Extractions: Building C++ Applications with Template Classes in Visual Studio Background When working with "normal" C++ classes the recommended procedure is to put a class definition in a C++ header file, e.g. myClass.h, and the implementation in a C++ source file, e.g., myClass.cpp. The source file is then made part of the project, meaning it is compiled separately. The client program, e.g., driver.cpp, then has an #include "myClass.h" so when it is compiled the compiler will know about myClass. However, a problem arises when this recommendation is applied to template classes. In a nutshell, it just wont work. The reason for the problem and possible solutions are discussed below. Why there is a Problem The fundamental problem is that a template per se cannot be compiled. Or, perhaps it is more accurate to say there is nothing to be compiled in the template itself. For example, consider the template class definition: template(class ObjectType)
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Extractions: Visual C++ Tutorial This tutorial is designed to teach a programmer new to Visual C++ how to create a project and workspace for their own applications that use OpenPTC. It describes the method used by myself to setup each of the example and demo program projects. It may look long winded, but once you know what you are doing its a snap. promise. 1. Run Visual C++ 2. Go to the file menu and select 'new' 7. In Visual C++ 6.0 you will already have the folders, 'Source Files', 'Header Files' and 'Resource Files' created, if your are in Visual C++ 5.0 no folders will be created so you will have to create them yourselves by right clicking on 'Test Files' (assuming your project is called 'Test') and selecting 'New Folder' from the popup menu. Because we do will not have any header files in this project, or resources (icons, dialogs etc.) you can delete the 'Header Files' and 'Resource Files' folders by selecting the folder with a mouse click and pressing the delete key (or right clicking and selecting 'Delete' from the popup menu).
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Visual C++ visual C++. Here's a shot at a visual C++specific Hello World program. hello.cpp.// hello.cpp Defines the class behaviors for the application. http://www2.latech.edu/~acm/helloworld/visualc .html
Cpp Compiler Tips included. Most of the information is oriented towards Microsoft visual C++,for a couple of reasons code). General Microsoft visual C++ Tips. http://www.outreach.washington.edu/dl/courses/cpp711/cpp_comptips.htm
Extractions: var contentsClosed = "Contents"; var contentsOpen = "Hide ContentsGeneral Microsoft Visual C++ TipsLong Identifier WarningBoolean Functionalityfor Loop Variable ScopeC-Style String Literals are of type const charImplicit Declaration of intThe main Function Must Return intWhen 'new'ing an Array, a Size Must be SuppliedLifetime of Temporary Unnamed Objects"; General Microsoft Visual C++ Tips Long Identifier Warning Boolean Functionality for Loop Variable Scope ... Lifetime of Temporary Unnamed Objects This section provides information and workarounds for some C++ compilers, and includes information on standards conformance. Only common problems and information that is frequently requested are included. Most of the information is oriented towards Microsoft Visual C++, for a couple of reasons: There are patches and fixes available for the Visual C++ standard library (which is provided by Dinkumware) at: http://www.dinkumware.com/
Compiling Newmat09 Under Visual C Create a directory such as VC where you want to keep all your visual C++ projects keyand click all the files needed in the project (this is all the .cpp and .h http://www.robertnz.net/VisualC.html
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Extractions: dtSearch Support Support index Search dtSearch Home Downloads ... Quick Start dtSearch Engine build tips for Visual C++ developers Last Reviewed: December 1, 2000 Article: DTS0105 Applies to: dtSearch Engine 5.x, dtSearch Engine 6 This article describes some common problems that Visual C++ developers encounter when building an application with the dtSearch Engine. Compile Errors Precompiled header errors when compiling Compile errors in debug builds relating to DEBUG_NEW Link Errors Undefined symbols "_dtssDoInit", "_dtssDoIndexJob", etc. The dtSearch Engine import library is not linked in. Add dtengine.lib (for version 5.2 and earlier) or dts600.dll (for version 6) to your project. Undefined symbols "dtsInitInfo::dtsInitInfo", "dtsIndexJob::dtsIndexJob", etc. Error LINK1106: "invalid file or disk full" Visual C++ 5.0 Service Pack 3 or Visual C++ 6 is needed to link with dtengine.lib. Earlier versions of Visual C++ produce this error message. Obtain Service Pack 3 from the Microsoft Visual C++ web site, or upgrade to Visual C++ 6. Multiple definitions of symbols new, delete, main, dllmain, etc.