Using both C and C++ ISO standard libraries
(Originally posted as: another strange output?)
>I just recently was educated that I should be using #include <iostream>
>instead of using #include <iostream.h> as I had been doing.
>However, even though the education cured one strange output issue, now
>with the "correct" include spec I cannot get it to show the radix base like
>it used to using the "incorrect" include spec.
>Very much appreciate info as to what I am still missing. Code below
>#include <windows.h...The use of the C++ standard
[I'm not positive if this should go here or comp.std.c++, so I hope
you'll forgive me if you feel it is off topic here.]
I've programmed in C++ for several years now (think 5 years seriously,
and maybe 8 from when I made my hello world), and I'm debating whether
or not I should buy the C++ standard document. So I have a couple
questions about it.
1. Under what circumstances would you recommend buying it? Is it useful
for mostly just compiler/library implementers, or do you guys use it in
everyday programming? If so, how?
2. There's a published version for about 60 USD (s...How to do analog input output of PCI-6052 or 6071 using simple C/C++ language
I need to drive a dc motor and read the potentiometer using the NI PCI-6052 or PCI-6071E by programming in simple C or C++ or Borland C but not in visual C.
what should be the necessary steps?
how to access the memory registers of NI Cards using C commands?
Adding to what Christian said here is a good link that should help you as well.
<a href="http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/5409" target="_blank">
I found this by searching for "DAQmx text based" on...What coding standard are you using for C?
What coding standard are you using for C (if any)?
Like naming variables, functions, constants, globals, locals, types etc.?
> What coding standard are you using for C (if any)?
> Like naming variables, functions, constants, globals, locals, types etc.?
> for example:
You will get as many *different* answers as respondent...UNICODE input for CGI using C
I'm trying to accept a multi-lingual string (UNICODE) in a
form and am trying to parse it. What i am getting is %XX (which is a
single byte, not 2 bytes). So, is the data getting lost? What format
is it, if it is not getting lost.
Thanx in advance,
In article <email@example.com>,
> I'm trying to accept a multi-lingual string (UNICODE) in a
>form and am trying to parse it. What i am getting is %XX (which is a
>single byte, not 2 bytes). So, is the data g...Asynchronous programming using standard C
I'm interested in asynchronous programming but am having a few problems
understanding the underlying implementation.
I assume that asynchronous programming is generally done by calling a
function (which includes a call back function pointer in its arguments)
which starts a thread and then immediately returns. Once the thread has
completed the task it then calls the call back function to return the
data to the caller.
Is this the basic idea of asynchronous programming or have I got it
Thankfully threading is now on-topic in this group thanks to C11.
...Standard Library of useful utilities in C...
I'm new to c programming, and I come to it from higher-level, object
oriented languages. I was hoping to find a standard library that
contained common structures and functions that would be used in many C
programs. As an example, I am looking for a standard implementation of
a hash table.
Does such a library exist? I checked out the GNU C Library, but it
didn't seem to have what I was looking for.
Does every C programmer implement this stuff from scratch?
comp.lang.c.moderated - moderation address: firstname.lastname@example.org -- you must
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Hello, i need help or some advice to do some work.
I want to make a simple example, i've a Client and a Server.
My client ask the server to run some program, and i want that the server
return the output messages of the running program.
I want to know how redirect the output stream over CORBA. For now i've
created my client and my server. My client ask the server to run a program.
The server execute the program.
To launch the program on the server side, i've inherited from ACE_Process
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Tha...Using the carry flag in standard C
Recently the discussion about the integer flags started again.
I argued again with my "_carry()" function, but
Mr Jean Marc Bourguet and Mr K. Thompson proposed
a better alternative. Thinking about it, I think that their
solution is much better than mine, since it produces less
restrictions and fits better in the existing language.
We could do something like:
int add_with_carry(int a,int b, bool *carry);
int sub_with_borrow(int a,int b,bool *borrow);
int mult_with_carry(int a,int b,bool *carry);
The advantage of this is that in machines that do not have any carry