Re: [aclug-L] C++ ideas...
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John Goerzen wrote:
> Jesse Kaufman <kaufmjes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > ok, after seeing the last few posts on c++, i think this post isn't too
> > far off the topic of linux...
> Not a problem!
> > first, some history... well, i'm a beginning c++ programmer (ie: i'm
> > halfway thru my first c++ course at Tabor), and i'm wanting to create my
> > own program... an mp3 lister. i think i will start out inputting a
> > pre-created text file as an array of strings, then manipulating it (ie
> > adding a header, footer, and maybe cleaning it up a bit)... eventually,
> > i'd like to be able to put in the directory i want to make a list of,
> > then save the results to a file...
> > any ideas? tips? comments? help?
> You'll want to use the opendir() and readdir() functions to read
> Despite what you may be told, C's printf is still, in my opinion, the
> easiest way to produce neatly-formatted output in C++.
> ^L (\f, if I remember correctly) is a formfeed character. The printed
> page is 66 lines; the screen is 24 lines.
> Watch out with arrays; if you get more data than you expect, your
> program will crash. You may want to use a linked list instead. Or,
> better yet, read in one item at a time and output the results as you
> read them in.
> > i assume there's already programs out there to do this, but i'd like the
> > experience...and to be able to say it is mine! : ^ )
> Are ya gonna GPL it? :-)
uh...sure...if i ever finish! : ^ ) ... it's a weekend project, and may not
ever get finished (depends how much time i've got on my hand after class and
work... maybe a christmas project! : ^ )
as far as output, i've been using cout and will (once i do some more work on it)
incorperate the setiosflags() statements and stuff... i've found them to be
linked lists? what exactly is that? i realize the problem with arrays, but as
far as my c++ knowledge goes (i'm at midterm of my first ever c++ class), that
seems most logical... better than 50 billion char variables! : ^ )
input one line then output? meaning like (in the final version) input one
filename, then print that to the output file, then read the next, concat it,
blah blah blah?
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