January 3, 2000

Correctly Declaring Global Objects

Although the use of global variables is not recommended in general, sometimes it’s unavoidable. When using a global variable or object, never instantiate it in a header file because the

Case-insensitive Comparison of Strings

Class std::string’s overloaded operator == performs a case-sensitive comparison. This means that the following strings are not identical when compared using ==: string s1 = “Jellylorum”; string s2 = “JellyLorum”;

Static Initialization and Dynamic Initialization

C++ distinguishes between two initialization types for objects with static storage duration (global objects are an example of objects having static storage). Static initialization consists of either zero-initialization or initialization

Error with Type M Field

Question: I’m trying to access a particular field via an ASP. I presently have a table displaying multiple fields. Everything works fine, but as soon as I try to add

Exchange Client vs. Outlook

Question: What is the difference between Microsoft Exchange and Outlook? We only use Exchange on our workstations, but I have an icon on my desktop for Outlook. Please explain. Answer:

Double-Count in a SQL Query

Question: I want to create two count-variables in one SQL query based on GROUP BY signum_chef. Is that possible? I’ve tried something like this: SELECT DISTINCT signum_chef, Antal=(SELECT COUNT (*)),

Updating the End Date Field

Question: I have written the following SQL statement and want to update only the end date field (saaphy01.n5ajdd) in one file. How can I tell it in my query to