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39283

Re: RapidQ decompiler

thanks anyway.
lucassioli.geo
Apr 4
#39283
 
39282

Re: RapidQ decompiler

thanks anyway.
lucassioli.geo
Apr 4
#39282
 
39281

Re: deference a pointer

Thanks, I did not see QOpenDialog:/
aaron_morris_2000
Apr 4
#39281
 
39280

New file uploaded to rapidq

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the rapidq group. File :
rapidq@yahoogroups.com
Apr 4
#39280
 
39279

Re: deference a pointer

Of course you must be crazy going through windows API, when you have a perfectly good QOpenDialog that makes this a lot simpler.Anyway... A char pointer is
johnk20042001
Apr 3
#39279
 
39278

Re: deference a pointer

Problem is I don't know the size as the data is a char* or string. Here's where I'm at, trying to use the Win API GetOpenFileName. The Open file dlg shows
aaron_morris_2000
Apr 3
#39278
 
39277

Re: deference a pointer

If you know what it references: for an integer: MEMCPY(VARPTR(ValueToRead), ptrAddress, SIZEOF(INTEGER)) Print ValueToRead etc.
johnk20042001
Apr 3
#39277
 
39276

Re: FOR NEXT fails to count up while DO LOOP works

I think only William Yu can answer that question. In one of my apps I ran into problems with 132 QLABELS. To be safe I would recommend no more than 128 of any
johnk20042001
Apr 3
#39276
 
39275

deference a pointer

Hi, Is there a built in way to de-reference a pointer. I see there is a function to point to the address VARPTR, just need the other way :) Thanks, Aaron
aaron_morris_2000
Apr 3
#39275
 
39274

Re: FOR NEXT fails to count up while DO LOOP works

... Is the maximal number of RQ Objects known? I've just checked and my program uses over 500! So far I've transformed over 20 QCheckboxes to variables and
carlt_1
Apr 2
#39274
 
39273

Re: FOR NEXT fails to count up while DO LOOP works

Thank you for the tips. I'll look into them. CarlT
carlt_1
Apr 1
#39273
 
39272

Re: FOR NEXT fails to count up while DO LOOP works

Also, make sure you don't have any of the known bug issues in your code: http://rapidq.phatcode.net/docs/bugs.html http://rapidq.phatcode.net/docs/bugs.html
johnk20042001
Apr 1
#39272
 
39271

Re: FOR NEXT fails to count up while DO LOOP works

... Is this possible a memory problem? In RapidQ2.inc there is a QDEBUG component that can help: DIM d as QDEBUG Then -- code is xxds = xxds + 1 endhere = 0
johnk20042001
Apr 1
#39271
 
39270

Re: Icon

Thabk you JohnK
godin13
Mar 31
#39270
 
39269

Re: Icon

Thak you
godin13
Mar 31
#39269
 
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