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by WaltP
Guidelines for Posting Requests for Help version 3.1 GIDForums is pleased to provide these forums to help you understand programming techniques and correct programming problems. Following these guidelines will help you post good questions with enough information that we can understand your...
11-Oct-2012 08:35
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by markymark
Can someone please explain how i get from the for to do while for this program please. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
27-Oct-2015 01:00
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by axe34
Hi I need help to write code for the following: I want to press + release button 1 (to start everything), then..... if button 2 is not pressed down then command XXXXX is done if button 2 is pressed down then we assess button 3: if button 3 is not pressed down then command YYYYYY is done
15-Oct-2015 10:56
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by b15026649
I'm new at programming so please bare with me. I understand the concept of the Merge sort, we're sorting an array by dividing it, using an other array. but what I dont get is the MergeSort function and what those instructions do exactly. Can you explain the steps in plain English for me please ?...
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by LavanyaT
I was asked to run a c program to create and traverse a singly linked list that reads a set of integers until we enter a zero and displays the complete list.I ran this but couldn't get the output.The o/p screen hangs after displaying "enter an integer".What do you think is...
15-Aug-2015 10:01
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by magmen
Hello. So I'm a major noob. I know the basics about programing. So I need to gather a massive amount of data on the internet that sometimes is not readilly available. For instance I'm gathering expenditure data from the city of Rio de Janeiro. Unfortunatly I have to browse the data by each month...
10-Aug-2015 19:24
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by yarddog
#include <stdio.h> void addition(double number1, double number2); /* create the functions */ void subtraction(double number1, double number2); void multiplication(double number1, double number2); void division(double number1, double number2); int inputfunc = (1); int main () {
19-Jul-2015 19:05
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by findnerd
I was looking into some basic topic of c language and I read about the protocols, uses and types. But I didn’t understand completely. Can anyone help me to understand the protocols, their uses and how to use protocol in c programming with some example.
03-Jul-2015 05:27
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by findnerd
I was wondering to know about virtual function, its uses and how to create a pure virtual function in c and c++ programming language. Being programmer I am looking to collect more and more c programming questions and answers to enhance my skills in C language. Can anyone answers my query. ...
01-Jul-2015 06:59
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by sniperx1991
It’s your first day of work at Minnesota Ore Mining, Incorporated (MOM, Inc.) and you have been assigned to a project to develop a semi-automatic ore-loading vehicle. Your part of the project is to design a high level program that will test the capabilities of the vehicle by simulating its...
09-May-2015 08:44
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by radhika12
I just wanted to ask that why do C programs take less memory space for execution than assembly language programs ,What is the logic behind it?
04-Jan-2015 21:28
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by akerman
Hi there, I am getting a trp 6 abort error on mac and I don't know how to fix it. However this code needs to run on Linux to which I don't have access. Is there someone who could test this code and if the same error shows up may be able to fix it? thanks code attached in winrar compile with 'make'
17-Oct-2014 09:16
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by tcm43
Does anyone know how a method to get a C source code to read a C++ source code? Thanks in advance :) -Tyler
03-Oct-2014 18:57
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by mouna
I have a program that reads a text file and then outputs the corresponding transition table according to the regular expression given in the text file. The first line that is read by the code contains the transition table. The subsequent lines of the text files include the strings. I want my code...
27-Sep-2014 19:40
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by fradlong
What is the main difference between C and C++ . where c and C++ is applicable .. ?
11-Sep-2014 19:37
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by Zykl0n-B
Hello everybody, I came up with an strange situation while programming a DNS engine. We all know that DNS is a little complex on its structure and behaviour, but my programming problem has nothing to do with the complex stuff, but with the simpler one: structure definition. Everything works great...
03-Aug-2014 22:44
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by Thisgurl
Write a program that determines the day number (1 to 366) in a year for a date that is provided as input data. As an example, January 1st, 1994, is day 1. December 31, 1993, is day 365. December 31, 1996 is day 366, since 1996 is a leap year. A year is a leap year if it is divisible by four, except...
19-Jul-2014 15:38
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by fdm2884
hello, I wrote strassen algorithm for multiplication of two square matrices, the I basically "translated" from java to c because I'm not very practical in c, in java worked perfectly, but it gives me a segmentation fault in c, does anyone tell me how to solve? The matrices are stored in row major...
21-Jun-2014 19:02
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by kolesiko
What framework do you use and why? Thanks.
17-Jun-2014 17:18
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by lhoffl
I'm attempting to write a game of Go Fish where points are given for matched pairs of cards. However, I can't seem to find a way to remove the matched pairs from the hand. I have implemented a little loop to remove single cards used in other aspects of the game, as shown here: for ( i = position...
26-May-2014 18:27
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by TechG33K
hey guys i got this problem using dev c++ that when i use a rand function it says tat " `rand' undeclared" and it doesnt let me compile and run it cos of this problem but when i save it in C source file it can run but when i save it to my normal default C++ source files it says that error..help me...
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