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i'm trying using the GNU compiler with command lines( using the ShellExecuteEx()). when i do: string FileName1="C:\\Program Files\\mingw-w64\\x86_64-7.2.0-win32-seh-rt_v5-rev1\\mingw64\\bin\\x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++.exe"; run(FileName1,"-c \"C:\\Users\\Cambalinho\\Documents\\CB\\testfolder\\bin\\Debug\\test2.cpp\""); the object file is created. these line creates the exe: run(FileName1,"-o C:\\Users\\Cambalinho\\Documents\\CB\\testfolder\\bin\\Debug\\test2.exe C:\\Users\\Cambalinho\\Documents\\CB\\testfolder\\bin\\Debug\\test2.o"); (tested) but the exe have some dependencies... so seen the Code Blocks: x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++.exe -Wall -g -std=c++14 -c …

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Hi, I am working on a personal vb.net project that will allow me to capture a full-sized image of a given web page. I've been working on this for a few of days and have not found a method that is 100% reliable. Here's what i have tried so far... …

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Creating WinAPI windows and controls can be a pain and quite difficult/annoying at times. Most of the time, I find myself searching MSDN, DaniWeb, and StackOverflow. I hate having to use external libraries unless I absolutely have no other choice. Below contains code for creating WinAPI windows, Controls, Sub-Classing, and …

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Hi all, i read that the .net framework is a wrapper around the win32 api. can someone please clarify the following for me: 1.if .net is a wrapper around win32 api it means we are able to do everything with .net that we used to do with win32 api. then …

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I have been messing around with making a windows application in Dev-C++ I wanted to make it in a single source file, rather than a project to see if it worked. It did, other than the fact that I got the windows app, AND a DOS prompt behind it. Is …

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back again with another question. i created a simple window in WIN32 mode, but it's giving me a linker error that i cannot isolate. [CODE]#include <windows.h> #include <tchar.h> #include <stdio.h> //defined this for all processes HINSTANCE hInstance; LRESULT CALLBACK WinProc(HWND hWnd, UINT msg, LPARAM lParam, WPARAM wParam); //WndProc Prototype. always …

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Hi, This is my first project involving processes I am completely lost. I need to create 10 processes that run at the same time. I know that a process is a program in execution so I must write a program that executes 10 times. I used Win32 API to create …

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i have a code written in c++/Cli (CLR Console app) that uses .Net framework. it basically uploads a file to a ftp server. i wanna run it on computers that dont have .net framework. and are running windows xp or windows 7. can i somehow convert it into win32 console …

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I created python executable with py2exe. In my program, I use the pywin32 module. [U][B]Details of the SW's[/B][/U] OS Window 7 64 Bit Python 2.6 pywin32-214.win32-py2.6 when i created the exe its working fine on other system running Windows 7 but giving below error when running on Windows XP systems... …

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Hello All, I have a question on win32gui, how do I get the window ID corresponding to a window handle. I am able to get the window handle, class, caption using functions like "win32gui.GetWindowText", "win32gui.GetClassName" etc, but I can't find a function that returns the window ID for a particular …

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Hi, I have a C++ program (built in Visual Studio 2010) and want to add a user interface to package it up. I've been reading around about windows forms and the win32 API, and found loads of tutorials showing how to create interfaces but I can't find any advice on …

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I want to create a WIN32 API in C#. I was looking as to what would be the best option to create a new project for WIN32 API in C#. I saw that in C++ in Visual Studio, there is one option to create MFC Application but not in C#. …

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Dear All, I am developing an app that will hook on to the ExtTextOutW and capture the text to be displayed on the screen and log it to a file. I am doing this on Windows XP and VC++ 2008. I have managed to do the above for a notepad …

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Okay, this just makes me feel stupid. I'm pretty good at programming for the console so I figured I would try a Win32 program. Apparently I'm stupid because I cannot even compile hello world. Heres the code I copy and pasted. [CODE] #include <windows.h> int APIENTRY WinMain(HINSTANCE hInstance, HINSTANCE hPrevInstance, …

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Hi2all! What better use for working with databases in C + + and win32api? (static lib with source code, classes or simple source code, examples)

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The question given like this using the CreateProcess () in the Win32 API. In this instance, you will need to specify a separate program to be invoked from CreateProcess(). It is this separate program that will run as a child process outputting the Fibonacci sequence. Perform necessary error checking to …

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