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The Preprocessor program linked in g++ similar to the cpp program in gcc


The Preprocessor program linked in g++ similar to the cpp program in gcc

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The Preprocessor program linked in g++ similar to the cpp program in gcc
Tag : cpp , By : Simone
Date : November 24 2020, 01:01 AM

this one helps. At the preprocessing level, there isn't much difference between the two languages. It's just a matter of telling the preprocessor how to resolve includes (i.e. telling it the correct include paths) and defining certain macros (like __cplusplus). So the same program you use to expand preprocessor code in C should do the job for C++.

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Linked list program flow with respect program stack execution


Tag : c , By : user186831
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you If Your list contains {4,3,2,1}, then your output should be 1 1 1 right.
This because of the statement *head_ref = second;. In the 3rd call to the function just_traverse head_ref will points to 2 and second will points to 1. Now you are updating **head_ref to 1. Now you are printing second. So output will be value 1
1 1 1

Program received signal SIGSEGV, segmentation fault, Linked list program


Tag : c , By : tjh0001
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps You did not initialize numItems to zero. As unitialized it can be any number, including e.g. negative ones. Because of this your list is not created, hence pointer first points to NULL. Then the code segfaults in the function deleteList, when it tries to free memory at location NULL.

Why am I getting a break outside loop error for this python program but not for a similar program?


Tag : python , By : CHeMoTaCTiC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you In Python, the scope of loops and if/else blocks is determined solely by indentation, so if your indentation is messed up -- as it seems to be the case in your code -- it will produce strange results, or not compile at all if certain elements like break are used in an unexpected context.
Your code, in both examples, should be indented like this:
while True:  
    city = raw_input(prompt)

    if city == 'quit':
        break
    else:
        print "I'd love to go to " + city.title() + "!"

Why a multithreading C++ program crashes if we don't use join(), while a similar Java program doesn't


Tag : java , By : ussballantyne
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times It's rather simple: In contrast to C++, which terminates once main has finished, a java program ends only if all (non-deamon) threads (including main) have finished (cf., for example, this oracle thread documentation):

I wrote this program to reverse the elements in a linked list, after compiling this program this is showing error in the


Tag : cpp , By : Saul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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