Beginners - December 2012 (Page 63)

by KAB11
Best book to learn C++?
I am looking for a good C++ programming book to teach me the basics as well as point me in the right...
[7 replies] Last: Alright thanks guys, I think i'll be buying the C++ Primer 6th edition... (by KAB11)
I'm very confused with this program.
I think its not working cause I'm not calling the functions right, but I've changed the function cal...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you very much Athar :D (by plusone)
Modifying Private Members of a base class
Hi, I am having trouble modifying a private member of a base class when using inheritance. Can p...
[1 reply] : No. If you want the child to modify it, make it protected. (by hamsterman)
by bbeth
Could someone please show me what I am doing wrong on this. I keep getting 2 errors "+= int differs...
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by eddyq
CodeBlocks #define settings
In CodeBlocks, there is a menu item that says Settings. Under that there is a "Compiler and debugger...
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by vrakas
Priority queue
Hello i want to construct a comparison to have priority queue's top according to the biggest first ...
[3 replies] Last: Thank you very very much :) (by vrakas)
OpenGL Animation running too fast
Hello! I have a OpenGL animation that runs at normal speed on one of my computers with Windows XP...
[6 replies] Last: Thanks and next time I will use the code tags. (by DaveCas)
how can i generate randomly double numbers
1. Write a program that randomly fills a 10x4 Course array with the grades of 10 students (type doub...
[2 replies] Last: (by noisycoder)
Help with code
I don't know why is program is doing an infinite loop. After I enter the number of students it keeps...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks it doesn't keep going but how can i validate the users input wh... (by jesus segura1123)
by lypan
Why there are so many different function prototype for one function I look the reference of std:istream:get and...
[1 reply] : See Overloaded functions (by Chervil)
Help on separating classes/functions
I'm trying to separate my program into 3 cause that's what our professor wants us to do. However, I'...
[3 replies] Last: Shouldn't you have something like this: // Three employee objects ca... (by Chervil)
HELP W/ Video Game Program assignment.
I am in desperate need of help, I have an assignment to figure out the average of players intered in...
[1 reply] : Firstly: Use code tags Secondly: Try "moving" (not re posting) to begi... (by Script Coder)
by phil94
Menu-driven program problems
The objective for this activity was for me to create a menu-driven program using a switch statement....
[3 replies] Last: @phil94 Don't worry too much about it. Pretty soon, things in your mi... (by whitenite1)
error please correct
#include(stdio.h) main() { int score; char grade; printf("please input a score\n"); scanf("%d"...
[3 replies] Last: The first line is wrong. should be #include <stdio.h> The condition... (by Chervil)
How to separate individual items in a string from a file of data?
Basically, i want to separate a string from a file and then input it into a new txt file. For insta...
[1 reply] : Based upon the sample input data, the person may have a variable numbe... (by Chervil)
Recursive function
Can someone please explain step by step how this function below works? For example, Fibo(6); I real...
[1 reply] : Fibo(1) and Fibo(2) return 1, Fibo(3) returns (Fibo(2) + Fibo(1)) whic... (by hamsterman)
Errors in random word selector
Hey guys, I am getting a megaton of errors in this code segment and I cannot figure it out. I will j...
[5 replies] Last: What I am trying to do with the while is compare displayword & secretw... (by BushMuffin)
can you help me with linked lists? im close, so very close to grasping it. (1,2,3,4,5)
im new to the keyword new, i got the impression there would be an easier more dynamic way of creatin...
[91 replies] Last: hey ive tried this a few times, declaring an array in a struct stru... (by devonrevenge)
by fg109
Any way to trim this down?
As part of an assignment that I have to do in class, I need to write a module that can turn a float ...
[8 replies] Last: That worked perfectly, thank you! (by fg109)
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) Not Being Declared
int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv ) is not being declared when I compile need help please.
[3 replies] Last: stdafx.h is for Visual Studio. In Dev you can leave it out. (by Fransje)
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