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Pending the conclusion of this process, the following work was carried out on the original plant core to obtain sufficient data for further evaluation. Site description. The current area of intervention lies within the north-eastern corner of the site. It covers an area approximately 200 x 200 m (216 x 208 m). Previous excavations in the area of the new plant core were conducted in the 1990s. The results indicated that the Klinik Point occupied the northern half of the site, with possible activity taking place along the western edge of the site. The earliest occupation at the site was built upon the east-facing bank of a small stream which formed the northern boundary of the site. This site covered an area of approximately 65 x 50 m (68 x 52 m). No direct evidence could be found for earlier occupation at the site. To the west of the river mouth, a thin deposit of reworked limestone rubble indicates a former dam. To the east, a dense concentration of bird footprints indicates a former shoreline. These are considered to be artefacts from the site rather than evidence for water management. About 3.6 ha of levee waste are dispersed along the top of the levee to the east of the site, though there are no other indications of levee building or construction on the site. The levee project was abandoned at some time in the 1950s. The levee earth contains glauconite and some highly labile arsenic bearing sulphides, though very little evidence for arsenic enrichment or leaching was found. To the west of the site, the Klinik Point occupies a small strip of relatively undisturbed land that had been eroded from the northern edge of the site. About 50 m of levee waste lies beneath the site in this direction. To the east, the Point occupies an area of salt marsh and freshwater marsh which has been enclosed by a levee. This levee ranges in height from 0.5 to 2.0 m above ground level. It was constructed using dense deposits of rolled oyster shells. The site is surrounded by a large complex of oyster beds along the coast to the west. Much of the area of the Point was, and still is, developed for oyster culture. This site covers an area of about 30 x 20 m (34 x 24 m). The levee is banked on all sides, with the exception of the south and east, where the levee is colonized by a dense stand of black pine.
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Are there any errors when using the klog macro to count messages in a defined time period?
I want to write a count of messages in my software.
I’ve been using the klog statement in my c++ apps using microsoft visual studios.
And I want to count messages in my software running a specified period of time.
So I want to count all messages when the software is running.
Are there any errors when using the klog macro for this?
And how to make sure that messages are counted when the software is running.
Can this be used for console messages and gui messages?
When you build it, the klog library will produce the following messages in your output:
Usage: klog [option…]
count The number of messages to print
It means that it will print the message count of your process.
BTW, you do not need to enable the option -ff (no fixed format), you just need to give a message and a count.
For exemple, if I type klog the first option is count that I need to put after:
klog -f -c “this is my message”
Ok, next, there’s a good explanation on the library documentation, here
klog expects as input and output options a boolean: true or false, not an integer. So, let’s say you have your option:
klog -f -c “this is my message”
Then, you can write your programm like this: