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    There seems to be a couple problems. Specificaly...

    There seems to be a couple problems. Specificaly with lines


    all: calc

    calc: Stack.o calc.o
    g++ stack.o calc.o

    which have tabs in the dependency headers. Also the label 'calc' doesnt...
  2. Thread: beginner ?

    by dharh
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    scanf doesn't catch the carriage return very...

    scanf doesn't catch the carriage return very well, so in your loop when it comes back around their is a carriage return in the buffer. This carriage return seem to remain in there and thus causes...
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    Borland 5.5 free command line compiler. I don't...

    Borland 5.5 free command line compiler. I don't get errors on compile, I get run time error, the in program code error "stack underflow".
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    Just as you declared the FILE *fp; in main you...

    Just as you declared the FILE *fp; in main you can also declare variables in functions. Like:



    someFunction( ) {
    char myChar;
    int myInt;
    /* doing other function stuff */
    }
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    Since the type FILE is defined in c lib: ...

    Since the type FILE is defined in c lib:



    struct temp {
    char strg1[ N ],strg2[ N ];
    int test[ N ];
    float fraction;
    };
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    You put the structure definition outside the main...

    You put the structure definition outside the main so that other functions can define a structure ( like defining a char or int ). The file pointer is just fine inside main.
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    Heres how I do it. struct temp { char...

    Heres how I do it.



    struct temp {
    char strg1[ N ],strg2[ N ];
    int test[ N ];
    float fraction;
    };
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    more pointer problems

    For some reason the change in pointer location made from a function does not carry back. When I run this and input something like 1 + 2, I get stack underflow.



    #include <stdio.h> /*...
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    Candidate release is a build which is being...

    Candidate release is a build which is being tested for bugs. Sometimes they actually release this to the general public, but not the official release. They start doing this when enough features are...
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    No way inside the function?

    No way inside the function?
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    That explains some of the problems ive had in the...

    That explains some of the problems ive had in the past.

    I guess the final question I have is:



    struct ipList **getList( void ) {
    static struct ipList *list[ MAXLIST ];
    int i;
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    Though im still not sure how: malloc( MAXLIST *...

    Though im still not sure how:
    malloc( MAXLIST * sizeof( struct ipList * ) );
    differs from:
    malloc( MAXLIST * sizeof( struct ipList ) );
    exactly. I do understand what I was doing wrong with the...
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    #include #include #include...

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>

    #define MAXLIST 10

    struct ipList {
    int id;
    char *name;
    char *ip;
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    returning an array of pointers to structures

    This is mostely a problem ive made for myself. I have:


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>

    #define MAXLIST 10

    struct ipList {
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    Every now and then I throw code around, sorry if...

    Every now and then I throw code around, sorry if a decapitate a head or two.
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    void swap( int &x, int &y ) { int temp; ...

    void swap( int &x, int &y ) {
    int temp;
    temp = x;
    x = y;
    y = temp;
    }

    or

    void swap(int *x, int *y) {
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    Here is an example of what I use to read stuff...

    Here is an example of what I use to read stuff from stdin.



    /* fgets _stdin function, gets like fgets using _stdin
    */
    int gets_s(char *str, int size) {
    /* variable to say if there has...
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    I think he might want to something where, if the...

    I think he might want to something where, if the buffer is empty do nothing. If the buffer has something in it, read it.
  19. Thread: reading file

    by dharh
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    thanks, that worked

    thanks, that worked
  20. Thread: reading file

    by dharh
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    reading file

    ok, im having a problem where im trying to read data in from a file and im getting extra data I don't want. Can't quite even figure out where this data is from sometimes.

    example of file:

    ...
  21. prototype/function would look something like...

    prototype/function would look something like this:

    void function(int array2[], int size);

    the call would look something like this:

    #define ROWS 50

    int array[ROWS];
  22. Thread: My plan

    by dharh
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    The best way I think to go about projects like...

    The best way I think to go about projects like that are ultimately to build programs of your own design around the things your learning. I learn much better and faster when I have to apply concepts...
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    What error does the linker give? strlen works...

    What error does the linker give? strlen works perfectly fine for me? Might have something to do with how you did your #includes before.

    As for the pause thing, I use batch files to compile and...
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    #include "..\ownh.h" #include "..\stdio.h" ...

    #include "..\ownh.h"
    #include "..\stdio.h"


    int main (void)
    {
    /* Input of String-array *
    char mystring [21] ;
    printf ("fill in a string: ");
    scanf ("%s",mystring);
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    What exactly did you do?

    What exactly did you do?
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