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    Re: c++, cout and vectors of objects

    oh gosh, it's always the simple things. That did eliminate the compiler error. Thanks.

    ::feeling sheepish::
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    c++, cout and vectors of objects

    So I'm thoroughly confused I'm trying to print elements of a vector of objects, and I get the comiler message of

    The code:

    for ( size_t i = 0; i < theClass.size(); ++i ) {
    cout <<...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: File Manager that lets you search and pull (cut) files from folders (Windows 7)

    Yes plain old Unity.
  4. [SOLVED] Re: File Manager that lets you search and pull (cut) files from folders (Windows 7)

    Nautilus does this by default in 13.04 for me. If I open a folder and start searching, all sub-folders get searched, I can then select all and cut or copy then paste the files to a new location.
  5. Re: Code behaving differently on two systems, any idea why?

    scanf is what we are using at this stage of learning (this is an intro to c class), we talk about it, talked about the problems it has, but it's what we are using in class.

    I get what you mean...
  6. Re: Code behaving differently on two systems, any idea why?

    I should've thought of number 3. Ah well, I shouldn't get dinged too bad for the mistake. That clears it up. The mistake was me as I suspected :D
  7. Re: Code behaving differently on two systems, any idea why?

    Well that was the assignment (to print to a header file then use the header file in a second program) and I couldn't think of any other way to count the elements of the array. That's the data we are...
  8. Re: Code behaving differently on two systems, any idea why?

    I did install gcc 4.8.1 for Ubuntu and compiled with that, still the same results. I'll have to do more poking tomorrow, the only difference between the generated header files is the line endings.
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  9. Code behaving differently on two systems, any idea why?

    So I wrote this program for class, compiled under Ubuntu using gcc 4.6.3, and for windows I compiled using mingw gcc 4.8.1, I have it working correctly and submitted, but I'm wondering why it isn't...
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    Re: Installing a Tar.GZ file

    Basically do as the readme says.

    Open your file browser, browse so that you are in the same folder as that installer. press ctrl+L and highlight the location that appears in the location bar and...
  11. Thread: Ubuntu 13.4

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    Re: Ubuntu 13.4

    What about the terminal command mikewhatever suggested


    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer
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    Re: What is Ubuntu?

    I did not catch the "I'm not with" bit. Suddenly the situation got a lot more suspicious.
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    Re: what is Ubuntu please help!

    Ubuntu is a Open Source Operating System, other operating systems you may have heard of are Windows, and Mac OSx.

    Ubuntu is not a virus, it's not a remote controlled program. It does have...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Cool stuff to do in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64-bit?

    I do my programming under an AC vent. Is that cool enough?
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    [SOLVED] Re: what is "file.txt~" ?

    Some editors such as vim, gvim, and gedit, store a backup copy of text files when you save them with a ~ at the end. So it's just the copy previous to your last save.
  16. [xubuntu] Re: Mystery Man login face: how to replace it with image icon ?

    You caught me before an edit, the Xubuntu interface looks very similar to Ubuntu's but when I tried to click the spot where the tile is in Ubuntu's users account tool, nothing. Supposedly you can...
  17. [xubuntu] Re: Mystery Man login face: how to replace it with image icon ?

    It really is that easy in

    Ubuntu, Cog -> System Settings -> User Accounts -> next to your name in the right hand pane click the tile there, browse for a picture etc...


    Xubuntu, I'm not...
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    Re: Winexplorer sim. in 12.04?

    Are you wanting a list view instead of tile view? You can set that in preferences as the default view if you like. Edit -> preferences -> view tab -> at "view new folders using" drop down and select...
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    Once upon a time, this forum had a thanks button.
    I guess people abused it.
    I still miss it.
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    [SOLVED] Re: vim, custom commands

    Okay, I understand most of that sample makefile, I'm confused about what the '$<' and the '$@' do, I've seen it in a few tut's I've perused but none of them explain it, they just pop it in like it's...
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    [SOLVED] Re: vim, custom commands

    if I moved my make file and ran 'make test' inside the directory where test.c resides, It runs a generic 'cc test.c -o test' which doesn't compile of course because I have c99 specific code in there....
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    [SOLVED] Re: vim, custom commands

    Well it's just a bunch of small programs, so I wrote one makefile with targets for each different assignment I do, so I can type :!make thisprog and it'll compile, I'm adding the .bin because I want...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: issues with apt-get install isc-dhcp-server & sudo apt-get install update command

    apt-get update updates your list of packages, it needs to be run once before you can install any packages (the package you want to install should work after an update)

    sudo apt-get update

    to do...
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    [SOLVED] Re: vim, custom commands

    makefiles were just the ticket!
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    [SOLVED] Re: vim, custom commands

    I basically don't want to have to rewrite my compile command when I switch computers etc..., the make file sounds promising, trying to understand a tutorial right now.
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