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  1. Re: Pointers, passing by reference, and good 'style'

    Pointers and references are two different things. Conceptually a pointer is a memory location holding a pointer to the area of memory that holds the data you require. A reference is the memory...
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    Re: Return by copy

    References are fun, if you're new to C++ it is the first thing I would suggest you master. There are plenty of tutorials around the internet that will help you out.

    As for your question, the...
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    Re: Simple Encryption Program

    Hi!

    You could approach this problem many ways, I think the most simple is to create a hash map of associations matching each letter with its corresponding replacement. I.E. "a"="w", "b"=y" and so...
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    Re: Software to help with a distributed team

    Thanks for the feedback. We do use Netmeeting now, however it's restrictive and takes a while to setup. It doesn't store contact lists for example. Unfortunately external server based technology is...
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    Software to help with a distributed team

    Hi!

    I'm after a software component to help me run a distributed team of developers and support technicians. We run over several states of my country and often spend many hours a day on the phone...
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    Re: undefined symbol

    Hi there silentwings.

    Probably the best way to get some assistance is to post the code that you've having trouble compiling. Try to isolate it down to just a few lines if you can and then post it...
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    Another option is to use the following



    use namespace std;


    One contentions issue is whether or not you should use namespace declarations in code, personally I find them confusing and...
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    Re: Input not accepted

    The problem you have is in the loops. In the loop:



    for (n=0; n<height; n++)


    the n=0 sets n equal to 0 therefore ignoring the input entirely. The same goes for the for loop with m as the...
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    Re: Large file seek slow under Win32

    Thanks for your help guys. I finally found a setting in the compiler that made it run at full speed or close enough to it again.

    Cheers
    Dan
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    Re: Large file seek slow under Win32

    Also an option but it will mean I have to maintain two code sets as this code runs cross plat form running smoothly and quickly under Unix (AIX) and mean I'd have to re-write a large portion of it.
    ...
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    Re: Large file seek slow under Win32

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply, yes this is certainly an option and one I will have to investigate if I cannot find a quicker solution to my problem. However this code is very complicated and it would...
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    Large file seek slow under Win32

    Hi,

    I have a large file (well 17mb) and I want to randomise the lines in the file. The process I have loads the file, creates a file pointer list pointing to the first character of each line,...
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    Re: I hate the new Promotion !

    Great news.

    Good to see you lot looking otu for your members.

    Cheers
  14. Thread: web coding

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    Re: web coding

    There are lots of ways you can use C++ for Web. C++ is exceptional for Web Services when using gSOAP or one of the other good SOAP libraries. You can write C++ as a CGI application that will run...
  15. Re: Very interesting artilce on Programming Languages

    I don't know if interesting is the right word for it, seems mis-informed and over dramatised.

    A bad programmer, in any language, is a bad programmer. The only point I could agree on in the...
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    Re: Replace main node name

    I'm not familiar with C#, but what is the output you're getting from this code? What XML tool are you using to parse and update the XML or does C# come with one as default?
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    Re: insert Image into my XML

    There are lots of ways you can add images. YOu can add an image reference tag if the image is already hosted somewhere. You can serialise the image and then de-serialise it on the client end.
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    Re: Output formatting

    The answer is still valid,



    printf("%.2f", f);


    Puts your floating point number into the output buffer as a string of the number to two decimal places.
  19. Re: Article discussion: How Software Development is Like Fast Food Restaurants

    I got bored half way through it and had to push myself to finish the article. I thought it was a load of dribble I'm afraid. You can make a comparison between software development and pretty much...
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    Re: makefile output directory

    Great,

    Glad it worked.

    Cheers
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    Re: makefile output directory

    I haven't worked with BCB 4.x but the later versions allow you to change the immediate output in the IDE. Modifying the generated makefile may not be a good idea.

    Is there no setting to define...
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    Re: N Queens problem

    Why don't you give it a shot and let us know what problems you run into?

    I don't think anyone here is going to do your homework for you.
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    Re: How to set a column to be auto numbered?

    Or, you could just use the inbuilt auto number flag of SQL Server.
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    Re: a 100 word summary

    Wow, just checked this guys posting history. 6/7 posts are "do my homework for me".

    Nice summary there.
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    Re: .NET interface with website

    Websites are hosted on HTTP servers. What you need to do is make an HTTP request of the server to get the website that youre after. Make a get call to the page you require and then parse the...
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