General C++ Programming (Page 5)

by tmason
Accessing and working with std::vector from multiple threads ...
Hello, I have a vector that I would like to access and work with from multiple threads. I have crea...
[1 reply] : You need to put a mutex around access to the vector. See http://www.cp... (by dhayden)
String comparison
#include <iostream> #include <iomanip> #include <cstdlib> #include <string> #include <cstring> ...
[7 replies] Last: Thanks. I appreciate your help, and everyone else as well. (by VibeNFlow)
Bitset Limitation
Is bitset limited to 32 bits?
[3 replies] Last: How do I make Borland C++ Builder compile using the C+11 standards? (by jrfrago)
Nested For Loop: Vertical (*) Triangles
I can't figure this out. I have to place two asterisk triangles on top of each other BUT only using ...
[7 replies] Last: That was what Albatross had suggested. This is what Darkmaster had su... (by JLBorges)
256 bit integer
Is there any header file that supports 256 bit integer?
[4 replies] Last: Thanks. That is impressive. (by jrfrago)
Singly Linked List problem
Hi i am trying to figure out how to make a singly linked list class. I am having trouble with some o...
[7 replies] Last: The header file in your original post has // size of the list int ... (by dhayden)
by yo2xia
how do I get non-singular matrix using C++ Eigen QR decomposition
Here is the code I run in C++ using Eigen library ColPivHouseholderQR decomposition, and I have got ...
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Visual Studio 2013 - Force C89
Is there a way I can force Visual Studio 2013 to only compile C89 compliant C?
[4 replies] Last: The llvm toolchain can be used from Visual Studio; it integrates quite... (by JLBorges)
Math and caves
I need to randomly draw caves... I have written a program which does the opposite of what I need it ...
[3 replies] Last: Never mind, I don't need the solution anymore, I'll draw something els... (by RealGiganitris)
Newton Raphson for finding square roots
I am trying to use the newton raphson method for finding square roots. Considering the function f(x)...
[1 reply] : That isn't the Newton-Raphson formula for finding roots. Step 1: take... (by Duoas)
help with function
My cdrw_terminate () function is not working properly. So the arrival() function generates process a...
[7 replies] Last: I'm having issues with crdw_terminate() function, the problem is after... (by Stephanie)
string functions
need help implementing these duties : s – search This option will allow the user to search for...
[5 replies] Last: for this assignment i have to stick to c strings. here is what i hav... (by NicoFlowProductions)
Dice Game help
I have a really simple issue and I can't seem to get it. My only issue is getting it to print out a...
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please anyone just tell me how to right this litttle function??!!
function next_garde to generates 20 random exam grades (between 20 and 100 , and 60 is the passing ...
[8 replies] Last: When there is an operating system (which is most cases), where does a ... (by pheininger)
Using virtual functions in base classes
I recall when I first started playing with C++ I was told that you should never use virtual function...
[9 replies] Last: By the way, another thing that changed since the 90s is the amount of ... (by Cubbi)
basic polymorphism help
I am making a very basic parent/child class based program that shows polymorphism. It does not compi...
[4 replies] Last: Pretty much sums it all up. Thanks poteto. (by dub1987)
Please help me with this function!!!!
I've been trying to make a sorted list with x random numbers (the user chooses how many random numbe...
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Best up to date C++ compiler
What are a few. I am currently using a very outdated version called dev c++
[5 replies] Last: giblit , I assumed he was talking about ide's, since he mentioned dev... (by zoran404)
question went to another post
i moved the question to another post with the same code...
[8 replies] Last: yeah i know ... but we didn`t learn that yet!! i`m still a beginner !!... (by deepestblue)
Posting parts of a code on vectors. Cant understand whats going on.
#include <iostream> 9 #include <vector> 10 class A { 11 public: 12 A(); // Default constructor ...
[1 reply] : And what your question is? Note: ~A() NOT called. Why not? Because a... (by MiiNiPaa)
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