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    the brackets.. watch your opening and closing...

    the brackets.. watch your opening and closing brackets for calculations(). You missed something there dude.
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    haha..

    Believe me dude Salem is the only REAL programmer we have in this forum... :)
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    strtok

    axon,
    I suggest you to use strtok(). Read it about it here. There are also other docs which may matter to you.

    http://www.gnu.org/manual/glibc-2.2.5/html_mono/libc.html


    cheers
  4. Thread: Protocol

    by newbie_grg
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    Protocol

    hi guys,
    I am not a network programmer or whatsoever but while going through
    the website that laasunde had mentioned in C++ board->

    Madwizard

    a question just struck my head. Is it...
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    not necessarily dude!

    ummm...


    It is not necessary to carry out C-ish style in C++...unless one is destined to do so.



    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    int main(std::string argc , int argv) {
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    ummm...

    #include <iostream>
    #include <cstdlib>
    #include <conio.h>

    using namespace std;

    int main(std::string argv , int argc) {

    string yourName = "doodlepoodle";
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    hehehe....

    Salem is simply just the perfect Master
    hehehe.... ....
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    ok..

    This should work fine


    #include <iostream> // iostream.h will also work

    int main()
    {
    for(int x=0;x<100;x+=5) // increment each value of x by 5;
    {
    cout<<x<<endl;
  9. Thread: Objects

    by newbie_grg
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    Objects

    Hi,
    How can we delete the objects initialised by the pointers automatically in a program without delete[]/delete keyword. Like for example java explicitly runs the garbage collector. Can we do that...
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    You really need to format your question.

    You really need to format your question.
  11. Thread: Msvcrt.dll

    by newbie_grg
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    Msvcrt.dll

    hi,
    what does MSVCRT.DLL do in windows? Why is it used?
  12. Thread: Yet Not!!

    by newbie_grg
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    Yet Not!!

    I was just compiling afx.h which i got from net. and another error pops up. Its linking error

    gcc: Compilation of header file requested
    gcc: file path prefix `C:\DEV-C_~1\Bin\' never used
    I...
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    Source code!

    Hi,
    I need help with the source code problem. I need to get hold of these two headers. If these are user defined header then why does someone not give his/her header?? Isn't this open source...
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    ok...

    I reckon. Andrianxw is quite right. Bjarne's book is too hard for a beginner. I would rather suggest beginner like me to get hold other books cause i am having a hard time getting through this book!
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    ok...

    I reckon. Andrianxw is quite right. Bjarne's book is too hard for a beginner. I would rather suggest beginner like me to get hold other books cause i am having a hard time getting through this book!
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    what is this??help

    i compiled the program stars.cpp but it doesnt run.!!
    compiler returned-
    25 c:\dev-c_~1\myfile~1\stars.cpp
    aggregate `union REGS regs' has incomplete type and cannot be initialized
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    ok..

    try using gets() , getline() , read() or any relevent function.. guess it might work ...
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    incase of 15 elements just do char v[15] =...

    incase of 15 elements just do



    char v[15] = "my name is fala";
    myfunction(v);
    //same as before.
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    well you didnt catch my point here. okay.... ...

    well you didnt catch my point here. okay....



    while (* a_string++ != NULL )
    {
    // do something.
    }

    //we can use a '/0' instead of NULL can't we?? but why
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    ok...

    i think this should do.


    char* myfuntion(const char* your_ variable)
    {
    // do stuff
    return (//your char* value here);
    }
    int main(void)
    {
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    NULL or '\0'

    hi ,
    There are 2 questions here. I would appreciate your help here.

    1.i want to know what you all prefer to use ->NULL or '\0' ??like for example to count the length of string. and also why do...
  22. Thread: asm.

    by newbie_grg
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    hey.

    thanx magos.
    I jsut wanted to know about them. Do you have any idea about the good books on Asm language??
    i will appreciate your help on this part too..:p
  23. Thread: small prob

    by newbie_grg
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    small prob

    hi,
    ineed to know what is wrong with this macro definition

    #define fac(a) (a)*fac((a)-1)
  24. Thread: asm.

    by newbie_grg
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    asm.

    hi,
    I was just reading when i got struck with this question.
    1.what are embedded systems and how do we program for such systems.
    2. what do we mean exactly by assembly language??can we...
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    umm..

    well,
    actually that is all the code. :)


    #include <iostream>
    int main(void)
    {
    int int_value;

    cout << binary << int_value;
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