General C++ Programming (Page 41)

Super confused C++
I figured it out :)
[1 reply] : It looks like this person can help you: (by LB)
by Ritik
Books on software building in C++
Are there any books that explain the building of a software? I don't mean a book that teaches the ba...
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searching vector with maps
Currently im creating a simple phone directory. I am having a problem when searching the vector. It ...
[1 reply] : It is not trivial matter. I suggest you to read on Levenshtein distanc... (by MiiNiPaa)
Binary search help
need help implementing a binary search on the sorted numbers and then adding a value returning funct...
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by bebu
.exe has stopped working windows is looking for a solution
I am trying to write a program that reads from a file, puts the words into an array counts how many ...
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help me understand this code
recursive codes have an evaluating condition that is checked for exiting the loop, this procedure do...
[4 replies] Last: oh i see it now . .thanks a lot (by aliyesami)
Heap viewer?
Hi, I used a heap viewer to check for memory leaks. I have many of them and its hard to find out w...
[4 replies] Last: Ok cheers (by danielmccarthy)
pointer question?
In my game server if I have a Player object and it is stored and pointed to with a shared_ptr in the...
[3 replies] Last: Please reply to the original thread.[quote=Krisando]It would crash if ... (by LB)
by joej
Private inheritance multiple times from same class
Hi, I've been working on a program that uses a reference counting class that I've written which wor...
[7 replies] Last: Ah ok, thanks! (by joej)
shared pointer dropping?
Hi, Is their a way to completely drop a shared_ptr. Then it will delete the memory and NULL all po...
[4 replies] Last: Haha thats brilliant! Thanks guys for your help (by danielmccarthy)
Population Calculator
Hello programmers. I have a few questions about a program I wrote using Visual Studio Express: T...
[1 reply] : [quote=powell80]In a do/while loop. Can you tell it to do multiple thi... (by LB)
Need help with class functions
So I have an object of class NRG (Normal Rand Genrator) which takes, as an argument to it's construc...
[3 replies] Last: I generally prefer defining things inside the class body because it is... (by LB)
Char*, char[] and std::string
I have a question about the above types. There is a lot of complication when dealing with the conver...
[1 reply] : std::string is C++ only, whereas many APIs are written in C. Conver... (by LB)
by stfu01
Hello! Please help me with "while" statement please!
Develop a C++ program that will determine whether a department-store customer has exceeded the credi...
[6 replies] Last: Uhm , yeah sort of xD Well , can u please tell me how to run a program... (by stfu01)
Black Scholes Loop for Spot/Volatility Values
I have the following question: "There are three variables of interest: T - t, S, vol. If T- t is ...
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heap Implementation in c++
hey, I am trying to implement a minHeap data structure in c++. I have made a heap class.But I am a b...
[2 replies] Last: @ Rabindra Hota He is trying to implement a heap data structure, no... (by Smac89)
Simple Loop through vectors
This is probably a very basic question, but I need to create two vectors and then loop through the v...
[1 reply] : int step1, min1, max1 step2, min2, max2; //Initialise variables /... (by MiiNiPaa)
Storing std::functions in STL container?
I've a bunch of delegate factories, defined as Lambdas using different arguments, i.e.: std::f...
[6 replies] Last: Howdy, what a creazy stuff! This is going in the direction I want to h... (by hellhound)
glGenFramebuffers crashes
Hi again, as already told in the thread i'm curr...
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MinGW / OpenGL linking-problem
Hi there, i'm currently lerning OpenGL-Programming with dev-cpp / MinGW-Compiler. While workin...
[5 replies] Last: Seems that i found a solution: I did not use the "glGetString"-functi... (by artganseforth)
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