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    text editor man... ppl are so lazy to google...

    text editor

    man... ppl are so lazy to google these days...
  2. try this #include int...

    try this

    #include <stdio.h>

    int functionA(int x) {
    return x * 2;
    }

    int functionB(int y) {
    return functionA(y) * 2;
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    i've done this in C... searching for modus of...

    i've done this in C... searching for modus of given data, here's the reference implementation
    [~/MISC/C] ./a.out
    1 3 4 3 3 4 5 6 3 2 3 4 3 4 5
    The mode is 3
    [~/MISC/C] ./a.out
    3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4...
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    then i believe the proper question should be...

    then i believe the proper question should be "what's bad if i run that code"
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    lol... just what I expected ;) ok, here's the...

    lol... just what I expected ;)

    ok, here's the calloc version

    char *s;

    s = calloc(array_size, size_of_var_type); // in your case : calloc(10, 1)

    return 0;
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    yes you can do that char *s; if((s = (char...

    yes you can do that

    char *s;

    if((s = (char *) malloc(size_you_need)) == NULL) {
    fprintf(STDERR, "not enough memory\n");
    exit(0);
    }
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    this thing double averageFunc(int...

    this thing


    double averageFunc(int integerVariable[], int noOfArray)
    {
    for (int i = 0; i < noOfArray; i++)
    {
    allNumbers = allNumbers + integerVariable[i]; // initialize...
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    it will malloc, in a sense that the OS will try...

    it will malloc, in a sense that the OS will try and allocate memory block for your array... you can't check it by yourself... unless if you are talking about dynamic data structure
  9. >Problem about how to choose ?Multi(or 2+ more...

    >Problem about how to choose ?Multi(or 2+ more file)-file to output from File >Data O/I in C programming.
    >Thank[b]'s!
    typos?
    fopen, fscanf
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    the thread you went was talking about C... i know...

    the thread you went was talking about C... i know only a bit of C++, been using C, tho the syntax is almost the same... but I don't know atoi equivalent for C++

    it should be <iostream> (without...
  11. Thread: Structs in C

    by yxunomei
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    have you compiled and see it yourself? tho i saw...

    have you compiled and see it yourself? tho i saw some problems with your struct definition
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    int x[10]; for (int i = 0; i

    int x[10];
    for (int i = 0; i<10; i++)
    { while(cin >> x[i]) // no need to loop, just a single cin
    { // not neccessary
    cout << x << "\n";
    } // not neccessary
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    ah ic... sorry, was my first C++ program.. been...

    ah ic... sorry, was my first C++ program.. been using C :D
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    you might find this interesting, tho i'm using...

    you might find this interesting, tho i'm using int


    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    int main() {
    int i;
  15. >I have a bunch of variables declared at the top...

    >I have a bunch of variables declared at the top of my main function. Is there a way I can call a function without creating a mess like the one below?

    yes you can, by making the required...
  16. Thread: split file

    by yxunomei
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    what have you done so far? use fopen if you want...

    what have you done so far? use fopen if you want to open the file, put the content into a buffer, and save it per 30000 byte using loop....

    that's if you want the hint...
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    rite... u have to put spaces "1 0 1 1 0"

    rite... u have to put spaces "1 0 1 1 0"
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    void run (char cur[]) { char *param[MAX]; //...

    void run (char cur[])
    {
    char *param[MAX]; // this is like saying,
    // I want to have a pointer to a string
    // are you sure you know what you are doing?...
  19. Thread: X and Y

    by yxunomei
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    place everything from the map file into a 2 D...

    place everything from the map file into a 2 D arrays and whenever you want to put the player relating to the screen, say (15, 5)

    do something like

    mapStuff[15][5] = 'X' // suppose we use 'X' to...
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    does that even compile?

    does that even compile?
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    I don't know, but I find my OS to be VERY...

    I don't know, but I find my OS to be VERY interactive...
    Everyone here has the intention of giving them their idea... If you find their way of expressing their thought a bit offending... then I'd...
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    is this what they call de javu?

    is this what they call de javu?
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    i did this #include int main() { ...

    i did this
    #include<stdio.h>

    int main() {
    char s[10];

    fgets(s, 10, stdin);

    int a;
    int b;
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    > The issue I have is that sample0 is a structure...

    > The issue I have is that sample0 is a structure of memory and I don’t know how to point it to sampleX where X is a variable number in a loop and have it work.

    structure of memory? do you mean...
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    alrite2, don't get angry now... :D here's wat i...

    alrite2, don't get angry now... :D here's wat i got from localtime manual page



    NAME
    asctime, ctime, gmtime, localtime, mktime, asctime_r, ctime_r, gmtime_r, localtime_r - transform...
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