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Acces violation error
Hello guys. I am trying to make a program for my school project and I have no idea why i keep gettin...
[2 replies] Last: Consider using a C++ container, like a std::vector, for dealing with r... (by George P)
How are conditions checked?
Will the second part of an AND condition in an if statement be checked if the first one is false. So...
[4 replies] Last: So for example is there a difference in optimization in these these ... (by kigar64551)
Code help?
Not sure why but im getting a error saying "typ "int" unexpected" i tried setting gmsc to int dosen...
[10 replies] Last: Indeed. The "shadowing" is also called "masking". You were "lucky", co... (by keskiverto)
Hi! I am a newbie at C++ and would love to have some help in solving this problem.
I have searched far and wide and watched videos on YouTube on how to put a space in between words bu...
[5 replies] Last: Good morning! Unfortunately, I did everything I could and was not abl... (by heston987)
Track laps to miles
One lap around a standard high-school running track is exactly 0.25 miles. Define a function named L...
[2 replies] Last: Oh I see, It’s not the code that’s the problem, its the math. I w... (by RandomnessRamen)
sorting algorithm - acc coordinates
Could someone please advise or give some insights what would be the best way to sort many 3d points ...
[5 replies] Last: yes! thank you very much. I felt it should be smth like that, but coul... (by ragnarokas)
Opening game files and running them C++
Write your question here. I was wondering if someone could help me open some files to run a game.
[3 replies] Last: Do you mean compile the game files, right? (by NekoNeo)
solving one errors create new one
How is it possible that eclipse shoes me just one error. after i solve this it shows me 5 differen...
[14 replies] Last: The syntax highlighting in your IDE (e.g. Eclipse) tries to be "smar... (by kigar64551)
int array not being displayed in seperate function
I am having trouble getting my streams variable to display in the viewAlbums function, I dont know w...
[2 replies] Last: As a first refactor, possibly something like: #include <iostream> #... (by seeplus)
by Ganado
You will receive faster, better help if you format your source code to make it easier to read. How...
[2 replies] Last: What source code - another case of the disappearing poster! (by seeplus)
by janac
Degree symbol looks fine as console input but writes to file incorrectly
I need to enter the degree symbol as console input, like 55 °F This looks fine at the cons...
[7 replies] Last: The following is Windows-specific, but on Windows you could use GetCo... (by kigar64551)
Rewrtiting from Blowfish to AES
Hey everyone, I'm trying to recreate an older juce blowfish encryption to AES using the crypto++ lib...
[2 replies] Last: Yes Excuse me, so I'm doing encryption like this: StringEncryptor se ... (by wimvandenborre)
How do I implement a _getch() function instead of a cin function?
So I need help with a way to implement a _getch() function instead of a cin function in this Recursi...
[15 replies] Last: The parser code is predicated upon using a stream for input (and one t... (by seeplus)
Can someone tell me what im doing wrong?
Complete the function definition to return the hours given minutes. Output for sample program when t...
[2 replies] Last: One problem that stands out is you contracted to return a double from ... (by George P)
Sheet (1,2)
Hello, I'm a C++ beginner trying to solve this problem. You have a spreadsheet and some cells are...
[26 replies] Last: Thank you so much, I understand better now. (by satsat111)
recursive goldbach's conjecture
I've made a set of prime numbers and I'm trying to find the prime numbers that make up the number ...
[3 replies] Last: Apologies for the pedantry, but just to correct the concepts here: The... (by Ganado)
by Geckoo
srand(time(NULL)) and rand()
Hello everyone. I am playing with random numbers, trying to understand how srand() and rand() wo...
[9 replies] Last: Here's the header-only adaptation for my custom "random toolkit," I na... (by George P)
Exception has occurred. Segmentation fault error
I am getting error Exception has occurred. Segmentation fault on LINE 16. What is causing this error...
[2 replies] Last: Figured it out Thanks :) (by hamzaaz)
How do a use math operations using a linked list?
So I need help with making a linked list use math operations. I haven't got any code to do with the ...
[7 replies] Last: If you want to use a list like this (why??), then each node is probabl... (by seeplus)
How does sizeof work in C++?
Hello, I learned compiler doesn't memory allocation for class without an object. When we declare an...
[9 replies] Last: It has been proposed but it looks like there was no consensus to spend... (by Peter87)
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