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#Actualjbadams

Posted 04 April 2013 - 06:01 AM

Well you could solve the issue by using #define's instead

 

#define WINBORDER_NONE 0x00

... ect

 

Why would you need strongly typed enums? Using your old code will work regardless of the type used (int, short, char, byte ect), no need to overcomplicate things rolleyes.gif

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#6Vortez

Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:42 AM

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#5Vortez

Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:32 AM

Well you could solve the issue by using #define's instead

 

#define WINBORDER_NONE   0x00

... ect

 

Why would you need strongly typed enums? Using your old code will work regardless of the type used (int, short, char, byte ect), no need to overcomplicate things rolleyes.gif


#4Vortez

Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:09 AM

Well you could solve the issue by using #define's instead

 

#define WINBORDER_NONE   0x00

... ect

 

Why would you need strongly typed enums? Using your old code will work regardless of the type used (int, short, char, byte ect), no need to overcomplicate things rolleyes.gif


#3Vortez

Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:06 AM

Well you could solve the issue by using #define's instead

 

#define WINBORDER_NONE   0x00

... ect

 

Why would you need strongly typed enums, it will work regardless of the type used (int, short, char, byte ect)


#2Vortez

Posted 03 April 2013 - 10:06 AM

Well you could solve the issue by using #define's instead

 

#define WINBORDER_NONE   0x00

... ect

 

Why would you need stringly typed enums, it will work regardless of the type used (int, short, char, byte ect)


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