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  1. Thread: Creating a class

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    All we have is this: class DynamicFraction...

    All we have is this:



    class DynamicFraction
    {
    public:
    //Filling in Constructors and Destructors; Proper getters and setters; Required utilities and operator functions

    private:
  2. Thread: Creating a class

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    Creating a class

    So I'm new to this whole class thing. My prof gave me a main function and asked us to derive class defenitions and stuff. Main is as follows:


    int main( void ) //do not change or modify this...
  3. Thread: Linker Error

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    OOOOH. That worked. :D But what if I wanted to...

    OOOOH. That worked. :D

    But what if I wanted to do the same thing by calling compare(); as a non-member function?

    Edit: just read what swoopy said. Be back after going over mah code.

    Edit2: I...
  4. Thread: Linker Error

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    So where would I add "iZ = frA.compare (frB);" in...

    So where would I add "iZ = frA.compare (frB);" in the second program? I added it just before "iZ = compare (frA, frB);" and it didn't work
  5. Thread: Linker Error

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    Sorry about that, CornedBee. My error: ...

    Sorry about that, CornedBee.

    My error:

    Linking...
    cis25Fall2007AmolMundayoorPostlabEx1.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol "public: int __thiscall Fraction::compare(class...
  6. Thread: Linker Error

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    So I've been working with classes for a while....

    So I've been working with classes for a while. After fiddling around, I came up with two instances of code that pretty much did the same thing. I wanted one to be using a member function and the...
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    It does indeed clarify a lot. But I still have a...

    It does indeed clarify a lot. But I still have a couple more questions...

    1) Shouldn't

    int &a = b; // a references b.
    be

    int a& = b; // a references b.

    2) If I swap the address of...
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    I know that the "*" is a dereferencing thingy,...

    I know that the "*" is a dereferencing thingy, and this is how I think about it:



    Is that a wrong way to think about it?

    And for the first one:
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    I see =) Thanks for all the input. I've been...

    I see =) Thanks for all the input.

    I've been reading about pointers, and there's something that has been bothering me and driving me nuts. What exactly does a pointer point to? To the address in...
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    OH! should I have to write it like so: ...

    OH!

    should I have to write it like so:


    (a>b),(c>d)

    @Daved: You mean cout outside of the ternary operator? Can you give me an example? :(
  11. Thread: lots of freeware

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    Sticky: I personally LOVE Notepad++...

    I personally LOVE Notepad++
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    Is there a way I can sort 3 integers using only...

    Is there a way I can sort 3 integers using only the ternary operator and the usual <, <=, >, >=, ==, != ? My prof wants it for 4 integers, but I can't seem to figure out how to compare 3 digits with...
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    Well my trouble is I just don't know what exactly...

    Well my trouble is I just don't know what exactly those void swap( ); thingy does. If used correctly, what is it supposed to do?
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    Well our prof had asked this question in class: ...

    Well our prof had asked this question in class:

    (1) Given that the following prototypes are given in some program. What would and may be potential problems from each of the following function...
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    Sorry for the late reply :). It'll be my pleasure...

    Sorry for the late reply :). It'll be my pleasure to post it here.


    #include <iostream>
    #include <string>
    #include <limits>
    using namespace std;

    int main ()
    {
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    Oh man, I ran into so much trouble trying to come...

    Oh man, I ran into so much trouble trying to come up with solutions as to why I couldn't just copy paste your code. Copy pasting is baaaaad, but in the end a lot of good came off of it as I knew more...
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    matsp, I'm sorry to say that what you said went...

    matsp, I'm sorry to say that what you said went way off the top of my head :p

    After a lot of googling, I came across this code chunk, but I've bolded and underlined parts that I don't get:

    ...
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    I still haven't figured out the n-digit part, but...

    I still haven't figured out the n-digit part, but I'll take care of it later. I was attempting to modify the program even more, for example, giving feedback when you enter a float I want my program...
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    That's interesting, because I've never come...

    That's interesting, because I've never come across a for-while loop before.

    What if I wanted my program to accept an n-digit integer instead of a 5-digit integer (I didn't know how to solve it...
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    OHHHH, I see what I was doing wrong. After...

    OHHHH, I see what I was doing wrong. After fiddling with the for loop, I couldn't come up with something that actually worked. It's kind of a bummer to me that my for loop didn't work, but I made a...
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    I was hoping to use iSumDump as a temp value. I...

    I was hoping to use iSumDump as a temp value. I wanted to keep storing the remainders of teh division in iSumDump and keep adding to iSum. For example,

    If the number is 94602, I want iSumDump to...
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    So I have this homework assignment that's due on...

    So I have this homework assignment that's due on Friday, and I had started working on it. Basically what we have to do is accept a number (like 95468) and write a program that outputs the sum of the...
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    Thanks for both the replies, MacGyver and matsp...

    Thanks for both the replies, MacGyver and matsp :) I now have an understanding of it and pray they don't go away.

    About the getline function - can you use it to store a string in an array? For...
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    N00b to C++ here, have some general questions.

    So I've been taking a C++ in school and sometimes it seems like I've to turn to sources other than my prof for help. Hence after some googling, I'm here. Now I have a few questions.

    I've been...
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