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  1. Thread: 2d grid

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    Do you know the name of it? or do you have the...

    Do you know the name of it? or do you have the link? I could not find anything....
  2. Thread: 2d grid

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    2d grid

    I'm new to using GUI's/graphics in C++ but it's come time to learn. I was wondering if anyone knew where I could use an open source 2d grid that would allow me to lite-up certain cells of the grid. ...
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    error was found finally in this statement: ...

    error was found finally in this statement:


    cout<<"0x "<<hexadecimal[1]<<" "<<hexadecimal[0]<<cout<<"\t";
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    CODE: http://pastebin.com/d425b7541 I've...

    CODE: http://pastebin.com/d425b7541

    I've uploaded all my code and commented on the lines where garbage is coming out.

    It didn't seem to help when added + '0' to the switch statement. Maybe if...
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    couting unwanted garbage

    I'm not sure why but both my functions are couting garbage on certain elements for only a temporary period of time. I can't figure it out. Is it the way I am initializing the vectors? It is happening...
  6. Thread: istream question

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    I think I know what the problem is... Daved....

    I think I know what the problem is...

    Daved. in the called function I was reading into input >> data the last character of the file... when it returned to main I input >> data again....


    ...
  7. Thread: istream question

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    It is outputting the x... you can explain the...

    It is outputting the x... you can explain the problem a little more?
  8. Thread: istream question

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    I am doing something funny, then -- I don't see...

    I am doing something funny, then -- I don't see it, though:




    void readInput(istream& input, char data)
    .
    .
    .
    int main
  9. Thread: istream question

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    istream question

    How do I pass an istream to a function so that when the function is finished the input is at the last character read? I have tried passing by reference...


    void readInput(istream& input)
    {
    ....
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    adjacency list question

    For a current project I am creating I decided the best way to implement the code would be through an adjacency list. I am just simply confused on what the structs would look like and how to create...
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    perfect... thanks for that

    perfect... thanks for that
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    I don't know what the values of the keys are....

    I don't know what the values of the keys are. They can be random characters.
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    That's what I am trying to do. But I can't figure...

    That's what I am trying to do. But I can't figure out how to iterate through the maps keys without going through its values. For example,


    keys: values:
    a 1 2 3
    b 4 5 ...
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    iterate through keys of map

    Is there anyway to iterate through the keys of a map without having to go through each of the keys values first?

    Or is there a way to jump to the next key?
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    Thanks tabstop! ... why was I not doing that in...

    Thanks tabstop! ... why was I not doing that in the first place?
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    I see what your saying (I think)... For example,...

    I see what your saying (I think)... For example, class one has a function called a() that creates the first linked list, I just create an object from class two (call it e) and call e.a() .... then...
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    The linked lists have different designs. But are...

    The linked lists have different designs. But are you saying move current from class one into class two? Then the functions from class one do not have access to it...
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    The second class builds a linked list that...

    The second class builds a linked list that depends on how the first class created its own linked list. I do not want the second class to view it as NULL...
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    How can I allow class two to share current with...

    How can I allow class two to share current with class one?
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    So what I am trying to do is not only have access...

    So what I am trying to do is not only have access to the protected stuff in class one but have all the values remain intact when using them from class two.
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    sorry, I fixed it... Do you know what I am trying...

    sorry, I fixed it... Do you know what I am trying to do now? sorry about that
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    tabstop: what I am trying to do is have access to...

    tabstop: what I am trying to do is have access to the node in class one...
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    accessing protected stuff

    This is a general outline of my code. I am wondering why I have trouble accessing the protected members as such. Please let me know if what I have written is not enough info:




    struct node
    {...
  24. Thread: virtual functions

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    Bubba: I have it working with one class it is...

    Bubba: I have it working with one class it is just ugly. I have two find_height() functions -- one for the first tree; the other for the second tree. I also have two top() functions, etc.

    Here is...
  25. Thread: virtual functions

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    In my base class I have a function print() that...

    In my base class I have a function print() that prints the heights of all trees. Print() calls find_height() for my base class and derived classes. But find_height() is a virtual function, so it only...
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