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    Online compiler

    I don't know how difficult this is to implement, but it would be nice to have an online compiler (for say C++, Java etc...) which allows you to compile and run projects involving multiple files.
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  2. Who else will support a new forum on Cloud Computing?

    It would be nice to be able to get the opinions of the gurus of this forum on topics related to this subject, both technical and non-technical.
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    Re: Good Java book for C++ developer

    Rapid switch to Java for an experienced C++ developer
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    Scribd type documentation on an intranet

    Hi,

    One of the things I wanted to do is to make documentation available on my company intranet, with printing, copy and pasting, and downloading disabled. Currently scribd has this functionality....
  5. Re: Does it increase the weight of your hard disk too??

    Yeah man my laptop is so heavy I can't even lift it off the floor anymore:)

    Us humans had better watch out. Too much information and this earth might collapse into a black hole singularity thingy.
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    Re: Favorite type of Tea?

    Does anyone else have problems getting to sleep if they drink coffee / tea in the afternoon (e.g. after 2pm)?
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    Re: Programming right for me?

    Why stop if you are doing this in your own free time and doing this out of interest? Extra knowledge / experience never hurt anyone.
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    Re: Is Codeguru dead?

    lol!:)
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    Re: Bug in C++ Language or Bug in C++ Compiler?

    As Zachm (implicitly) pointed out in the post :



    The line



    allocates contiguous memory of increasing sizes (first 4bytes, then 8bytes, then 12bytes etc...). Because these are increasing...
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    Re: Use Function from text file

    Check out : Wrapping Windows APIs with C++/CLI
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    Re: When your not coding...

    Or how about :

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f5/MGR4cara.jpg/200px-MGR4cara.jpg

    Nothing quite beats those old memories!
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    Re: read only alias to a pointer

    Or as another alternative, you could just have a single pointer to a const, and then use const_cast to whenever you want to modify. For example :



    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
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    Re: When your not coding...

    If I'm not coding, I'm debugging, If I'm not debugging I am learning something new, If I am not learning something new then I am dreaming about this :
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    Re: displaying a triangle

    Hi XodoX,

    0xC0000005 just meant replacing the 7 in "while(x<7){".

    BTW if your compiler does not have auto-indenting tools (both Visual Studio and CodeBlocks have this facility available), then...
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    Re: read only alias to a pointer

    Hi Muthuveerappan,

    It is strange that gcc and MSVC give different results for this!
    I think that as an alternative you can use references to serve your purpose :

    (note you can modify the...
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    Re: Java, C++, and C#

    Might also want to check out :

    An Introduction to Microsoft F#
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    Re: Discrete mathematics

    A site that might be of interest :

    Project Euler
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    Re: Is C++ a dying art?

    recently discovered managed C++/CLI can be useful for wrapping native C++ code so that it can be accessed in say C#.

    Wrapping Windows APIs with C++/CLI
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    Re: I'm new here -Who am I ?

    Bienvenue sur le forum. Je suis relativement nouveau aussi, et j'ai trouvé ce forum très utile. Goodluck!

    [p.s. excuse mon mauvais français. Je suis un débutant (en francais) et je...
  20. Re: What’s Applied Physics is doing in computers?

    In some places they also teach Quantum Computation in the later years :

    David Mermin's Quantum Computation Course

    John Preskill's Quantum Computation Course
  21. Re: Debug Assertion : Deleting derived class via base class pointer, virtual class

    Yes you guys are right...instead of trying to find out why incorrect methods don't work, I should be using my free time a bit more wisely!:)
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    Re: Problem with inheritance

    The first error you are getting is because you aren't invoking the parameterised constructor of Person from the constructor of Student. Therefore the default constructor of Person is getting called...
  23. [RESOLVED] Debug Assertion : Deleting derived class via base class pointer, virtual class

    Suppose I have (I know that if I want to get things right, A's destructor should be virtual, but I have left it out to keep the program as simple as possible):



    #include <iostream>
    using...
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    Software used to create Codeguru

    Hi, was off the shelf software used to create Codeguru?
  25. Re: Using a DLL containing MFC functions in a Managed C++ app

    Hi, this might be useful Link dll project to dll project (both managed C++).
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