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help with storing values and returning two different statements based on how much info was stored.
 
i have a two part question for my computer programming class, the first part i already completed, i ...
[1 reply] : line 19: cin is looking for user input. doens't seem to be desired her... (by soranz)
Simplifying switch cases
 
The code below is a section of the switch statement that I want to simplify. Between comment (1), yo...
[2 replies] Last: Solution using custom character table: #include <iostream> #include <s... (by MiiNiPaa)
by usr101
How to properly return an array of objects in c++ and use it main?
 
Hi, first time here and I have a question after searching a lot of places including here. In my code...
[2 replies] Last: First, I have limited experience with object oriented design and progr... (by pheininger)
Problem in adding even-valued fibonacci numbers
 
I've written the following program..but it prints a garbage value. Why? #include <iostream> #...
[2 replies] Last: The calculated sum is out of range for int and unsigned int in just ab... (by Cody0023)
C points forming a rectangle
 
I have this piece of code for finding out whether 4 x,y coordinates make a rectangle which works per...
[1 reply] : It sounds like you're defining "correct" order as counter-clockwise st... (by dhayden)
Program to evaluate sin(x) using Taylor series expansion
 
I run the below given program for finding sin(x) using taylor's sries expansion. but for large value...
[3 replies] Last: The problem is that floating point numbers aren't exact. Using more di... (by dhayden)
Struggling with Day of the Year Program
 
My assignment is to "write a class named DayOfYear that takes an integer representing a day of th...
[12 replies] Last: You da man mobotus! Thanks to all for the help, couldn't have done it... (by blairtch)
Problem with reading integers from .txt-file to array
 
I'm working on two programs. The first generates a maze and saves the maze in a .txt-file. The maze ...
[2 replies] Last: @ Aceix: Thanks for your tip. But how can I implement the seekg() func... (by BeKinect)
Machine Code?
 
I read that compilers convert the high level language source code into machine code written in 1s an...
[5 replies] Last: The following program: #include <iostream> int main(void) { std::co... (by pheininger)
by Akula
expected Unqualified id error
 
not 100% sure what's going wrong or why it's stating the "expected unqaulfied id before 'int' the er...
[9 replies] Last: The issues i was having with this segment of the program have been wor... (by Akula)
Confusion while using pointer & string
 
How the following statements actually working? #include <iostream> using namespace std; ...
[4 replies] Last: char *p = "i am a string"; "i am a string" is an array of 14 char ... (by Peter87)
not understanding errors
 
Write your question here. Many of my errors were in the main program saying that "expected '(' befo...
[4 replies] Last: Please do not remove your posts after getting an answer. Original post... (by MiiNiPaa)
Help in char array
 
Why the length of array y isn't 27? #include <iostream> #include "util.h" // display() #include "...
[5 replies] Last: Yes, maybe YokoTsuno is right, so I've changed my code to this and now... (by WilliamLycan)
Modifing a class instance from the class itself.
 
How can i modify a specific instance of a class using a function in the class itself? What i mean...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you so much! I tried something like that but i used CLASS* a ins... (by Funkist)
what will happen to pointer after set to NULL
 
class A{ private: int i; public: A(){this->i = 2;} void hello(){printf("hello is %...
[6 replies] Last: functions are not in heap or something. They are functions. Part of th... (by MiiNiPaa)
string::erase()
 
Hi guys! Sorry for my Englisg Faced with such a problem: given a string. It is necessary to put of a...
[4 replies] Last: Thanks a lot for your answers! Problem is fixed andy1992, interesting ... (by igoreshka3333)
by jdmic
Playing with templates
 
Hi, Is there a way to limit a template to a supported type list ? Look at this example below. I ...
[5 replies] Last: Thank you guys !!! I need to look at <type_traits>. Usefull stuff in... (by jdmic)
Program for outputting an int in english
 
I'm supposed to write a program that takes in an integer and outputs the numbers in english. IE: 932...
[2 replies] Last: agh thanks (by Cheetofingers)
Do you think this program will find the multiples of 3 and 5 in 1000?
 
I just want to make sure this program does exactly as it was intended to do. I'm trying to find all ...
[1 reply] : looks good, though line 16 and 17 are a waste. (by Esslercuffi)
entime is going into negatives. help please
 
i wrote some code to generate jobs at intervals of 5,10,25,30 seconds the jobs 5,10,25 can be arriva...
[1 reply] : In your for loop you are updating "endtime." Since you keep subtractin... (by danghotties)
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