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Trying to learn string class...function not working as I anticipated
I know the title is rather ambiguous, and I apologize for that. I can give a better explanation of t...
[4 replies] Last: Well....there is always that chance that I'm just not paying attention... (by Acidbassist)
by Ganado
MinGW linking question, lib .a files
This isn't really about the language itself, more about the compiler, but can anyone explain the dif...
[2 replies] Last: Oh, well... I had been trying a bunch of other stuff since I posted th... (by Ganado)
C - Why are my variables retaining the value 0?
My variables are assigned 0 instead of what I type. What am I doing wrong? #include <stdio.h> #...
[3 replies] Last: Nvm. I solved it thanks MiNipa (by sakonpure6)
Getters/Setters and object oriented design? Is everything my school teaches wrong? (1,2)
Hey everyone, I took the time to read the stickies so I hope my first post here follows the guidelin...
[23 replies] Last: Yes, my examples are extreme (especially the networking ones). 99% of ... (by LB)
by mtmsl
Creating Arrays Using the Free Store
Hello everyone. I’m trying to teach myself programming, so I picked up this book and I’m working...
[6 replies] Last: Ok, I found a solution for this exercise and figured out what I was do... (by mtmsl)
int main
what does int main with an empty () mean?
[4 replies] Last: oh ok thanks (by LATCH100)
by akai09
Hey guys i need help. i know its basic but its really confusing for me so im asking for a help. I ne...
[6 replies] Last: This works. Take note of the changes. #include<iostream> using names... (by shadowCODE)
Can you scroll in the console box?
I wrote a program that reads in a file and then outputs it into the console. There is a lot of comme...
[2 replies] Last: Pipe the output through more or less (by Lowest0ne)
C++ “multi-line” comment format
how do you use the C++ “multi-line” comment format?
[4 replies] Last: shadowCODE is right, but just to add: for purposes of putting it "abov... (by Ganado)
did i spell it wrong?#include <iomopin>
I cant remember the library i just learned in class it something like this #include <iomopin> its u...
[2 replies] Last: (by MiiNiPaa)
make a pyramid using loops
I am trying to create the pyramid (with 4 rows) using while loops. I think I have the idea correct b...
[2 replies] Last: Works now! Thanks! (by JoJodoggy1)
Int To String
Hi, i am beginner. How to convect int to string? :p
[6 replies] Last: OP, note that if you just want to print the integer, the streams libra... (by dhayden)
More help with grader
Hey, everyone. I was wondering if anyone could help me out with this program. Basically, I have ...
[2 replies] Last: Okay so I did this: #include <iostream> #include <fstream> #include ... (by psychoticbear)
Calculating with vector containers
Hello everyone, I was wondering how to do calculations with data stored in a vector. To be more ac...
[2 replies] Last: 1st. Use loops: for(int i = 0; i < AVector.size(); ++i) BVecto... (by MiiNiPaa)
static function
I have a static function on my manager class that i am trying to use to set a private member in the ...
[5 replies] Last: You have to instantiate static members. Put this in your cpp file: ... (by Disch)
by Nezar
What does this keyword specify ?
Hello there, I know that the operator keyword is used to overload operators in classes, but i rea...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks my friend :) (by Nezar)
Use Class Member By Reference
I would like to operate on a member of my class from a separate .cpp file. At the moment i am gettin...
[3 replies] Last: ADungeonExplorerCharacter *MyCharacter; This is just a pointer. It d... (by MiiNiPaa)
I need helpful critique for school assignment.
I'm very new to c++ I started a few weeks ago at school, this is one of the project assignments. I w...
[6 replies] Last: Lines related to "generating" a number; unsigned change = time(0); sr... (by MiiNiPaa)
problem with my function
i have a problem in my code the exp is not adding to 20 when ...
[12 replies] Last: okay thank you .. i understand it now a lot (by Lorence30)
help understanding it
can someone please explain how we're getting the n=2, n=4, n=1, n=1, n=3, n=0? #include <iostr...
[2 replies] Last: thank you, very clear now. (by alielsaadi)
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