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not sure where to put this really, as it's nothing to do with ubuntu.
Since the site "revamp" does anyone find it harder to read? Well, not harder to read but just a lot more 'busy'?
yea that threw me a bit (no pun intended). Looks strange to me.
i think i am wrong and all the other fella's are right :)
well it almost sounds like if you're getting nonsense are you in fact asking for the 4th element of the array, rather than an array of 3 elements?
I'm not sure without testing it but it kinda feels...
What do you think this is actually doing?
catch (MyType var)
ask a mate if you can borrow a monitor and see if the same thing happens on that one. That should tell you if it's specific to your machine or not.
Ain't done excel stuff in years, but is it possible to get back the contents of one column as an array?
my last company's coding standards forbade the use of unions for those reasons mentioned.
sounds like a template function in C++, but not sure this is possible in C.
Not done C in a long time though :)
Stick a break at the end of each case.
Somebody should merge his/her 2 threads. They're converging onto the same subject.
is not working because it isn't being created. Are you sure this thing is compiling?
run make again like this
make &> results.txt
after you've typed make, type 'ls -l' and paste the results here. in other words, let's have a look at what's produced after your make.
(they are all lower case L's in that command by the way).
I'll say it again:
why are you trying to run an object file?
Have a quick read of this:
And i'm failry sure you dont need to use...
are you trying to run a .o file??
what command did you use to compile this?
and where are you running it from?
edit: and are you logged in as root?
You shouldn't have a function in your class the same name as the class. You've instantiated an object, and then you effectively call the constructor again.
You need (i think) something like this:...
I think you're asking about abstract base classes, rather than specifics about pure virtual functions aren't you?
Oh god, not again.
how about looking at your other thread:
Have a google first with the compiler message.
knackered motherboard battery maybe?
No, it means your allFile object IS a null object. Follow bird1500's post and put in the full path to your directory.
When you're doing stuff like this it's always good to test for nullness, or...