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i use the c++ builder and got some error!

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__fastcall TForm1::TForm1(TComponent* Owner)
        : TForm(Owner)
{
  while(!Query1->Eof)
  {

      // get data from first table
      // and save data into csc
      String csc = Query1->FindField("STKCODE")->AsString;
     // String sss = csc;
     // Edit2->Text = csc;

      // into csc to second table and get data
      // String sss;
      Query2->Close();
      Query2->SQL->Clear();
      Query2->SQL->Add("select syear*100+smon,sb_vol,lb_vol,cp");
      Query2->SQL->Add("from ap.amgin");
      Query2->SQL->Add("where STKCODE = :sss");
      Query2->SQL->Add("and syear*100+smon >199702");
      Query2->Active=TRUE;
      Query2->ParamByName("sss")->AsString= csc;
      Query2->ExecSQL();
      Query2->Open();
      // use the data of second table to draw the line chart
      Series1->DataSource=Query2;
      Series1->ParentChart=DBChart1;
      XLabelsSource='syear*100+smon';
      YValues.ValueSource:= 'sb_vol';
      Series2->DataSource=Query2;
      Series2->ParentChart=DBChart1;
      XLabelsSource='syear*100+smon';
      YValues.ValueSource:= 'lb_vol';
      Series3->DataSource=Query2;
      Series3->ParentChart=DBChart1;
      XLabelsSource='syear*100+smon';
      YValues.ValueSource:= 'cp';
      DBChart1->SaveToBitmapFile("c:\\gmgin+csc+.bmp");
      Query1->Next();

  }


the code seems have some logic error.
but i couldn't debug.
i hope some one can help me.
thank you very much  
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Question by:erichuang
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by:nietod
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Why do you say it has an error?  what are the symptoms?
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by:erichuang
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the program has no error.
but i think maybe my logic is wrong
..so i need some body can suggest to me.
especially :
DBChart1->SaveToBitmapFile("c:\\gmgin+csc+.bmp");
the csc is a global value.
but i just can save to gmgin+csc+.bmp
not gmgin1101.bmp;gmgin1102.bmp.....
thank you very much!
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AlexVirochovsky earned 150 total points
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>>DBChart1->SaveToBitmapFile("c:\\gmgin+csc+.bmp");
Of course, it is error.
Right code:

char szName[255];
wsprintf(szName, "C:\\gmgin%d.bmp" ,csc);
DBChart1->SaveToBitmapFile(szName);
I hope, it helps. Alex
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by:erichuang
ID: 2667532
i am glad to meet you!and thanks a lot
you give me much help.i hope next you can help me like this time!

                 eric
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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Hi, eric. I am very glad to help you.
Don't forget evaluate my reply(accept
with some grade).
Alex
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