How to include a custom library in Code Blocks? Windows 7


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asked Feb 13, 2016 by the_any (730 points)
Ok, I've did this before and I'm having problems to understand how it works (Especially "include" part)

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answered Feb 14, 2016 by Sackos (910 points)

Static methods within a custom assembly are available globally within the report.
Value End Function Passing an individual parameter to custom code.
In an expression, a custom constant is treated as a Variant.
commented Feb 15, 2016 by Prasad_this (760 points)
Methods in embedded code are available through a globally defined Code member
commented Feb 15, 2016 by Manor (1,280 points)
Finally past this step after days of frustration
commented Feb 15, 2016 by nhg_for (990 points)
So use this solution at your own risk
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answered Apr 13, 2016 by Strobelcould (210 points)

To are several ways to add new folders to your library.
Find the new library and drag it into Notepad.
Skip adding folders to the library for now.

A quick look at http://mintywhite.com/windows-7/7customization/add-custom-libraries-windows-7-explorer/ confirms this
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answered Apr 30, 2016 by buildmodeste (210 points)
From this tutorial, FAQ-Compiling (general) - CodeBlocks
Single memory copy would be always faster than your for loop
commented May 1, 2016 by Vg_It (410 points)
This page provides good differentiating points. Has got nothing to do with size or what the array contains
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answered Apr 30, 2016 by sandoz_If (260 points)
You access these by referring to the Code member and the method name

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