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Re^3: Win32::GuiTest::SendMessage/AllocateVirtualMemory and TCHAR**

by stevieb (Canon)
on Sep 23, 2019 at 19:32 UTC ( #11106590=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Win32::GuiTest::SendMessage/AllocateVirtualMemory and TCHAR**
in thread [SOLVED] Win32::GuiTest::SendMessage/AllocateVirtualMemory and TCHAR**

It's such a wonderful sensation of enlightenment and finalization when someone (in this case vr) comes along and points out such a (seemingly) simple thing :D

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Re^4: Win32::GuiTest::SendMessage/AllocateVirtualMemory and TCHAR**
by pryrt (Prior) on Sep 23, 2019 at 20:05 UTC
    It's such a wonderful sensation of enlightenment and finalization when someone (in this case vr) comes along and points out such a (seemingly) simple thing

    ... especially when I'd started that TCHAR** debug in July, and only visited it intermittently, since I was never making headway on it. Most of the time, when I think I have a SoPW, making the SSCCE rubber duck-s it without the post ever going through. But since even my SSCCE that I pruned and tweaked over the weekend didn't solve it, I finally had to post today.

    (The other thing missing from my original was the pack string of Q vs L -- that conditional wasn't there in my original, so even if I had the ->{ptr}, $nFiles, the original wouldn't have worked because half the pointer was truncated.)

    Thanks again, vr, for the extra set of eyes.

      making the SSCCE rubber duck...

      Honest to goodness, in the post you replied to, I had an addition to my statement that read something like "GrandFather, years ago, taught me about Rubber Duck Debugging.", but I removed it, as this seemed a bit more than that.

      Very happy you got the resolution. I'm sure you've already updated your cross-posts :)

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