I'm trying to use back slash in C++ in a string like this :So for this example I would get these errors/warnings :"unknown escape sequence: '/E'" "unknown escape sequence: '/A'" . Since I need to type in the exact name of the window , is there any way to avoid...
I have a Windows batch file whose purpose is to set some environment variables, e.g.Users can run this prior to doing work that needs the environment variable, e.g.:
Have a structure declared and defined in shared file.Both threads create by the Windows API CreateThread() have visibility to the instance of it:
I wrote a small batch file to convert a file containing eight 16 bit hexadecimal values per line into a CSV file with the eight values in decimal.
THE PROBLEM: When I grab the resize border of my Windows app, especially the top or left borders, and resize the window, the contents of the window do resize "live" as I drag, but they resize in a hideous manner that looks like a blatant bug to even the most...
I'm trying to write a program in which a number starts from 0, but when you press any key, it gets incremented by 1. If nothing is pressed, it keeps on decreasing by 1 per second until it reaches 0. Every increment or decrement is displayed on the console window.
For a 32-bit windows application is it valid to use stack memory below ESP for temporary swap space without explicitly decrementing ESP?
I write a windows 10 driver.following is the code, actually the code is a sample of docs.microsoft.com.
Just before I was following a guide to use the MessageBoxA function in assembly, and when creating variables, they used a ", 0" after the variable contents. What is this for?
Break: I don't think it is the same question actually, the other question is a general question about calling destructors manually. This is at the creating process, inside the class itself. Still want to know what happen when you do this, like stated in the question below.