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megaadam 9-Sep-19 3:36am View
   
I think, you should not PASS the logger. The child process should create its own logger, I think this was mentioned in the link. Good luck.
megaadam 27-Aug-19 10:35am View
   
Ah I missed your reply. Now it is twice as easy to resolve.
megaadam 28-Jun-19 8:20am View
   
Next question: Does C++ have goto?
megaadam 25-Jun-19 4:23am View
   
What can possibly go wrong as long as you use <wincrypt.h> to encrypt the ICBM launch codez?
megaadam 10-May-19 11:03am View
   
Well i would think that IF your data is recursive (i.e. if the "ambig" items contain new lists of "L -> R" expressions) then the code might need to be recursive, or at at least the parser needs to build a recursive data structure.
megaadam 10-May-19 10:30am View
   
The above assumes that data is "ordered" like the data you provided.

If it is unordered eg:
lines = [
"test -> expr",
"expr -> ambig1 ambig2 ambig3",
"test -> ambig1 ambig2 ambig4",

Then it is better to make a dictionary [Python] or map [C++] where the keys are "matcher" and values are "lines". So instead of making a list of lists it will be a dictionary of lists
megaadam 8-Feb-19 6:16am View
   
Looping twice sure is cheaper than sorting! But you can also do it in a single loop with two locals, as seen above by KarstenK.
megaadam 8-Feb-19 6:15am View
   
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Looping twice sure is cheaper than sorting! But you can also do it in a single loop with two locals, as seen above by KarstenK.
megaadam 5-Jul-18 9:50am View
   
or...
just do this at the end of your original solution.
hex = std::reverse(hex);
You also need #include <algorithm>
megaadam 5-Jul-18 9:45am View
   
hex = char(temp + 55) + hex;
megaadam 5-Jun-18 10:19am View
   
Then you must come up with 54 clever names.
megaadam 5-Jun-18 5:17am View
   
He can always try posting that at stackoverflow :p
megaadam 11-Jan-17 4:50am View
   
Thanks, even if it wasn't conclusive it was giving some insight.
The down-vote prolly came from someone with a "stackoverflowish mindset".
megaadam 10-Jan-17 8:45am View
   
Wow that was quick. Thanks! I will wait a day, before accepting, to see if more clever people have insights to share. :)
megaadam 18-Apr-11 6:04am View
   
Yes I have tried CompositingModeSourceCopy, and it looks look much worse :) It produces a transparent rectangle around each character, except the mid-size characters which still are transparent, but without the rectangle. But thanks anyway for taking a look at my problem.

And I am afraid that the MSDN-link you posted does not help me. This phenomenon does not occur when drawing thin lines. It only happens with typography.