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Multiplication with linked list hw
I'm trying to finish a hw where one of the requirement is a method that takes in two linked lists, m...
[4 replies] Last: Your carry calculations are too complex. carry = value / 10; Use -- ... (by dhayden)
take argument from command line
EDIT: I have made it get my 2 numbers, but now it will not do any of the calculations. Updated code....
[2 replies] Last: I should've clarified a little better. I do know how the arguments are... (by EllMickey)
Withdraw numeral amount
Hey, everyone, I am trying to create a code that outputs a certain amount of money but can't be less...
[1 reply] : @hendrix33 A few small problems with this code and the text. if (i... (by whitenite1)
Algorithms in C++ example_06
Can anyone explain a bit closer to meg what does the function roterVenstre()do, or actually how does...
[1 reply] : void roterVenstre(int a , int i) { // Roterer elementer mot venstre. i... (by jonnin)
Algorithms in C++
I am reading the book algorithms in C++ from Robert Sedgewick Page 112 about Distribution Counting ...
[1 reply] : count[a ] a is being used as an index into count. lets take a simple... (by jonnin)
I Needed very very basic collision detection
Hi guys . I developing a game engine from scratch but i dont know how to add collision detection i g...
[2 replies] Last: the fastest and most basic is just a radius. grab the center of your ... (by jonnin)
The correct approach in building network applications
Hey there! I've been wondering, what is the correct way to create a network app nowadays? Are there ...
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Program that converts a month and a date to a day of the year.
I have to modify the code below to make it work, so when the user types in a month and a date, it co...
[1 reply] : If you ignore leap years, its a fixed computation. make a lookup tabl... (by jonnin)
Why does forward need a remove_reference?
Hi, Looking at the definition of std::forward, I do not understand why it is necessary to specify...
[1 reply] : See http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2010/n3143.html... (by Cubbi)
by nre17
when i run it it reads the abort line.
//Nicholas El Habr //201800512 #include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; int ...
[1 reply] : Are you aware of how to pass command-line arguments? Open the directo... (by Ganado)
In C++ how to call Windows "Disk Management" and wait until it is closed (completed)
I'm using Visual Studio 2019 Community. I'm trying to call the Windows 10 program "Disk Management...
[9 replies] Last: [quote=tigerlcf]cmd /c start /wait diskmgmt.msc Works like I want it t... (by Ganado)
Conflicting data types messing up output
I am trying to split binary values into an istringstream and calculate its decimal equivalent into t...
[2 replies] Last: My apologies, I don't know why I went ahead and overcomplicated the ma... (by ddrackley1141)
Expected primary-expressions before 'int' errors
Whenever I try to compile and run the code I get an "expected primary-expression before 'int'" error...
[2 replies] Last: > fill_array(int array ); You only need name the array in question... (by salem c)
Parsing data slow in Windows
I've posted here recently about reading from a text file and parsing into a vector. I've noticed, af...
[17 replies] Last: Your file is literally a list of numbers (integers and floating points... (by Duthomhas)
Design in C++11/14/17
Dear experts, I suppose that there exist proper design beyond conventional object oriented progra...
[9 replies] Last: Dear Niccolo Thank you for your telling great strategy, I keep in min... (by Mitsuru)
by Odglog
Are there any cross-platform console APIs?
Hello So I made a text-based game in the console, I used some Win32 API magic in order to do some o...
[9 replies] Last: Thank you so much for the help! :) (by Odglog)
Overloading question
Hi, I have the following 2 overloaded functions: void f(int&& x) { cout << "f(int&&)\n";...
[5 replies] Last: I got it. In the sample where an instance of X has a lock to be releas... (by JUANDENT)
C++ Extensions
Rob and Jason are joined by Miro Knejp. They first discuss a blog post from Tanker covering their st...
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by lexa19
When to dynamically allocate objects?
Hi! I am new to this forum and to C++ programming, which I fell in love with :). My question is....I...
[15 replies] Last: thx :) (by lexa19)
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