Try %ld instead of %d, I hate all the stupid types in C++. It might be that for your particular app you need a long signed integer.

String db "only %ld popups to go",0
Posted on 2003-06-13 16:01:55 by donkey
I figured it out, I just had to restart my comp, cause it was one of Windows ME's random features.. btw thx guys
Posted on 2003-06-13 21:07:53 by EEDOK
:grin:

Do yourselfa favor EEDOK get a real OS, Win2K is the best of the Windows, NT stability but not the XP bloat. Or at least roll back to Win98SE, the most stable of the 9x family IMHO.
Posted on 2003-06-13 21:36:17 by donkey
What's wrong with ME, it gives me ample warning it's about to crash.. the rest don't..
Posted on 2003-06-13 21:38:28 by EEDOK
When your 9X app crashes you have no choice but reboot.
When I cause the occasional :) exception error, I can keep working.
And ME is an afterthought in M$ family of crapware. Its win98se with new bugs! lol.
donkey is absolutely right, take his advice. If you need to code for dos, dual boot.

RobotBob
Posted on 2003-06-13 21:59:19 by RobotBob
When your 9X app crashes you have no choice but reboot.
When I cause the occasional exception error, I can keep working.
And ME is an afterthought in M$ family of crapware. Its win98se with new bugs! lol.
donkey is absolutely right, take his advice. If you need to code for dos, dual boot.
The thing I like about ME is that it has signs it's about to freeze/crash, I could never catch them in 98se or in XP, which has saved me countless documents and the likes.. And random features can be entertaining..
Posted on 2003-06-13 22:43:56 by EEDOK