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comment Why does the assignment operator assign to the left-hand side?
You're right, it's only logical for a left to right writing system as the roman alphabet, which I guess is used by almost every programming language, if not all.
Jul
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comment Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
Actually streams are not a C++ language feature as many believe, they're just template classes with the bitshifting operators << and >> overloaded.
Jul
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comment Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
It's not "the same hello world program", they are two different programs. You should compile the C program with a C++ compiler and see what happens. People tend to assume that for a program to be in C++ it has to use streams and not printf.
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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
20
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.
Feb
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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?
Dec
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asked In c/c++, are block-scope variables stacked only if the block is executed?
Dec
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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
6
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
Dec
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asked Learning C for C++ programmers