function? I m sorry. I never heard about this one. I know about mutex, conditional variables but not this. Yes, I refer to posix implementation.
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    passing data from thread to main process

    I have just read chapter about threads and I just want to ask quick question. What is the best way to pass data from threads to main process? Is it using global variables ( and of course using mutex...
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    The best way to learning something is to...

    The best way to learning something is to practicing....... it......
    Make the project.....
    Make something useful....
    You learn a lot from there......
  18. Got it! I have to do this way: g++ -o hello...

    Got it! I have to do this way:
    g++ -o hello hello.cpp -I /path/to/include -L /path/to/lib -lpthread -lxerces-c

    And in the file I have to put this statement:
    XERCES_CPP_NAMESPACE_USE

    Very...
  19. Problem with Apache XML C++ Parser library

    Ok, I try to make application using xml library. My configuration data will be stored in xml files. So....
    I downloaded library from here:
    http://xml.apache.org/xerces-c/index.html

    Ok, I have...
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    Thank you, guyz! Now I understand it very...

    Thank you, guyz! Now I understand it very much......
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    The problem is.... when I use your approach.... :...

    The problem is.... when I use your approach.... :
    00:00, I am in ws 2.... my wallpaper is Superman.jpg now.
    If I wait for 60 seconds ( my daemon sleep for 60 seconds ) and I don't change ws, that...
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    Beginning Linux Programming???? That is very...

    Beginning Linux Programming???? That is very good. From wrox, isn't it? I give two thumbs up.
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    Hey, quzah...... take it easy..... please look...

    Hey, quzah...... take it easy.....
    please look at the post before your post.......
    calm down. There is no need to waste energy with my dumbness.
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    Ok, since I made the dumbest post, I have to fix...

    Ok, since I made the dumbest post, I have to fix it. Consider this code:


    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;

    int main()
    {
    for( int i = 0; i < 4; i++ )
    {
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    oh, yeah, you right. I never check it before. I...

    oh, yeah, you right. I never check it before. I thought it cann't because variable i cannot be use after for statement.

    The dumbest post I have ever made. :(
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