Since you're obviously using C++, why on earth are you using char pointers as strings? Don't do that. Use std::string. Also, you can't concatenate char pointers like that. You are adding the char value of your Zone ID to your pointer, offsetting it into some undefined territory.
Posted by Endurion
on 22 September 2014 - 11:46 PM
Yeah, I noticed that. DX (at least with 9) adds the WS_EX_TOPMOST style to your window. So whenever I return from fullscreen I remove the style again. Before going fullscreen I store the current window styles (both style and extended style), and restore them afterwards.
List<Pokemon> is the typename of the class. The container is a class called List. The < > are a sign that the List uses Generics. The type inside the brackets defines the type of class this List contains.
The consensus for the Windows defined types is, usually you DO NOT mix them.
Pass a BOOL to a BOOL etc. Don't assume, just because they sound samey, that they are the same. There's usually a reason why they added a new type instead of reusing an existing one.