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Date Posted: 07:10:40 04/07/00 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Scanning in CBuilder
In reply to: Cameron 's message, "Scanning in CBuilder" on 20:51:49 04/06/00 Thu

Hi Cameron,

Give me 1-2 days and I'll have a look a this. At first glance it seems to be that the compiler is complaining about the signature of the method, or maybe the calling convention.

Best regards,


> I'm using a registered copy to create a program the
> activates a scanner and saves the output to the file.
> If I use the example Delphi code, everything is fine.
> But since I am more comforatble in C++, I've converted
> the program to C and have just one annoying problem.
> If I create an OnAcquire function to use in
> TScanner::Acquire, I get an error message
> E2031 Cannot cast from 'void (_fastcall *)(const
> unsigned int,const unsigned short,const unsigned
> short,const int)' to 'void (_fastcall * (_closure
> )(const unsigned int,const unsigned short,const
> unsigned short,const int))(const unsigned int,const
> unsigned short,const unsigned short,const int)'.
> How should the OnAcuire function be defined and
> call in C++ for the TScanner component to work.

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  • Re: Scanning in CBuilder -- Michel, 10:57:25 04/08/00 Sat
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