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    Re: 2 call related issues

    You can't, since the designers of S60 deemed that the removing entries from the call log, and making it look like you are dialiing another number than you really are as not in the best interests of...
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    Think about the problem differently

    I would suggest that you create a thread that listens for an incoming connection... When the connection happens that thread runs, doing the work... but It also spawns another thread that creates a...
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    IrDA != Infra-red

    The Symbian Stack is IrDA (Infra-red Data Assciation) V1.1 compliant and will communicate with other compatible devices which include devices like Palm, Pocket PC, Windows 98,2000 etc...

    The...
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    should remove User::WaitForRequets()

    The problem with send() as user::waitforrequest... this will cause a error (panic). you need to create your string in a descriptor as your are doing then and pass in to the write function with the...
  5. you need to dereference the TInt

    If you delcare a function

    RArray<Tint> myArray

    The following will fail...

    If ( myArray[count] )
    {
    // Do somthing
    }
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    Use socket::Read()

    ::RecvOneOrMore is for streamed data, when you don't know what size the frame is. If you know that you always want a frame of X bytes use Socket::Read(). This call will then only retrun when you have...
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    See example HTTP Server

    This example written by a developer at symbian is an example HTTP server.

    see http://www.symbian.com/developer/techlib/staffapps.html

    The above example misunderstands active object concepts.
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    Legal requirement.

    I believe it's a legal requiremnt for the other party to know that you are recording a voice call. The beeps satisfy that legal requiremnt so I expect that they cannot be removed.
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    legal requirement

    I believe its a legal requirement to have the other party know that you are recording a voice call. So removing the beeps will not be possible.
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    Dereference of a pointer to unintialised data

    When you de-reference an unintialised object you will get a PANIC.

    The reason that an object become uninitialised is that it is probably declared as an auto variable inside a function and then...
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