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  1. WndProc(HWND hWnd, UINT message, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam) { switch (message) { case WM_LBUTTONUP: InvalidateRect(hWnd, NULL, true); break; case WM_PAINT: PAINTSTRUCT ps; BeginPaint(hWnd,&ps); gShaper->Skin(ps); EndPaint(hWnd, &ps); break; ... CShaper() { m_srcDC = CreateCompatibleDC(NULL); SelectObject(m_srcDC, m_hFadeBmp); } CShaper::Skin(PAINTSTRUCT &ps) { HDC srcDC = CreateCompatibleDC(ps.hdc); SelectObject(srcDC, m_hFadeBmp); SetBkMode(srcDC,TRANSPARENT); SetTextColor(srcDC,0xFFFFFF); HFONT font = CreateFontIndirect(&m_LogFont); SelectObject(srcDC, font); TextOut(srcDC, ...) } Each time I click on the frame, the new text gets drawn on top of the old text, so after a few clicks everything looks larger and more grainy. I assumed the InvalidateRect call would erase everything, but apparently not.
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    Inherited template typedefs

    Wow that was quick. Thanks a lot; got it working now.
  3. // helper.h namespace Helper { template <class T> struct allocHelper { typedef T& reference; }; } // #include "helper.h" template <class T> class Tree : public Helper::allocHelper<T> { public: typedef typename Helper::allocHelper<T>::reference reference; void fn(reference r) { r = r; } } template <class T> class SelfBalancedTree : public Tree<T> { public: void fn2(reference rr) { rr = rr; } } fn() compiles fine, but I'm getting the following error in fn2(): error: `reference' has not been declared error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of `rr' with no type
  4. Quote:Original post by Kylotan C++ has the get(), read(), and readsome() methods on istreams which let you specify how much reading you want to do. Thanks, read() was what I was looking for.
  5. I need a way to read x characters from a file stream into a buffer without regard for any kind of delimiter. Every function I've seen stops at a newline or whatever delim character you specify.
  6. Well at least on the machine I'm running on, all the sockets start at 3 and keep increasing. But I wrote a loop to definitively find the highest socket, and it still doesn't work. I do also zero out the set before I start, and pass a copy of that set to select so that the original set doesn't get destroyed. I've also tried with just using one socket and still no luck. If I pass the set to select as a writable set before I call sendto(), that works, but I still get timeouts when I use it as a readable set.
  7. I have a DNS querying program using select() that works perfectly fine in windows, however when I try running it in linux, the call to select always times out. I was wondering if there were any inherent differences in select on windows vs linux that would be causing this. Here's a rough outline of my code in case it's helpful. int mySockets[]; for(i to numQueries) { mySocket = socket(PF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_UDP); ... FD_SET(mySocket, &set); } int top = mySocket[numQueries-1]+1; while() { readSet = set; select(top, &readSet, NULL, NULL, &time); }
  8. Sfpiano

    Access violations

    Quote:Original post by Zahlman Uh, in C++ we represent strings with std::string and avoid all that nonsense. Believe me, I would if I could. Quote:You should change: unsigned char temp[512]; I though that might be the problem, but I was trying to avoid having a bunch of malloc'd things to keep track of. Thanks guys.
  9. Sfpiano

    Access violations

    char* convert(const unsigned char* name) { char buf[512], *tt = NULL, *p = NULL; int i, val; tt = buf; while( 1 ) { val = *name++; if( val == 0 ) break; for(i=0; i<val; i++) { *tt++ = *name++; } *tt++ = '.'; } *(tt-1) = 0; p = (char*)malloc(strlen(buf)+1); strcpy(p, buf); return p; } unsigned char* decompress(unsigned short len, unsigned char* data, unsigned char* buf) { unsigned char temp[512]; int j, offset=0; for(j=0; j<len; j++) { if( (data[j] >> 4 & 0xc) == 0xc ) { unsigned char* ins = &buf[data[j+1]]; memcpy(temp+j, &buf[data[j+1]], strlen((char*)ins)); offset += strlen((char*)ins); j++; } else temp[j+offset] = data[j]; } temp[j+offset] = 0; return temp; } ... struct RR { unsigned char* name; } char inBuf[65536]; read(inBuf); RR rr; rr.name = &inBuf; unsigned char * pop = decompress(strlen((char*)rr.name), rr.name, inBuf); char* out = convert(pop); In the above code, when I call decompress, it stores the correct value in pop. However when I call convert(pop), I get an access violation, because the value of the input parameter to convert is all garbled, instead of the value of pop.
  10. My program is being sent a paint message every 30 or so seconds even if I just sit there w/o moving the cursor or anything. It's screwing with my textboxes because the program just draws on top of them w/o erasing them and the text gets all blurry. Is there a way to see where the WM_PAINT message is coming from?
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    "C++" Stl template errors

    I'm using VS2005 and have never gotten this error, which is why I'm confused. For now the way I have to get around it is to user str.append() for everything.
  12. Sfpiano

    "C++" Stl template errors

    Thing only thing I see is that I'm using an iterator to pass the string; is that the problem? void parse(string &input) { string str = input + string("y"); } int main() { vector<string> vec; vector<string>::iterator itr; for(itr=vec.begin(); itr!=vec.end(); itr++) { parse(*itr); } return 0; } With this exact code I get the same error in the parse function.
  13. std::replace(str.begin(), str.end(), "\t", ""); Gives me: error C2782: 'void std::replace(_FwdIt,_FwdIt,const _Ty &,const _Ty &)' : template parameter '_Ty' is ambiguous see declaration of 'std::replace' could be 'const char [1]' or 'const char [2]' Also std::vector<std::string> spaceVec; std::string amount; ... amount += spaceVec[1] + std::string(" "); Gives me: error C2784: 'std::_Vb_iterator<_MycontTy> std::operator +(_Vb_iterator<_MycontTy>::difference_type,std::_Vb_iterator<_MycontTy>)' : could not deduce template argument for 'std::_Vb_iterator<_MycontTy>' from 'std::basic_string<_Elem,_Traits,_Ax>' 1> with 1> [ 1> _Elem=char, 1> _Traits=std::char_traits<char>, 1> _Ax=std::allocator<char> 1> ] : see declaration of 'std::operator +'
  14. I have a custom control text box with a transparent background; I did this by ignoring the onEraseBkgd message. However I'm trying to add an image that pops up if the user hovers the mouse along the bottom of the control. So I don't want to erase the text region, just the bottom region whenever the image appears or disappears. I tried: RECT bottomBar; ... ::InvalidateRect(handle(), &bottomBar, true); but it didn't work.
  15. Ok, I disabled the onerasebackground message and put SetLayeredWindowAttributes() in my onpaint function before I do any drawing which got rid of the grey region behind the text. The problem now is anywhere there is text there's still a white box. I tried: SetLayeredWindowAttributes(handle(), 0xffffff, 0, LWA_ALPHA);
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