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    And where is the code that shows you tried to...

    And where is the code that shows you tried to work on this problem!

    Tim S.
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    Because the line below is undefined and will...

    Because the line below is undefined and will likely cause program to crash if size is the dimension of the array pTemp.



    pTemp[size] = temp; //assign score to new array element
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    This line is likely wrong. pTemp = new...

    This line is likely wrong.

    pTemp = new int[size];//create new array that will have size of size

    You either need to use size+1 or pass in size+1

    Tim S.
  4. This line looks wrong I suggest you verify it. ...

    This line looks wrong I suggest you verify it.


    sqt = (p/temp+temp)/2;

    Tim S.
  5. Is there a reason you ignored Salem post? Tim...

    Is there a reason you ignored Salem post?

    Tim S.
  6. He his using the same main.c file as the prior...

    He his using the same main.c file as the prior poster.

    Tim S.
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    Remember to decide what is supposed to end the...

    Remember to decide what is supposed to end the loop.
    A set number of loop iterations suggests using a for loop.

    FYI: The code you posted is "C" instead of "C++" code.

    For, While and Do While...
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    They mean you should read the error message...

    They mean you should read the error message instead of ignoring them!

    Tim S.
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    A few years back, I read that printf worked...

    A few years back, I read that printf worked better than cout on windows when doing something other than 7 bit ASCII.

    No idea if that is still true and it might only apply to mingw GCC.

    Tim S.
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    So, it says nothing about global variables! ...

    So, it says nothing about global variables!

    Tim S.
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    When and where is it stated that global variables...

    When and where is it stated that global variables are initialized to zero if there is not a initial value used?

    Tim S.
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    The above is a weblink click on it and read the...

    The above is a weblink click on it and read the information!

    Tim S.
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    Introduction to C - Cprogramming.com...

    Introduction to C - Cprogramming.com
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    Below is a hyper link click on it and read the...

    Below is a hyper link click on it and read the information!
    c++ - Exception Error c0000005 in VC++ - Stack Overflow


    3221225477 is equal to C0000005 in hex

    Tim S.
  15. Where does it get set to a value? Hint: I see...

    Where does it get set to a value?

    Hint: I see no where it gets set to a value!

    Tim S.
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    Me I would work on Displaying the menu first....

    Me I would work on Displaying the menu first.
    Next I would do Display a customer with an hard code Customer.

    Tim S.
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    Paste error or ?? ofn.lStructSize =...

    Paste error or ??


    ofn.lStructSize = sizeof(OPENFILENAME)l

    The missing ";" at the end of line.

    Tim S.
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    ofn.lpstrFilter = L"EXE file\0*.exe\0"; Is...

    ofn.lpstrFilter = L"EXE file\0*.exe\0";


    Is there any reason you think two '\0' are allowed?

    Edit: Looks like you were correct.


    Tim S.
  19. You all do know that character should be a int or...

    You all do know that character should be a int or undefined things can happen, right?

    Edit: This line should be after the test for EOF!

    character = tolower(character);

    Tim S.
  20. So, you likely did it wrong or you have a...

    So, you likely did it wrong or you have a defective compiler.

    Tim S.
  21. You did built LibreVISA with the same Compiler...

    You did built LibreVISA with the same Compiler you are trying to build the client code, correct?

    Edit: The library looks like no progress in about 6 years.

    Tim S.
  22. Looks like LibreVISA should work with GCC under...

    Looks like LibreVISA should work with GCC under Debian. Not sure about 64 bit Windows OS Mingw GCC.

    Tim S.
  23. Looks like you might have a Compiler issue; as in...

    Looks like you might have a Compiler issue; as in the compiler you are using might not be compatible with what you are trying to build!

    I suggest RTFM and seeing what compilers are supported!
    ...
  24. Did you try defining "_VI_INT64_UINT64_DEFINED"?...

    Did you try defining "_VI_INT64_UINT64_DEFINED"?

    Tim S.
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    Please name a OS where this is wise to use? ...

    Please name a OS where this is wise to use?



    -DCPW_OPENGL_H=<glad/glad.h>


    You do know that "<" and ">" has special meanings to OS shells, right?

    Tim S.
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