I have a main program (main.cpp) and a shared library (test.h and test.cpp):test.h:test.cpp:main.cpp:
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?