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 Link C++ - SKILL 

Last post Wed, Jan 16 2013 10:51 AM by Yann00. 16 replies.
Started by Yann00 12 Jan 2013 11:24 AM. Topic has 16 replies and 2807 views
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  • Wed, Jan 16 2013 7:33 AM

    • fxffxf
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    Re: Link C++ - SKILL Reply

    Like in C, Skill treats the backslash character (\) as special. If spawning a program via the Skill "system" call. You should try using UNIX style path seperates (/) instead of Windows style. If using backslashes depending upon what you do in creating the string you may need to escape the baclslash (e..g use 2 backslashes to get 1). 

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  • Wed, Jan 16 2013 10:51 AM

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    Re: Link C++ - SKILL Reply

    Hi,

    I just won to import my C++ program in my SKILL program.

     

    My solution: I used Dev c++ to debug my program and creates an executable file. 

    Then I did system("Name_progam")  Don't put extension of file.

    And there it is.

     

    I got problem with my IDE (visual studio) so it could not work. (I didn't identify the problem but the way is that with Dev c++ it works nicely).

     

    Thanks for your help

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Started by Yann00 at 12 Jan 2013 11:24 AM. Topic has 16 replies.