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comment Dealing with Amazon Product Advertising API Throttle limits
Although there is a limit to the number of request per hour, batch requests allow you to to make multiple requests at the expense of just one.
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@HoraceLoeb It's not possible to get the mouse coords without catching an event. see this SO question for further explanation
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revised Is it possible to force visual studios to throw an error if an identifiers is used when its library isn't directly included in the source?
title didn't make sence
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revised Is it possible to force visual studios to throw an error if an identifiers is used when its library isn't directly included in the source?
better example and rewrote the question now that I have a better understanding of the problem
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comment Is it possible to force visual studios to throw an error if an identifiers is used when its library isn't directly included in the source?
thanks, fixed the cmath. Yeah I looked at what libraries were included indirectly by including <iostream> and it turns out <cmath> is one of those libraries
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revised Is it possible to force visual studios to throw an error if an identifiers is used when its library isn't directly included in the source?
changed cmath.h to cmath as that is the C++ version of the C library math.h
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asked Is it possible to force visual studios to throw an error if an identifiers is used when its library isn't directly included in the source?
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accepted Why shouldn't an Android app be written in C/C++ because you "simply prefer to program in C/C++"?
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comment Why shouldn't an Android app be written in C/C++ because you "simply prefer to program in C/C++"?
why was this closed? Devunwired's answer was filled with many facts that provided much insight into the reasoning. The original vote to close was because of the original post(which I have left underneath my updated post)
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comment Why shouldn't an Android app be written in C/C++ because you "simply prefer to program in C/C++"?
Thank you very much! The change in perspective was the big part I was missing. I wasn't aware that the NDK lacked some API. I also wasn't thinking about the size of the distribution; but it makes a lot of sense now that you have brought it to mind(specifically because c++ must include all the standard libraries whereas java's standard libraries are on on the devices already). Could you explain a little bit about the .so files? I'm aware that there needs to be a separate compilation of native code for each hardware architecture supported, so each .so files has a seperate compilation?
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comment Why shouldn't an Android app be written in C/C++ because you "simply prefer to program in C/C++"?
@KeithThompson Yes I am aware that C and C++ are two separate languages; I used the term because the NDK supports both C and C++. I too notice people using the term 'C/C++' as if it were a single language and find it odd.
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