|Run program "Hello World" in CGAL|
I was getting exactly same errors. I realized,
when I was building QGLViewer via VS 2010 command
prompt, it was giving an error for
manipulatedFrame.cpp<244>. Error is about
So in manipulatedFrame.cpp, I changed line 244;
const qreal dist = sqrt(delta.x()*delta.x() +
To this line;
const qreal dist =
|Error: msvcp90.dll is missing on running an application built in visual C++|
Your best bet is to install the "official"
Microsoft Redistributable on all target PCs that
will run your app:
|User interface for c++|
Given the constraints of your choices and the fact
that you've already chosen C++, then I would go
with MFC. Had you chosen C, I would have told you
Win32. Had you chosen C#, I probably would have
|Why CreateSolidBrush returns random number instead of constant number in c++?|
According the the MSDN documentation,
CreateSolidBrush returns an HBRUSH object, which
is a handle to a brush, not a meaningful value.
You aren't meant to use the numerical value of it
directly. It's essentially a pointer to the actual
brush object which is managed by Windows.
|Test disappears from test explorer when calling native code in C++ CLI test project|
I fixed the problem. It was cause by the SyncPort
assembly having a missing delay-loaded dependency.
Therefore the syntax was correct but it would
never load. The test detection engine loads the
test assembly in the background after compilation,
which attempts to load the SyncPort assembly and
The solution was to fix the dependency issue and
it all falls into place.
|Const struct assigned to struct|
It is not the same. You are trying to assign const
pointer to a non const pointer. Another words:
trying to assign Mutable pointer to a constant
StudentType to a non-const pointer.
It does make sense to change something that is
declared const to no-cont, meaning you could
change a value of a constant.
What you are trying to do is to copy one object to
another using shallow copy. in order to do so
|New to OpenMP and parallel programming need to partition a loop using scheduling|
At first you need a loop, where the distribution
makes a difference. The loop has 100 iterations,
so the OpenMP schedule will only 100 times decide
what is the next iteration for a thread what takes
no mensurable time. The output with printf takes
very long so in your code it makes no difference
which schedule is used. Its better to make a loop
without console output and a very high loop count