There are many different C++ IDE are available but still many students are using Turbo c++ for learning c/c++ programming languages. During using Turbo c++ if you are beginner you will be confuse for how to copy and paste in turbo c++ or if you have already copy some content and you want to paste in turbo c++ then this article will provide you full information for it. How … [Read more...] about how to copy paste in turbo c++ ?
There are two different scenario return statement is used inside c++ programming. We can use return 0 c++ inside main() function or other user defined functions also. But both have different meanings. return 0 c++ used inside Main functionreturn 0 c++ used inside other user defined function What is meaning of return 0 and return 1 in c++ ? There will be two … [Read more...] about return 0 c++
When any function or statement is not in scope or we have used wrong syntax then possibly you will get error for c++ expected a declaration in your code. Main reasons for errors are: Incorrect use/declaration inside namespaceStatements are added out of scopeRequired statement need to add inside main/function Solution-1 | Expected a declaration - When used namespace … [Read more...] about c++ expected a declaration [ SOLVED]
Normally you will face c++ cannot open source file "errno.h" in MS Visual Studio c++ projects. These are some solutions to remove opening errors for "errno.h" file. I got the errors to go away by installing the Windows Universal CRT SDK component, which adds support for legacy Windows SDKs. You can install this using the Visual Studio Installer: Solution:-1 | c++ cannot … [Read more...] about c++ cannot open source file “errno.h” [SOLVED]
In c++ class if we want to call any function then we can call it by creating object. But if function is static, then we can call by ClassName::FunctionName. If non-static function we are call by class::function then it will give error of c++ a nonstatic member reference must be relative to a specific object. How to Solve this Error ? You can create Show() function as … [Read more...] about [SOLVED] c++ a nonstatic member reference must be relative to a specific object