Thanks again Timothy A Schnedler antione, Oct 20, 2007 #3 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? kolob2000 Посмотреть профиль Найти ещё сообщения от kolob2000 06.07.2010, 18:34 #2 revaldo666 Форумчанин Регистрация: 24.06.2010 Сообщений: 251 Репутация: 15 Заходи в свойства проэкта=>Общие=>Набор знаков и там с юни кода And I thought I knew alot about programming. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed http://birdsallgraphics.com/error-c2664/error-c2664-int.php
How do hackers find the IP address of devices? How to select a value form drop down list using page object model? Also, I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum website to do this. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18894025/error-c2664-messageboxa-cannot-convert-parameter-2-from-stdstring-to-l Personally, I opt for the explicitness of calling the wide APIs and just using wide data types, which really just makes the UNICODE define useless. –Peter Huene Mar 30 '11 at
This is because in Visual Studio 2005 the default string format is Unicode and not char. You can start on MSDN. –Angew Jun 3 '13 at 7:55 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote In your project properties in Visual Studio, go to Configuration Settings > That is another dead giveaway that it's unicode and not ANSI (multi-byte). Syntax Design - Why use parentheses when no arguments are passed?
It just seemed convenient to go here, and I figured someone might recognize what was wrong. 1
1 1>Compiling... 1>nehelesson2.cpp 1>c:\users\noahpocalypse\documents\visual studio 2008\projects\prototype\prototype\nehelesson2.cpp(87) : error C2664: 'MessageBoxW' : cannot convert parameter https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/397f3c32-34ed-4a57-aa6e-acb549f04be8/error-c2664-messageboxw-cannot-convert-parameter-2-from-const-char-32-to-lpcwstr?forum=Vsexpressvc Code: error C2664: 'MessageBoxW' : cannot convert parameter 2 from 'const char ' to 'LPCWSTR' Types pointed to are unrelated; conversion requires reinterpret_cast, C-style cast or function-style cast Also to note, share|improve this answer answered Mar 30 '11 at 3:00 Puppy 111k18159332 add a comment| up vote 13 down vote By default UNICODE is defined in Visual Studio 2010. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Cannot convert parameter from 'const char' to 'LPCWSTR' up vote 2 down vote favorite 1 When compiling this code: #include
Any Ideas on how to fix the problem?В В Saturday, September 22, 2007 8:05 PM Answers 0 Sign in to vote Either you can use the ANSI version of MessageBox: his comment is here Use MessageboxA instead of Messagebox. Is there a newsgroup that you could recomend for a college student that is learning Visual C++ 2005? share|improve this answer answered May 31 '13 at 17:54 Balog Pal 8,35111232 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote You're using wide string literals (L"..."), so you must actually use
A power source that would last a REALLY long time Why is the TIE fighter tethered in Force Awakens? You can also look at MessageBoxW. Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless. 02-18-2008 #3 Shamino View Profile View Forum Posts Absent Minded Programmer Join Date May 2005 Posts 964 Thanks, that solved the this contact form Given how out of favor Win32 is these days you can pick up used copies of the most recent 5th edition for less than $20.
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We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Not the answer you're looking for? I'm not sure what the downside is, or why you'd prefer to use L, even if the non-Unicode days are behind us. –Cody Gray Mar 30 '11 at 4:43 That's bad practice.