1>C:\SYSADATA\SYSADATA\SYSADATA\getnextsource.cpp(213,36): message : Element '1': no conversion from 'ESDID' to 'std::pair<const uint32_t,syminfo>'1>C:\SYSADATA\SYSADATA\SYSADATA\getnextsource.cpp(213,36): message : Element '2': no conversion from 'syminfo' to 'std::pair<const uint32_t,syminfo>'1>C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\Professional\VC\Tools\MSVC\14.29.30133\include\xtree(1283,10): message : see declaration of 'std::_Tree<std::_Tmap_traits<_Kty,_Ty,_Pr,_Alloc,false>>::insert'1> with
1> _Alloc=std::allocator<std::pair<const uint32_t,syminfo>>1> ]
this is just a general comment I thought MainFrame Assembler was Hard but being a C\C++ proficient coder is a very difficult skill to master as an aside just looked at the retrieval for the map class "AT" method it looks like if not found it generates an exception would of been a lot simpler if they gave back a bad return code
Thank you again you know I’m an assembler mail framer by birth when I post any question on IBMMAIN no matter how much research I have done I get screamed at wish IBMMAIN could be more like the codeproject thank.
Time for to implement my code or actually yours
<pre>in my applications need some scanner support ,I thought it is a good idea to getinto TWAIN and try it out.after that I had an exit error that is driving me nuts as an Debug Assertion Failed....
in cmdtarg.cpp line 40 CCmdTarget::~CCmdTarget because m_dwRef is greater than 1 (inthiscase it is2)
However, I'm having strange hanging issues in my code and I suspect the code above might be the cause. Is the code above legal or will it corrupt RAM? If so, what's the correct way to do it? Ideally I'd like to have the whole object inside the struct, not just a pointer to it.
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