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Welcome to this board!
 
Welcome to the forum for UNIX and Linux programmers in C++.com! In this forum, users can to talk ab...
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request for code review
 
Ladies and Gents, I need help, and I mean help in a big way. I've been working on my personal ...
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by gh0099
wanna measuring please help!
 
Hello, I want to measure the time my function use to execute. I was trying to use time() and clock()...
[11 replies] Last: its useless in the vast majority of coding, you are not wrong. Ill a... (by jonnin)
New Topics on this Site
 
I'm on a Fedora Linux and I find that I can't post new topics in any of the forums if I'm using fire...
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Compile .cc and .cpp files using single command in makefile
 
hello, I want to include .cc files in an existing embedded c++ SDK. There is a rule in the Makefi...
[4 replies] Last: Sorry to ask such a question, but what are you referring to? I assum... (by mbozzi)
by zxcvbn
Starting out PIC Programming
 
I've been looking into doing some PIC Programming, but unlike some of the other microcontrollers ava...
[1 reply] : Something easy to start out with is Arduino. There's an official IDE a... (by helios)
by siery
Unexpected behavior of ncurses printw()
 
Hej! I write a simple program using ncurses (that's the first time I use it), which should read the...
[4 replies] Last: I see I was because of this code: attron(A_ALTCHARSET); printw("a")... (by siery)
Compile Errors in Programming Assignment
 
I'm stuck on an assignment. For some reason, I keep getting compile errors. The project I'm working ...
[10 replies] Last: you can do it many ways. There is no conflicting info, it comes down ... (by jonnin)
Question on the use of Eigen::MatrixXf to form an array
 
As we know that in c++, the Eigen::MatrixXf can be used to define a Matrix with the dimension of (3*...
[3 replies] Last: Presumably you are referring to the Eigen template library, the online... (by Plover)
How to place multiple project in one list view in Xcode?
 
Dear friends, I am a beginner. I have used Python in Eclipse. One nice thing I like is that ...
[2 replies] Last: Thank you. Yes, I noticed Eclipse can and I installed the plug-in and ... (by landlord1984)
with question about grep
 
the command to enter the count of the number of emacs processes by all user when i enter ps -Af...
[5 replies] Last: What gives a hint? I don't think that neither ps nor grep should writ... (by keskiverto)
These small errors are driving me crazy
 
I am compiling with unix and getting these Errors: http://imgur.com/a/QYVUJ I can not find out how ...
[1 reply] : First off, please don't double-post. I know this is a bit of a gray ar... (by newbieg)
Intel Floating Point Math Library - Usage?
 
Is the Intel floating-point math library being used in the industry? Has it been generally accepted?...
[9 replies] Last: 2011 is a bit old for paid-for tools that may or may not be supported ... (by jonnin)
access large text file with index
 
How can i read large text file containing numbers with its index without first reading the hole data...
[9 replies] Last: OK, I'm jumping on the mmap bandwagon, especially if your data is not ... (by newbieg)
Book recommendation
 
What would be a good book that teaches linux programming? I was thinking about "The Linux Programmin...
[4 replies] Last: Golden Lizard I read the wiki for the book you mention, It looks like ... (by newbieg)
Makefile Help
 
Hi guys. I have three files. One of them is Fraction.h which has the class. Fraction.cpp has the met...
[12 replies] Last: I ran my makefile with your filenames. It generated the right stuff. ... (by kbw)
IDE -> Command Line
 
Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone knows a simple linux command line c++ comiler. Something like...
[8 replies] Last: If you have some experience with bash scripts, even just the minimal o... (by newbieg)
write char* converted from void * in stringstream
 
i am trying to first convert void* which conatained publish data into char * and then i am trying to...
[1 reply] : If you "know" it points to a char array, use static_cast. (by kbw)
Free-ing pointers returned from shared libraries compiled with different compiler
 
Hi, I am new to C++ and UNIX programming! I have a question. Is it safe for me to free a pointer ...
[3 replies] Last: Is it safe for me to free a pointer returned by a library compiled us... (by kbw)
makefile re-compiles program every time
 
I tried to make a makefile for a program I am working on, and it isn't behaving how it should. If I ...
[1 reply] : the `serial' rule does not create a `serial' file https://www.gnu.org/... (by ne555)
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