General C++ Programming (Page 3)

How to create a simple e encryption and decryption program.
 
Write a program to do simple encryption and decryption. Encryption basically means to convert the m...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks for your reply! Could you help me produce a code for this progr... (by stevehan)
Can someone help me process this file please
 
Hello all, This is my first big project in college as a computer scientist involving everything t...
[1 reply] : Here is the file that I am supposed to be processing enter 3 06:30 Fo... (by vaze159)
Command Line Arguments in VS2013
 
I know you go the the debugger and pass them in. I just need to know the syntax. I know &(ProjectDir...
[2 replies] Last: If the text file is in the same directory as your source files, just u... (by cire)
by chhe
boost help
 
Hi I'm trying to get the boost library working. I built the library and using codeblocks as my IDE I...
[2 replies] Last: > added C:\Lib\boost_1_55_0\boost to search directories in compiler A... (by JLBorges)
by km2594
String comparison help
 
I am not able to compare two strings. Please help. The password part. My aim is i give a default pa...
[1 reply] : Neither pass nor p are null-terminated, so strcmp() is going to read o... (by Zhuge)
Mongodb connection #include problems
 
Hey guys, I got the mongoshell and Json file all set up. I need help connecting Mongodb to C++ I ty...
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Namespace scope
 
If I have a header and a few class like this: namespace ns { class Human; class Animal;...
[2 replies] Last: I think so. Thanks (by dleanjeanz)
by bonita
stringstream
 
hi guys i am so exausted wit this. I trying to get input from the user and split into words that sep...
[2 replies] Last: Thanks a lot that worked out. and i am not brazillian (by bonita)
Invalid conversion from int to int*
 
I'm using a MinGW compiler on Windows XP. Would anyone know why this would cause an error. The e...
[4 replies] Last: So if I understand correctly the compiler will see the 5 as a memory l... (by dominover)
nested selection
 
event................. red house.............. blue house........... yellow house Chess .........
[3 replies] Last: OK, but please post the C++ program you've written so far for your hom... (by wildblue)
Questions about my classes and inheritance
 
Hello all, after around a week trying to figure out one of the two homeworks I was assigned I dec...
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Auto Align
 
Dear C++ Community, Is there a way to auto align a cpp file?
[7 replies] Last: Ok thanks. Maybe when I get a tutor he can help me with setting up the... (by demondiamond)
function call, header, and prototypes!
 
I'm writing a code for the problem below and I have two issues a- function header, prototypes, and c...
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Problem with string array sorting
 
I am trying to read information in from a file, each line of which contains a name in the form 'last...
[2 replies] Last: In looking at the code further, I see a couple of problems... for the... (by markj)
Copying a list to a vector
 
is there any way to copy an entire list to a vector? would make my life much easier
[2 replies] Last: std::copy in <algorithim> should work (by Little Bobby Tables)
Deleting the line numbers in C++
 
Does anybody know how to get around having to delete each number if I was to copy and paste a header...
[2 replies] Last: Im sry I don't know what you mean "with your installation". I cannot d... (by demondiamond)
Problem reading 10 000 binary files
 
Hi Windows 7, 64 bits, Visual Studio 10. I have a problem to read a large number of binary files, ...
[4 replies] Last: You may need to increase a resource- the number of file handles in th... (by markj)
Need help! Error within class
 
How can i fix this issue? currently i have my public/private class constructed and now trying to ju...
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by iFuz
Crash Help
 
I'm trying to make an templated class of List and trying to make a list of Students(another class) w...
[1 reply] : Student(char *n = 0, int r = 0) { rollno = r; name = new char[s... (by ne555)
can anybody help me this code give the error!
 
#include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; /* ******************** getSize ***...
[4 replies] Last: Realize that variables that are declared inside a function are complet... (by long double main)
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