General C++ Programming - November 2019

by auzar
defined function
 
mind to explain this program for me? #include <iostream> using namespace std; static int i ...
[2 replies] Last: ^^ the program is likely a nonsense program to help you understand var... (by jonnin)
undefined reference/unresolved external symbol error
 
i have been stuck with this error for a while i tried lots of things and nothing worked yet any hel...
[8 replies] Last: can u tell me what is the difference between both of them ? There i... (by againtry)
Compare int to all entries in an enum
 
I have the following enum: enum WeaponClassID { CAK47 = 1, CDEagle = 46, CDecoyGrenade = 47, CF...
[5 replies] Last: dutch, your IsWeaponClassID method is elegant and fits my use quite we... (by beans42)
Printing 5 Non-Duplicate Random Numbers
 
Hello everyone. I am trying to print out a set of unique random integers in an array (e.g. 1 4 2 3 ...
[6 replies] Last: If you choose 5 numbers from 5 with a reject-if-seen-before approach t... (by lastchance)
by MISSP
If - Else statement skipping the if block
 
Hi, I am working on booking system and have added an if - else statement in my setRating function ...
[1 reply] : I don't see anything obviously wrong with the code. Post an example wh... (by helios)
AVL double rotation without doing two single rotations
 
I am writing a program that inserts nodes in to a tree and then attempts to balance whatever subtree...
[6 replies] Last: Thanks for the help. (by vaderboi)
How to use shared_from_this without having a pointer?
 
I am implementing my own version of Dancing Links, a 2D linked list. Dancing Links is based on Nodes...
[2 replies] Last: But the problem with this is that I have discovered that shared_from_... (by malibor)
instruct compiler to determine the overloaded function the coder like
 
How to instruct compiler to determine the overloaded function the coder wants among other OFs when ...
[5 replies] Last: > How to instruct compiler to determine the overloaded function the co... (by JLBorges)
XML Parsing using xerces
 
Hi All, Xerces version : 3.1.1 I am getting bad pointer when trying to get the node value. ...
[1 reply] : Where do you set node ? (by lastchance)
AVL double rotation without doing two single rotations
 
I am writing a program that inserts nodes in to a tree and then attempts to balance whatever subtree...
[1 reply] : Duplicate of http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/general/265792/ (by MikeyBoy)
by volang
How does find() work internally?
 
Functions such as find(), how do they work internally. Do they compare exactly every character in...
[7 replies] Last: The standard library makes it easy to use the Boyer–Moore and the ... (by Peter87)
Ill formatted array
 
#include <array> const int MAP_X = 3; const int MAP_Y = 4; template<typename T> class Til...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you! (by nuderobmonkey)
CRTP and Israel Joining the C++ ISO
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Inbal Levi. They first discuss some news including a new C++20 unit test...
[5 replies] Last: I'm not the one that reported, because it doesn't do shit, but it woul... (by Ganado)
for loop printing number and spaces
 
i am trying to print numbers like this 54321 5432 543 54 5 but its not printing th...
[5 replies] Last: #include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; int main()... (by lastchance)
by volang
POST request missing values. Handle with C++
 
Im trying to set up a web server that receives and handles a couple of http requests. Unfortunately,...
[1 reply] : See this: Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, br It looks like the cont... (by coder777)
Compile c++ library using node 12+
 
Hi Everyone, I am not a conversant c++ user, however, I have used this library before (https://git...
[7 replies] Last: Dear jonnin, Did you get a chance to help me out with compiling the l... (by rihabesx)
rand into variable
 
Hi, I'm new here and just started learning C++. I'm trying to recreate "Hang Man" game using only...
[2 replies] Last: char b1='_'; char b2='_'; char b3='_'; char b4='_'; char b5='_'; char... (by dhayden)
FAST protocol with FIX 4.4
 
I am newbie to C++ FIX engines Development and I would like to know if is possible use C++ FAST prot...
[4 replies] Last: Ok, never heard of FAST previously, but apparently, FAST is streamed c... (by kbw)
How to print a 2D visual of a BST from root to leaves?
 
I am having a hard time knowing how to print a 2D visual of a binary search tree from root to leaves...
[7 replies] Last: Slightly more reliable version. #include <iostream> #include <algori... (by lastchance)
by Dee5
CHALLENGE..have fun
 
Your flash disk with important school files was infected by an LHS virus. You have successfully scan...
[3 replies] Last: Use the command line for this kind of work: find flash-disk -name "*.... (by mbozzi)
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