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    VB6 - Genric globals

    Thanks Valman Will check it out, and let you know...
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    VB6 - Genric globals

    Thanks Valman. Am not 100% sure what you mean. Is Form an inbuilt VB6 class, or would I need to create a public class module called from, or whatever, that consists of Set() and Get() provate functions, and not much else? Or am I WAAAAAY of the mark here?
  3. Hi All When going from form1 to form2 is there a way, without using PUBLIC globals, that functions/Subs in Form2 have to access a project level variable that will indicate the form that the current form was called from? So in a func/sub you could have something like: if (lastform = 'form1') then do processing based on being called from form1; else do some other processing end if Sorry am new to VB programming, but am guessing that this can be done.
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    Array processing

    Zahlman. Sorry you don't understand, my explination wasn't that great. But, it does work, and without recursion. The hard part is doing a combination like abde (ie. missing an array element), so that is why I had to have base combinations as explained. Then use these to drivr "down" deeper into the array. If you're interested will send out the algorithm, with better explination?
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    Problems with strings (c)

    Try looking at the char* strstr(char *str1, char *str2) function. Takes 2 strings, returns null if str1 isn't in str2, else returns a char * to str1 inside str2.
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    Array processing

    Cheers Zahlman, recusrion isn't really a PL/SQL facility (as far as I know), never read it in any books anyhow. In the end I initially created a sub-set of the duplicates on a cetain level: ab ac ad ae..etc Then used this as the basis for further processing. From above had an outer loop (A, B, C, D, E), then if this was the initial time I was trying to make coimbinations in this outerloop, then make the relevant doubles. If we already have the base then use this to make all other combinations: abc abd abe...etc When all of the outer loop is exhausted (inner loop = final one of outer loop(E)) then move on to next outer loop....B. Do Same...make the base (doubles) Bc bd be Then the inner loop: bcd bce bcde bde be...etc Then c..... You get the picture. Seems to work fine. Although am sure there are more efficient algorithms.
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    Array processing

    Hi Guys No this is not homework...although it is work related. The language is PL/SQL with PL/SQL tables. Not after a solution, just an existing algorithm that I can then implement. Good idea about representing each element as a binary number, unfortunately Oracle doesn't provide this facility.
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    Array processing

    Hi all I need an alogrithm to help with what seems to be a relatively easy problem. I have array of n elements, and am required to sum all elements against the other in multiple combinations, so that all possible combinations are exhuasted. So array has 3 elements A, B and C. I need: A+B+C A+B A+C B+C Does anyone know of an algorithm that will help with this. The algorithm has to work with all levels of indices, ie a 4 element array A, B, C, D: A+B+C+D A+B A+C A+D B+C B+D C+D A+B+C A+B+D B+C+D...etc Am sure there will be something out there that can help with this.
  9. Threading issue? Please explain.
  10. I have a static int declared local in C (This is NOT a C++ problem) As we all know in C a ststic int declared inside a function retains its "value" outside of that function (although local scope applies). I have recently converted an Oracle C (Pro*c) process from VMS to XP (2003 server), and am suddenly expeircing invalid cursor issues. The close of the cursor is dependant on a static variable that indicates whether the curor is open or closed. This is a very high (500,000/day) transactional piece of software. Has anyone else expierienced problems with oracle cursors in the same way on windows 2003?
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    Linking with dlls

    Hey there Am having something similar myself, but with an encryption dll/lib. The dll is in system32, so should be picked up bat am still getting unresolved symbol issues. Did you have the same issue? How did you get round it? G
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    can't find dll???

    The Platform SDK for VS2003 is installed...just can't seem to find the dlls and/or libs. Must be missing somethign quite simple...any ideas? G
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    can't find dll???

    Thanks for that. Trouble is the linker option doesn't seem to have an option to tell it what and where to find specific libraries...anyone? G
  14. Hi all. I've got a call out to the windows encryption routine (cryptoAPI) CryptMsgOpenToEncode(). As I understand it this is in the dll advapi32.dll. This is in my c:\windows\system32 but when I compile I get unresolved symbols for the function call CryptMsgOpenToEncode(). Has anyone an idea as to why the function cannot be found? I am using VS2003 (Win32 Console app project).
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