This is a tutorial, not a program. [b]Step 1[/B] First, create a file for your website, and name it "admin.html". [b]Step 2[/b] Now on it, say, "You must log in to view admin, blah,blah,blah. Click here to launch our client." [b]Step 3[/b] Link "Click here" with the C++ .exe file we will create later. [b]Step 4[/b] Now, create a new file with a bunch of random letters, then ".html". Make the file name AT LEAST 100 characters long. All your admin stuff will go here. [b]Step 5[/b] Now Start a C++ program, and type the following: [code=c] #include <iostream> #include …

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Okay, you know when on like an alert window, or a form, one of the buttons automatically gets executed when you press enter, such as shown. [I]See Picture #1[/I] [i]So I was wondering[/i] how I could do this in Java for a both a JFrame and a JOptionPane. Thanks. arithehun [B]Picture #1[/B]

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I have joined our local high school's FIRST robotics club, but their programmer graduated last year, so who got selected? The wimpy freshman: me! I am an intermediate programmer (PLEASE don't look at my previous posts, I now know two languages, and am better). So I downloaded an instruction booklet. However, the leader wanted me to learn the SDK in C++ (I am way more comfortable with Java) because it is so much faster. [b]So, the problem is[/b], I have to learn this super-class by the time we get the robot, not during that time. However, I learn by experimenting, …

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Anyone that develops GUI applications in C++ will definitely be familiar with the C++ <windows.h> class. However, I am wondering who wrote this vast class?

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I want a forum for a website, and I like this system best. Is this forum open source? If so, where can I download it?

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I have a question: Is there any tutorial or way I could create a batch file that scans the folder that it's in, and then prompts you with an option of whether to delete any (C++, for example) files that don't begin with a command line, e.i. doesn't start with "//Start command line". Any ideas?

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Hello, I have a somewhat basic question about Dark GDK. I am taking Dark Basic courses, and converting the code to Dark GDK (not a difficult task), because I am unwilling to spend $60 on an inferior compiler. I am taking a complete FPS tutorial. It went fine for a while, until I had to convert an integer to a string. The code, with my knowledge, I knew would not be accepted in Dark GDK. However, I could not figure out the equivalent in Dark GDK. I know you can do it in C++, but I have never been able …

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I am trying to create an expression evaluator to expand my C++ knowledge. It is supposed to evaluate 5(x+7)-2. Here is the code: [code=c] #include <iostream> #include <stdio.h> #include <time.h> using namespace std; time_t now, later; void sleep(int delay) { now=time(NULL); later=now+delay; while(now<=later)now=time(NULL); } int main(void){ //It finds an error here int x, 5, 7, 2, total; printf("Hello. This program will evaluate the expression 5(x+7)-2. \nEnter the value for x:"); //And here total= 5(x+7)-2; cin >> x; cout << total << endl; getchar(); return 0;} [/code] I know it contains many errors; can someone tell me what I should do? …

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I am trying to create a dictionary program, just for fun. I doubt I will ever get past twenty words. But this program has a problem. It always goes to the word, no matter what I type in, or press. Here is the source code: [code=c++] #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main(void) { cout << "Search! Enter in a word that you would like to find the definition." << endl; cout << "If we can have it, we'll give you all we have on it." << endl; cout << " (Note: You must spell your word correctly.)" << endl; …

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