Beginners - December 2019

Paycheck calulator
Hello All, I'm trying to build a paycheck calulator that gives me my net pay after user's input the...
[5 replies] Last: Hello cblack618, For the fun part adjust the program to deal with hou... (by Handy Andy)
by Miskok
c++ convert to oop(object oriented programing) (1,2,3)
Hello, I just want to have couple question about this code,. how to convert this code to oop(object ...
[50 replies] Last: If you insist that OOP is a programming language Lucky me for not ma... (by againtry)
Function Exiting
Fellow programmers, I am requesting assistance on a small problem I am experiencing with this ...
[3 replies] Last: Hello john26999, Any time. Andy (by Handy Andy)
*this vs this in C++
Hello, I'm confused. I don't know what is differences between this and *this. If we use this in the...
[8 replies] Last: If'n new-ish students are going to deal with memory management via poi... (by Furry Guy)
Whats Wrong In This Code......HELP
Create a class Matrix and Write a C++ program to perform the following functions: a. To accept a Ma...
[14 replies] Last: Looking at your most recent code: Line 2 should be #include <cstdlib... (by dhayden)
by ema897
Graph implementation with element of a class
Is it possible to implement a graph with object of a class? I mean, I made a class and it has many ...
[13 replies] Last: now, for the next error _x1 = &a; error: assigning to 'myClass *' f... (by ne555)
Different Types of Memory Allocation
As I said earlier(which you don't need to remember), I am looking to clear my basic doubts so that I...
[7 replies] Last: int i=4, *p; p = &i; this is completely different. here you have a p... (by jonnin)
C type strings Syntax check
Okay, I was making sure all of my beginner concepts were polished, (and so you will be seeing stupid...
[6 replies] Last: This is hilarious(ly bad): char* s = ... char* name = new char[ strle... (by keskiverto)
No matching function
Hello everyone, I've defined two functions in a header and when I want to use them in my main, xcod...
[15 replies] Last: Hello Emilien, It took a while, but I finally understood what salem ... (by Handy Andy)
by Lanh
Hello everyone here ! I am new to this forum and I have a beginner's question about a simple recurs...
[3 replies] Last: Thank you very much. It was just a little example I found using Call b... (by Lanh)
Simple Loop not blocking
Write your question here. I am trying to do a simple loop where the user can enter a command and ...
[10 replies] Last: For a thread you might decide to call 'thread_xyz' in main (say), afte... (by againtry)
Jumping game in C++
Hello, I want to create a jumping game with recursion in C++. I try to write code to solve the j...
[9 replies] Last: Didn't know there was an algorithm already made that I could have code... (by zapshe)
by Foxel
Problems with GoTo
I've coded in C++ since a few months ago and I often found people who recommended me not to use the ...
[10 replies] Last: > Is it a problem if I cross-post to get an answer earlier? http://w... (by salem c)
Hi I'm working with Xcode and I am having problems with the dylib. I'm trying to add two dylibs to...
[1 reply] : (by againtry)
by ingo
array of functions in class->undefined reference
Building upon I tried adding it to a class. Keep all f...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you. A few changes that are obvious in hindsight and the 'big on... (by ingo)
Point to char confusion
I am very much confused by the following code. #include <iostream> int main() { char c = 'b...
[4 replies] Last: #include <iostream> int main() { char c = 'b'; char* ptrChar... (by againtry)
Instantiate an Object
Hi coders, I am learning c++ and would like your help in understanding the difference between eg....
[1 reply] : > the 1st expression in my novice opinion is a pointer of type tcpsock... (by JLBorges)
Learning classes
I am trying to learn how to use classes, the course I am learning from is in java but I am trying to...
[3 replies] Last: (by againtry)
3 for loops for multiplying arrays
Hi all, I'm working on a program that uses two arrays - the first array is 2d and has two columns of...
[6 replies] Last: dhayden, Thank you for simplifying things for me. I had a feeling I... (by closed account 1Ck93TCk)
How does std::list::swap() do this?
I just discovered this peculiar behavior of std::list that I don't completely understand. Lets assum...
[4 replies] Last: but I fail to see the rationale. Something to do with the allocator.... (by dutch)
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