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In C# it is CatalogItem.
In VB.NET it is CatalogItem().
Each is an array of CatalogItem objects returned by the ReportingService2005.ListChildren method.
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 1/25/2012 10:51:26 AM
.NET 2.0 allows FlatAppearance properties to be set, but the help text says it is read only.
The FlatAppearance property is of type FlatButtonAppearance. You can't set the property value itself, but you can access the property and set the FlatButtonAppearance property values. (See http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.flatbuttonappearance_members.aspx for a list of ava
Last modified by MollyBos - MSFT on 3/29/2007 7:58:57 PM
How do I write a Kernigan & Ritchie type C program in the C++ Environment, and get it treated as a C program?
Last modified by John Buffum on 5/7/2010 5:12:53 PM
The C compiler also generates this error if you attempt to define a variable below the start of a function (legal in C99 but not earlier) if that variable declaration used a typedef:my_struct foo* = func_which_returns_my_struct();The solution is simple: move "my_struct foo*" to the top of the function and simply leave the assignment ("foo = func...").
Last modified by Chris Adams2 on 2/5/2009 11:07:28 PM
I just want to know how to get the application to register with my VS. Am I missing it or what, all I see is how to test it.You can find it here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb458038.aspx
Last modified by RCaspers on 3/19/2010 1:05:30 PM
Here is a utility class that helps you serialize and deserialize objects with the DataContractSerializer.
There are 2 things you have to add yourself:
1. KnownTypes file – in it you should insert for each known type
(that is unknown to the DataContractSerializer) its full name of the
for example if the DataContractSerializer doesn’t recognize type T with namespace N, the KnownTypes file
Last modified by ozba on 1/25/2010 10:06:10 AM
C/C++ Preprocessor ReferenceC/C++ Preprocessor ReferenceThe C/C++ Preprocessor Reference explains the preprocessor as it is implemented in Microsoft C/C++. The preprocessor performs preliminary operations on C and C++ files before they are passed to the compiler. You can use the preprocessor to conditionally compile code, insert files, specify compile-time error messages, and apply machine-specifi
Last modified by Microsoft on 6/6/2007 4:54:51 PM
A backwards-compatible replacement of GetModuleHandleEx(0, ...), i.e. a way to resolve the name of a module and increment its reference count:
HMODULE ReferenceModuleByHandle(HMODULE hModule)
TCHAR szModuleFileName[MAX_PATH + 1];
if(GetModuleFileName(hModule, szModuleFileName, ARRAYSIZE(szModuleFileName) - 1)) return LoadLibrary(szModuleFileName); else re
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 4/21/2009 4:23:37 PM
Run-Time Library Reference
String Manipulation (CRT)
These routines operate on null-terminated single-byte character, wide-character, and multibyte-character strings. Use the buffer-manipulation routines, described in Buffer Manipulation, to work with character arrays that do not end with a null character.String-Manipulation Routines
Last modified by Microsoft on 3/1/2007 1:24:40 AM
Visual C++ Concepts: Building a C/C++ ProgramC Run-Time Error R6030
CRT not initializedThis error occurs if you are using the CRT, but the CRT startup code was not executed. It is possible to get this error if the linker switch /ENTRY is used to override the default starting address, usually mainCRTStartup, wmainCRTStartup for a console EXE, WinMainCRTStartup
Last modified by Microsoft on 4/9/2007 11:29:54 PM