C+ + error enum type redefinition

c+ + error enum type redefinition

1>------Started Build: Project: Sutest, configuration: Debug Win32------1> is compiling 1>sutest.cpp1>f:/c++ PRO/IOCPTSER/DEBUG/MSADO15. I am going to simulate the following code but getting the error I am Define your enum's inside your class declarations (e.g. inside a. C++: error C2011:'enum' type redefinition solution summary. Recently, when using VC6.0 to write a program, I encountered a strange bug: View Image.

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Class Type Redefinition Error Between Header And Source Files

1. What does it mean when a C++ header has two definitions?

It may mean you've include the same header twice and the header does not have a guard. It may mean you have two definitions for the same type name. It may mean you have included a template definition in a source file instead of a header file. There are many other possibilities. I like many languages, but use C++!

2. Why header file #include<graphics> shows error on Dev C++?

Why header file #include<graphics.h> shows error on dev c++? Such an error is shown when the compiler can't find the file which your are trying to include. In all probability, you are trying out a program written for the Turbo C/C++ on Dev C++.

3. What header file is the function 'gets()' located in C++?

What header file is the function "gets ()" located in C++? C++ inherited std::gets () from the C standard library. Both languages have removed it because is a nearly automatic security hole. What is a header file in C++? Is it iostream.h? The file iostream.h is indeed a header file. It is not part of standard C++, however.

4. What happened to the h header in C++?

Pre-standard C++ library headers, such as what you find in 25 year old C++ compilers, ended in .h. By the time the C++ standard was adopted 22 years ago, the .h extension disappeared. Judging by the OP’s profile photo, those compilers are older than the OP. The C++ standard library has many headers.

Error C2011: 'XX' : 'class' type redefinition

You might also get this error if you have multiple branches of your project on your development station and use a symlink to point to one of them.

Let's suppose you have two different branches of your solution called and and you let a symlink called point to either or .

The idea is that you could switch between branches and the project would always appear to be to your application and possibly some other tools that expect it there.

Disclaimer: yes, version control can switch between branches, but this way you will not have to rebuild the whole application every single time you switch branches. Besides both branches can still be under version control.

Okay, so opening would open either or depending on the symlink. The symlink could be removed/created by some simple and like script files.

Here comes the pitfall:

If you don't pay attention and directly open the solution at location 1 or 2 directly (instead of following the directory symlink with Visual Studio), the pre-processor might be tricked into mixing (or ) with !

Even those are technically the same file, the preprocessor doesn't know about the symlink. So here the would not save you!

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You have created a class, or derived it from an MFC class ? Either way, the first port of call is OnEraseBackground. Try that first, and if it doesn't help, I'll be happy to offer more advice, but I'd like to know what your class is derived from.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

I need to disable/enable access to system menu of Child MDI window at run-time. Is it possible?

Petr Mezulanik
It's a property of the window. Try SetWindowLong, at a guess.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

Hi! I am interested in computer animation and I don't know if I could use visual c++/MFC to make it. All I want is to have a sort of an application that shows a flash screen with animation on it and sounds maybe and I don't know if I could do it in MFC. So if you have tried using MFC/Visual C++ making such things please help me?Confused   :)



I have created an ATL Service exe project, which spawns some worker threads to act as a socket server.

The big issue right now is that when the exe is running, no other programs will start up until my exe is shut down; then all the other programs suddenly launch.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Confused   :confused:
You need to handle OnEraseBackground to make sure it doesn't erase the background before it is drawn. Also, if you're drawing in OnDraw, use OnPrepareDC instead.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

HI,
I cant understand what u are talking about?
I am not getting OnPrepareDC Option in the Class that I have created.
The problem is whatever I am drawing I am using OnDraw function within my Class.So If I have put that part of code in OnPrepareDC how do I do it.?

VikasConfused  :confused:
You have created a class, or derived it from an MFC class ? Either way, the first port of call is OnEraseBackground. Try that first, and if it doesn't help, I'll be happy to offer more advice, but I'd like to know what your class is derived from.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

I need to disable/enable access to system menu of Child MDI window at run-time. Is it possible?

Petr Mezulanik
It's a property of the window. Try SetWindowLong, c+ + error enum type redefinition a guess.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

Hi! I am interested in computer animation and I don't know if I could use visual c++/MFC to make it. All I want is to have a sort of an application that shows a flash screen with animation on it and sounds maybe and I don't know if I could do it in MFC. So if you have tried using MFC/Visual C++ making such things please help me?c+ + error enum type redefinition :rolleyes:">
I think you are thinking about it backwards. It is probably easier to add your data to the TreeView items. You can accomplist this by using the lParam in the TVITEM. Whenever an item is selected, handle the TVN_SELCHANGED message for your treeview and retrieve the data and modify accordingly.
Mike

Some Code follows:

HTREEITEM tvAddItem( HTREEITEM hParent, c+ + error enum type redefinition, LPSTR szText,
HTREEITEM hInsAfter, int iImage,
LPVOID pvData ) // pvData would just be your MyStruct *
{
HTREEITEM hItem;
TVITEM tvI = {0};
TVINSERTSTRUCT tvIns = {0};

// The pszText, iImage, and iSelectedImage members are filled out.
// make sure we set the flag for TVIF_PARAM
if( iImage == -1 )
{
tvI.mask = TVIF_TEXT TVIF_SELECTEDIMAGE :confused:">
You can create a window that shows Flash in an MFC app. I think from memory it's an ActiveX control you add, c+ + error enum type redefinition. If you get stuck, LMK, I have a project kicking around where I did it.

Christian

#include "std_disclaimer.h"

People who love sausage and respect the law should never watch either one being made.

The things that come to those who wait are usually the things left by those who got there first.

If you are talking about a splash screen. Then just go to add to project->visual C++ folder and click on splash screen. It will automatically generate a CSplash class that will do this flash screen that you are talking about. If you are talking about something else then Oh well.
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What do you mean they don't work? They don't load? IE shows an error message? IE formats your hard drive?

--Mike--
http://home.inreach.com/mdunn/
#include "buffy_sig"
I'm working with really simply stuff, I'm just following a text bok word for word mouse click for mouse click, and it works exatcly fine in Active X control container. but I've tried to get them to work in IE but they won't

what happens in IE is -
the box where the control should be is shown with a picture symbol
then the page is loading
then the control just stops with out displaying anything and a red x symbol is shown

I'm placed an AfxMessgaeBox call in the InitInstance function and it gets called! in IE. but the OnDraw methode doesn't seem to be called before it stops.

Does any one a simple control that is useing MFC and works in IE. I even just run the Active X wizard in VC++ 6.0 and complied. ran fine in Active X control Container but same result in IE. Please help? I'm totally stuck.
I have placed TVINSERTSTRUCT as a memeber in a self-defined struct, as follows:

struct MyStruct
{
int data;
TVINSERTSTRUCT tvins;
// etc.
}

When the user clicks on button A, and having selected a particular dle-forum mysql error error number 1146 item, i want to amend the value of the member 'data' which is in the same struct as the selected tree item.

I c+ + error enum type redefinition to use GetSelectedItem(), bt it returns a HTREEITEM. How do i know which node doe sit belong too?

Thanks in advance. Roll eyes :cool:

Ehsan Behboudi
Use StretchBlt.

Tomasz Sowinski -- http://www.shooltz.com.pl
I got a problem in my MFC Application. I have loaded a bitmap in my childwindow with scrollbars. But when I scroll the picture, the picture starts flickering really bad.
Can Anyone help me out.

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