How do i gcnew a arraylist to array? I have initialised the variables under the ref form function and i need to create a method to call and new the variable to array and display them in a treeview control. How Do I Need To Do???PLS HELP!!!
Sample coding is below of what i have done so far. Basically i need to drag drop a icon to panel and once it displays there, the trewview control will show. In this Case i haf 1 base Station which is the parent and many subscriber station which is the child. For 1 base station there will be many Subscriber station. So i need to pass in the string variable.
public ref class Form1 : public System::Windows::Forms::Form
baseStationNode = gcnew ArrayList();
subscriberNode = gcnew ArrayList();
//TODO: Add the constructor code here
lets say in a edit box i have some text ABCD , i want to capture this text to a CString and pass this CString to Sendmessage as Wparam parameter to other remote process(iam using sockets for remote connevtion). and at remote Application i will capture this wparam and display the message
I am confused that why we have to pass a reference of same class type into a copy constructor? I searched a lot but i am not able to find out the exact answer.So,plz if anybody can forward me the relevant answer of this question then plz forward it as soon as possible.Please specify the reason.
When you are copying objects, you need a source and a destination. The destination or "new" object must be able to access the data of the source object to copy its data and perform any necessary resource allocation.
// Copy constructor
Foo(const Foo %f)
value = f.value;
string = f.string;
... // Rest of class code
"We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give." --Winston Churchill
Because that's just how the copy constructor works. The parameter has to be a reference. If it weren't a reference, how could you make a copy of the input object? (You don't have a copy constructor yet, you're writing it!)
array<Byte>^ MD5hash( array<Byte>^data )
// This is one implementation of the abstract class MD5.
MD5^ md5 = gcnew MD5CryptoServiceProvider;
array<Byte>^ result = md5->ComputeHash( data );