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Need to refresh the display smoothly
 
I'm trying to find some function within the <windows.h> library that refreshes the display smoothly....
[4 replies] Last: yeah, but it isn't smooth when it runs in a while loop. The console s... (by skimmer001)
by ec456
Help with Link List
 
Hello posting here again and I need help. Here are the instructions if curious, what I need help ...
[6 replies] Last: while(!Tvfile.eof()) is better than while(Tvfile) #include <iostr... (by anup30)
by tc5667
Replacing all letters in a string with an asterisk
 
Hi all...I am still very new to functions and I am trying to take in a string of one or multiple wor...
[4 replies] Last: Thank you very much for the responses! Hopefully one day when I unders... (by tc5667)
series
 
What is the prblm with this code?? #include<iostream> #include <cmath> using namespace std; int mai...
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Help with using two while loops
 
My program won't even run without debugging. What am I doing wrong here? Write a program that use...
[3 replies] Last: Since className, totalGrade, avgGrade and count all need to reset for ... (by dhayden)
Vector subscript out of range (merge sort)
 
Hi all, I am trying to make the merge sort algorithm using vectors. Everything compiles fine but ...
[3 replies] Last: In real life counting starts from 1. In computers, it starts from 0. ... (by shadowCODE)
Having trouble writting my program
 
Can you write an if/ else statement inside a switch statement? And if so can you show me how it shou...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks that really helped. (by Cplacencia)
Can't seem to get this program to work
 
Hi, I'm new to C++. I'm having an issue with an assignment given to me. The purpose of this program...
[1 reply] : I find your if statement to be extremely confusing I've cleaned it up ... (by Joshhua5)
by Bjord
Procedure entry point _ZST24__throw_out_of_range_fmtPKcz
 
I am trying to compile a bit of sample code (below) in Code::Blocks 13.12 with MinGW on Windows 7. ...
[5 replies] Last: Are you linking to the correct versions of the SFML libs? There are st... (by LB)
shape
 
how can i do this shape if user enter 5 the output will be ........5 ......45 ....345 ..2345 12345
[6 replies] Last: It's more common with other kinds of input streams. In this case, havi... (by LB)
comparing float numbers
 
I'm having problem comparing floating point numbers. In the division math tutor program I created b...
[8 replies] Last: thank you, that worked. i still don't know how exactly it works but th... (by fermentingblob)
by Orval
Do damage help
 
In my classes, my damage script does not work. I think it might be because classes cant access other...
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calculate mean from file
 
im having trouble calculating mean but i can't get access to the array please help #include<...
[2 replies] Last: Furthermore, this looks like continuation of http://www.cplusplus.com/... (by keskiverto)
C++ Reset Leaderboards? Console App. How to? Help - Thanks
 
Hello. Got a quick easy console quiz show game application that I am stumbling on how to finish. T...
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by Ganado
Template evaluation with more than one template type
 
The following code is not ambiguous, #include <iostream> struct A { A() : m_parts(3) {};...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you, I wasn't sure what to call it, I'll look more into the rule... (by Ganado)
by leryss
whats the use of memory adresses ?
 
saw this in a code, and i have seen in many other complex algorithms uses of memory adresses , whats...
[1 reply] : these are bitwise operations. check: stackoverflow.com/questions/40583... (by Aceix)
Do-While loop. Increment
 
Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. I'm reviewing Loops from my textbook and a section review quest...
[3 replies] Last: Thank you dhayden and fr0zen1. I will look further in to it. I'm revie... (by Trac511)
understanding pointers
 
I have this code segment here. #include<iostream> using namespace std; int * foo(){ int a = 5; ...
[4 replies] Last: I tried comiling on linux and windows, in both cases it worked. As ... (by dhayden)
Which platform would be better for a begginer
 
Hi all. First off, I wanna appologize if I`m not in the right section. I`m facing a problem and I ne...
[5 replies] Last: Thank you verry much for you help guys. I think I`m gonna stick with v... (by mechanic90)
Printing Prime Numbers
 
Hi, I'm learning about structuring my program to produce prime numbers. I know there can be seve...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks for the sound reasoning. Made my mistake pretty easy to catch,... (by project science)
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