For your benefit, I've seen you've been asking this for a while.
But there are not so much of Java experts here, so I suggest that you try out a good Java discussion forum on the Internet (CP has a Java board, but is not very much active yet). They will probably suggest you a way out on how to access a Java servelet from C++.
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I am using a TabControl in my application with two tabs. The focus being on the first tab button.
But the problem is that i am able to see the page related to first tab control but the two tab control buttons are not visible. My application is in mfc
Just think about it for a second - if the range is 100, we can read the value and divide it by 100 to get a float.
Of course, if the range is only 100 - the smallest increment you may make is 1% of the range. If you goto a range of 1000, you can inc/dec by 0.1% of the range. Then of course, you could have a larger range, and go to (say) 100,000. Each increment would then only represent 0.001% of the range. and so on and so forth
1. Read value
2. divide value by range
3. create a string that represents the resulting number
4. put the result into the edit control.
yeah i wanna build one prog using those two files and then run the prog so that i wanna run a process fro a client and another for ther server on a same machine (local). but i'am asking what should i write in the terminal (as i said i'm under Linux) !!! I m despered t spent alla the day asking that and looking in the net but no way
yes you are all right but in socket there are always a C file for the client and another one for the Server but i forgot how we edit the links between the c files and the o files under linux, i know that there is may be soem command like make or a shell comands i forgot it , i used to compile them about 4 years ago :p and now i need to run that app on my computer (and for the Linux Session i posted this message 5 jours ago and no reply till now :'()
*.o it's only a wildcard way to say 'link with all object files you find'. You get the error because the compiler finds both client.o and server.o (and both have a main function inside). I strongly suggest you to issue the man gcc command.
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i already did the man gcc but with no hopes it stills abstractiv :p
any way thx for your help i ll try to ask the question to my professor and i ll write you the answer if he ll give it to me of course
Thx again (y)
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