As looking at the web page, you can install on:
Windows, MacOS X, Linux
There is no way .NET framework is build for MacOS X, Linux.
It is pointless, to buil MuPad with .NET especaly for windows, but corp can use c++ cross-platform files, for maintaing is a lot easier, a lot cheaper, and the same techonlogy. And betwen them is very little diffrence in code. The Only big diffrence is Prebuild libraries for specific OS.
I am trying to run this packet logging/sending program for a game; which is coded within the Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 C++ enviorment, however when I try executing it says's "This application has failed to start because the application is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.” any idea's?
Can anyone please recommend a book that is a good guide for beginners to the STL Library. I purchased one book that was supposedly for beginners, the C++ Standard Template Library, and it is so confusing i cant understand it. I would appreciate someone's help with this.
The book you've bought is the standard reference on the topic. However, there are lots of more elementary texts on the topic. There are also heaps of tutorials on the web ( I wrote a few on this site ). Work through the stuff on CP, then go back to your book.
And, in future, managed C++ means .NET C++, which does not include STL. Use the Visual C++ forum, if you're not using Managed C++ or C++/CLI.
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thanks for the advice. Can you please reference an elementary text on the stl library. I cant seem to find a good tutorial on the web. So there are some on this sight? I would appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks much
Is there any way I coud manage a connection to an mdb database without using ODBC?Because I'm making a small program to store info like phone numbers and such, but I would rather not having to rely on the user having the ODBC for mdb databases, and I've been told that I can manage the connection by only adding a few things to the project, and no need to use ODBC.
I would appreciate any help you could give me.
Well, as you're asking in the managed C++ forum, I guess you can use the .NET framework classes for database connections. If you posted in the wrong forum, then I'm not sure what your options are, but you should move the question where it belongs, in order to find out.
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