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HRESULT hr=3D S_OK; ???

HRESULT hr=3D S_OK; ???

HRESULT hr=3D S_OK; ???

(OP)
Hi,

Very newbie question:
 what does "HRESULT hr=3D S_OK;"  mean?

I can't seem to find the meaning of "3D" and the whole statement gives intellisense errors in Visual Studio 2010, yet it is used often on the net.

Thank you for your time.

RE: HRESULT hr=3D S_OK; ???

Where do this funny string come from?
 

RE: HRESULT hr=3D S_OK; ???

(OP)
Sorry...

The code was copied from Microsoft's web site. I'm new to C++, but alot of the code would insert the semi-colon where it was not needed (for C++ at least). Also, for some reason it appears Internet Explorer gives me "3D" and "=92" on some web pages. (Don't know why). (The "=92" appears to be an apostrophe when reading the text).

Thank you.

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