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by LB
64-bit Chrome
For those of you interested in 64-bit Chrome, it's currently available in Chrome Beta: https://ww...
[4 replies] Last: It is the same 64-bit build (stable) on all platforms (well, on the BS... (by JLBorges)
by leo255
Would it be too much to be taking Calc III, Linear Algebra, ODE in the same semester?
Just curious what you guys think. It would be kinda nice to be almost completely done with all my m...
[5 replies] Last: Oh God, Linear Algebra was a nightmare for me (and my entire class, mi... (by ResidentBiscuit)
Unusual activities for a programmer (1,2)
So I was just curious as to if any people here do activities that you wouldn't suspect a person that...
[20 replies] Last: My employer has bought various class III weapons including a couple M1... (by Luke Leber)
Brute force password cracking algorithm challenge
Let us celebrate Christmas with friendly rivalry. The Rules - 1) Must be written in C++ 2) Pr...
[3 replies] Last: So what happens if it is upper case, if it has numbers, if it has oth... (by megatron 0)
Is this a good book to learn C++ from?
[3 replies] Last: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/388242/the-definitive-c-book-guide-... (by MiiNiPaa)
Chromebook Compiler/ Online Compiler
Does anyone know a good free compiler that would work online or on a chromebook? I need to find t...
[16 replies] Last: I would suggest CodePad.org, I use it to program on my crappy ds. (by popa6200)
Six word Poetry
We've had a thread like this that I quite liked: Tell a story in six words. I propose writing six...
[4 replies] Last: -Segfault Define the undefined; access the inaccessible. (by mjgeis)
Some handy-ish algorithms
Whilst I was derping around, I made a couple somewhat useful algorithms for finding info about shape...
[16 replies] Last: Yes and that pi button or constant variable have infinite digits..Bec... (by ezchgg)
How possible is it to find a job as an uneducated C++ programmer?
I've been going through teenage depression lately, and since I'm in electroengineering high school, ...
[17 replies] Last: I didn't feel that you have conveyed that message, Benji. (by Avilius)
by Duoas
Anyone use ConEmu?
I'm usually pretty comfortable at my default Windows Console (gasp! -- yes, I've got it pretty pimpe...
[19 replies] Last: LOL, do you know how many times I've read that? (Or mis -read that?)... (by Duoas)
Deleting/modifying old thread that is now archived?
I want to delete/modify an old thread that is now archived. It has a link to my personal website tha...
[6 replies] Last: [quote=Duoas]Remember, if it's yours, and you put it on the net, even ... (by Fredbill 30)
I want to get into embedded programming
As the title states, I'd like to start programming embedded systems. I'm really fascinated by roboti...
[15 replies] Last: Consider using a Breadboard... This way you won't risk stain blobs ove... (by EssGeEich)
Open Source vs Closed Source (1,2,3,4)
I was wondering. Which do you think is better? Open or Closed source?
[72 replies] Last: [quote=ResidentBiscuit]Is there ANY game, F2P or not, that isn't riddl... (by LB)
by Duoas
Shot in foot
Stupid std::replace() takes references . (And, conveniently, std::min() and std::max() also w...
[3 replies] Last: Casting to non-reference type helps too: replace( xs.begin(), xs.end... (by MiiNiPaa)
by Disch
Apparently I just won the PCH
That's right! Publisher's Clearing House, baby! So I get a call from Jamaica of all places and t...
[8 replies] Last: @Little Bobby Tables Nope windows 8. (by Fr0zen1)
by VikT
Effort estimations in software development projects survey at http://goo.gl/1G1aXr
I conduct a study about the actual use of effort estimations in software development projects and th...
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Farewell, Dr. Dobb's
[1 reply] : :( hes taught me alot. i learned assembly through him (by Little Bobby Tables)
unanswerable posts?
Does anyone else has a problem with this thread: http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/general/151039/#m...
[6 replies] Last: I thought it was decided that Firefox couldn't handle the empty code ... (by firedraco)
Thinking about writing a series of articles
So, Now I have some free time, I have been thinking about writing some well written, structured a...
[16 replies] Last: @Computergeek01 Hey, thank you for joining this thread. IMO you sho... (by megatron 0)
Why do you think some people resort to cheating on tests? (1,2)
I've just finished the final test in my c++ course, and quite frankly it was a very easy test (at le...
[24 replies] Last: @Uk Marine: So cheating is fine on hard tests? The point of a test is ... (by ModShop)
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