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i like c++,
Is C++ enough to bring me a job or should i study something else?

Topic by ckide

I developed risk analysis software for the options trading industry in Chicago up to 2007. C++ was what was required.

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NEED THE CODE FOR THIS:
The University wants to make a basic graphical display to show how many people received different grades for a piece of work on a module. …

Topic by Petar_1

We don't write your code for you. We will help you fix it once you post it! I've been writing professional C++ code since 1992...

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My second while condition is being ignored and I don't understand why. I would think I have 1 and 0 = 0 so it would break out.

while(fgets(line, sizeof line, …
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while(fgets(line, sizeof line, stdin)
{
    if (sscanf_counter != 2)
    #breakout here#
}
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Is anyone familiar with Microsoft Remote Desktop? I'm referring to the application with the name MSTSC.EXE. I used this years ago at the office to remote into the servers from …

Topic by Reverend Jim

Have you checked on the MS website for help with this?

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I am looking to buy a motherboard and I'm looking for lots of USB and sata ports, it should fit in this case -> item# N82E16811146077 on newegg.com and will …

Topic by lewashby

Asus boards are of good quality. Myself, I like Intel mobos, but they are quite a bit more expensive. I purchased a dual core mobo from them in 2007 for …

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Is anyone familiar with Microsoft Remote Desktop? I'm referring to the application with the name MSTSC.EXE. I used this years ago at the office to remote into the servers from …

Topic by Reverend Jim

I also use MS Remote Desktop, about 10 or so years ago. Worked well. Haven't used it since so I don't know what MS has done with it.

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Is anyone familiar with Microsoft Remote Desktop? I'm referring to the application with the name MSTSC.EXE. I used this years ago at the office to remote into the servers from …

Topic by Reverend Jim

Sorry no. I'm more of a VNC and telnet over ssh type person.

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Is anyone familiar with Microsoft Remote Desktop? I'm referring to the application with the name MSTSC.EXE. I used this years ago at the office to remote into the servers from …

Topic by Reverend Jim

Sorry no. I'm more of a VNC and telnet over ssh type person.

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I am looking to buy a motherboard and I'm looking for lots of USB and sata ports, it should fit in this case -> item# N82E16811146077 on newegg.com and will …

Topic by lewashby

This mobo seems to an intel processor tuned device - no mention of AMD support. It seems to run a core i7 processor, so games should be good on it, …

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We want to track weather conditions during the past year and have designated each day as either

Rainy ('R')
Flooding ('F')
Cloudy ('C')
Sunny ('S')
Armegeddon ('A')
Write a program …

Topic by Matias_2

It looks to me you already failed the critical part of the exercise:

> Remember that good correct functions are required too, you must pass the 2d array to a …

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I need a function that will create and store usernames and passwords for different students. Their programme should ask the user for their name and age and a username should …

Topic by Jack_30

When this question comes up, I reply with "never store passwords in a database." You can store the names but never the passwords.

So you may wonder how to verify …

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Hello
Anyone knows a software (free or paid) that can help track the health of a processor, just like for example for RAM we have memtest tool or the built …

Topic by Ritesh_4

There are a lot of free system testing tools to do this. Try Googling for that!

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Someone left a comment on one of my posts similar to, "Linux won't be popular on the Desktop until it runs [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Windows[/URL] applications." To which I silently responded, "Huh? and, …

Topic by khess

[QUOTE=evstevemd;1281185]What Linux Distro are you using? I have Ubuntu Lucid and everything runs fine but I use HP Printers. I added it and I never installed anything. If you use …

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Someone left a comment on one of my posts similar to, "Linux won't be popular on the Desktop until it runs [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Windows[/URL] applications." To which I silently responded, "Huh? and, …

Topic by khess

[QUOTE=khakilang;1280980]Since I use Linux about a year ago. I never look back to Window. Yeah Window 7 looks great but the security still sucks. Games are great but once the …

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Someone left a comment on one of my posts similar to, "Linux won't be popular on the Desktop until it runs [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Windows[/URL] applications." To which I silently responded, "Huh? and, …

Topic by khess

Well, still using windows to play windows games :) Linux take good care of the rest

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Someone left a comment on one of my posts similar to, "Linux won't be popular on the Desktop until it runs [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Windows[/URL] applications." To which I silently responded, "Huh? and, …

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Which is the most reliable free antivirus for USB flash drives that resides and runs from the device itself and doesn't need to be installed on the computer?

Topic by priyamtheone

Check out WinClam - a free AV. There is also a Unix/MacOSX/Linux version available (called ClamAV). I use it all the time, and have never had a problem with it …

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`.model small
.stack 100
.data
kernel DB 10 DUP(1)
input  DB 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
output DB 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
.code

MAIN PROC …
Topic by aya_5

Last time I used 8086 assembler was when I wrote a TCP/IP stack for QNX in the early 90's (work for the US Navy). At this point, I really can't …

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Hi there.
Sorry if this is in the wrong place!

I am looking to create an app which allows a user to click on some words from a list (or …

Topic by BananaBread

Just remember, Android is primarily Java (with a different back-end), so if you can code it in Java, you can use the same code for Android.

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How to do p.o.s system that need enter a switch statement on c++

Topic by Tyron_1

A C or C++ switch statement is just a code branch that is delineated by the value specified by the statement. So, I don't really understand what your conundrum may …

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I've been running Linux for more than 20 years now, and have encountered only one malware. Some jerks called me on the telephone telling me that my computer was broken. …

Topic by Onederer_1

Reverend Jim, Windows is much more susceptible to malware and virus attacks than Linux. Yes, you can harden your MS system against them, but the design of Linux makes such …

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Hey been practicing coding using Python 3 tutorial,my question is how to put what learn into a project,or should I say how or what information is their to get this …

Topic by Howard_2

Select a subject that is of interest to you and then decide how your coding can improve or alter it to your desires.

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Hello, this morning my desktop was completely different. I used Malware Bytes and it found PUP.Optional.ASK. I removed the two files, restarted the computer and it's still there. Any ideas …

Topic by Mag_1

My solution is to not run Win-whatever. I Run Linux and never had a problem!And I have run Linux for the past 12 years!

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Why doesn't the code (2) below produce the same output as the code (1)? Let's say you entered "4" as input:

(1)

    int x;
    cout << "enter integer: ";
    cin …
Topic by sgw

There are two kinds of increments for integers - pre-fix and post-fix. X++ is one and ++X is the other. You figure it out! Or read your C/C++ programming manual!

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Why doesn't the code (2) below produce the same output as the code (1)? Let's say you entered "4" as input:

(1)

    int x;
    cout << "enter integer: ";
    cin …
Topic by sgw

No reply from a C++ buff yet? At the risk of making a fool of myself I'll try.
I'm no C++ expert, but this looks to me like another example …

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I want to edit the following code where I want

  1. Convert the print from left to right
    2 - Modify the contents of the print down the data grid …
Topic by monem_1

So, 200+ lines of code but no explanation of what your problem is. Sorry, but that does not work!

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hi james cherril

I am doing a voting system application of which I have to hand up today. I am getting a runtime error when I entered a record and …

Topic by divinity02

And, you want us to comment on 500+ lines of code? Sorry, but that isn't going to happen! Show us where the error is, and then we may be able …

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typedef struct{

int*p;
}new;

void main(){
new *buffptr=malloc(sizeof(new));
buffptr->p;

}
my doubt is the above declaration in main function accesses the value of p and not the address of p. …
Topic by Vikrant_3

My sanskrit name is also Vikrant! How amazing is that? In any case, p++ works. You allocated buffptr and assigned it to p. So, p should be the address of …

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A children's game of 'count out' is played as followed. '40' children are arranged in a circle, a sentence containing of 'm' words is used to eliminate '1' child at …

Topic by Sarah_23

Pascal is a defunct language. Even the inventor of it redid it as Modula! If your school is still teaching Pascal, go somewhere else!

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THIS SOURCE HAS printf STATEMENT WHICH IS TO BE REPLACED WITH cout STATEMENT. PLEASE HELP ME....... :)

#include<stdio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>
#include<conio.h>
#include<time.h>
int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2];
int row, col, icount, mode;
char solh; …
Topic by Prathamesh_1

Get rid of all the "goto" statements! That isn't C++, it is badly written C code!

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