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by wharp2
Have one more question! (simulate the casino game "craps")
 
So I need to wright a program that does this (But I have run into some issues any pointers, helps or...
[8 replies] Last: I figured it out thanks for all your help! (by wharp2)
Question regarding local static object
 
Hi, guys. I was just now reading about local static object and really troubled by the mechanism of h...
[4 replies] Last: function-local static are always initialized before the first time the... (by Cubbi)
C++ or C#
 
I am 14 and when I am older I would like to be a games programmer. I have just recently started lear...
[4 replies] Last: Okay thanks for you very helpful reply, I will first start with C++, a... (by Aeurraa)
by omoe
Is storing strings under managed c++ safer than unmanaged ?
 
Hello guys , So im working on a little project c++/cli and realized that if i put a string i wanna k...
[1 reply] : With the managed code in C++\Cli all of your variables are divided int... (by Computergeek01)
by lays
I'd like to know why assignment operator doesn't return a const reference?
 
classtype& operator=(const classtype&); I think returning a const may avoid (obj1 = obj2) =...
[3 replies] Last: For the built-in types like int, the assignment operator returns a ref... (by dhayden)
by marcoE
Class Composition problems
 
Hello guys. I'm tryng to learn how to implement c++, and at same time learning OOD. I'm tryng ...
[1 reply] : to resolve your include circularity http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/art... (by ne555)
by marcoE
Problems implementing Polymorphism
 
Hello guys. I'm trying understand and learn C++. I've started to read a book, then I read about OO...
[8 replies] Last: > So, I shouldn't have a parent class like Store, to "hold" my product... (by ne555)
by ci one
Big vector accessed by different classes
 
What's the most sensible way in regards to performance? I have a large vector of objects and diff...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks! Makes sense. :) (by ci one)
by lays
A simple question, why "const static" class member can be initialized inside declaration?
 
I know why non-const static member cannot be initialized inside class declaration. It is because cla...
[2 replies] Last: All static data members of a class have external linkage; whether con... (by JLBorges)
Help me sir, please.
 
/*This is just simple but i cant locate the error! everytime i run this code the printf at last didn...
[6 replies] Last: What part don't you get? Deprecated means obsolete or not support... (by AbstractionAnon)
by mgarza
Help with Classes and Arrays
 
Hello all, I am a beginner in programming, so having lots of trouble getting started with and assig...
[6 replies] Last: Line 91: You declare attackpower as an array. Line 97, you attempt t... (by AbstractionAnon)
by fevzi
Gauss Jordan Algorithm
 
Hi everyone! I'm a beginner in c++ and have never programmed in any other language before. Right no...
[10 replies] Last: PLEASE USE CODE TAGS (the <> formatting button) when posting code. It... (by AbstractionAnon)
programming problem
 
help in this !!!! Modify the program so that it asks the user to enter any number other than the nu...
[1 reply] : WTF its the same as the thread earlier okay heres the code #includ... (by Lorence30)
help me in my homework
 
write a program that tells the user what type of movie they can attend based on their age and if the...
[1 reply] : i did it no reply now (by Lorence30)
by fi50
Vectors and Classes
 
This is more like a general query than a question, but basically I was wondering whether it was poss...
[4 replies] Last: That makes sense. Thanks for your help. (by fi50)
by bonho
Create and terminate threads from main thread
 
I have a non static class that does some calculation upon receiving data updates. However for some ...
[1 reply] : Something like this, perhaps: #include <iostream> #include <vector> ... (by JLBorges)
Connection to a server
 
Hey people, I want to know how I can write a Programm in C witch is connecting to a server and send...
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template
 
should i really have to know about templates?
[7 replies] Last: @cire hahaha i see it was the function max() he did not mean std::m... (by Lorence30)
by clard
Help with a problem
 
Hi, I was assigned an extra credit problem that I have no idea how to do, I was wondering if you cou...
[1 reply] : in think in exercise 1 you should only duplicate the code haha (by Lorence30)
Implicit derived class in c++
 
I have no idea in this topic implicit derived class and implicit derived class object to base class ...
[2 replies] Last: Ummmm... actually the first one will compile. It is a constant pointer... (by NT3)
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