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accepted What is the C++ convention, if any, for naming to differentiate between structure types and other types?
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comment What is the C++ convention, if any, for naming to differentiate between structure types and other types?
That brings up a good point. Wouldn't it be better instead of writing typedef short HFILE you could do #define HFILE short? And I am glad you mention that HFILE can be converted undesirably, that is a useful pitfall to be aware of. Are you also then implying that a structure will never be converted. And I am having trouble finding an example code where HFILE will be converted.
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comment Is Microsoft's Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop no longer free? Or, why does it say product has expired?
@YannisRizos Ah, I should have known. Thanks I will have to see about that now.
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comment Is Microsoft's Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop no longer free? Or, why does it say product has expired?
@WyattBarnett Ah, well I cannot say for sure. It was only about 2 months ago I got the Express 2012 version.
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