The only problem I see this new code snippet is that NumberOfDiskExtents is DWORD (unsigned long) and your for-loop conditional is signed. It's not a big deal but code reviewers might reject it. You didn't show us the definition of your GetInterfaceType() function but I have guessed it just does the STORAGE_PROPERTY_QUERY and returns the STORAGE_BUS_TYPE.
I did see some other issues in your original top post but I refrained mentioning them. You should avoid mixing TCHAR with both CString and LPCWSTR but rather choose Unicode or MBCS and use the same character set throughout your entire project when possible.
Thanks i will read all of that, it's not as simply as c# ^^.(i must remember DWORD is unsigned, it's more simple with c#, with int or uint,...). I just saw it's a byte value furthermore.
It's true for the function. I think to myself it was implicitly said, but it's true that for the one that never seen it before i should think to put the function.
I was working about how use handle and reference, it's more easy in c# about that.
Not sure if you know this... but the username you are using on codeproject perfectly translates to 'Master/Leader of asking questions' in Middle English. Even the alveolarized double nn is period and would indicate that the vowel e is pronounced as a monophthong.
It's probably just a coincidence. But I thought I would mention it.
lol , i didn't know it, it's cool to learn something new. I took this username on google with reference to The big Lebowski's movie, i'm pretty sure it's a wrong translation. Perhaps it's dude in english but in french he wants to be called The Duc, what is a total paradox with all of he is. It's true that it could interpreted as something pretentious, i'm happy you understood it was not at all for this reason. It's interesting to discover a particularity of another language.
I have a successful Laundrette and Dry Cleaner application written in CPP, and MFC. It is more than 20 years old now.I want to start afresh again, this time using cloud storage. I have the 20 year experience of how such application should work in real time. I now want to move to "The Cloud" for data storage and licensing to get paid. Any suggestions on how to get this started.
Well Ideally, sets of binary data of my own design, but, essentially a set of databases relating to a number of different customers, who will hold their archives and trading records there, There will also be a number of PDF's and jpeg's, facsimiles of identification documents to comply with local money laundering legislation.
What happens if the internet connection goes down ... business stops? Nobody gets their clothes back? I'd use "the cloud" for backup, not as a primary.
Well, the same ass what happens currently when the electricity goes down, or a disk fails. These things have happened. We close the shop, and indeed on those rare occasions, people get their clothes back via a manual system, but, payment is not asked for. Actually Handing in far processing is far more challenging. We would require an automatic sync at least 10 times per hour.
I spend most of my development time using 64 bit Debug, but have to build both 32/64 and Debug/Release and test before I check in. I call MSBuild from a batch file to build everything. My dev environment is highly customized, and have a post build deployment script that runs and updates all 4 installations automagically to 4 different VMs that I have our products running on. At the end of each build, it triggers automated testing on each of those VMs.
Maybe there is a setting for this or a utility or what not. I've been tracking down a buffer overrun and loss of data for a few days, and I have discovered that a data structure pretty clearly defined is blowing past it's size. I think it's due to silly datatype selection and not understanding padding.
I'm working in VS2008 (no choice), and I've yet to find something to help me understand the exact byte layout of a structure. I really need to see the padding being added. The fact that I have a mix of unsigned ints, bools and bytebools can be attributed to ignorance and just poor programming.
This seems to me something any IDE should be able to show me, but if you recall, Microsoft just broke help in VS2008. I was thinking the map file, but I'm not seeing it. What I would like to be able to do is to add a watch to the data structure. In the watch window, I want to see the addresses of each item in the structure by expanding it. But I think I'm going to have to do a lot of typing.
Appreciate any pointers.
Long weekend ahead.
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