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comment Where are octals useful?
PS: Someone edited my question from "who uses octal?", which is pretty different from what's now the question. (this was edited out from my original question)
Jan
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comment Where are octals useful?
@Arian and C, C++ and many other languages that use the 0 notation
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comment Should curly braces appear on their own line?
Totally agree. It's presentation and not data.
Apr
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comment Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
Also, I would advice that instead of video tutorials, you get Kernigan's and Stroustrup's books, a nice IDE (Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode) and learn by coding the examples, trial and error and resorting to stackoverflow.
Apr
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comment Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
Thank you very much, but I'm not learning, I already know C and C++, I'm asking which one to use for this specific project.
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accepted Learning C for C++ programmers
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accepted In c/c++, are block-scope variables stacked only if the block is executed?
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asked In c/c++, are block-scope variables stacked only if the block is executed?
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Dec
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comment Learning C for C++ programmers
I've tried, it seems the more advanced C programming level they have, the more they like to obfuscate their code in obscure macros almost impossible to track down to actual code. :D
Dec
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comment Learning C for C++ programmers
Thanks, but I already use pointers, pointers to functions and memory allocation, as I wrote, I know C++ already. And also already read K&R
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asked Learning C for C++ programmers
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comment Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
Thanks for the great answer. I've coded a lot in C++ and wasn't at all aware that direct use of new and delete was discouraged, so I may have to go back to reading a bit of up-to-date C++ books, what do you suggest?
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accepted Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?
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asked Using C++ but not using the language's specific features, should switch to C?