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    Re: C++ Inheritance

    Thanks, I'll look into all this!
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    Re: C++ Inheritance

    Thanks, I think I understand this now. So storing a vector of pointers will retain the derived object, rather than slicing it to the base object, which enables me to call the derived function via the...
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    Re: C++ Inheritance

    Hi,

    Thanks for the responses. The reason I am writing this code is that I am writing a GUI, which has a set of buttons. But there are several different types of buttons. So, I have a "Button"...
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    C++ Inheritance

    Hello,

    I have a simple question about inheritance. Consider the following code:




    Class Base
    {
    int type;
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    Creating New Database Table

    Hello,

    I am very new to database with C#, so hopefully this will just be a quick one.

    I'm trying to create a new SQL database with Visual Studio 2013, with one table. I am following a tutorial,...
  6. Visual Studio Debugging - revisiting same memory state

    Hello,

    When running my code in Visual Studio, there is a particular point in the code where my program is crashing. To debug this, I am adding a break point in Debug mode just before that point,...
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    vector::assign in two dimensions

    Hello,

    If I have a one-dimensional array of length 10, vector<int> x, and I want to assign all the elements to value 5, then I can do the following:



    vector<int> x(10);
    x.assign(10, 5);
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    When to use static classes

    Hello,

    I am just wondering what the best practice is for when to use static classes (by static class, I mean a class which has only static attributes and functions).

    If you are creating more...
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    General Object-Orientated Question

    Hello,

    I have a very general question about object-orientation programming. I have been programming for a few years, but I'm just wondering what the best practice is for this particular situation....
  10. Renaming Visual Studio Project/Solution Files

    Hello,

    I have a Visual Studio 10 Project, and I want to rename both the Project, and the Solution. To do this so far, I have right-clicked on the Project or Solution in the Solution Explorer, then...
  11. fstream - Writing in the middle of a file

    Hello,

    I want to edit the contents of a file using fstream, but none of the modes in the fstream constructor work for me.

    If I use ios::trunc, then the whole file is deleted - but I want to...
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    Adding GPS data to JPEG file

    Hello,

    This is not strictly a C++ question, but I don't know where else to ask!

    Anyway, I am writing a program to read and write EXIF data in a JPEG file; specifically, the GPS data.

    I have...
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    OpenCV solve equation

    Hello,

    I'm hoping that there is somebody out there who is familiar with OpenCV, as I have a very simple problem.

    I have a linear equation Ax = B which I want to solve. This is done with the...
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    Linking to DLLs with Visual Studio 10

    Hello,

    I have a library that I want to link to with Visual Studio 10. It is a dynamic-link library, with a .dll file and a .lib file. I am following what I think is the correct procedure for...
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    Compiling from source

    Hello,

    I have a fairly basic question about compiling libraries. Suppose that I want to use an open-source library that has been written by somebody else. Typically, when I go to the website to...
  16. Thread: ios::trunc

    by karnavor
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    Re: ios::trunc

    But is it possible to write the vector.size() value at the beginning of the file, after I've written the rest of the file?
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    Re: ios::trunc

    The reason I need that piece of code is because I need to read the last entry in the data file, before I read the rest of the file. When creating the file, I am adding numbers from an array to the...
  18. Thread: ios::trunc

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    Re: ios::trunc

    Hi,

    Thanks for your help. Losing the ios::app worked!

    However, I have also come across something else peculiar.

    If I use:


    in.seekg(-(sizeof(int)), ios::end);
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    ios::trunc

    Hello,

    I am saving data to a file "myfile.dat". Every time I save new data, I want to eliminate the existing file and start a new file. From what I know, setting the ios::trunc flag should do...
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    Re: GNU Scientific Library eigenvectors

    Hi, thanks for your reply. The Wikipedia article states that:

    "the Perron–Frobenius theorem ... asserts that a real square matrix with positive entries has a unique largest real eigenvalue and...
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    GNU Scientific Library eigenvectors

    Hello,

    I am trying to use the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) to compute the leading eigenvector (corresponding to the largest eigenvalue) of a matrix M of size N (N ~ 100). M is square and...
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    Clearing std::cin buffer?

    Hello,

    I am using a computer vision C++ library called OpenCV, which has a function "int waitKey(int delay)". This function waits for a user input key, for a specified number of milliseconds. It...
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    Programming Windows API in Mac OS Bootcamp

    Hello,

    I am running Windows 7 on a Mac, using Apple's Bootcamp utility, such that the Windows installation is native. However, I am finding some issues when programming the Windows API using...
  24. Thread: Header files

    by karnavor
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    Header files

    Hello,

    What is the difference between the header files <header.h> and <header>?

    I know that the <...> brackets indicate that the header file is located in some standard directory that the...
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    ifstream / ofstream precision

    Hello,

    I'd like to ask two different questions on a related topic please...

    1. When I am writing float data to a text file, I want to set the precision. I know that with std::cout, you can...
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