Providing default value for enum when passed as parameter c enums

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asked Feb 13, 2016 by Invalid (360 points)
HRESULT Write(const char *szFileName, const char *szDtdUrl = NULL,enum VgmtLinkType eLinkType=VgmtLinkType::eLinkType_Empty);This error that I receive: error C2039: 'eLinkType_Empty' : is not.

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answered Mar 16, 2016 by MervynA (760 points)
selected Mar 17, 2016 by McdannaldWor
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ADAccountAn account object is received by the Identity parameter. The rules for determining the default value are given below. The following two examples show how to specify a value for this parameter.
You can identify the domain controller by providing one of the following values.
commented Mar 17, 2016 by McdannaldWor (140 points)
The following example shows how to set this parameter to Basic
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answered Mar 24, 2016 by Steier_8828 (390 points)

TYPE (class, interface, enum) Element Type. You have eight options listed in the Element Type enumeration: Element Type.
Somewhat surprisingly, this is the default.

You can have a look at this quick tutorial Making the Most of Java's Metadata, Part 2: Custom Annotations
commented Mar 26, 2016 by Costs (120 points)
It should appear in the Javadocs
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answered Apr 9, 2016 by gunknow (540 points)
This tool was inspired by Get-ADAccountResultantPasswordReplicationPolicy which is just awesome
commented Apr 10, 2016 by naq_But (980 points)
There is an almost imperceptible setting that fixed this issue for me. That works for me perfectly
commented Apr 11, 2016 by Derezinski8 (250 points)
I use this class when I need to have a list box that updates
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answered Apr 27, 2016 by rows_Angl (230 points)
Domain name values:Fully qualified domain nameExamples: corp
commented Apr 29, 2016 by onceVinion (340 points)
Although this is very old question i found something easier to handle this task. That fixed the issue for me

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