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bool true/false print out
So im reading a book on C++ and it asked me to input this code. #include <iostream> using...
[3 replies] Last: You can also do std::cout << std::boolalpha; or std::cout.boolalpha... (by giblit)
The point to using classes
I'm making a program that has a lot of functions, but my teacher told me to use a class. Why do I ne...
[6 replies] Last: I want to add I totally can relate and that trying to get why OOD (obj... (by Bdanielz)
Help in porting C to python
Hello, I need a small help in porting this code to python.
[2 replies] Last: Thanks! Can you port it to python? (by Omega11)
[Win 64] confused with constructors
I have to make changes to a previous lab I've done according to the instructor's requirements, and I...
[3 replies] Last: sorry about it, I have formatted my code :P (by s2734d512)
No match for operator error.
This is a code I am trying to run from C++ Primer by Lippman. However, I am getting this error in li...
[9 replies] Last: Well, it seems as though either the book hasn't explained things very ... (by Chervil)
Does memory address changes ?
Hi ! I am currently learning C++, I am now experimenting with Pointers. now I created a very tiny p...
[2 replies] Last: They change ,you don't have to care about them and that's one of the b... (by a k n)
storing variables function
I'm not sure how to really call the function Seconds and store the result in two different variables...
[6 replies] Last: thank you so much!! that solves everything (by serrld113)
Pokemon code help
The point of this program is to make a chart of the pokemon stats for the amount of pokemons i have ...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks for the help! But i was wanting something using the headers i h... (by mattarrules)
How to iterate through a vector
I have a vector of a class type. This class has a protected member variable called characterType, wh...
[3 replies] Last: Wow, thank you for putting so much work into answering this! I would h... (by hinesro)
hey guys so I am completely stumped, this is a homework project that I am working on and I dont know...
[2 replies] Last: line 20 or 22: double salary1, salary2, salary3, salary4, salary5; ... (by closed account jvqpDjzh)
Cplusplus Tutorial
Hi all. Just a quick few questions if that's ok. I have a PDF version of the tutorial on this sit...
[1 reply] : Probably something have changed, I might say. But of course the core o... (by closed account jvqpDjzh)
DirectX tutorial!!!!!!!
I need a DirectX tutorial :'(
[2 replies] Last: OK (by Gameman)
Linked list and delete code
My code to delete nodes of a linked list works fine, but it crashes when I try to delete something t...
[3 replies] Last: On line 19 you do access lead->id before you know that lead is not nul... (by keskiverto)
Help with Temperature Program with Arrays
Hello everyone, I'm having a difficult time with a program for class and cannot figure out what is w...
[4 replies] Last: Thank you! I've been working on this program for so long and it all ha... (by TheRealMoses)
[7 replies] Last: minimial as the lowest one in all the points in the file (by MeriemMer)
Starting Over
I'm an old COBOL coder, retired for medical reasons, cancer, have had chemo and radiation, and have ...
[1 reply] : Glad to hear you're doing well now. I used to work with COBOL too, and... (by Chervil)
What is the "&" operator in the return type of a function?
Hello. I stacked at the point & operator. I don't know so many things about & reference operator and...
[2 replies] Last: There is no such thing as a reference operator. int& f() is a funct... (by cire)
Sales Bar Chart
I am writing a program that asks the user to enter sales for five stores and should have a bar graph...
[1 reply] : The sales array holds integer types - at line 20 you're trying to put ... (by wildblue)
Hello, Im starting my journey with vectors. Lets say I got a vector of ints with data like 10, 20, 3...
[7 replies] Last: Wow dude thanks a lot. Ive never seen anyone(on this forum) explaning ... (by Furjoza)
by ohad
hi hi
sopuse to be tow pointers that the first pointer is a string and the second is an empty char that pu...
[11 replies] Last: char* is a pointer . All pointers are about the same size, const o... (by keskiverto)
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