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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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Buffer overflow problem
 
Hi Guys, I'm playing around with memory and trying to get a deeper understanding of how things fu...
[18 replies] Last: The AutoZoners App furnishes you access to information about your bene... (by klajyopl)
by Satan
Are you male/female/other
 
Let's see the sex ratio of people who reply to this thread. I'm male.
[7 replies] Last: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_differences_in_humans I think the m... (by againtry)
Solid State Drives and memory
 
Hey guys, So got an interesting topic. I'm watching the crash course computer science playlist on Y...
[13 replies] Last: https://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/storage-hardware/ssd-in-enterpr... (by againtry)
Is this site getting an update for C++ after C++11?
 
This site seem only to reference is only up to C++11. Newer standards have introduce newer C++ stand...
[2 replies] Last: This site covers C++14, but is unlikely to be updated now to cover C++... (by seeplus)
Circumcision is for dicks
 
Excuse the pun of this title (I couldn't resist) and please note that I mean absolutely no disrespec...
[12 replies] Last: @coder777 Not only boys but also girls are affected by this criminal... (by KunjeeB)
by helios
How to find the noise floor?
 
I have a data source that at times produces very clean output and at other times produces noisier ou...
[13 replies] Last: Ah, screw it. I'll just use a multiple of the moving standard deviatio... (by helios)
Fingerprint Violation (1,2)
 
Greetings fellow cplusplusers - long time no speak. Has any of you guys heard about the fingerpri...
[38 replies] Last: you got me here :) Not at all. Risk management is not a zero-sum gam... (by againtry)
Should I learn an easier language first?
 
I am interested in learning a programming lamguage, but I've heard C++ is harder than C# and similar...
[7 replies] Last: It really depends on what you want to actually accomplish. Python and ... (by cowolter)
Question about the Code:Blocks IDE
 
I recently install Code::Blocks on my Linux machine. It was trivial then I set up a project using CM...
[3 replies] Last: I'm using Code:Blocks 16.01 The latest C::B is 20.03, released back ... (by Furry Guy)
Company that I work for is moving to "subscription licensing", which I don't want to support. Should I quit?
 
Time appropriate greetings everybody! I hope this is the right "sub forum" for "offtopic" stuff lik...
[18 replies] Last: Bazinga it's back on again - Deviance v6.1.1 out now, groomers (by againtry)
Charles Petzold diagram confusion
 
This may belong in the lounge but it is related to programming all be it at a much lower level. I...
[17 replies] Last: @Ganado oh nice, never knew that, exactly what I'll do @Dutch now it... (by adam2016)
How does a router determine internal ip address
 
let's say we have a local address of 192.168.10.3 and we want to send a packet to 18.2.*.1 on port 2...
[6 replies] Last: makes sense thanks Helios :) (by adam2016)
NetCat and TCP
 
Hi guys, I think I have some misunderstandings when it comes to the TCP protocol. Netcat uses TCP ...
[3 replies] Last: Thanks guys that makes sense :) (by adam2016)
Why does this website not have "https"?
 
Time appropriate greetings everybody, ever since I first discovered this site a week or two ago I...
[13 replies] Last: The counter and preview work when replying to an already existing thre... (by Furry Guy)
I want to delete my archived post
 
Hello, How do you delete archived posts on the forum? Is there somebody I can contact? I want to de...
[7 replies] Last: Thank you all (by Talcott)
Trials and tribulations of Covid-19 Data Reporting
 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-54423988 I love my country - but sometimes its computer-pro...
[4 replies] Last: They used .xls files?? Sheesh!! Everyone knows you should use .dbf fi... (by dhayden)
Zero Login
 
So who else here has actually checked out the white paper for this? Found here: https://www.secura.c...
[3 replies] Last: Zerologon is significantly worse, but don't take my word for it. Using... (by Albatross)
Disclaimer when writing software that can be used for harm
 
Hi I was wondering if anyone knows anything about disclaimers when it comes to software that may pot...
[4 replies] Last: Thank you all for the good replies! I am now certain that it isn't a g... (by An Integer)
by zapshe
Javascript Interview!?
 
Heyyyy ;-; I have an interview on Friday with a company that primarily codes in Javascript. I've ...
[19 replies] Last: f it's the type of place where they want people just to go off and co... (by Cubbi)
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