C++ Functions

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    Question C++ Functions

    I was wondering if any of you would know of a site that would have a table or list of all c++ functions and a desciption of what they do?

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    Thanks

    Man that was quick. Im going to reg to this board hehe

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    Not bad the site

    Thanks

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    Any other site?

    That site isnt bad but it is related to there own library and stuff. The thing is im learning c++ right now and while i was at work I was wondering if there was a site I could check that had more info on most common functions used in c++

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    What do you mean? I've never had a problem with that site at all... If you want the corresponding functions in C:

    http://www.dinkumware.com/htm_cl/index.html

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    Well im not arguing hehe. Im a real newbie at c++. to tell you how noobie i am, im reading c++ for dummies

    So I didnt want to offend you or anything but maybe I just asked the wrong question. hehe I dont even have my book here to show you an example of the syntax. hehe i suck badly. let me look around to see if i can find an example somewhere to post it here to show u an example.

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    You answered my question without even knowing hehe. I get it now. maybe hehe. let me see if i get it hehe.

    functions are determine by the header you use.

    If i use iostream.h then i have access to cin, cout etc.. the functions that come with iostream.h

    Am i close?

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    Anyone

    Anyone can tell me if the above is exact?

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    vocab word: prototypes
    they tell the program beforehand what functions there are. for instance:
    Code:
    int foo(char bar);
    the header files, like iostream, stdio, stdlib, math,cstring, etc have prototypes. the actual code which does something is hidden in the compiler library and varies from compiler to compiler.

    in short: yes.

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    yeah

    that's right.....and if you decide to throw in another header like <stdio.h> then you'll have access cin, cout, and other commands like printf, scanf, and many more also...

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    Thanks guys.

    i love this language and Im learning it very slowly. c++ for dummies is very good and does require you have any base programmer skills

    But this site is gonna be a must for me as I go and need help with debug or major blocks I will have in my learning journey.

    Any site you know that can help me with basic c++ help? or tutorials?

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    u can try this one .. its good

    www.cplusplus.com
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    Bulgarian teenagers

    howdy,
    try the Bulgarian teenagers at
    http://cpp-home.com

    they are pretty good.

    say hi to loobian while your there.

    M.R.

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    Wow these are great links. Im bookmarking it as they come hehe.

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