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  1. Procrastination - Wikipedia...

    Procrastination - Wikipedia
    and
    Hail Mary pass - Wikipedia
  2. What is the scope and lifetime of myobj ? If...

    What is the scope and lifetime of myobj ?

    If you're doing this


    MyClass *obj = new MyClass;
    std::thread t(&MyClass::MyMethod, myobj);

    and MyMethod has the ability to do say delete this; as...
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    Looks good so far with the enum. In main, you...

    Looks good so far with the enum.

    In main, you need to call the function with a value.


    int main () {
    int a;

    printf("Welcome player. Please enter your class type:");
    ...
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    The %s format only reads printable characters. ...

    The %s format only reads printable characters. It ignores all white space, and that includes new lines.

    To read an actual line, spaces and a newline at the end, use the fgets function.

    As in...
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    Also here -> Compiling project in c/c++ - Missing...

    Also here -> Compiling project in c/c++ - Missing ste - C++ Forum
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    Your player info is all wrong. typedef enum...

    Your player info is all wrong.


    typedef enum { mage, warrior, healer } role;
    typedef struct {
    role role;
    char name[20];
    int level;
    } player;
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    It's an impressive rewrite in about an hour,...

    It's an impressive rewrite in about an hour, since it was only 2 hours ago you were begging for code.
    Need help with this code



    void init_deck(struct card *deck)
    {
    /* If the deck does...
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    > I compelete like 70% from the code .. I'd give...

    > I compelete like 70% from the code ..
    I'd give it 30% finished.

    You've made a reasonable job of shuffle.

    The next task would be a function called 'deal'.
    One thing you need to keep track of...
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    > I'm sorry but I just cannot seem to find the...

    > I'm sorry but I just cannot seem to find the error.
    You count each opening brace, and each closing brace.
    When one isn't in a place you expect, you've found a problem.

    You can do yourself a...
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    Well sloppy indentation means you lose track of...

    Well sloppy indentation means you lose track of where all the open / close braces are supposed to go.

    Your 'main' really ends at line 126.
    Figure out where your braces should be.

    ...
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    Is the ":" a useful delimiter? If so, strchr()...

    Is the ":" a useful delimiter?

    If so, strchr() is your friend.
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    > fflush(stdin); This doesn't do what you think...

    > fflush(stdin);
    This doesn't do what you think it does. Remove it.




    if(numOfInputRead==1 && isValid(M)==1)
    break;
    else if (numOfInputRead == 0) {
    printf("Invalid number. Please...
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    That seems like a good approach to me. You'll...

    That seems like a good approach to me.

    You'll need at least a couple of GB of free space for vbox to create the virtual disk that will be used for your Linux distro.
  14. Maybe for (int i = 0; i < resp->count; ...

    Maybe


    for (int i = 0; i < resp->count; i++)
    {
    // How to pass resp->info_entry here to the function func( ) & increment pointer?
    func( &resp->info_entry[i] );
    }
  15. Thread: I've been stuck.

    by Salem
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    Personally, I would go with char **teams and make...

    Personally, I would go with char **teams and make use of realloc to extend the array when you've reached some limit on the number of teams added.
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    while(isdigit(current)) Isn't going to exit,...

    while(isdigit(current))
    Isn't going to exit, because current never changes.
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    > n = 'current'- 0; Why the single quotes? ...

    > n = 'current'- 0;
    Why the single quotes?

    Why doesn't your compiler complain?
    C++ Shell
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    Since you don't care about the detail of how time...

    Since you don't care about the detail of how time is represented.

    TIME open_time, close_time, difference;
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    > return 0; Don't forget to clean up the...

    > return 0;
    Don't forget to clean up the malloc'ed memory which you're no longer using.
  20. Your choice of font colours is abominable.

    Your choice of font colours is abominable.
  21. > if (b->grid[j] == b->grid[i]) You're not...

    > if (b->grid[j] == b->grid[i])
    You're not comparing characters, but the (address of) the start of two arrays of characters.

    Which will be of course the same if i == j
  22. You need to use fread() and fwrite() if you're...

    You need to use fread() and fwrite() if you're working with binary data.

    And buf[i] when looping through the buffer.
  23. > pthread_create(&race->runners[i], NULL,...

    > pthread_create(&race->runners[i], NULL, goRunner(RunnerType*), " ");
    You don't specify the type.

    pthread_create(&race->runners[i], NULL, goRunner, " ");
  24. Thread: help with code!

    by Salem
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    Same as before. Help w/ my code...

    Same as before.
    Help w/ my code
  25. Question 20.15c...

    Question 20.15c

    Use a temporary variable in your code.
    It's a lot clearer to basically anybody what your intention is.
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