"messageListeners" is a gcroot template instance and does not have an operator . You need to use the conversion operator ( operator T ) to get at the CLR List object before you can get to the indexer ().
Now that software is good in that when a fax is coming, it transfer it to the correct card (tha card that is specified for the recipt)... But, when we send a fax, it handles tha job to the next available card in the Queu (not nesesarly to be the card that is specified for the sender).
If anybody knows how to enhance this software so it sends the fax correctly(using the sender card) I will appreciate his/her help.
Or if you have an alternative solution that not expensive to use. I will also appreciate that.
Then you can't possibly modify it using C++/CLI. If you want to know how to change this code, your best bet is the Visual C++ forum, although even that is a long shot. You probalby want forums dedicated to users of this particular software.
Christian Graus - C++ MVP
'Why don't we jump on a fad that hasn't already been widely discredited ?' - Dilbert
I am using visual c++ 6.0. I wish to use the COleVariant::GetByteArrayFromVariantArray member function
but the compiler generates error message : GetByteArrayFromVariantArray is not a member function of COleVariant. Why could this happen?? Is this function available only in VC++ 2005??
Is there any way to retrieve a byte array from variant array??
Thanks. I will appreciate any help from you.
despite the fact I have tried a number of times creating different search strings
That is easy to believe. Keep at it though. Developing the "skill" to find information is a critical skill in our field. If this helps at all, I use Google to do my searching and when I expect that MSDN will contain the information I seek I put "MSDN" as the first keyword in the Google search phrase. I find that Google provides much better results than the MSDN search engine. But that's just me.
Anyway using your question as an example my Google search string would be
In C++, the storage class specifiers auto, static, register, extern, and mutable. The storage class specifiers explicitly determine the storage class of a variable. Thus, the storage class specifier, auto, lets you define a variable with automatic storage (storage class). However, you will also hear: auto storage class. So, storage class and storage class specifier may be used to mean the same thing.
According to your profile, you program with C++ and not C++/CLI. Also, your plea for help does not give me enough information to assist you. What are your requirements? Here is an example of how your plea for help sounds to me:
I need to create a vehicle from scratch? Can you help me?