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  1. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    hi,
    i have successfully convert it to datetime format... but i want to display it in information dialog and in milli second...

    CAknInformationNote* informationNote1 = new ( ELeave )...
  2. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    TTime aTime;
    aTime.HomeTime();
    TDateTime dateTime = aTime.DateTime;

    right??? but i have errors

    function call '[TDateTime].TDateTime(<unknown type>)' does not match
    'TDateTime::TDateTime()'...
  3. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    er, where u get the datetime??? what data type is that?? PLease help


    Thanks
  4. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    once my application go into RDebug::Print, a panic will appear... so to convert it is TBuf::AppendNum(aTime)???
  5. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    hi... i think i can't use RDebug... so now i have created dialog... but i am not able to print out TTime value as it is not string or int, anyone know any way to convert it to int or string or...
  6. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    ok.. i found the file... but when i run my application... nothing appear in the epocwindout...why is that so??


    Thanks
  7. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    so this line is correct?? RDebug::Print( _L("Test string: %S"), aTime );
    i placed it before and after calling of my method...

    and where can i find epocwind.out file?? i checked but still can't...
  8. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    er, the website u gave it... said the information will be displayed on DebugView tool... i have dled it but how to use it??
  9. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    er... so if i wan to print the time, i jus add this right?? RDebug::Print( _L("Test string: %S"), aTime );
  10. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    if i do not wan to use dialogbox, can i use log? how to open log?? or create log??
    thanks
  11. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    er, so i wan to know the time so i just put aTime at the XXX there??

    TPtrC16 ptr( (const TUint16*)XXX );


    and for TTimer class, which of the format is show the time in milli second??
    ...
  12. Thread: Time

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    Re: Time

    ok i have implemented the TTimer class... just wondering, is there any way of displaying the time out??? in a few code?? as i just wan to check the time taken for the process??


    Thanks
  13. Thread: Time

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    Time

    hi, i would like to check the time taken for my application to do some task... in milli second... is there any code that i can add before and after the calling of the method? for example(in java,...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    i tried the code you gave me, but it doesn't work.... my splashscreen still don't come out... why is that so?? please help
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    anyone can help?? currently my code have no errors... it just that my splashscreen does not come out... please help



    thanks
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    mr.sunitha, your inbox is full... btw, now my application have no errors.. as i change my

    _LIT(KtxMySplashImage ,"\\resource\\apps\\splashscreen.mbm" );

    TO

    _LIT(KtxMySplashImage,...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    anyone can help?? still facing the same error
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    is it 100% have to create the mask?? i saw some of the thread they say don't reali have to create mask... and if i were to create mask, how do i create it? mind giving me some link?? i tried looking...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    yucca, thanks for the reply.. currently my .mbm file is created using the command line... just wondering, by using this method, does it also produce the mask??
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    hi, for step1, how do u create your mbm file?? i create mine using command prompt...
    i think it do not have mask... mind showing me how u create your .mbm? and when i add
    .\mpexpml.mbm...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    my simplesplashscreen.cpp code is
    it keep return -858993460 when i use debug on it... i checked the link u gave me, but it onli have -1 to -48....
    u said not to load on draw... so i place it back...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    my image is in the resource folder... the full path is C:\Symbian\9.2\S60_3rd_FP1\Epoc32\winscw\c\resource

    but the image still not appearing at the emulator.... i don't understand why... there is...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    er, i tried debug at mt appUi.cpp, and my load() got a return value of -858993460...


    _LIT(KtxMySplashImage ,"C:\\RESOURCE\\bmexmpl.mbm" );
    // ============================ MEMBER FUNCTIONS...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    er, what i mean is inside "..\Epoc32\winscw\c", there is alot of folder... where should i place my .mbm file?? or i can jus place anywhere then at the program just add the correct path of the file...
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    Re: Help on SplashScreen

    currently my contructL() at Appui.cpp is like this... so it ok??
    as for the path, in "..\Epoc32\winscw\c". , there are still alot of folder... i can just place the mbm file there or put inside...
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