Programming :: Error: New Types May Not Be Defined In A Return Type?

Oct 12, 2010

The first line of this struct:

struct custom_int {
typedef int big_int;


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Programming :: Conflicting Type Declarations Between Sys/types.h And Linux/types.h

Sep 12, 2010

I'm trying to use "netlink" to get ip address of a Linux box. But the linux/types.h included from "linux/rtnetlink.h" introduced many conflicting type declarations with "sys/types.h".

#include <rtnetlink.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/socket.h>
int main (int argc, char *argv[])
return 0;

The program will demonstrate such type conflicts.

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Programming :: Stat On Cifs - Fails With Error No 75 - Error Shows "Value Too Large For Defined Data Type"

Dec 29, 2010

i have Ubuntu10.10 (kernel-2.6.35-22-generic) installed. struct stat StatBuff;


I have mounted a windows share folder on /mnt. When i gave any directory within /mnt/ to stat function it fails with errorno 75. perror shows "Value too large for defined data type". Example 1 is fail but Example 2 works fine.

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Programming :: Wrapping Around Functions With Different Return Types?

Feb 1, 2010

I have functions which return different data like: int, char*, double...

I also have a list of datatypes (INTEGER, TEXT, REAL...) which can be returned.

I need to map a datatype with function, which purpose is to return it. Therefore, when I determine a datatype, I would like to call the required function without doing switch all the time.

My idea is to have an array of structs like this:

struct type_func_map
int type;
void (*func_wrapper_int)(void); //void (*func_wrapper_text)(void); void (*func_wrapper_real)(void);


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Fedora :: Gcc Error: Conflicting Types - Warning: Passing Argument 2 Of R00002_ From Incompatible Pointer Type

Jun 17, 2011

I'm trying to install a program (MOPAC2007) from the source code which is a 32-bit program, but I get the following errors:


I have installed the 32-bit libraries (gcc-gfortran.i686, glib.i686, libstdc++.i686).

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General :: Getting Error When I Type Xlock And Press Return Key / Resolve This?

Jan 21, 2010

When I type xlock and press return key, I am getting the following error:

Unknown mode: xlock: bad command line option "swarm"

What should I do? I just need the basic xlock screen locking functionality.

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Programming :: Error - Array Type Has Incomplete Element Type

Jan 26, 2010

I'm trying to compile a program and it gives me the following:

I checked cmath-util.h:46 and cmath-util.h:48:

I'm not a C person, and the author is unavailable so far.

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Programming :: Keep Getting These Areatest2.c:46: Error: Conflicting Types For Error_area?

Feb 24, 2011

#define TRIP 6
#include <stdio.h>
char error_area(char area_code, char S, char M, char L,char N,char P, char K, char R, char


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Programming :: Return Error From Ioctl Command?

Jul 21, 2010

I'm creating a usb device driver that needs to be able to read from two different endpoints. I couldn't see any way of having two read functions in the driver, so I got round this by reading from one of the endpoints with read, and the other with ioctl.However this hasn't worked, the ioctl call from c returns -1. I added a printk command in the driver in the ioctl function, however looking at kern.log I can see that this function is never being called. Does anyone have any ideas as to what the problem called be, or a better method of being able to read from two different endpoints?

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Software :: Value Too Large For Defined Data Type?

Nov 26, 2010

I am trying to convert a mdf file to iso with mdf2iso and this message pops up "Value too large for defined data type". The file is about 4.6 GB. Any other information

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CentOS 5 :: Value Too Large For Defined Data Type

Apr 13, 2009

I've downloaded a big file from another server via "wget" to my /backup/ directory, and after the download was compeded I did run "ls" and the error was:ls: full_plesk_backup: Value too large for defined data type.

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Ubuntu :: Edit Mime Types To Remove A File Type Association?

Oct 30, 2010

I installed a trial copy of Anquet Map V06 under Wine then decided to remove it. Afterwards I could find many remnants associated with the Anquet program which I've deleted. Except what remains is an association between my .gpx files with Anquet and that includes and any new gpx file I download. My interpretation is that during the install process an association has been created with the gpx file type and the Anquet map program. This is what I want to stop. If I download a .gpx file and look at it's properties I see- Type: GPX File -Anquet Mapsv06 (application/x-wine-extension-gpx) I found this file and it's contents-

<mime-type type="application/x-wine-extension-gpx">


Running "sudo update-mime-database /usr/share/mime" and rebooting didn't remove the association. How can I stop the Anquet name making as association with my gpx files?

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Programming :: Volatile Sig_atomic_t Int Terminazione=0 - Error "two Or More Data Types In Declaration Specifier"

Jul 16, 2010

I need to have a global variable PHP Code: volatileásig_atomic_táintáTerminazione=0;ábut I get the error error: two or more data types in declaration specifier even if I have included signal.h.

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Programming :: Converting C Code To C++ Causes An Type Error?

Mar 25, 2010

I'm a C / assembler programmer so am not use to C++, which I need to use. Basically I'm using my own versions of memcpy, but for long and int rather than char. It's for fast graphics. So I have a char array which I copy to another array. But I copy as either longs or ints, much faster. for example

void * fastmemcpysprite (void *destaddr, void const *srcaddr, size_t len)


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Programming :: Installing Tcl/tk For Use In C++ / Error Expected Type-specifier Before Exception?

Mar 14, 2011

I have perl/tk installed and working. I tried using c++/tk and had to change the #include path in the headers to find the tk.h and tcl.h. I tried compiling a simple c++ program with g++ to test that the headers are correct. the line i type at console is:

g++ test.c -o test.bin

I fixed all previous errors, except for the following.


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Programming :: Parse.c:1638: Error: Dereferencing Pointer To Incomplete Type

May 15, 2011

I am playing around with a new chat program and I have errors that I can not figure out. Here is what I am getting.

parse.c:1638: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
parse.c:1638: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type
parse.c:1638: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type

here is the code:

if (scan->jail_timeout == 0 && scan->location == prison)
command_type |= HIGHLIGHT;
tell_player(scan, " After serving your sentence you are flung out"


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Server :: Technology For Detecting Types Of Traffic And Allowing To Run Multiple Types?

Apr 9, 2011

I would like port 80 to have a small daemon running on it that detects HTTP traffic and sends a small redirect response, and any other traffic begins streaming data from my VPN daemon. I was wondering if this has already been made, or any kind of technology for detecting types of traffic and allowing you to run multiple types of servers on the same port.

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Ubuntu :: Error: Can't Perform Indexing Operations For <unknown Type> Type

Feb 26, 2010

I just loaded octave. I ran through a few examples of how to implement a script file. Everything works until I get to "plot". When I run the "plot" command I get the following.

octave:2> test1.m
error: can't perform indexing operations for <unknown type> type
sh: gnuplot: not found
Just to double check my work, I ran the following code:
y=[1 2 3];

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Programming :: What Are Types Of API's?

Jul 15, 2010

What are the different types of API's in linux?How can we predict the kind of API we are using?And what are API layers related to?Are API's and system calls ,both are same?

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Programming :: Why Redefine Basic Types In C

Jun 24, 2010

I guess I'm just a noob, but I notice that some C libraries (and even some C++ ones) tend to redefine the basic types with their own naming convention.

For example, OpenGL redefines the basic types:
Code: from GL/gl.h
typedef unsigned int GLenum;
typedef unsigned char GLboolean;
typedef unsigned int GLbitfield;
typedef signed char GLbyte;
typedef short GLshort;
typedef int GLint;

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Programming :: Adding Different Data Types?

Jun 9, 2011

i am searching for a table that gives info about the result of operations (+ , - , * , /) on data types

i mean if we * int by another int, the result should be assign in long so no overflow happens.

something like that.

like what will be the result of mult unsigned int by signed it , is there tables for such operations.

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Programming :: Parser Symbols With Different Types

Nov 27, 2010

I decided to try making a programming language again after my last unsuccessful attempt, so now I figured how to write a good AST and it works great when the nodes are hard-coded into a test program. But to make a language out of it, I need a parser to build the tree according to an input file. I ran into a problem here:

YACC input file:
#include "nodes/allnodes.h"
#include "Node.h"
int vars[26];

%right ASSIGN
%left NE
%% .....

As you might see, each nonterminal creates a Node* object and uses it as its value. The problem is that the literal tokens, however, don't return Node*'s and I don't know what to do. I would like to be able to convert literal tokens to nodes in the Lex file (which would avoid the problem), but the problem is with the assignment operator, which takes a Node* for the right-hand side and a variable name (not a Variable Node, because they just evaluate the the variable's value and you can't change the variable with them) for the left hand side.

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Programming :: Termios Programming - Without Removing Carriage Return / Enter Key

Jun 30, 2010

I trying to write a UART(interfacing of serial devices) to linux machine but after I execute the following code to receive data I need to enter key (carriage return).... but I don't want to remove carriage return/enter key


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Programming :: Compiler Error: "Conversion From 'bool' To Non-scalar Type 'std::string' Requested"

Mar 5, 2010

As a result, I want to know what this error means, and how to correct it.Here is my code:


#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
#include <cstring>
using namespace std;


It is once I use the 'try_crack' function inside of main that I get this error.

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Programming :: Find Sys/types.h File / Library Files?

Mar 24, 2009

can anyone provide me with the path where i can find the library files. stdio.h, sys/types.h.......

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Programming :: C With Gcc: Are All Variables Defined Like Pointers

Sep 13, 2010

i'm practicing in very basic c programs using the gcc compiler.I found that when i create two variables let's say


int a,b and Code: a=15;

then a equals 2.I thought that this isn't normal in C isn't it?I haven't had the time to read the gcc documentation i think it has something to do with my compiler's default settings.I use the

Code: gcc filename.c -o filename command to compile

Are all variables defined like pointers?

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Programming :: C++: Macro Not Defined In Quotes?

Dec 12, 2009

I converted my programming project over to autotools, which gives me a config.h file with all the cool definitions, like these ones:


/* Location of data files. */
#define DATADIR "/usr/local/share"
/* Define to the full name of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_NAME "lusus"

And naturally I think this is cool because then I can hardcore these into the binary. To my dismay, however, I discovered that the pre-processor does not do the text-substitution if the macro name is inside another quoted string.


// Prints out "/usr/local/share/lusus"
std::cout << DATADIR << "/" << PACKAGE_NAME << "


This seems lame, because then this doesn't work:


CL_Image leaves_corner_tl(gc, "DATADIR/PACKAGE_NAME/img/leaves_corner_tl.png");

So, am I literally going to have to strcat DATADIR/PACKAGE with the other text every time I want to prefix DATADIR/PACKAGE_NAME onto another string?

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Programming :: NameError: Global Name 'set' Is Not Defined

Apr 17, 2011

I have a Red Hat 4.9 server running python 2.3.4. However I need some of the new functions so I downloaded and installed Python 2.7.1. I wanted to use the "set" function which was not in the earlier version.

/bin/python is 2.3.4
/usr/local/bin/python is 2.7.1

I have a script running 2.3.4 which calls the 2.7.1 script however it fails because it cannot find the "set" command here is an example

import Mytest


The error message is :

NameError: global name 'set' is not defined

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Programming :: How To Test Whether A Macro Is Defined

Mar 20, 2011

I've been reviewing some source code recently which contains many conditional compilation statements, and I found it hard to understand the code not knowing whether some macro is defined or not. Is there any way to test whether a macro is defined?

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Programming :: Python - Global Name Not Defined

Jun 17, 2011

I found an interesting screencast online about how to make gtk Pyton apps. The thing is, though, the guy was using the interactive shell. I've been trying to get his code into a script, and have been having troubles.

Here's what I got:


It spits out the error "NameError: global name 'browser' is not defined"

I know I'm doing something wrong with how I'm telling it where to find "browser" and "text", but I can't figure out how to point it to the right place.

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