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Motorola Atrix 2 :: Won't Connect To Moto Cast USB?

Motorola Atrix 2 :: Won't Connect To Moto Cast USB?

I can't seem to get my phone to communicate with Moto Cast USB. I use Zumocast for wireless, but I wanted to use Moto Cast to sync my music and videos over USB. When I plug the USB in everything starts up automatically. A screen pops up and tells me
C++ :: Casting A Logical Boolean As Int?

C++ :: Casting A Logical Boolean As Int?

Let's say I have a product that needs service after 500 hours at 100 RPM. I can dsiplay the remaining hours only as an integer and we only have integer math. Management wants it to display 500 for the first hour, not 499 after the first minute is tic
Casting For CompareTo

Casting For CompareTo

I am trying to compare some items from a generic arraylist with each other, but I keep getting an error stating that I need to cast the values in line 38. However, when I heed the warning and change it to what it wants, I get a warning stating "type
C/C++ :: How Does Casting Work (under The Surface)

C/C++ :: How Does Casting Work (under The Surface)

So, I've used int to float cast before. And it makes sense that it preserves the int value just converts it. I don't really need the answer, I'm just interested, and a resources could suffice. 1. Why in my test program it seems to preserve the int va
C :: Parsing Binary Data File By Casting A Buffer - Accessing Double From Struct

C :: Parsing Binary Data File By Casting A Buffer - Accessing Double From Struct

I am parsing a binary data file by casting a buffer to a struct. It seems to work really well apart from this one double which is always being accessed two bytes off, despite being in the correct place. Code: typedef struct InvoiceRow { uint INVOICE_
C++ :: Difference Between Static And Dynamic Cast?

C++ :: Difference Between Static And Dynamic Cast?

Is there a difference between having static and dynamic cast in this scenario? The output is the same. Code: Base* pb = new Derived(); if(Derived* pd2 = static_cast<Derived*>(pb)) // true { pd2->get_price(); // calls Base::get_price() pd2->get
C++ :: Getting Surprising Behavior When Casting

C++ :: Getting Surprising Behavior When Casting

I'm trying to cast a float to an unsigned int and getting some surprising behavior. Code: float x = -1.0; unsigned int y = (unsigned int)x; printf("y = %d ", y); The output of this code changes depending on which compiler I use. Sometimes I get
C++ :: How To Use Type Casting In Programs

C++ :: How To Use Type Casting In Programs

I find type casting to be very hard to grasp, I am not sure why. I understand how it works I suppose, but I find it hard to grasp why it would be needed in programming. So my question is, how often is type casting used in general programs? Is there a
C++ :: Casting Pointers In C Style?

C++ :: Casting Pointers In C Style?

Casting Pointers in C Programming. I don't want to move onto implicit casts until I have this down pat. I'm failing to understand how casting pointers works. The line int *mnt = (int*)&flt; if I read this correctly passes the address of flt which has
C :: Utilizing Type Casting Construct

C :: Utilizing Type Casting Construct

This code i made, utilizing the type casting construct, isn't outputting what i wanted. The output for 'Dollars' and 'Cents' are returning '0' for both. instead all i want it to do is seperate the two. for example changing the float value of amount t
C :: Unsigned Char - Pointer Type Casting

C :: Unsigned Char - Pointer Type Casting

I came across some code and it's not clear why it is casting an unsigned char * to another pointer type only to free it right after. Here are the relevant structures: Code: struct _Edje_Message { Edje *edje; Edje_Queue queue; Edje_Message_Type type;
C++ :: Vector Of 8bit Variables - Casting Between Bitsets

C++ :: Vector Of 8bit Variables - Casting Between Bitsets

So I have a vector of 8bit variables. Is it possible to cast that to a vector of 6bit variables like... 8bit: 10011011 01100011 ===> 6bit: 100110 110110 0011XX
C++ :: Validity Of New / Delete Pair (or Malloc / Free) After Pointer Casting

C++ :: Validity Of New / Delete Pair (or Malloc / Free) After Pointer Casting

Goal: To allocate some memory as a char*, read in some binary data, re-interpret it as a float* and then free the memory. My code looks like: void someFunction(float* &result) { char * tmp = new char[1000]; //...Fill the char buffer here... result =
C++ :: Debug Error When Taking A String And Casting It To Float With File Stream

C++ :: Debug Error When Taking A String And Casting It To Float With File Stream

Debug Error ProjectsFinal ProjectGrItemDebugGrItem.exe R6010 - abort() has been called I was going over this with a friend and it seems as though getline() is not reading anything in and thus throwing the abort error. I'm not sure why this is because
C++ :: Cannot Cast From Void Pointer - Returns Always Error C2440

C++ :: Cannot Cast From Void Pointer - Returns Always Error C2440

I having a problem which I'm not able to resovle. I try to dereference a void pointer but I always get a C2440 error. It says: 'static_cast':void* cannot be converted in wqueue<T>. I tried different cast ways but I always get the same error. As far
C Sharp :: Call That Counts Number Of Entries In Database - Cast Error

C Sharp :: Call That Counts Number Of Entries In Database - Cast Error

I have an issue with a database call. I've got a database call that counts the number of entries in the database:         private static Int32 dbCount() {             SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("SELECT COUNT (*) FROM Employees", conn);     
Import CSV File With Load Data Local File And Cast As Integer?

Import CSV File With Load Data Local File And Cast As Integer?

I try to import a (huge) csv file, containing a hotel_id in the first column, I want the data-type in sql table to be Integer with this code; load data local infile 'Images_20121121.csv' into table cimages fields terminated by '|' LINES terminated by
Using CAST Function In A SELECT Query With Multiple SELECT Or ORDER BY Variables?

Using CAST Function In A SELECT Query With Multiple SELECT Or ORDER BY Variables?

I have a database that has several VARCHAR columns that are actually integers, yet for certain reasons the columns need to be VARCHAR and not INT. Obviously I'm having sorting issues as the numbers 7 8 9 10 Sort as 10 7 8 9 My SELECT statement uses m
Casting From Base Type To Derived Type

Casting From Base Type To Derived Type

I'm wrestling with this treeview control. I have extended the TreeNode class to attach some extra data to the node. Basically, I added one property:[code]Is there a way to cast from a base type to a derived type?
Get An Enum To Explicitly Cast To It&#039;s Base Type?

Get An Enum To Explicitly Cast To It&#039;s Base Type?

Is there a way to get an enum to explicitly cast to it's base type?If I have something like this: Code: Public Enum Packets As Byte Stuff = &H0 End Enum I have to do Code: Dim test As Byte = CByte(Packets.Stuff) Rather than Code: Dim test As Byte = P