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hi,,,,
all
can anyone help me getting some topic for c++ project.....
i m not getting an idea on which i can work and make a program or project in c++....

vibhu

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How well do you know c++?

for loops, do while, if else, class, ...?

Also there is practice problem here.

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To the OP:
Broken dot-key?

As firstPerson said, we need to know exactly how well you know C++, otherwise we'll maybe suggest things which you'll find way to difficult to accomplish using your current knowledge.
So, please make up a list for us (please be as specific as possible), and post it down.

Also useful for us to know is: what kind of applications have you programmed so far? (we'll try to measure your practice), if your list of applications is limited to only a mere "Hello World"-program, then this (your project) will be a big challenge for you.

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i know c++ much better...............
i had made 1 project during school days of hotel management, banking....
now i m doing B-tech in IT and i m in 2nd year..........
give me some idea about some projects.........
nw will u tell me something about urself.....

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Okay, what do you think of writing an expression parser?
That is a program which for example takes an expression as a string, evaluates it and reports the result to the user.

An example:
Input: 5+5*2+1
Output: 16

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this is quite an easy one.....

That's a usual answer when you've not thought too much about the problem.

It's not as easy as:

get [I]first operand[/I]
while(operands present) {
   get [I]second operand[/I]
   get_operator
   result = [I]first operand[/I] op [I]second operand[/I]
}

because that procedure neglects the precedence of operators, but it could of course just be that you find it easy.

Edit::
Want something else?
Invent your own computer language and write an interpreter for it.

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