Lounge - March 2021

Making a program compile itself
 
So, I have been looking into the system() function in the <stdlib.h> header file, and I found some i...
[11 replies] Last: dhayden, Ah, I think I see what you're talking about...I'm not sure ho... (by agent max)
<windows.h> for macOS? (1,2)
 
Does anyone know if there is a good version of the <windows.h> header file for macOS? Specifically, ...
[39 replies] Last: https://www.reddit.com/r/VXJunkies/ LOL. That's awesome. "Dial the ga... (by helios)
by helios
"Playlist" shuffle
 
I'm surprised I've never seen this mentioned anywhere, so I'm leaving it here. Consider the stand...
[9 replies] Last: helios, Another very good point; I should probably just delete my firs... (by agent max)
Perl poetry
 
Just thought this was interesting; in another topic, "CS pedagogy," someone brought up the topic of ...
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by Ch1156
What books would you recommend for C++
 
I want to buy some more C++ books. Ones that teach good programming form and explain things well. ...
[10 replies] Last: ಠ_ಠ Amazon overcharges for everything. It's cheaper on the Pearso... (by agent max)
Hello,guys. I wanna develop a simple system.
 
Hello, guys. I desire to develop a simple system to assist with common statistic, verification and ...
[3 replies] Last: Hey wanabeahacker, If you could allow me to send you a private message... (by agent max)
HUMBLE BOOK BUNDLE: Learn You More Code by No Starch Press
 
Just thought I'd post this here. I have no involvement with the companies involved...I just like No...
[6 replies] Last: [quote=agent max]Who is twicker? Admin? Yes. [quote=and]But yes, I a... (by Grey Wolf)
How do operating systems draw to the screen?
 
This thread may be quite long as I'm trying to learn about how an OS such as Windows or Linux distro...
[14 replies] Last: RBG is not the only model, though. It works when the device being con... (by Niccolo)
Induction confusion
 
Hi guys, I'm having a look at mathematical induction, with relevance to the 2nd question on this li...
[10 replies] Last: @againtry. nice :D (by Grime)
Linux vs Windows Round 0: Watch a Microsoft Dev Build the Linux Kernel
 
Linux vs Windows Round 0: Watch a Microsoft Dev Build the Linux Kernel https://www.youtube.com/watc...
[8 replies] Last: Cool, cool. I don't really target non-Windows very often, but it's goo... (by helios)
Getting better at problem solving?
 
Hi guys, One thing that catches me up is my relatively weak problem solving skills, take for exam...
[16 replies] Last: Why not try a vector? Or would that have the same problem? (by agent max)
Encryption question
 
Hi guys, so I've never really implemented any cryptographic algorithms apart from a simple xor one ...
[8 replies] Last: for something like an older zip file, password123 vs a longer one is m... (by jonnin)
Did you know that 1 = 2?
 
This will blow your mind, well, at least it blew my mind. Some of you other math nerds will probably...
[9 replies] Last: x = x^2 x - x^2 = 0 ( subtract overcomes possibility that x could be 0... (by againtry)
AddressSanitizer (ASan) for Windows with MSVC
 
https://devblogs.microsoft.com/cppblog/addresssanitizer-asan-for-windows-with-msvc/ https://devbl...
[2 replies] Last: I thought it was good news myself, since I use MSVC a LOT. Finding bu... (by Furry Guy)
Particle effects in c++ with effekseer
 
Sorry if this isn't the right place to post this. If it isn't point me in the right direction please...
[2 replies] Last: Hey thanks for the heads up man! It's pretty cool for sure, just need ... (by brianbathorycpp)
Hi,guys. I have completed the tutorial here.
 
Hi,guys. I have completed the tutorial here. and I believe all that I've learned from here is the...
[7 replies] Last: OP, If you want ideas on what you can do with C++, I like using it to ... (by agent max)
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