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  1. porthios

    Returning to programming

    Only thing that looks suspicious to me is int rect.x = (x * 16) + 160; int rect.y = (y * 16); Maybe take out the int's. What errors are you getting exactly? If you let us know of the errors, we can solve your problems faster! ;) [EDIT] Looks like I was beaten to the chase
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    std::npos

    It represents a position that was not found. IE: In terms of that code, string::find == string::npos means that whatever you were searching for was not found.
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    How would i complete this?

    f >> map[x][y];
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    std::map memory leaks

    The class that contains it is global (makes things a lot easier) so that could be the problem. Is there a way I could force the std::map to clean itself up? Or should I consider something else? Thanks, Porthios [EDIT] That must've been the problem, I fixed it by adding `_CRTDBG_LEAK_CHECK_DF` to the _CrtSetDbgFlag call so it cleans everything up on exit and the leak disappeared. Thanks for the quick replies!
  5. Im working on a simple scripting language and am running into a problem with std::map. Ive been using the _Crt**** (IE _CrtDumpMemoryLeaks) stuff to check for memory leaks and found that std::map is producing a leak. After debugging ive found that _Myhead in the std::map class is what's causing the leak. This leak can be caused even if I dont add anything to the map. (std::map<std::string, IFunctionObject*> funcs is the declaration in my class). Any reason why this would happen? (If this isn't enough information, I can give more)
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    C++ Pointers

    Try creating all the objects in a game on the heap (without using pointers and new). Your answer lies there (plus its just convenient to use pointers sometimes)
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    bits!

    Why not just use the bitwise operators? Specifically OR and XOR for changing the value of bits.
  8. All I have to say is that they really like to brag up their real-time shadows all over the place. Its like they think they were the first to do it or something :P
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