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Entry  Tue Aug 28 17:52:45 2012, Zach Miller, DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 
    Reply  Wed Aug 29 10:52:44 2012, Stefan Ritt, DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 
       Reply  Wed Aug 29 16:42:42 2012, Zach Miller, DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 
          Reply  Wed Aug 29 16:45:36 2012, Stefan Ritt, DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 
             Reply  Wed Aug 29 16:57:49 2012, Zach Miller, DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 
Message ID: 179     Entry time: Wed Aug 29 16:57:49 2012     In reply to: 178
Author: Zach Miller 
Subject: DRS-4.0.0 DOScreen.cpp 

Stefan Ritt wrote:

Zach Miller wrote:

Stefan Ritt wrote:

Zach Miller wrote:

Hi,

I found an old thread regarding a fix for DOScreen.cpp for DRS-3.1.0, that fixes an "ambiguous overload problem." Currently when I attempt to build the drs-4.0.0, I get this similar error:

src/DOScreen.cpp:332:39: error: call of overloaded ‘Append(int)’ is ambiguous
 

This section of code is different than what the previous thread was correcting, and though I attempted to apply the logic of the old thread, I haven't fixed this yet.

The following is the code for that section:

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329  for (int i=0 ; i<5 ; i++)
330       if (tc & (1<<(i+8))) {
331            if (i < 4)
332              wxst1.Append(wxT('1'+i));
333            else
334              wxst1.Append(wxT('E'));
335           wxst1.Append(wxT('&'));
336        }
337      if (wxst1.Length() > 0)
338         wxst1 = wxst1.Left(wxst1.Length()-1);
339      wxst1.Append(wxT(')'));

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I've attempted a few fixes, but unfortunately, my understanding of the code is not great, and I haven't managed to fix this yet. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Zach Miller

Just put (char) in front of wxT(...), like

   if (tc > 0) {

      wxString wxst1, wxst2;

      wxst1.Append((char)wxT('('));

      for (int i=0 ; i<5 ; i++)

         if (tc & (1<<i)) {

            if (i < 4)

               wxst1.Append((char) (wxT('1'+i)));

            else

               wxst1.Append((char) wxT('E'));

            wxst1.Append((char) wxT('|'));

         }

      for (int i=0 ; i<5 ; i++)

         if (tc & (1<<(i+8))) {

            if (i < 4)

               wxst1.Append((char) (wxT('1'+i)));

            else

               wxst1.Append((char) wxT('E'));

            wxst1.Append((char) wxT('&'));

         }

      if (wxst1.Length() > 0)

         wxst1 = wxst1.Left(wxst1.Length()-1);

      wxst1.Append((char) wxT(')')); 

 Hi Stefan,

Thanks for the response. I have tried that and it fixes all the lines except the ones that have:

wxst1.Append((char) (wxT('1'+i)));

Those lines still don't compile for me. I've also tried: wxst1.Append((char) (wxT('1'+(char)i))); and wxst1.Append((char) (wxT((char)'1'+i))); as well as a few other combinations of (char) and Append.

I get the same error of: "Call of overloaded "Append(int)" is ambiguous."

Any other help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

-Zach

wxst1.Append((char) (wxT((char)('1'+i))));     maybe ??? 

 Aha!

wxst1.Append((char) (wxT('1'+i)));

That one actually works as you initially thought, but you my editor was being picky of (char)wxt... instead of (char) (wxt....). For some reason, it has to have the extra set of parentheses around wxt(). Thank You!

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