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how to use regex_serach with dir->path.extension()
I am trying to create a program which scans a folder and lists all the C++ files when the user enter...
[7 replies] Last: The value type of the filesystem library iterators is directory_entry... (by JLBorges)
Detecting key press for hotkey?
How would I detect every key press without listing out every key code from start to finish and not l...
[1 reply] : Never mind I've figured out how to do it. I thought Keyboard Hooks wou... (by ExSanity)
by Bopaki
I get this error: from 'std::basic_string<char>' to 'bool'
Here is the complete error: C:\Dev-Cpp\MAlikChapter1\personTypeDriver.cpp:13:60: error: could not c...
[5 replies] Last: Thanks to everyone. The program now runs fine and gives the correct ... (by Bopaki)
Extracting email addresses from text file
Hi! This program suppose to extract email addresses from random texts However I just can't get it to...
[4 replies] Last: Thank you soooooo much chervil and jonnin!!! Thank you Chervil it work... (by NGC3370)
Polymorphic calls not working!!
Shape<---Triangle<---IsoTriangle If I run code below I get the following error IsoTriangle.cpp:3...
[3 replies] Last: Ah, I see. I wasn't expecting it to be in the IsoTriangle class. When... (by Peter87)
by mmgh
Running MPI on Linux
Hello, I have parallelized my code using MPI with the Master-Slave scheme. The code is too big to...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you for your reply. I worked on it a little bit more. I think it... (by mmgh)
|14| error: expected primary-expression before ‘EmployeeName’|
I've read through many forum posts here but am still unsure how to overcome this compiler error. It ...
[4 replies] Last: Thanks for your help everyone. Especially that last bit about actuall... (by TheEurekaMan)
Trouble with Continue and Break statements (1,2)
Hello there, I am having trouble with some continue and break statements. I just want to understand ...
[26 replies] Last: a) choice needs to be initialized to some (arbitrary) controllable val... (by kemort)
Self stading program C++ Help
hey guys, how are you? i have been programming in the past just for little while(true){kidding :D...
[3 replies] Last: Which question did you answer The first three. Regarding question 1... (by mbozzi)
by weelad
trying to create a basic linked list
for some reason I'm having trouble making a basic linked list. #include <iostream> using na...
[1 reply] : Just follow your state mutations. (enter List1::List1()) head =... (by helios)
by i773
Handling Destructors properly in header?
I'm coming from a background in C# and I am dealing with deconstructs right now in c++ and the way t...
[15 replies] Last: Is the cstrValue simply an input parameter? Does the function promise ... (by keskiverto)
While loop IDK what is wrong
I am still not done with this program but am having trouble with the while loop. Trying to ask the u...
[1 reply] : Line 38 is selecting a condition of wrong input. This can occur for on... (by lastchance)
Document Scanner
Hello, I provide document scanning services. And for that, I want to buy a brand new Document Scann...
[1 reply] : this is a programming forum for software development. Someone might ... (by jonnin)
lock-free queue usage
I've listened to Herb Stutter's youtube talks on lock-free data structures and I wanted to try and u...
[7 replies] Last: But if a queue (lock-free or not) is empty, then you have to wait No... (by Cubbi)
by TheArk
average time function and arrays
I am on the menu option 2, to calculate the average time,and need to know the best route to go about...
[6 replies] Last: Hello TheArk, just before the return 0;" in main put these two lines:... (by Handy Andy)
Formatting the output of an array
Im writing a program that is supposed to cout numbers in an array. However, the numbers cout on a si...
[3 replies] Last: worked like a charm Well, I hope it wasn't seen as some mysterious i... (by Chervil)
using points to remove a char from an inputted string
using pointers, I have to function that removes a character. You have to input a string. Then in...
[13 replies] Last: First let me apologise if anything I said previously was not very clea... (by Chervil)
by Bopaki
Why am I getting this error
Write your question here. I have a header file clockType.h and the implementation file clockTypeIm...
[4 replies] Last: Thanks Peter87 It worked like a bomb with guards (by Bopaki)
deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*'
- Experts, I know that the conversion from string constant to char* is deprecated in cpp. So to i...
[6 replies] Last: Thank you I have now a clear idea (by puertas12)
Can anybody tell me why do we need a range based for loop?
Can anybody tell me why would anybody need to use a range based for loop? why would anybody want ...
[2 replies] Last: ohhh I get it =D (by rajhansk)
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