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Well, But How To?!

January 25, 2009

Two Angels and the LordA fine miracle happened: the two light angels cameTheir voices were different, and their faces were same!They hesitated a while… and the Lord did proclaim:“Why are you still silent, you’ve got any shame?Isn’t your aimA fair game?”“But our names are ‘A White Flame!’We’ve signed two treaties, joined up in one frame…And we charge our witness neither to blame,Nor to fame…   1. Tell me please, if what are the 'in' products of The Borland? Is that
true that C++Builder has not already been updated?

2. Is there a possibility to allocate a C++ dynamic name[][] - array (e.g.
multidimentionary) via an op of "new"? I see the two ways, e.g. emuilation
via name[dim1*dim2] , or using classes, including class templates. BUT. Both
them are not so effective, especially concerning the run-time speed.

3. Jack, if you have a ref for a FREE description of a .dxf file struct,
maybe a 'pirate' one?

-- Thanks a lot,

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