With these it helps I am learning c++, and I am having issues doing some newbie things. I am trying to create a very small application that takes the users input and stores it into a char array. I then parse through that array and remove all parenthesis and dases and display it. like the following , The problem is here, I believe:
phoneNum[i] = "i";
phoneNum[i] = 'i';
Intellisense: error C2440: '=' : cannot convert from 'unsigned long (__stdcall *)(const char *)' to 'IPAddr'
will help you I'm trying to write an application that pings an ip address and gives relevant information related to the ping. While I am getting a plethora of errors, this one is what I have chosen to try and learn to solve first! I have my small bit of code and a separate document with the compiler errors. If someone can translate this error into english, that would be fantastic. I feel like if I get the two errors at the bottom taken care of, a lot of the others will probably be much easier to pinpoint. in advance. , Here's your problem:
fixed the issue. Will look into that further LPCTSTR is "long pointer to constant TCHAR string". The TCHAR type is ancient. It dates back to the original transition from "ANSI" to "wide-character" Unicode with Windows 98/NT.