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c++ console application on raspberry pi

how to run a VS2015 c++ console application on raspberry pi 2. I installed mono, copied the .exe file and try to run it. But it said "Cannot open assembly abc.exe: File does not contain a valid CIL ...
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Deskband on second monitor?

Is it possible to have a Deskband (taskbar toolbar) to be on the taskbar that is on Monitor #2? (Not the primary taskbar) I have two monitors in extending mode and the default Windows Taskbar on each ...
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SSH2 connection issues on Ubuntu 14.04 - it randomly works when it wants to

So I've been digging around for a solution and cannot find an answer for this. Setup: I am using Eclipse Mars (v4.5) running on Win7 with a Linaro ARM-Linux tool chain. Eclipse has a remote host setup ...
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error installing cmder, which visual c++ redistributable do you suggest?

I have visual studio 2014 2013 cmder.exe says this page https://github.com/bliker/cmder/issues/501 seems to suggest installing the visual c++ redistributable.. some say 2010, some say 2015. I ...
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My Single-Threaded CPU-Overloading apps use a percent of a thread, graphs shows different results

I made very simple C++ app that contains an empty while(true); loop, I tried with both optimized (-O2) and without optimization, both gave the same result in Task Manager, I even tried same Java and ...
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Is it possible to create a window or an image that only appears visible on the teamviewer client's screen?

Teamviewer comes with a feature to "Black the screen" of the client when being the viewer, or in other words, the client's screen will be shown a black image screen, while the viewer is still able to ...
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Does a better/newer C or C++ compiler produce more performant compiled code? Or do they just perform faster/better while compiling?

I am not a C or C++ programmer myself, but I often use software that needs to be compiled or otherwise depends on a compiler, like some R packages. Will that software actually perform better if I use ...
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Disable all power options from the Start menu

I'm working on an application that resembles a kiosk. After the application starts, it creates a new desktop and using a key combo I can move back and forth between desktops. This newly created ...
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How to add/delete rules in Windows Firewall [closed]

I need to implement a tool which adds and deletes rules in Windows Firewall. The rules can be inbound or outbound, forbidding communication on specified protocols, IPs and ports. I am having trouble ...
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Why doesn't visual studio 2015 RC compile properly?

I downloaded Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 RC after using Code::Blocks for a long time. To test it I just created a simple Hello World program, but it won't compile properly. This is the output from ...
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How to kill all obtrusive messagebox recursion manually when they are opened very quickly and very many in Windows

Firstly, I do not asking for programming solutions, I just publish this code to show how this program work. I tried this program below (in Virtual Box): #include <iostream> #include ...
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No function name highlighting in this special case

if I write a function in the following way: int foo(int bar) {} Sublime highlights foocorrectly. However, in this case: int foo (int bar) {} foo loses all highlighting. One of the things I ...
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Change screen resolution without monitor under Linux?

I got a GUI program which will be executed along the OS (CentOS 6.6) boots. The resolution configuration is programmed in the init part of the GUI program, my solution right now is get the resolution ...
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Compiling this (C++) git repository code [closed]

I'm reading a statistical paper and the author was kind enough to post his code publicly on github at the following link https://github.com/mosco/crossing-probability I have a Windows operating ...
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How to Specify Max Number of Concurrent Visual Studio C++ cl.exe instances

There are two ways I know of to enable concurrent C++ builds in Visual Studio: Tools > Options "maximum number of parallel project builds" Property Pages "Multi-processor Compilation" Is ...
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MSVCP120D.dll is missing from your computer

I made a C++ program in Visual Studio, and I wanted to show it to my friend. However, I'd never set up the visual C++ runtime libraries before, and so I started up a windows 8.1 virtual machine and ...
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Which GUI framework is used to make Ubuntu?

I'm interested to know, Which GUI framework is used to build ubuntu? As well i know it is built in C/C++. But what GUI is used to make Ubuntu? Help would be appreciated!
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How to make Sublime Text 3 take user input?

I tried ctrl+shift+b when no user input was required and works just fine. But when I had user input in my program, it shows me a “segmentation fault.” How do I make it take user input? EDIT : I ...
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Netbeans keeps compiling from the beginning

I have quite a big C++ project in Netbeans. Its taking about 2 minutes for it to successfully compile (-j6 mode). My problem is that, everytime I build my project (not making clean!) it keeps ...
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How to delete a particular line in a text file after some operation on that text file at the same time

I am perl bginner (but i guess logic is same for all programming languages like C++ and C in my case its perl). What i want to achieve ? I have a text file i read that file which contains different ...
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Compiling gcc-c++ 4.9.2 -std=c++14 in CLion JetBrains IDE [solved]

I was trying to compile a cpp program using option -std=c++14 in CLion. But I got an error saying g++ error: Unrecognized command line -std=c++14 It's working fine using -std=c+11. My cmakeList.txt: ...
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How to disable antialiasing in Eclipse?

My settings are OSX Mountain Lion java version "1.7.0_17" eclipse cpp 4.4.1 Thunderbolt display I have tried running in the terminal: defaults write org.eclipse.eclipse AppleAntiAliasingThreshold ...
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Extract multiple strings between two words in a file

I have a text file made this way: hjkhkhkjhkh<start:"xxxxxxxxxxxx:"alt>asdsadasd<start:"yyyyyyyyyyyyyy:"alt>gfhfg ...
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Running an executable on a Windows volume under Ubuntu

I have a dual-boot Windows/Ubuntu system. I have a executable file generated from a c++ file in a folder on a Windows volume (which is accessible on Ubuntu) and would like to run it on Ubuntu. The ...
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Wrong IP address returned from domain registered at No-IP

I want to connect a client and a server through the internet (using C++ and winsock2), so I registered a domain name for the server on No-IP, so that the client could determine it's IP address without ...
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There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive E:

I have an issue with this message that appears every time I try to compile any kind of Code in C++ language. I'm really tired trying to find a solution and its so annoying cause every time I want to ...
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Installing vim syntax highlighting for C++11\14

I have a fresh installation of Manjaro linux 0.8.10 with vim 7.4 installed, and I'm unsuccessfully trying to enable syntax highlighting for c++11/14 using the script by Michael Small (which I've been ...
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Windows : How to protect process from getting killed in C/C++ [closed]

Is there any "GODLY" method through which i can protect my process from getting killed either from: 1>Task manager 2>Command prompt -- forcefully kill Things i tried : 1. Hooking Open Process and ...
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Port forwarding and C++ Winsock Client-Server applications

As the title says, I'm creating a TCP client and a server program in C++. My question is, when running the client and server on two separate machines that go through a different firewalled router over ...
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C/C++ functions tag for Geany [closed]

I want to generate the C/C++ functions tag for Geany like those that included in the archive, how I can do that. I want to get auto completion when entering a functions name. Thanks in advance for any ...
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GNU GCC compiler fails to compile when path contains spaces (C++)

I installed code::blocks and GNU GCC + SDK Stream (Open GL) exactly as described in tutorial "Playing with OpenCL: Gaussian Blurring" by Lefteris. Why I cannot compile using spaces in path to library ...
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Compile C++ 11 on Damn Small Linux?

DSL does not include any compiler (aside from a very basic ANSI C compiler), so I need to install g++ on it. Unfortunately the only gcc/g++ I could find for DSL linux is a version from 2006 (here). ...
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Visual Studio C++ 2010 Express - the system can not find the file specified

I installed Visual Studio on Windows XP, I created project and imported files in it. E.g. when I click on the header file which I imported in the "Header Files" then the document is not opened in the ...
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How do I un-indent code?

I occasionally realise that I need to remove one level of indentation when coding (such as moving code out of loop). The problem is I end up with a bunch of lines all indented more than I want it to ...
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Why does a c++ code run significantly longer on one computer than another? [closed]

The code is exactly the same -- I copied it from one computer to another. The code is compiled with g++-4 (4.9.1) obtained from fink on OSX on both machines, and is not run in parallel. Compiler ...
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Beaglebone Black running Debian, does device tree overlay act as an api?

This maybe more of a Linux specific question but... I've been reading many tutorials and it seems that you can use JavaScript, Python, and C++ to write code for the Beaglebone Black(BBB). It looks ...
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Why this C++ program is recognised as a Trojan? [closed]

I was writing some code for online judge, #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int t, ds, dt, d; double x; cin>>t; while(t) { ...
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EOF ASCII/HEX code in text files

As far as know in the end of all files, specially text files, there is a Hex code for EOF or NULL character. And when we want to write a program and read the contents of a text file, we send the read ...
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install in /usr/local/ using apt-get

Is there way to specifically install in path /usr/local using apt-get ? I am using Linux Mint 16 and I want to install some libraries in this path. All of my installed libraries are installed in /usr/ ...
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Install C++ compiler on old MS-DOS computer with floppies

I have an old MS-DOS computer that I am experimenting with. The computer has an AMD 80386 processor, 1664 KB of RAM, a 50 MB hard drive, and two floppy disk drives: one 3 1/2 inch, the other 5 1/4 ...
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i7 4770k or i7 4930k - Which for faster compile times? [closed]

I've looked up comparisons and found that single core performance seems to be better on i7 4770k, but has less cores that the i7 4930k. Would VS take advantage of extra cores when compiling, or would ...
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Microsoft Visual Studio [closed]

I have Microsoft Visual stuido 2010 x86 and im trying to open this .snl file but it won't open but when i open it with notepad ++ it shows this.please help me or could someone please tell me another ...
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How to use MSBuild.rsp or otherwise specify default Visual Studio MSBuild.exe command line switches

I would like MSBuild.exe to always use the /MP option so that projects are always built with multiple cores. I tried adding /MP to the last line of my MSBuild.rsp (in the same directory as the ...
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Slackware ./configure error

I'm new to slackware. i'm trying to install freetds on my slackware 14.0 but i get this error when i run ./configure config.log say: gcc: error: unrecognized command line option '-V' gcc : fatal ...
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How to customize Visual Studio C/C++ indentation/formatting beyond None/Block/Smart (Like Eclipse Can)

Is there a way to customize Visual Studio indentation/formatting in detail? There seems to be just three options: None, Block, Smart (in Options > Text Editor > C/C++ > Tabs). There are a couple ...
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Do different compilers produce different machine code file formats for Windows? [closed]

Under Windows, if someone compiled a C++ source code with gcc, would the output file formats and extensions be different from other C++ compilers? And are the output files extensions and formats of ...
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Lost fform design view in MS express 2010

Working on a windows forms project in MS C++ express 2010. It builds fully with no errors, runs correctly as a forms based application but in the solution explorer the icon for form1.h shows it as a ...
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Running exe generated with GCC using cygwin without admin rights

So this awesome company that I work for has a picky IT department that doesn't allow developers to have admin rights. What is the best way to go about running a .exe generated from Cygwin GCC without ...
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Number of lines in a video file

Okay guys copying and pasting video file with hex editor or with notepad++ hex editor plugin works totally fine.Now,i want to find the number of lines in a video file- first)I opened the video file ...
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Run same executable multiple times in parallel

I have an executable (e.g. test.exe) that is compiled c++/cli that can support multi threads. How can I run that same executable multiple times in parallel? The easiest way is to open several cmd ...