LettersFall 100% FULL SOURCE PROJECT example using SDL

not sure i have the time. perhaps if i can look at the source.

matt

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not sure i have the time. perhaps if i can look at the source.

matt

Hi,

Posted the complete MSVS.NET 2005 Pro project to LettersFall 100% w/ full
resources to my site:
http://www.silentheroproductions.com/files/LettersFall.zip
(http://www.silentheroproductions.com/files/LettersFall.zip)

Enjoy!

Jesse
SLNTHERO at AOL.com (mailto:SLNTHERO at AOL.com)
http://www.SilentHeroProductions.com (http://www.SilentHeroProductions.com)



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what is _itoa_s ? it looks like a function to something.

matt

matt wrote:

what is _itoa_s ? it looks like a function to something.

Integer to Ascii String, see:

http://www.mkssoftware.com/docs/man3/itoa.3.asp

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matt mattmatteh at earthlink.net wrote:

what is _itoa_s ? it looks like a function to something.

At a guess, a function converting integers to 1-byte chars with some degree of buffer overflow protection.

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Colin Tuckley wrote:

matt wrote:

what is _itoa_s ? it looks like a function to something.

Integer to Ascii String, see:

http://www.mkssoftware.com/docs/man3/itoa.3.asp

Colin

i dont know what the difference is between itoa and itoa_s ? i see it
used with 3 and 4 arguments ? and itoa is not in stdlib.h, at least
here it isnt.

thanks

matt

Colin Tuckley wrote:

matt wrote:

what is _itoa_s ? it looks like a function to something.

Integer to Ascii String, see:

http://www.mkssoftware.com/docs/man3/itoa.3.asp

Colin

i dont know what the difference is between itoa and itoa_s ? i see
it
used with 3 and 4 arguments ? and itoa is not in stdlib.h, at least

here it isnt.

MSDN (1999) shows char *_itoa( int value, char *string, int radix ) as
being in stdlib.h.

otherwise

errno_t _itoa_s(int value, char *buffer, size_t sizeInCharacters, int
radix)

What I could find isn’t quite clear but what it looks like is that the
buffer space is where the output is supposed to go and the
sizeInCharacters represents the size of the buffer. It then returns an
error number if for some reason the output can’t be fit into the buffer.
I suspect this is to prevent overruns.>>> On 1/24/2007 at 6:18 PM, matt wrote:


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