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#1 beckemic



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Posted 05 November 2007 - 01:57 PM


I write my add-ins with dev-c++ and sdk. I want to write a program with some constants. For this I want to write epsilon and so on. For this I must write a lot of symbols. I find an example where the symbols are written like ?r, ?a, and so on, with ?, ?, ? and a secon letter. But I don't know which symbol stand behind this code. Can someone help me? How can I write letters like epsilon, arrows and so on. Exists there a list?


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Posted 08 November 2007 - 10:41 AM

In a string you have to write for example: "\236\23"
In the Programming Guide of the SDK you find three tables that contains the characters and the values in hexadecimal digits. These you must convert to decimal. At the top of each table you see the value of the table ("\x\y"). The value of the characters is the second numder ("\x\y").
I hope it helps... :greengrin:

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 04:15 PM

If you want, you can use the hexadecimal values directly with "\xEE\xFF". Good luck ;)

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