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    So what's your actual question? You need to...

    So what's your actual question?

    You need to demonstrate actual effort like
    - code which works, and you don't know what to do next
    - code which doesn't work, and you don't know why

    In short,...
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    Double posted ->...

    Double posted -> https://cboard.cprogramming.com/cplusplus-programming/179221-i-have-been-struggling-exercise.html#post1296286
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    Some code and bigger pictures might help....

    Some code and bigger pictures might help.
    They're already fuzzy before you describe what's wrong.
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    SDL2 antialiasing at DuckDuckGo...

    SDL2 antialiasing at DuckDuckGo
    What you're seeing are the cumulative rounding errors of drawing a diagonal line that is not exactly 45'.
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    > Why does the teacher want the students to use a...

    > Why does the teacher want the students to use a terminator then?
    Maybe they're trying to teach how strlen() works.
    Maybe they're trying to convey one of several methods of solving the same...
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    > I guess this worked as a solution for now, If...

    > I guess this worked as a solution for now,
    If you call using 16GB of memory 'a solution'.



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


    int FindDevisors(int n)
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    > for(i=0,j=0;i

    > for(i=0,j=0;i<=k,j<=n;i++)
    Well one reason would be that you're accessing outside the bounds of the array.
    You should have <, not <= in your loops.
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    k=99999; int answer[n]; int numbers[k];...

    k=99999;
    int answer[n];
    int numbers[k];
    //int *current;
    //current = (int*)malloc(n * sizeof(int));
    int current[k];

    The stack isn't an infinite amount of space you can...
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    > usually I’m able to read my books and figure it...

    > usually I’m able to read my books and figure it out
    Well you should be at the stage where you can figure out what compiles and what doesn't.

    How do we identify in your pseudo code anything...
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    > don't know why you need the terminator when...

    > don't know why you need the terminator when you know how many numbers are in the array.
    Because that's what the assignment said to use.
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    > GetValue(&m1[ROWS][COLS],...

    > GetValue(&m1[ROWS][COLS], &m2[ROWS][COLS], temp, temp1, i);
    This isn't how you pass on your input parameters.



    GetValue(m1, m2, temp, temp1, i);


    > multiply(&m1[ROWS][COLS],...
  12. char *countryName[100]; char...

    char *countryName[100];
    char *countryCode[5];
    char *region[200];
    char *incomeGroup[100];

    You either want


    char *countryName;
    char *countryCode;
  13. If you've got particular issues with WxWidgets,...

    If you've got particular issues with WxWidgets, then wxWidgets Discussion Forum - Index page is the place to ask.
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    Like this. printf("User 1\n"); printf("What...

    Like this.


    printf("User 1\n");
    printf("What is your score for the cost of a PS4?");
    scanf("%d",&rateCost);


    At least try and post something that compiles next time.
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    A development process...

    A development process

    You need to learn to break the problem down into achievable steps. Just staring at the list of things to do and just hoping to visualise the entire answer in one keyboard...
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    You need to show us what you can manage for...

    You need to show us what you can manage for yourself, and then we help you get past whatever block there is in your knowledge.

    Just dumping your assignment doesn't work.
  17. > Is there any way I could have grouped the...

    > Is there any way I could have grouped the letter int variable,
    Yeah, they're called arrays.



    int digits[16];

    /*
    i = ccnum % 10;
    j = ccnum % 1000 / 100;
  18. packet.append(0xBF) packet.append(0xAB) ...

    packet.append(0xBF)
    packet.append(0xAB)
    packet.append(0xCD)
    packet.append(0xEF)
    Well since these aren't printable characters, what were you expecting?

    Instead of

    ...
  19. Except things like threads, concurrency and...

    Except things like threads, concurrency and synchronisation are more like platform issues rather than compiler issues.

    > uint pos = ++(zque->que);
    If you let two threads pointing at the same zque...
  20. Why aren't you using actual pthread primitives?

    Why aren't you using actual pthread primitives?
  21. Thread: Struct.

    by Salem
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    Circular linked lists are a bit of a pain,...

    Circular linked lists are a bit of a pain, especially if you care about element order.
    Linked list - Wikipedia

    A simple example.


    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    #include<string.h>
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    I guess it would be something like this ...

    I guess it would be something like this


    if (opt == 'a') {
    for (i = 0; i < num; i = i + 1) { // reading 5 values from user and storing it in array
    printf(" Enter the value...
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    No, there are 10 different places where you make...

    No, there are 10 different places where you make the same mistake.


    $ gcc -Wall -Wextra -c main.c
    main.c: In function ‘As5GradeB’:
    main.c:18:11: warning: format ‘%d’ expects argument of type...
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    > scanf("%d", &a); All your references to your...

    > scanf("%d", &a);
    All your references to your array should have a subscript.
    As in
    scanf("%d", &a[i]);
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    > root@ And create yourself a proper user...

    > root@
    And create yourself a proper user account for your day to day activities.
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