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    Re: file i/o from bottom to the top

    thanks again twokaud...so many many thanks..
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    thanks to all of you...you guys are just soo good! hopefully oneday i will become like you
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    Re: file i/o from bottom to the top

    wow...very trivial indeed...so i load all of them in a container and i start to pop_back for count 20..new line..is always looks more easier when you already have the answer...
    thanks laserlight...
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    Re: file i/o from bottom to the top

    and what about inverting the order? last line must be first line did you notice? must read from bottom to top... still not clear how that is being done laserlight...
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    Re: file i/o from bottom to the top

    each line will be made of 20 numbers, how many lines? they vary..more than 150 lines for sure...keeps changing...
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    file i/o from bottom to the top

    so let say i got some numbers like so in a .txt file


    12 13 22 22 43 45
    23 54 87 89 98 88
    34 55 76 88 8 88
    45 32 45 28 98 88
  7. Re: problems with passing std::multimap as a parameter

    you are very right! my bad! those small small things are what will get you.
    what do you mean by i should learn to ask questions the "smart" way?
    we all do start from somewhere you know???
  8. problems with passing std::multimap as a parameter

    am passing an std::multimap<int, int> (a global variable) as a parameter to a function.
    In the function itself (function first_rumble() ) the map behaves well..all is ok..size not zero after being...
  9. Thread: file i/o

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    ok will put code in code tags next time. sorry.
    std::vector<int>cont2;
    std::vector<int>values_to_play;

    are global variable declared up there somewhere....
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    sir since you're online now..can you help me with this lil problem?

    am getting error undefined reference... :(


    /home/mike/Dropbox/C++/Rolling Real.o||In function `extract_pos_wins()':|...
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    Re: file i/o

    ok ok loads of thanks for the clarification :)
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    thanks 2kaud the code works..and there was no need to change string elem to int elem...
    you could have told me sstreams are used to convert int to strings for input..but i read about it and i got it...
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    Hi 2kaud..thanks for the quick reply...
    but there are some stream objects I've never used before and reading about them on cplusplus.com has given me some idea but things are not just clear yet......
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    file i/o

    i want the maching to be inserting numbers itself from a name.txt file (no problem here)
    but lets say i have the numbers this way

    23 24 25 26
    27 28 28 30
    31 32 33 34

    in my name.txt file
    ...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    just don't mind :)
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    vladimirF that was by the way..we're here to talk messed up code.
    Paul mckenzie..I find your code too heavy though..i didn't even know you could call a function in a struct like that..like how you...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    thanks paul! anyway is not homework...is me wanting the machine to do some daunting repetitive task for me...i got this part time job to put some numbers in order...and am trying to find a way to...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    given this
    4,34,32,34,56,
    76,4,98,3,4,
    3,5,3,4,5,
    6,7,55,67,65,
    67,19,57,12,45,
    ...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    and you are right Paul! i need to use the STL more! but is not my fault..am in third year computer engineering...should be taking my degree in a couple of months...we were only taught how to program...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    my numbers are natural numbers...in cont3 there must be no repeating natural numbers...the pairing is insignificant in cont 3... but the rule is that i have to take the first two numbers of every...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    2kaud! :) of course with this explanation the code will surely crash!!! and it may crash still too if i use just int * pointer if my vector is moving about in memory...i have to read and go at the...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    oh a moment, i just learned something new...so with vector::iterator..pushback destroys the pointer? wow! so i may as well not use a vector::iterator but an int * chk2 no? anyway am gonna read on...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    i don't get your point, paul mckenzie, std::vector<int>::iterator chk1 and chk2 don't refer to a particular vector...the should be free to point to anyone, no???
    and anyway... what the code is...
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    am searching for materials again on debugging..hope to be able to do it soon! thanks
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    Re: why is this code crashing?

    yes man! unfortunately i've not been able to successfully learn how to debug with code::blocks..or with any IDE for that matter.I mean i haven't been able to find a step by step instruction on how to...
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