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    Sticky: My bad. Thanks for that - I now see six topics...

    My bad. Thanks for that - I now see six topics as well.
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    Sticky: No threads

    My apologies if this has already been reported - I did do a search.

    The article discussion board (http://cboard.cprogramming.com/forumdisplay.php?f=34) shows only two topics:


    Yet, when I'm in...
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    Thanks for that, you're raising my hopes of ever...

    Thanks for that, you're raising my hopes of ever working in Linux full-time.




    Thats exactly my point. :cool:
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    Now that's interesting... Looks like my solution...

    Now that's interesting... Looks like my solution will be to rethink the development process a bit. No more F9 to build&run the program so you can test it (I use Borland tools atm).

    If its true...
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    I have been thinking about this problem for a bit...

    I have been thinking about this problem for a bit now, as I am just starting out as a freelance commercial software developer, and would very much like to use Linux all day, every day.

    There is,...
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    Sticky: Hmm... I can't seem to see the tips:

    Hmm...

    I can't seem to see the tips:
  7. Thread: Right I give in

    by Koedoe
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    Why DirectX?

    I wouldn't exactly give myself out as an expert on the area of 3D programming, but I feel I have to ask: Is there a particular reason why you would prefer DirectX over OpenGL?

    I ask because I...
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    I think I see, yes... You want the compiler to...

    I think I see, yes...

    You want the compiler to mangle your code (on the right-hand-side of result=Regex(...); ) into sth like this?



    operator=(const Regex r(to_match, expression));


    I'm...
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    You can't return a value from out of a...

    You can't return a value from out of a constructor. Thats effectively what you're trying to do in main, with the line



    result = Regex(to_match, expression);


    Maybe the line you're looking...
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    I hesitate to post this, because I have nothing...

    I hesitate to post this, because I have nothing to substantiate it. I heard about a researcher that "folded" the data through "multiple dimensions" or somesuch. (Not sure how the hell thats...
  11. The truth is that I'm dipping into compiler...

    The truth is that I'm dipping into compiler construction for the first time - so I wouldn't know. :o

    As a first step I want to be able to tell if the given program is syntactically legal. I...
  12. Thanks, I think I've found what I'm looking for...

    Thanks, I think I've found what I'm looking for on

    http://downloads.openwatcom.org/

    I'm downloading the sources now (>40MB... ) so that I can look through them.

    -K
  13. Need algorithm for parser for Context-Free Grammar

    Hi all

    I am doing a project for my B.Sc(Honns). The project is to make a simulator for a programmable robot. Sounds easy, right? Right.

    Anyway, my biggest problem right now is that I need to...
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    *grits teeth*... OK... no comment about the goto...

    *grits teeth*...
    OK... no comment about the goto then...


    I see two major problems in your code:

    1) (Not asked about): In your add function, you don't set

    conductor->next = 0
    You should,...
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    Go to File|New. Then pick "Console Wizard"....

    Go to File|New.
    Then pick "Console Wizard".
    Deselect "Use VCL" and "Multi-threaded"...
    Presto! (when u click "OK", ofcourse...)
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    Borland?

    Are you guys throwing Borland C++Builder to the winds, or is it just that you don't know of its existence?

    I use C++Builder 6 Enterprise edition, and IMHO, its far better than MS-Visual C++! The...
  17. Thread: Lost ID number

    by Koedoe
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    How about this: When you delete a person (this...

    How about this: When you delete a person (this should be done from within the class!), remove its idnumber from the queue (or use a _sorted_ list, it removes more easily). When you add a new...
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    Or you could read them into a stack (instead of a...

    Or you could read them into a stack (instead of a string/char*), just push each one in as you get to it. Then pop them out again.
    Something like this, where Str is an AnsiString that contains the...
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    If you've taken programming classes for 2 years...

    If you've taken programming classes for 2 years straight then took a break of a year, you should /very/ easily be able to figure out a program that first-timers is supposed to be able to solve! So I...
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    Oh thank you, thank you, thank you!

    The square problem is part of a larger system - you can be sure you will be credited! Seeing as how the system is object-oriented, I won't be using your code verbatim - but certainly I'll be using...
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    Thanx for the help - and yes, sorry about the...

    Thanx for the help - and yes, sorry about the missing part - but I see you got the gist of it! :-).

    Anyways, what I really wanted to know: Isn't there a simpler (i.e. shorter, perhaps iterative?)...
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    How to decide if four lines form a square?

    OK, here's my problem: I have a class TLine that is defined as follows:


    class TLine
    {
    public:
    /*
    .
    .
    .
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    I know that the compiler mangles the function...

    I know that the compiler mangles the function names using the argument lists - why doesn't it just include the return type in the mangled name?
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    "This is illegal so the compiler won't allow it. "

    I know that - but why is it illegal?

    Thanx for the reply though.
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    Overloading a function like this

    Here is my code - can anyone pls tell me why my compiler won't allow me to do this?



    class TMyClass
    {
    public:
    Ansistring Message();
    char* Message();
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