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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
by WaltP Go to last post
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by sincrono
When errors appear at random, say, when the identical procedure sequences of a program crash only sometimes, first we doubt about the reliability of the code. But as in this example, I can't imagine how a simple initialization fails sometimes. Like the one below. The image shows an example of the...
25-Sep-2012 13:18
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by printf("Help")
Hi all, trying to make a simple (or so I thought) Hangman game where 1 player inputs a word and the other then has to guess it. I'm trying to code something that records the number of letters in the word that player 1 enters, but the "i++" part in my while loop seems to be counting twice. You can...
22-Sep-2012 15:35
by WaltP Go to last post
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by swarna.bhatt
Hi Everyone , Below is the small code . void main() { int n1 = 4; int n2 = 2; int s1 = n1/n2; float s2= n1/n2;
13-Sep-2012 08:10
by deepikasnv Go to last post
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by buffett
I spent a week trying to find my mistake on the code as below. I cannot figure it out even though such a simple program! It gives me unexpected value only when j = 0 except when i = 0. When I cancel the Average part in the Average function, it returns right values as the sum. So I know the problem...
04-Sep-2012 01:43
by buffett Go to last post
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by sega16
Hello I have noticed a market shift to mobile phone / entertainment devices (they are much more than phones now a-days) and the only compiler that I found for the iphone xcode is mac only I do not have a mac they are way to expensive and I do not like using a mac. I was wondering what arm compiler...
02-Sep-2012 15:35
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by refaelok
hello. I can not deal with this exercise and I would be happy if you can help me. Exercise: Write a function that accepts an array size NxN. The function returns the maximum amount of sub-array size at least 2x2 squares in the array provided. this is what i tried but it dosn't work: int...
29-Aug-2012 03:46
by refaelok Go to last post
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by babibabiboo
Hey guys I have to write a program that calculates the angle of a projectile motion using speed, initial height, and distance. The angle must be within the range of- arctan(speed^2/gravitational_acceleration*distance)<or equal to angle<or equal to 90 degrees. The hint was to use the bisection...
22-Aug-2012 08:23
by steamerandy Go to last post
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by knockout_artist
Hello. I have buffer with yuy2 data I need to save it on local drive, one frame only. Do I need to convert it first to rgb or some thing ? I saw this png_write_row() function, would it take care of yuy2 format it self? Any ideas?
17-Aug-2012 07:09
by davekw7x Go to last post
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by refaelok
hello im new here. im a student for software engineer. i tried to write this program that found digit in numbers in the mat and make dynamic array for the numbers that he found. the program crush in the line "free(arr2);" and sometimes it crush in line "result=(int*)malloc((size2)*sizeof(int));" ,...
16-Aug-2012 23:59
by refaelok Go to last post
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by zikmir
Hi there ! I'm an engineering student and i am learning C language. I really am enjoying my time, but there are some things i really need to ask since im on vacation and i cannot wait to attend classes ! (Yes im a neard). I am aware that we cannot create "strings" in C. So using Arrays to store...
16-Aug-2012 09:34
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by swarna.bhatt
Hi Below is small piece of code #include <stdio.h> #include <malloc.h> int main() { int *iArrPtr = NULL;
30-Jul-2012 06:52
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by cesarmvbr
Hello, folks! I have to generate random points (that represent circles of diameter = 1) without overlapping it each other. The RNG I use is the Mersenne Twister. Does anyone know how can I do it? Thanks in advance.
25-Jul-2012 16:51
by davekw7x Go to last post
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by Rsk08
Hi, im doing a program that converts from a roman number to a numerical number and im trying to write on the screen and also on a file that i created, the program shows no erros opens and when i enter the the numbers to convert it shows me the assertion error i think its related to the fprintf but...
17-Jun-2012 00:00
by Rsk08 Go to last post
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by manit123
hi , I intend to convert an 8.3 folder or file name to actual. In cmd.exe or , the following works dir /b "<argument>" But in c program I get -1 return code Here it is #include<stdio.h> #include<process.h> #include<conio.h>
15-Jun-2012 01:02
by manit123 Go to last post
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by swarna.bhatt
Hi Everyone , I am always confused with basics of data types . Why does float i = 10/100 results in i = 0.0000 and float i = 10.0/100.0 gives the expected result .(i,e 0.1)
13-Jun-2012 00:34
by swarna.bhatt Go to last post
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Thread Rating: 7 votes, 4.1429 average. by bravetanveer
hi all, The way to dynamically allocate a 2D array is : int a(*); a=(int (*))malloc(sizeof(int)*5);
03-Jun-2012 18:45
by valera Go to last post
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by Lucas Masalskas
#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <curl/curl.h> #include <errno.h> #include <locale.h> #include "myprog.h" /* Content of myprog.h */ //51 + 1 for \0
01-Jun-2012 16:36
by Lucas Masalskas Go to last post
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by choco
Hello again! I had to write a program that would reverse the digits of an int var. First I count the digits of the given number, then I'm using function rev to change positions and print result. It looks like its working fine but I have some problems with output. If i try to reverse a variable...
30-May-2012 17:01
by choco Go to last post
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by choco
Program is doing its job but it ignores the scanf I use in order to answer y or n in restarting game. #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main(void) { int i,key,num,pr; char dec; dec='y'; while (dec=='y') { /*thats the restart game loop*/
30-May-2012 16:50
by choco Go to last post
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by samah
Hey :D so I'm trying to create a ternary tree from an array of strings, simple as that, but the program won't run. Now I'd like to know what am I doing wrong here maybe not in the way of thinking? #include<stdio.h> #include<string.h> #define P 100 #define N 3 typedef struct{ int T;
29-May-2012 10:26
by Howard_L Go to last post
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