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Problem: Can’t notice any problem, help : Invalid conversion from void* to char*
asked Jun 5 Chi Omega 114k points
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Problem: Does anyone have an answer: Relocation r_x86_64_32 against?
asked Jun 4 Jennifer Watkins 880 points
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Problem : Hi, Is there a way to solve it: Unable to locate package build-essential?
asked Jun 4 Sifat55 23.2k points
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Problem: Try to discover this : G++ is not recognized visual studio code
asked Jun 3 Sawyer Parviz 112k points
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Problem : How to recognize G++ as an internal or external command? Need help.
asked May 27 Siam55 23.3k points
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Problem: Need an answer for this > Optimization in levels vs optimization in differences
asked May 16 Chi Omega 114k points
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Problem: First off I would like to say I've seen the previous questions on this site, I've tried every solution but none fit my use case or solves my problem. I am having trouble with the g++ complier being recognized, I've included this path: C:\ ... has double quotes around it , so i tried editing the path to contain double quotes around it and the path automaticlly changes back after saving.
asked Apr 25 sumaiya simi 43.9k points
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Problem: I have created a C++ project which uses the nullptr and auto keywords. The build gives the following errors:- ../{filename}.cpp:13:13: error: ‘nullptr’ was not declared in this scope
asked Apr 19 ummesalma 29.1k points
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Problem: I am trying to execute my first "Hello World!" in C++. I am using Windows XP But I get: 'g++' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
asked Apr 18 ummesalma 29.1k points
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Question: I'm trying to write a program for a simple game, but I am getting errors, stray &lsquo;\342&rsquo; and &lsquo;\200&rsquo; and &lsquo;\214&rsquo;, using g++ and gedit in Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander). The code is: #include <iostream> #include <cctype> using namespace ... ' in program a.cpp:8:2: error: stray \214' in program How can I fix this? Note that I installed Ubuntu last night.
asked Apr 13 Atik03 26.5k points
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Problem: I was trying to use sudo apt-get install build-essentials to install the g++ compiler on my Ubuntu Linux box. But it gave me the following message: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done E: Unable to locate package build-essentials -How do I fix this problem?
asked Mar 22 ummesalma 29.1k points
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Problem: My program that gives this error is: #include <string> int main() { std::to_string(0); return 0; }
asked Mar 17 ummesalma 29.1k points
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Problem: I am having only fundamental knowledge of g++. Now I am trying to compile my code using g++ and either the with the use of -std=c++11 or c++0x flags. But I am facing below error: cc1plus: error: unrecognized command line option "-std= ... . This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
asked Aug 11, 2020 Raphael Pacheco 4.9k points
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Problem : I want to compile my code to test my function to read and print the data file, but I get the compiling error that I don't understand as follows "Error: expected constructor, destructor, or type conversion before ';' token".
asked Jan 24, 2020 jwilliam 3.9k points
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