Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I had the same problem while running the project in terminal. Just uncheck (or check - run - uncheck if it is for some reason unchecked) the box "Run in terminal" in "Projects" (on the left bar) - "Run" tab - "Run" section.


0

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/C%2B%2B_Programming/Examples/Hello_world $ cat hw.cpp // 'Hello World!' program #include <iostream> int main() { std::cout << "Hello World!" << std::endl; return 0; } $ ls -l total 4 -rw-rw-r-- 1 hannu 123 jul 21 21:42 hw.cpp $ gcc -o hw hw.cpp /tmp/ccRI9AYj.o: In function `main': hw.cpp:(.text+0xa): ...


0

Probably you have compiled it wrong or you dont know how to "call" the program?: This looks in C like this: gcc nameofcode.c -o nameofprogram Then you can call this program (in same directory) with: ./nameofprogram and it should run, if not check the file-permissions with: ls -al nameofprogram It should have at least the permissions like ...


1

The obvious route here is to just mirror how a webapp works. Use your C++ application to serve and respond to HTTP requests from your frontend application (essentially just a browser) and the javascript running within it. If you've done nothing towards a server-side design so far, you're left with a big gap to bridge. If you need to stay within C++ (a more ...


1

The eigen3 header files go in a subdirectory /usr/include/eigen3 e.g. /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/Array /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/Cholesky /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/CholmodSupport /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/Core /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/Dense /usr/include/eigen3/Eigen/Eigen so you will need to specify the additional include path on your compiler command ...


0

Pls. look if you have a folder named "Eigen" in /usr/include. I don't know eigen and the installation routine. But very often the dev includes are named with a version. If you have a "Eigen3" folder in your /usr/include directory, you should change your code to: #include <Eigen3/Dense>


0

thanks for your answer. I change my code in below and it's work pretty good property int i: -1 var request = new XMLHttpRequest() request.open('GET','in.txt') request.onreadystatechange = function(event) { if (request.readyState == XMLHttpRequest.DONE) { list = ...


1

The DirectShow error tells us that you're running on Windows and most of the time, newlines are coded with \r\n on this platform. Before assigning the item source path, remove the extra \r: list[i+1] = list[i+1].replace(/(\r\n|\n|\r)/gm,""); item.source = String(list[i+1])


1

QML provides a partially-functional version of XMLHttpRequest. It's good enough to load text files from the local files system, but that's about it. An example: var request = new XMLHttpRequest() request.open('GET', 'test.txt') request.onreadystatechange = function(event) { if (request.readyState == XMLHttpRequest.DONE) { lines = ...



Top 50 recent answers are included