I was using vs2008 express but found had a lot of mfc issues with some tree view code, so i have a full version of vs2003 so i loaded that up to try that,
the program that i am running is a tree view that i got from codeproject http://www.codeproject.com/KB/tree/Win32TreeList/TreeListSrc.zip
great little example and does what i need, and after i convert it to run in vs2003 it works just fine.
I then decided to load up some extra code into the project to save to a text file.
I loaded this and ran it in vs2003 as its own little project to test it and it worked fine, the code is below
// savetext.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
using namespace std;
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv)
myfile << "Writing this to a file.\n";
ok so we have this running
we also have the tree view running as well
So i think i will add the code into the treeview and get it running in bits
I add #include <iostream> to the container.c file
and it throws up all sorts of errors as you can see by the images
I have only added the #include <iostream> into the container code and then it breaks
because they run by them selves and when you start modifying it breaks i am thinking some sort of comparability problem
any help would be most appreciated at this time