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Argon Knight
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 05:49
For conversion (from DBP to DGSDK) purposes, I don't see that Lists are supported by DGSDK.

Leads me to think, what else is missing from the basic commands set?

Not that being in C++ would stop me from working around this, but at least I would know i have to find a alternative solution.
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 06:02
Got a C LinkList library if you want it. It wont need any conversion per se (you would just need the LIB file to use in VS).

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Argon Knight
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 06:08
Thanks, I'll keep it in mind.

I was contemplating using STL, which gives similiar commands.
Erick G
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 06:17
STL is really easy to use, should I make a tut on that ?
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 06:19
I'm sure some people would find it useful - personally I wont touch it (STL that is - not the tutorial)

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Argon Knight
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 06:27
an alternative needs to be offered,

so form of tutorial is going to be needed.

or activate the commands.
IanM
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 07:40
DBPro arrays are supported by a mixture of the compiler and the core library, which makes it very difficult to support in the SDK - that's why I excluded them from the Interface library.

Stick with the STL - it's very difficult to beat, and why reinvent the wheel.

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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 08:51
STL is also very optomised, so speed wont be an issue
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 09:10
Quote: "Stick with the STL - it's very difficult to beat, and why reinvent the wheel."

I'll tell you why. Because it's MY wheel! And NO wheel feels as comfy as MY wheel! That's why!
I always made my own list classes, always perfectly adapted for what I'm trying to do. I'm always trying to do all sorts of wierd stuff, like getting windows to ask me to contact my program vendor. I get that a lot.

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