Search:

Type: Posts; User: studiesrule; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 2 1 2

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Poll: Re: Ubuntu's Free! Online Programming Book Library Links page

    Those are amazing lecture series, but are more theoretical, and might be dated now (No OOPS there). Here's the linkey and linkeySr.
  2. Replies
    8
    Views
    845

    Re: /dev/stdin C++

    I believe it has something to termios. I don't know any resource for C++, but here's something for Python. Perhaps you could draw some inspiration.

    However, it would frankly be irritating to go...
  3. Re: so I am starting to learn python and am getting very confused..

    The questions at the end are intentionally given without answers, just to make sure you peruse them long enough. If you can't answer them completely, try to write some code to check it out (this is...
  4. Replies
    4
    Views
    284

    Re: Playing with System Processes

    Thanks Mr.C , the pty is more like what I wanted.
  5. Re: [ANN]: IRC channel for `Programming Talk' forums

    Another vote for sticky-ing it, and a great many thanks. This would really help the guys with small problems (like me)
  6. Replies
    4
    Views
    284

    Re: Playing with System Processes

    I guess that this would be applicable to C++ programs as well right?

    Thanks a bunch.
  7. Replies
    10
    Views
    13,497

    Re: Learning C++

    There are a lot of C++ IDE's out there. It is debatable, but when your just starting out, it's better to just use gedit or Scintilla. The reason being is that you need to focus on learning the...
  8. Re: how do patches work? (the technical details)

    Well, I may not be adequately knowledgable about this, but I do know about compile-time patching.

    For example, look at this small patch. It comes from a great little program called FileLight (for...
  9. Replies
    4
    Views
    284

    Playing with System Processes

    Hey.
    I wanted to know if it is possible to control and handle processes (or programs) through another program. For example, if I wanted to execute, say `ifconfig` in a program, and use that...
  10. Replies
    13
    Views
    22,338

    Re: Starting to program with C/C++ and OpenGL

    I also agree with Wyrbiral, that SDL makes life very very easy. NeHe's tutorials are excellent. Some other tutuorials you might find useful:

    Lazy Foo Prod. : Great for SDL, you wont need too much...
  11. Replies
    19
    Views
    776

    Re: We know how, but why?

    Well, I've seen myself go through so many phases in my programming life. In the beginning, to be honest, there was no reason at all. I think I saw my brother do something on the comp in QBasic, and I...
  12. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,862

    Re: Best/Favorite WYSIWYG Editor

    Your right, I haven't mentioned details well. Those editors are mainly for C/C++. Anjuta can do other languages with plugins. Anjuta integrates Glade very well, so you can WYSIWYG gtk apps. C::B has...
  13. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,862

    Re: Best/Favorite WYSIWYG Editor

    There's a 487 post sticky up there that will certainly have more than enough IDE's. You should check that out. I use Anjuta or Codeblocks. Both are under heavy development, but both are quite nice....
  14. Question relating to project viability

    I was considering making a stable POS suite targeted at small - med shops and supermarkets. The mode of business may not necessarily be online, though support for it may be included. It would handle...
  15. Replies
    13
    Views
    526

    Re: Help - I cant complile any C program

    I don't see anything awkward in the source file. Perhaps, the PLF and the Ubuntu overlap, and are causing some problems. Try and comment out those lines and update.
    If that doesn't work, you could...
  16. Replies
    4
    Views
    331

    Re: New way of programming/scripting

    It looks like an interesting field. What OSS projects with the same have started so far? Anything worth mention?
  17. Replies
    39
    Views
    9,290

    Re: Simple neural network in python

    Would you be so kind as to posting some reference material. I'm extremely interested in AI, but have no knowledge really.
  18. Replies
    7
    Views
    323

    Re: Developing Device Drivers

    I'm more familiar with C++, though I have done a little work in C. I know the kernel is in C, but how much of a curve would I observe. I'm planning to buy that book (as well as the one on hacking the...
  19. Replies
    7
    Views
    323

    Re: Developing Device Drivers

    Arrigato gozaimasu. Thanks a lot. I'm actually thinking to buy a book, because reading so much on the comp would frizzle my eyes out.
  20. Replies
    7
    Views
    323

    Developing Device Drivers

    Listening to Wyrbrial's wisdom, I wanted to learn how to develop device drivers. I obviously have no idea how to go about it. Before you say that I should be thinking about it, I just wanted to say...
  21. Replies
    1
    Views
    427

    Getting Anjuta to Compile

    After many efforts to try and coax the source code for Anjuta 2.* to work (the repo version breaks down on me), I decided to try and post here. I'm compiling the 2.1.0 (the Wind) version. It seems to...
  22. Replies
    3
    Views
    782

    Re: Small C++ Doubt

    Thanks a lot! I just added the reference tag, and looking at it, actually wanted to reference, and not pass-by-value. I don't think I'm looking for generics. Different shapes would collide...
  23. Replies
    3
    Views
    782

    Small C++ Doubt

    I've been brushing up my C++ skills, and I'm confused at a particular point, and I was hoping some of you would help clear it up.

    Basically, I want to define an interface called Entity. This is a...
  24. Re: New 3D engine designed for game making under C/C++ using OpenGL/SDL in progress!

    @DrMega: You should try CodeBlocks. Their IDE is pretty nice, and is quite feature rich (while still being very easy to use).
  25. Re: New 3D engine designed for game making under C/C++ using OpenGL/SDL in progress!

    Wow, this is an amazing project. In fact, just 3 days ago, I wanted to start learning about 3D engines, and making 3D visualization of data ('course this is a 3D engine, but I'm sure a lot of this...
Results 1 to 25 of 50
Page 1 of 2 1 2