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[Compiler Error C2564]

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Hallo Group,

i'm sorry for, at first, my english.

Question, i have an compiler Error C2564, but i cann't understand, why does
it occur?!

c:\Projects\testsdk2\testsdk2.cpp(90): error C2564: 'cdError
(cdHSource,cdReleaseEventCallbackFunction (__stdcall *),cdContext)': Eine
Funktionskonvertierung in eine integrierten Typ unterstützt nur ein Argument

Translated from German - a Functionconverting supports only one Argument.
What does it mean?

Timur Ametov
Apr 11 '06 #1
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"Timur Ametov" <ex*******************@de.bosch.com> schrieb im
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Hallo Group,

i'm sorry for, at first, my english.

Question, i have an compiler Error C2564, but i cann't understand,
why does
it occur?!

c:\Projects\testsdk2\testsdk2.cpp(90): error C2564: 'cdError
(cdHSource,cdReleaseEventCallbackFunction (__stdcall *),cdContext)':
Eine
Funktionskonvertierung in eine integrierten Typ unterstützt nur ein
Argument

Translated from German - a Functionconverting supports only one
Argument.
What does it mean?


Post line testsdk2.cpp (90)
Apr 11 '06 #2

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Timur Ametov posted:
Hallo Group,

i'm sorry for, at first, my english.

Question, i have an compiler Error C2564, but i cann't understand, why
does it occur?!

c:\Projects\testsdk2\testsdk2.cpp(90): error C2564: 'cdError
(cdHSource,cdReleaseEventCallbackFunction (__stdcall *),cdContext)':
Eine Funktionskonvertierung in eine integrierten Typ unterstützt nur
ein Argument

Translated from German - a Functionconverting supports only one
Argument. What does it mean?

Timur Ametov


You've called a function like as follows:

Func(5);
when it should be called something like:

Func(5,2);
Func();

You've got the wrong amount of function arguments.

-Tomás

Apr 11 '06 #3

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Tomás wrote:
Timur Ametov posted:
Hallo Group,

i'm sorry for, at first, my english.

Question, i have an compiler Error C2564, but i cann't understand,
why does it occur?!

c:\Projects\testsdk2\testsdk2.cpp(90): error C2564: 'cdError
(cdHSource,cdReleaseEventCallbackFunction (__stdcall *),cdContext)':
Eine Funktionskonvertierung in eine integrierten Typ unterstützt nur ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Seems to have been lost in translation.
ein Argument

Translated from German - a Functionconverting supports only one
Argument. What does it mean?

Timur Ametov


You've called a function like as follows:

Func(5);
when it should be called something like:

Func(5,2);
Func();

You've got the wrong amount of function arguments.


Most likely, the expression actually was Typ(1,2,3), and 'Typ' designates
a type (a built-in type, maybe).

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Apr 11 '06 #4

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Thanks for Ideas, i found the Error.

Tim(ur)

"Timur Ametov" <ex*******************@de.bosch.com> wrote in message
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Hallo Group,

i'm sorry for, at first, my english.

Question, i have an compiler Error C2564, but i cann't understand, why does it occur?!

c:\Projects\testsdk2\testsdk2.cpp(90): error C2564: 'cdError
(cdHSource,cdReleaseEventCallbackFunction (__stdcall *),cdContext)': Eine
Funktionskonvertierung in eine integrierten Typ unterstützt nur ein Argument
Translated from German - a Functionconverting supports only one Argument.
What does it mean?

Timur Ametov

Apr 11 '06 #5

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