Error code 10047 states: "An address incompatible with the requested protocol was used.". Are you sure that the lana address value in your socket() call is correct? See the description here[^] for an explanation.
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"Netbios is not supported on Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, and subsequent versions of the operating system."
Maybe that list should include Win2003 x64 as well.
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I'm still new to the codegear C++ builder and i'm trying to do a little application just to familiarize myself with the language. The application consists in doing a web browser. Now i have all the simple functions, like going back, forward, refresh, home and navigate but i would like to do something more, like adding tabs or having history or a status bar and progress bar or other web browser functionality. The problem is i tried searching but all i get is microsoft visual C++ code which is not compatible with codegear C++ so it doesn't work. Can please someone give me a hand on this subject ? Thanks
I m trying for a sample which si have menu with dynamic items (i seen sample in code project for dynamic items), whihch will dynamically create menu with menus and sub menus, but problem is main menu coming with left side(column) seprator for images and text and submenu are coming with without seprator, how we can set options with or without left separator
First, I am assuming that you using C++ and MFC. If this is not the case, please tell me what tools you are using and ignore my answer below.
In MFC, there is a class called CMenu. This class has member functions to deal with menus including adding and modifying menus. You can look at the member functions AppendMenu and ModifyMenu. Also, if you want to get fancy you can consider the idea of Owner-Draw Menus.
This is described in the book "Programming Windows with MFC" by Jeff Prosise.