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by goldyn
I am so lost....
 
So I have an assignment for my c++ computer class. I've tried for quite a while on it and I am compl...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you so much (by goldyn)
how to make a priority queue/min heap
 
im working on a program and what i have to do is pass in process time of jobs into a priority queue ...
[9 replies] Last: @danghotties Ok now it's starting to make more sense ima go try it se... (by andrewthecoder)
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)
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