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Recursion confusion
I'm really stuck on this one: Write the definition of a function named copy that reads all the s...
[12 replies] Last: You could try something like this: #include <iostream> #include <stri... (by long double main)
Overloaded Equality Operator Question
In my program I am attempting to compare two "Contact" objects using the overloaded equality operato...
[9 replies] Last: Glad I could help :) If you have no more questions, you can change top... (by MatthewRock)
I want to write a class which keep to employee's informations.But I made a mistake somewhere but I d...
[1 reply] : What is the definition of "Employee"? (by keskiverto)
Why does this compile?
Why does this compile? Value isn`t known till run time? What if this was to return a variable that w...
[2 replies] Last: That value is known at compile-time, if the compiler is aggressive eno... (by keskiverto)
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Linked list sorting
Create an organized linked list in ascending order i.e., all the entries should be added in the list...
[2 replies] Last: If you don't know what you are doing wrong and you wrote the code, wh... (by Chriscpp)
Copying command line
HI! I have this problem, my code generates a random password and I would like the user to have the o...
[4 replies] Last: donĀ“t understand what you mean, haha sry im stupid (by thiingy)
reading letter keys
i would like to read all the keys but i had to enter it in the hard why which is letter by letter is...
[5 replies] Last: @HelpProgram thats ultra fake.Now stop spaming !! (by SorinAlex)
by enemy
return string_value or return char_value
Hello! Please, if we want the function to write sth, is there ANY way t odo it using return? Can...
[3 replies] Last: I tried to return a string, but i get an error which says that it cann... (by NinjaMKD)
by Z9Z3Z
omitted question
[3 replies] Last: Programming challenge check it out :D (by HelpProgram)
Requirements analysis for developing a game?
I'm thinking of developing a simple classic game like pacman or galacta. I would have thought that t...
[2 replies] Last: What you are proposing does not sound like a methodical or even struct... (by returnThis)
Reading Records from file data.txt into Array of Structs
For this assignment, I'm trying to read records from a text file I made ("data.txt.txt") and read it...
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Non Console Specific Hiding Input
So, this is my first attempt at writing any sort of code besides "Hello World." It's a Rock, Paper,...
[5 replies] Last: Thanks for the info! (by TheMattad0r)
Need Help with Black Jack Program
As indicated above, I am in a "roadblock" if i dare say so. I have compiled a program that scores a ...
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by enemy
No iostream???
Hi, All! Please, whan compiler gets yellow minute and at once starts with: Line 18: error: ios...
[7 replies] Last: You are still compiling it with a c compiler and not c++ compiler. Any... (by giblit)
by enemy
scanf, "%79s", what means 79?
Hello, ALl! Please, I am reading the tutorial and I don't understand what is the meaning of 79 in ne...
[3 replies] Last: #include <stdio.h> int main () { char str ; int i; printf ("... (by cire)
by dero
plz help me ..deleting a specific line in a text
hey all well I have been facing this problem for days and I don't seem to get an answer to it. I h...
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Un-reduced Fractions! PLS HELP!!
Hi Guys, I am supposed to write a program which can perform simple fraction arithmetic, however the ...
[1 reply] : Answer is int. Int is throwing out everything after the dot(e.g. when ... (by MatthewRock)
Help with double and float
whats the difference i know that 6.2 is a float and 99.99 is a double but when i make a calculato...
[1 reply] : Double number isn't number with two digits after dot. Float isn't a nu... (by MatthewRock)
by enemy
stack vs heap
Hello! Please, can U link here as many topics as possible about differences when programming usin...
[1 reply] : Not really, but you could google as many topics as possible and find i... (by MatthewRock)
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