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Tic tac toe confusion (1,2,3,...,10,11,12,13)
 
http://prntscr.com/bu582c This is one of the program's we have to do for homework, but I'm complete...
[241 replies] Last: So your problem is solved now? Glad it helped :) (by closed account 5a8Ym39o6)
Visual Studio
 
I would like to delete a Visual Studio file; I am in the control panel; when I click on the file the...
[2 replies] Last: Have you tried just moving it to the recycle bin? (by Too Explosive)
Classwork Help
 
Issue resolved. Please disregard
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How to use the If Statement this way?
 
Write your question here. I'm new to programming because I want to make a game myself. I was doing ...
[15 replies] Last: I noticed you were using <ctime>. Worth a look is the C++ <chrono> li... (by FurryGuy)
Roman Numeral Calculator
 
I'm working on a Roman Numeral Calculator machine problem, but I'm so lost. Here's the full dire...
[11 replies] Last: I suspect the reason is you are using eof() as the test for reading in... (by kemort)
What does clearing of input buffer mean?
 
I was going through a code in my school textbook, wherein there is a line who's function is to clear...
[2 replies] Last: So this means I can remove the fin.get(ch); at line no. 29, because ... (by prakhar1)
by aziz1
overloading
 
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[1 reply] : http://www.learncpp.com/cpp-tutorial/96-overloading-the-comparison-ope... (by FurryGuy)
What exactly are pointers?
 
I'm familiar with the concept of variables, and objects which store a specified type of data (or cla...
[3 replies] Last: Well, that didn't really answer my questions, perhaps C++ is a languag... (by closed account 1AkEwA7f)
Logical question
 
Hi, As you guys know I was trying to improve my logic and problem solving through programming and...
[1 reply] : #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int card... (by Too Explosive)
my first IF statment
 
Hello, im working on 3 chapter of programming book. It tell me to test myself by see if i can have m...
[6 replies] Last: age is number as in int. Will i need to conversion? No, you will not... (by AbstractionAnon)
recursion question
 
hi guys I just wrote a snippet of code that uses recursion but I don't actually understand what it d...
[5 replies] Last: Thanks furry I'll check it out =) (by adam2016)
by CMOM
Error Identification Help
 
I have been given an assignment for my introduction computer science class. And I have written the c...
[1 reply] : Hmmmm, my crystal ball is on the fritz. We can't help you without sho... (by FurryGuy)
Using a function and a loop to make a Fibonacci sequence (1,2)
 
I have some code where I want to print as many numbers in the Fibonacci sequence as defined by "tota...
[20 replies] Last: The only real sticking point about long long is it was added with C+... (by FurryGuy)
Hey! Tips or Criticism?
 
Hello! I've been learning C++ for about 3 days now, and I was wondering if you guys had any tips on ...
[6 replies] Last: Why is using namespace std; not advisable? Here's a good explanation... (by AbstractionAnon)
Cannot simply read from file
 
I copied some code straight out of the book and cannot read from a file. gradfile.txt is made, pla...
[15 replies] Last: I will try this when I get home, but this does make a bit more sense. (by codingwhileintoxicated)
max long integer not printing? (1,2)
 
I was doing the third exercise of Project Euler, and I don't know what went wrong? Could someone poi...
[27 replies] Last: @closed+many postnominals Works on mine. But that doesn't help you ... (by kemort)
counting punctuation in a phrase???
 
I wrote a code how to count uppercase letter, lowercase letters, numbers, spaces, but cant figure ou...
[4 replies] Last: > Yeah that works too. Does that mean your problem is solved now? :) (by closed account 5a8Ym39o6)
array of structs declaration and output problem
 
My program needs to have a declared struct called DayOfWeek that holds the variables dayName(string)...
[17 replies] Last: Good to hear :) (by closed account 5a8Ym39o6)
Am I able to call the main function in shared library without executable on Linux?
 
This may be obvious to many but I a using a new framework that has a .so file and it is used by an e...
[2 replies] Last: The answer is "yes" but the mechanics of how to do that via JNI is a J... (by PanGalactic)
Doubly linked list implementation
 
I have been trying to implement a barebones version of a doubly linked list(which supports only inse...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks for the quick reply.Followed the flaws you pointed out and got ... (by khansubhan95)
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