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    Re: TBuf to TPtrC8

    Not sure if I'm skilled enough for the Collapse method, but I will give TBuf a go.

    Thanks for that! :)
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    TBuf to TPtrC8

    Hi guys

    Descriptors have go me again. I need to convert from:

    TInt aNum = 12;

    TBuf<3> someNum;
    someNum.Num(aNum);

    to a TPtrC8 to write to a file. Is there any way that this can be done?
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    Re: BLDMAKE ERROR: Directory does not exist

    D'oh!

    Thanks mate. :)
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    Re: BLDMAKE ERROR: Directory does not exist

    That's what I was trying to find, but I can't seem to locate it. How do I find and set my EPOCROOT env. variable?
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    BLDMAKE ERROR: Directory does not exist

    Hi all

    I'm stuck again.

    I'm currently installing everything on my machine and have encountered a problem. When I build a project I get:



    using Carbide.c++ v1.3 express.
  6. Re: Carbide.c++ syntax highlighted code 'problem'

    That's just it, there is no error message. To all intents and purposesthe code compiles completely cleanly but the highlighting points to an issue that doesn't appear to exist.

    Here is a snippet...
  7. Re: Carbide.c++ syntax highlighted code 'problem'

    v1.3 express. Currently going through the help and not found an answer yet. :)
  8. Carbide.c++ syntax highlighted code 'problem'

    Hi all

    I've noticed that even though my code otherwise compiles correctly, and I can't find any issues when debugging, the syntax highlighting appears to be pointing to a problem in the code and...
  9. Re: Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Yep, my bad. Thanks again! :)
  10. Re: Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Panic over, I was being an idiot. The code that is...



    ret = file.Open(&iFs, FileName, EFileWrite|EFileShareAny);


    should have been
  11. Re: Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Yep, posted code. :)
  12. Re: Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Sorry for the delayed reply, Kiran.

    Here is the source that is giving me the problem.



    #include <e32def.h>
    #include "DescriptorTest.h"
    #include <e32std.h>
  13. Re: Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Hi Kiran

    Tried this a little while ago, but Carbide complains that 'const TDesC16 &' and 'const TLitC<11>' are incompatible.
  14. Descriptors are going to make me break something!

    Hi all

    I'll try to keep this from being a rant.

    I'm using the 8.1a SDK for some apps that I'm writing for old Symbian 8 phones, of course. I have a problem in my code whereby I'm trying to...
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