I might be missing something very trivial but is there a way to pause/break the debugger whenever any delete or delete is called? I tried Debug->New Breakpoint->Function Breakpoint (typed in delete as the function name) but it doesn't really trigger.
On VS2017, this code gets stuck in a loop.**What does VS2013 do for this code?Nothing in particular has to happen. According to the C++ standard:
The below code can be compiled successfully using Visual Studio 2015, but it failed using Visual Studio 2017. Visual Studio 2017 reports:
The below code can be compiled successfully using vs2015, but failed using vs2017. vs2017 report "error C2280: “std::pair<const _Kty,_Ty>::pair(const std::pair<const _Kty,_Ty> &)”: attempting to reference a deleted function".
I'm a bit confused about strings in C. I understand that declaring buffer size is important since otherwise, it can cause buffer overflow. But I need to know how do I take a string input that I don't know the size of. For instance, if I wanted to take a...
I'm trying to compile a Xamarin IOS solution in Visual Studio from Windows PC but I get the following error 2>C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio/2017/Professional/MSBuild/Xamarin/iOS/Xamarin.iOS.Common.targets(624,3): error : Could not locate SDK bin directory
Got this error today after upgrading VS2017 to v15.8.2 and trying to build my dotnet core project (target framework .NET Core 2.1):
This question already has an answer here:When I press the keyboard shortcut CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+] on an Italian keyboard to add a closed curly brace, Visual Studio selects a block of my code instead of printing it. I have already tried to reset the keyboard mapping on Visual Studio but to no...
I am getting an error in my VS 2017 Team Explorer whenever I pull/fetch or push.I tried to set my password by indicating:
I want to replace the ' with (Quotation, ), and I don't want to lose the original '. So, I use $1 to mean the original '. And I don't want to replace the ' of I'd.