Compiler Warning (level 3) C4800 (Windows CE 5.0)
'type' : forcing value to bool 'true' or 'false' (performance warning)
This warning is generated when some non-bool value is assigned or coerced into type bool.
Typically, this message is caused by assigning int variables to bool variables where the int variable contains only values true and false, and could be redeclared as type bool.
If you cannot rewrite the expression to use type bool, then you can add "
!=0" to the expression, which gives the expression type bool. Casting the expression to type bool will not disable the warning, which is by design.
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