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reply "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> writes:
Will there be support for the winfax functions from Windows2000 ?
(i.e.  winfax.h, winfax.lib)
Jan 17 2002
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
"Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> wrote in message
news:a28kj4$1hc3$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Will there be support for the winfax functions from Windows2000 ?
 (i.e.  winfax.h, winfax.lib)

If they'll run through COFF2OMF, likely yes.
Jan 18 2002
parent reply "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> writes:
Shall I get these files through your website, as soon as they will be
available??
Jan 22 2002
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
I'm sorry, Microsoft News Software lost the precedent to this message.
Please remind me which files?

-Walter

"Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> wrote in message
news:a2loca$1e6s$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Shall I get these files through your website, as soon as they will be
 available??

Jan 23 2002
next sibling parent reply "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> writes:
Hi,

the files I asked for are winfax.h and winfax.lib which support the
winfax.dll (Windows NT FAX API Support DLL).


"Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:a2nodf$2s2j$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 I'm sorry, Microsoft News Software lost the precedent to this message.
 Please remind me which files?

 -Walter

 "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> wrote in message
 news:a2loca$1e6s$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Shall I get these files through your website, as soon as they will be
 available??


Jan 24 2002
parent reply "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
I don't have either file. If I do get them, I'll see about supporting
them. -Walter

"Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> wrote in message
news:a2oko9$es5$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Hi,

 the files I asked for are winfax.h and winfax.lib which support the
 winfax.dll (Windows NT FAX API Support DLL).


 "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
 news:a2nodf$2s2j$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 I'm sorry, Microsoft News Software lost the precedent to this message.
 Please remind me which files?

 -Walter

 "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> wrote in message
 news:a2loca$1e6s$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Shall I get these files through your website, as soon as they will be
 available??



Jan 24 2002
parent "Heinz-Peter Nuettgens" <hnuettgens t-online.de> writes:
Thank you and i'm looking forward to it :-))
Jan 24 2002
prev sibling parent reply "John Lance" <JDLance prodigy.net> writes:
I am trying to do a typedef that I used to be able to do with another
compiler.

it is:

typedef char[80] char80;

with the result to create a type that causes the compiler to
create/reference an 80 character sized memory space of type char.

I think I may have the syntax wrong, but can the above be done with the
DigitalMars compiler?

I have done

typedef struct {
    char  item[80];
} char80;

but this is not so simple under some circumstances in accessing the data.
With byte alignment, the above struct works fine though with many functions
that use void * or with casting (ugh).

What say you folks to this and am I too far left or right of standards?
Jun 01 2002
parent reply Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
Try

typedef char                    char80 [ 80 ];

Jan



John Lance wrote:

 I am trying to do a typedef that I used to be able to do with another
 compiler.

 it is:

 typedef char[80] char80;

 with the result to create a type that causes the compiler to
 create/reference an 80 character sized memory space of type char.

 I think I may have the syntax wrong, but can the above be done with the
 DigitalMars compiler?

 I have done

 typedef struct {
     char  item[80];
 } char80;

 but this is not so simple under some circumstances in accessing the data.
 With byte alignment, the above struct works fine though with many functions
 that use void * or with casting (ugh).

 What say you folks to this and am I too far left or right of standards?

Jun 01 2002
parent reply "John Lance" <JDLance prodigy.net> writes:
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Thank you.
That worked fine.

Have you used Outlook 6.0 to work with newgroups?
I cannot get a message (question) to post as a root message.  It always =
is posting as a reply.
Thanks!

  "Jan Knepper" <jan smartsoft.cc> wrote in message =
news:3CF958EF.50AF0CCF smartsoft.cc...
  Try

  typedef char                    char80 [ 80 ];

  Jan



  John Lance wrote:

  > I am trying to do a typedef that I used to be able to do with =
another
  > compiler.
  >
  > it is:
  >
  > typedef char[80] char80;
  >
  > with the result to create a type that causes the compiler to
  > create/reference an 80 character sized memory space of type char.
  >
  > I think I may have the syntax wrong, but can the above be done with =
the
  > DigitalMars compiler?
  >
  > I have done
  >
  > typedef struct {
  >     char  item[80];
  > } char80;
  >
  > but this is not so simple under some circumstances in accessing the =
data.
  > With byte alignment, the above struct works fine though with many =
functions
  > that use void * or with casting (ugh).
  >
  > What say you folks to this and am I too far left or right of =
standards?
Jun 01 2002
parent Jan Knepper <jan smartsoft.cc> writes:
John Lance wrote:

 Have you used Outlook 6.0 to work with newgroups?

No! Netscape Messenger.
 I cannot get a message (question) to post as a root message.
 It always is posting as a reply.

Don't know. You can use the web interface though... Jan
Jun 01 2002