General C++ Programming (Page 4)

by keekee
(*this)
 
Would anyone help the following declaration: class Foo { int test1(); std::string test2(); ...
[2 replies] Last: this is a pointer to this instance, while the * in front, as with othe... (by icy1)
Looping Issues
 
Good Afternoon, I am currently trying to write a console application that allows a user to input...
[1 reply] : SOLVED The char_type variable I had for incrementing wasn't actual... (by bradltr95)
map struct
 
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[1 reply] : Perhaps try recursive approach? #include <iostream> #include <iomani... (by icy1)
by CFLam
Access same elements in array/vector through different ways
 
Hello all, In C++, is there any data structure allow me to access the elements in array/vector t...
[4 replies] Last: you can use an enum to name array/vector locations. enum locs { he... (by jonnin)
by Hco123
"recipe for target failed" Problem
 
Hey there everyone! What i'm trying to do: so my mission is to write a program that will manage an...
[2 replies] Last: Ok good to know! i'll change that and i hope this would be the solutio... (by Hco123)
by Lex33
Array (1,2,3,4)
 
The task is to implement the function void CTempSensor::calculateMinMaxTemp() .In the function I ...
[73 replies] Last: I don't understand how you can not know the answer to my question. It... (by MikeyBoy)
google mock won't test correctly
 
Hey y'all, I'm trying to mock an interface using google mock, but keep getting wrong results when...
[1 reply] : 1) Please use code tags when posting code, to make it readable: http:... (by MikeyBoy)
Boost thread thread id
 
I am aware of boost thread get_id() function but still How can i manually assign a thread id/thread...
[1 reply] : I don't think that is possible. (by Peter87)
Help with map program
 
Fixing bugs in program. Will re-upload any other questions in a separate post.
[6 replies] Last: and does it need to touch each node once or not? (by jonnin)
Understanding random seed
 
Hey everyone. Lets say I have a class which has multiple member functions which utilizes rand() %...
[2 replies] Last: Unless you want to later repeat the sequence of random numbers it's be... (by Peter87)
adding in random numbers
 
How would I go about adding in random numbers (1s and 0s) instead of prompting the user for every si...
[3 replies] Last: Why have you posted two threads with basically same question? http://w... (by keskiverto)
Help with image program (CImg)
 
I have been working on a program that takes a binary file, gets the size on bytes (always makes it a...
[1 reply] : You are using the string "entrada" when you mean to use the variable n... (by tpb)
A simple program for:
 
Let user input a sentence, and two numbers. Lets each alphabet assigned a number rank,(from increasi...
[1 reply] : #include<iostream> using namespace std; int main() { cout<< "Type... (by CommandoTeeJ)
solved
 
solved
[8 replies] Last: I love that someone deleted the religious garbage, though! (by tpb)
any one Help I have an Exam tomorow pls assist to understand the following questions please please please
 
Been working on this question I am nt sure if im doing the right theng please help 4 1 Write the ...
[5 replies] Last: Thanks a lot I guess I deserve to be called such and wonder if you wer... (by isthelord)
c++
 
guys am new in coding,i can anyone guide me in learning C++ language.
[3 replies] Last: Here you go. http://LearnCPP.com (by SamuelAdams)
can't download <iostream>
 
I can' get a clean download of this C++ library no matter where I try.
[7 replies] Last: The standard defines two different kinds of C++ implementations: host... (by JLBorges)
Sorting string array
 
Dear all, I have been working on a project, I am still at the beginning, one of the tasks is to ta...
[9 replies] Last: could you help me with optional one problem and there should be no m... (by ahmedm512)
Libxml2 not loading xml file greater than 2 GB
 
I am using libxml2 in my project. I have xml data file greater than 2GB. Problem I am facing is its...
[3 replies] Last: I agree, it has to be supported, but I don't know this one. What litt... (by jonnin)
Why is it sometimes necessary to cast to (void)?
 
Hi, I have this code from a book, but do not understand why there are so many casts to (void): ...
[10 replies] Last: Cheers, thanks for that Max :+D The extra context makes it easier to ... (by TheIdeasMan)
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