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  1. Why do you want to be a Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician again?
  2. >> You cannot forward ports on the network at the college Yeah so what should one do instead? Like, so aim file transfer doesn't work, and other casual filke sharing apps. I have a thing in the liscense that says no computer can be used as a server, but wtf. I can give some network details if the answer is not opbvious.
  3. Do you know anything about them? Of course you can You can use LoadLibrary to load an arbitrary dll You can use GetProcAddress to find stuff in the library, and use dumpbin [/exports] if you are not exaclty sure what is in the library If you know the export symbol you want, you can get it, get a pointer to it. If you know how to use that exported thang, call it as a method or interpret it's data, then you're good But sometimes it's hard to know how to use a method in a dll if know there is know interface documentationY You could have to reverse engineer some methods to figure out how to use them correctly.
  4. That keylogger is just a poor corruption of this http://web.archive.org/web/20051120083439/...hp?newsid=10952 >> some weird coding style It's patchwork. Copy + pastes from all over the web. Nomenumbra is just an egowhore, plagiarizes, but definitely writes some good stuff anyways
  5. World's best http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/a_new_captcha_approach.png
  6. Is that the actual error? Is it really "undefined reference to Gnome_app" Or "undefined reference to GNOME_APP" Because GNOME_APP(x) just performs a cast, and is a macro, and makes me believe that it's not seeing that macro in the namespace like you hadn't included a header and it's trying to resolve the symbol through linking. You could try including "gnome-app.h" which has that macro. Apparently located at gnome#.#/gnome-libs-#.#.#/libgnomeui/gnome-app.h
  7. You are compiling as unicode, which is okay, Windows is natively unicode. Just use generic text mappings, tchars. Include tchar.h typedef basic_string<TCHAR> tstring; #if defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE # define tcerr wcerr # define tcin wcin # define tclog wclog # define tcout wcout #else // defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE # define tcerr cerr # define tcin cin # define tclog clog # define tcout cout #endif // defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE Then TCHAR acUserName[100]; // This was a Java style declaration in your post? DWORD nUserName = sizeof(acUserName); if (GetUserName(acUserName, &nUserName)) { tcout << "User name is " << acUserName << "." << endl; } else { tcerr << "Failed to lookup user name, error code " << GetLastError() << "." << endl; } Build strings with stl strings. #include <string> tstring t = TEXT("C:\\Users\\"); t += acUserName; Or use the shell functions to get folder paths http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms647764.aspx Or you can also use microsoft's COM interface http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms645256.aspx
  8. You are compiling as unicode, which is okay, Windows is natively unicode. Just use generic text mappings, tchars. Include tchar.h typedef basic_string<TCHAR> tstring; #if defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE # define tcerr wcerr # define tcin wcin # define tclog wclog # define tcout wcout #else // defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE # define tcerr cerr # define tcin cin # define tclog clog # define tcout cout #endif // defined UNICODE || defined _UNICODE Then TCHAR acUserName[100]; // This was a Java style declaration in your post? DWORD nUserName = sizeof(acUserName); if (GetUserName(acUserName, &nUserName)) { tcout << "User name is " << acUserName << "." << endl; } else { tcerr << "Failed to lookup user name, error code " << GetLastError() << "." << endl; } Build strings with stl strings. #include <string> tstring t = TEXT("C:\\Users\\"); t += acUserName; Or use the shell functions to get folder paths http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms647764.aspx Or you can also use microsoft's COM interface http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms645256.aspx
  9. http://www.anjuta.org/documents/C/anjuta-tutorial/x148.html >> After this comes the sweet moment of testing out your app. First, go to Build->Build All. This creates the executable file hello in the src directory, after compiling the files, viz., main.c, interface.c, support.c and callbacks.c. Generally the gcc compiler is used for this purpose. Apparently you need to compile interfaces.c, support.c, callbacks.c, and viz.c (?) into your project.
  10. Okay, if we really need to get down to semantics "Main Entry: or·thog·o·nal Pronunciation: or-'thä-g&-n&l Function: adjective Etymology: Middle French, from Latin orthogonius, from Greek orthogOnios, from orth- + gOnia angle -- more at -GON 1 a : intersecting or lying at right angles b : having perpendicular slopes or tangents at the point of intersection <orthogonal curves> 2 : having a sum of products or an integral that is zero or sometimes one under specified conditions: as a of real-valued functions : having the integral of the product of each pair of functions over a specific interval equal to zero b of vectors : having the scalar product equal to zero c of a square matrix : having the sum of products of corresponding elements in any two rows or any two columns equal to one if the rows or columns are the same and equal to zero otherwise : having a transpose with which the product equals the identity matrix 3 of a linear transformation : having a matrix that is orthogonal : preserving length and distance 4 : composed of mutually orthogonal elements <an orthogonal basis of a vector space> 5 : statistically independent" If author meant 'mutually exclusive', that's an unwarranted unsupported remark still, and I'd like to see in what context it was said. But really, what is it about OO that doesn't sit with you? And what do you know about design and implementation? I don't like probing around but from your 'esoteriq' website, but your largest project is less than 200 loc, an irc bot, using an irc programming library.
  11. C++ isn't really object oriented He didn't say it was. If you find someone that has worked with C++ for years, they will undoubtedly know their way around the OO facilities of the language. >> I would agree, however the definition of OO itself is pretty murky, it's a grouping of useful concepts into a not so useful package. Justify that, your quotation of whatever doesn't.
  12. No, he came back from the future to save humanity. I'm just gonna be a cyborg in the nowand here
  13. I want to be the first cyborg
  14. http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/mdft/Proof_...s_Identity.html >> The infinite series at the end gives approximately 1 I always simplify it to a / 1 - r in my head, which only works where the lower bound of summation is 0. Goddamn. Okay, ar^m / 1 - r
  15. So that's like a dollar