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Welcome to this board!
Welcome to the lounge forum in C++.com! In this forum, users can to talk about topics other than pr...
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by Zoroeh
Temp work tips for programmers
Hello, I am looking for tips regarding my situation. I recently completed my computer science studie...
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A big doubt
Since many of u would have solved the January challenge codechef I just wanted to know what is the u...
[9 replies] Last: wow tnx for ur reply:) (by LordRiddle)
The Rise of Microsoft Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code usage is rising rapidly! VS Code is now the editor chosen by the majority of engi...
[10 replies] Last: Circa 1980 is when my local uni would have had one machine (availabl... (by Ganado)
What language was hardest for you to grasp?
Which coding language was the intricate for you to learn?
[7 replies] Last: Hardest for me is X86 assembler, probably because I use it so rarely a... (by AbstractionAnon)
How to Slow Down to Go Faster Than Ever in Software Development
[1 reply] : There is never enough time to do something correctly the first time, b... (by FurryGuy)
PVS-Studio and Bug Bounties on Free and Open Source Software
In January, the EU is launching another big hunt for bugs in open-source software projects with the ...
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by Grime
Why does compiled take more RAM than interpreted
I don't get it.. Both should take the same memory for the same code right?
[14 replies] Last: To clarify, my answer "no, that's not how executables work" was in res... (by helios)
large quantity of small size data sets or vice versa?
I'm not well versed in data structure but curious when do you use large quantity of small size data ...
[9 replies] Last: While you're busy packing your data, you might be expanding the number... (by salem c)
May the best of your past be the worst of your future. Happy New Year.
[10 replies] Last: May your best wishes be granted in 2019 !) (by mycuser)
by Grime
What do you use programming for outside your job?
I know some of you do really cool stuff. Now's ye time to shine maties.
[13 replies] Last: My biggest project is a reimplemention the OS used in HP hand-held cal... (by dhayden)
Important: Site bug
Pasting huge data causes data to go beyond the webpage. Take a look- http://www.cplusplus.com/for...
[2 replies] Last: The whole point of using the preformatted tags (e.g. code, output), is... (by MikeyBoy)
strtok_s missing from reference guide?
I see the non-thread-safe (not even nested for-loop safe) strtok() listed on the reference guide. Bu...
[1 reply] : cplusplus is years out of date, a better reference is available at cpp... (by FurryGuy)
Benefit of competitive programming
What is the use of competitive programming in real life? Why are competitive programmers being offer...
[6 replies] Last: Sounds like a repeat of the 90s/2000s interview brain teasers. "When ... (by helios)
Where is the admin?
Does the admin exist anymore? Just curious
[2 replies] Last: The rumor is that he uses two (or more) accounts, one for official not... (by Computergeek01)
by Grime
Best programming language for competitive programming?
Is C++ used often?
[3 replies] Last: C++ might be the fastest, but it's rather bare bones which is a proble... (by Thomas1965)
Python at Microsoft: flying under the radar
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C++ book reviews
Hello everyone. That's what I miss the most in my web surfing. There are quite a few threads about...
[6 replies] Last: Hello all, I get the idea as I review all reponses that I need ( more ... (by mycuser)
Programming languages, to which market they are oriented
When we search the 10 most searched programming languages ​​in Google, we find a generality seen...
[11 replies] Last: Sorry if it's breaking a rule or something (I don't know if it counts ... (by Grime)
Report: Despite High JavaScript Demand, Student Devs Learning Ruby and Python
Despite a gap between the supply of available JavaScript talent and enterprise demand for such skil...
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