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Galaxy Active Neo with 2GB RAM And Android 5.1 Lollipop OS!!
hey Guyzzz Samsung accounced Galaxy Active Neo smartphone packs with 4.50-inch covered with Corning ...
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by css416
Functions with Arrays
SAMPLE DIALOGUE: Type a string: abcde ojkl Encrypted: *bcd# +jkl Task is to replace all lette...
[1 reply] : If you're familiar with how arrays/vectors work, it'll be fairly simpl... (by YFGHNG)
by BH11
Storing user input
I understand the concept to make a code to ask a user to input variables, but how would i go about t...
[1 reply] : Vector, array, or list. Take your pick. Or if you wanna be fancy schma... (by YFGHNG)
by Chubby
I am trying to store same letter to same node. For example: Like say I have person, people is sent t...
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C++ "compiler" speed enhancements
Hi, it would be great to have a tool that enhances C++ compilation time, breaking it down to funct...
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by keeep
CCC Othello Problem
Been stuck trying to complete the 2006 problem 5 for 3 days, so i decide to suck in my pride look at...
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by rstout
simple OpenGL, but won't draw anything.
simple OpenGL, but won't draw anything. Suggestions?? How lucky you are to be reading my very fir...
[1 reply] : In review, I noticed I forgot to seed the RNG, but that should not pre... (by rstout)
help with importing into multiple arrays
I'm working on creating a program that will read a file with three lines of data. The lines are a st...
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float, double
for the number "3" are floats always denoted by 3.0 (plus) f .... = 3.0f are doubles always...
[1 reply] : The type of a floating literal is double unless explicitly specifie... (by JLBorges)
bitwise where
Hi, I've been studying bitwise ops lately but I don't know how to test this content on my own: fo...
[17 replies] Last: Strongly favour std::bitset<> over crude hacks involving C-style bit... (by JLBorges)
Needs help with validation
Hi guys, I need help with this programming assignment!! #include <iostream> #include <stdlib.h> #i...
[3 replies] Last: I would like to do a validation on characters for entering player's na... (by faithlumix)
header and math.h file
I've been experimenting with namespaces. Everything has gone well, and in the process a problem jump...
[6 replies] Last: OMG I thought for whatever reason it was 4 * 50 sorry... pow(4,50)= ... (by technologist)
How to declare a function
Hi! I'm new at C++ programming. I'm trying to declare a new function in my program, but I can't sol...
[1 reply] : Possible answers: int main(){ int NiterMax=10000; // numero ite... (by sergiofevr)
by Qub1
Forward declaration being ignored?
Hello, I have the below class (which is basically a wrapper for std::vector), and one of the functi...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks for the help! That's the thing though, only that function shou... (by Qub1)
matrix multiplication
I have 2 arrays a & b. They are the same length. I want to multiply one array by the other. I have a...
[5 replies] Last: not with x , the characters to overload are limited. (by Ericool)
Returning char array
I have a class which contains these private members: char firstName ; char lastName ; and a m...
[1 reply] : char* getfirstname() const{return firstname;} (by Ericool)
Xcode shows MAX as an undeclared identifier
Hello, VS 13 in Windows can run the following program without any error message whereas Xcode in Ma...
[5 replies] Last: Some header included somewhere defined the symbol 'MAX'. Probably a Wi... (by helios)
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