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    move functions to new file) Did that, lost 2...

    move functions to new file) Did that, lost 2 errors.

    users is a typedef of vector<user> and user is defined. All the necessary definitons do exist.

    Oddly enough, converting all the TCPsockets...
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    How exactly do I do that?

    How exactly do I do that?
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    Perhaps you need to use threading? Both boost...

    Perhaps you need to use threading? Both boost (C++) and SDL (C or C++) provide portable threading libraries if you don't have one with your compiler. Threading is when two segmets of code are being...
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    Nay, that did not work. I do know that TCPsocket...

    Nay, that did not work. I do know that TCPsocket is a pointer to a structure. One of the error messages gives that away. It's the ")" error messages that are most liekyl the culprit of the rest of...
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    cannot start a parameter declaration

    Could someone define what the compiler means when it gives the error "... cannot start a parameter declaration". I don't understand why the compiler would care what the first parameter is.
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    Useful functions

    Post your own.

    Two file size functions and a fgetline function.

    Two file size checking functions, you'll need to include stdio.h if you want to use either one. The first takes a pointer to a...
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    #include char *str; time_t cur_time =...

    #include <ctime>

    char *str;
    time_t cur_time = time(NULL);
    //cur_time should be your calaender time (in seconds) from:
    strftime(str, 128, "%A %d %B %H %Y", 0);
    printf("%s", str);
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    SDL

    <a href="http://www.libsdl.org">SDL</a>
  9. Thread: File I/o

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    cout.sync_with_stdio(true); //Sync cout with the...

    cout.sync_with_stdio(true); //Sync cout with the C io functions
    freopen("file.txt", "w", stdout); //stdin for cin


    Put that before you use cout.
    You'll need <cstdio> (maybe <cstdlib>)
  10. 1) They return 0 2) CON is the console...

    1) They return 0
    2) CON is the console redirecting to the 'file' CON redirects to the console.
    3) See above.
  11. SDL redirects stdout/cout, can't output to con

    con = fopen("CON", "w");
    if (!con) {
    printf("Cannot open CON\n");
    }


    That bit of code (after SDL_init()) causes Cannot open CON to be printed to stdout.txt ratrher than pointing a valid...
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    Yay! It works, thank-you!

    Yay! It works, thank-you!
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    Borland and DirectX

    I'd like to use directx with the borland command-line compiler, but I get the following error. I was wondering what libs are needed for DirectX areas (right now all I need it DirectInput) and how to...
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    Won't that wipe the disk though?

    Won't that wipe the disk though?
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    I've looked at fdisk, but I don't know what area...

    I've looked at fdisk, but I don't know what area tells me if it is bootable, I have primary dos partition active on the d: drive, but can't make an extended dos partition, due to a lack of space...
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    Haven't formatted the D: drive I just used a sys...

    Haven't formatted the D: drive
    I just used a sys command.
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    C: drive is my current boot drive, and everything...

    C: drive is my current boot drive, and everything that is on c: is now also on d:.
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    Copying system files problems

    I'm having problems with windows, it's been bugging me alot, my 700MB drive is the favored dumping grounds for temporary files for any of my programs that use such a feature (even if I tell them to...
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    Numbers should match with the numpad, the numpad...

    Numbers should match with the numpad, the numpad would make it easier to play. Other than that kick-ass.
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    Try the windows board.

    Try the windows board.
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    A coin toss isn't random, the force rotation and...

    A coin toss isn't random, the force rotation and direction of force in addition to obscuritues, friction and distance to travel will result in the side that is face up, nothing is truly random,...
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    PHP is open source afaik, so edit the code to...

    PHP is open source afaik, so edit the code to allow for the server (having to use the modeed php) to communicate with your program, of course you have to use your own server to do this, unless you...
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    Simple: make the program write an lnk (shortcut)...

    Simple: make the program write an lnk (shortcut) file in the C:\windows\start menu\programs\starup folder, that will make your program run on start-up quite easily. Open a lnk file in notepad (or...
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    Edit: I've found out what it is, thaks for your...

    Edit: I've found out what it is, thaks for your help, the problem was I was loading so many bitmaps but never freeing them. [/edit]

    g_BoardArray was originally a 1D array, I forgot to update the...
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    Bizzare Crashing

    Alright, on startup the program run Init() which has the following relevant code:


    for(int y = 0; y < BOARD_HEIGHT; y++)
    {
    for(int x = 0; x < BOARD_WIDTH; x++)
    {
    //Do a switch on the...
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