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Input test
 
Hello everyone, I'm very new to programming and taking an intro course for fun. I have a project du...
[3 replies] Last: Dupe post!!! Here... And there... Input test http://www.cplusplus.c... (by andywestken)
Using cpp code in python and R
 
Hello! I have a following task to do. Lets say I have a simple function written in c++: doubl...
[1 reply] : Google says for " call c++ from python ": https://docs.python.org/2/ex... (by keskiverto)
Need help with an error I'm getting!
 
The error I'm getting is converting to 'long long int' from 'double'. I'm not sure why I'm gettin...
[2 replies] Last: Line 37: // firstTerm = pow(termOne, 1.5); // *** error: 'firstTerm'... (by JLBorges)
by pravi
Different output in C
 
Why is the output different in C? <#include #include void main() { clrscr(); char a ="lk";...
[4 replies] Last: I think you both missed the point. The OP es expecting "lk" as output... (by AbstractionAnon)
Pointers, Structures, and Dynamic Allocation of Memory
 
Hello! I know I have been posting a lot but I have been learning so much from this community! So tha...
[2 replies] Last: softrix has posted a very nice example that is very close to what yo... (by AbstractionAnon)
by Smokey
Please Help
 
Write a program that creates an array with 34 integers like this: 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, ..., 99 ...
[5 replies] Last: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/700241/what-is-the-difference-betwe... (by booradley60)
Weird Arrays
 
When I allocate the correct number of arrays, the program goes all weird. But when I allocate one ex...
[7 replies] Last: @mutexe @andywestken Okay. I see where the problem is. Thank you so ... (by jhykima)
by pravi
C output
 
Why are the ouputs different? <#include<stdio.h> void main() { int a=010; printf("\na=%d",...
[3 replies] Last: Thanks to all for your useful answers. I somewhat get it. But, I would... (by pravi)
by Winsu
Check if that is an string
 
what I want to do is resolve which on is the biggest member of my object,the object can have any typ...
[13 replies] Last: In const BIGGER& cmp = BIGGER() , BIGGER is a type , not an objec... (by JLBorges)
Creating classes in other files
 
Hello, I am totally new to c++ and programming in general, and am running into issues when trying to...
[4 replies] Last: Both the "Compile file" and "Link file" boxes are checked, as well as ... (by eric johnson)
by koopey
writing string variable in binary file
 
I am confused in the technique used to write string data in binary file. If we write integer data in...
[5 replies] Last: thanks everyone. @Texan40 using getline to get string using '\0' was a... (by koopey)
by Bwoods
Graphics in c++
 
I would like to know if there is a way to use graphics in c++. If so please provide a software or 3r...
[1 reply] : My information may not be too helpful because I'm not sure what OSX sy... (by BlatantlyX)
Overloading >> instream
 
I'm writing a class that involves a queue, and I want to overload the instream. I know that for a mo...
[2 replies] Last: Ah I see. Yup, my algorithm already handles spaces or anything that is... (by DreamTime)
Temperature Conversion in Value Returning
 
I am working in these codes but I am still getting error. #include <iostream> #include <string>...
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Getline for parts of a line
 
Hey guys, I've been working on a little game project recently and have come into a bit of trouble, I...
[1 reply] : You could use a tab delimited file? A bit easier to deal with than quo... (by andywestken)
parsing a text file and storing the words in a vector
 
I am trying to parse a large text file and store the words in a vector for processing later on. The...
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Strings C++
 
Hi. I've got next problem. There was an exercise: I must write a function void to_lower( char* s ) ...
[4 replies] Last: Note it is better to code it as #include<iostream> #include <string>... (by andywestken)
Help on Tic Tac Toe Windows Form Application
 
I'm doing a Windows Form Application and I'm trying to do a Tic Tac Toe game and I'm trying to make ...
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tolower() not working correctly
 
Could someone please fill me in to why my tolower() is not working throughout my program? /...
[4 replies] Last: Or use switch (tolower(idColor)) { in which case the value returne... (by andywestken)
Code wrapped between '+'
 
Hi, I'm totally new at c++ and i need to understand the code from a a library calle Paridaseo, i ...
[7 replies] Last: Thank you all!! (by lunicirus)
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