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    Re: graphs (union, intersection,

    The chapter is on Graphs and understand graph theory, how we represent graphs in memory, impletenting graph algorithms, shortest path algorithms. It just confusing.

    I understand what you are...
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    graphs (union, intersection,

    First I'll start out with this is not a homework assignment.

    So we are going over graphs and I am trying to understand where some of this is used in computer programming. Keep in mind this is...
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    Re: Simple question - mem addresses

    Brian - Think you are correct about bloodshed too. A while back I was trying to figure out how its debugger work and I kept coming on statements like it is broken and the entire thing is not being...
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    Re: Simple question - mem addresses

    Interesting to learn about delete. Not one thing was mentioned in the book about this or with a program I wrote and turned in a month ago. No comment about using that the same way. Lesson learned....
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    Re: Simple question - mem addresses

    For me I find working code helps me understand what the book is telling us. Sometimes the books IMO, just don't allow me to visualize it well so I have to take some time and create a small program....
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    Re: Simple question - mem addresses

    Chris_F- Your right. I am looking at the address of the pointer in mem and not the info or link that it is pointing too. Think I am saying the correctly. My idea was to make sure they both had the...
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    Re: Simple question - mem addresses

    Stupid me -



    struct llNode // linked list nodes
    {
    int numbers; // ints in the link list
    llNode *next; // the reference to the next node
    }
    nodeStruc;
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    [RESOLVED] Simple question - mem addresses

    Hello everyone - just registered and thought someone might be able to explain something to me.
    I'm back in school which I should have ten years ago but I'm finishing what I didn't. Fun so far.

    In...
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