Questions tagged [c++14]

Code that is written to the 2014 version of the C++ standard. Use in conjunction with the 'c++' tag.

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Reactor pattern in modern C++. Please comment on coding improvements to be done

The reactor possesses its own thread to wait for messages in an event loop. Users should be able to start or stop the reactor at any point. These two operations are not required to be thread-safe. ...
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Implementing toggle button using Qt

I have below code for implement toggle button. After including below code, processing power consumed over 90% in my embedded application. Is there any way to reduce this processing power. ...
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Code to sort based on quantities of a data member occuring

The setup is that I have a vector of a class, and I need to sort it by the quantity of a data member value, not the value itself. The below code exhibits the correct behavior, and part of that ...
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Implementing GSL synchronized_value

Core Guidelines mention a type synchronized_value<T>, which supposedly pairs std::mutex with the internal value. I couldn'...
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Meta functions for sequences of exponents of 2

I have implemented some meta functions to create sequence for exponents of 2. I would love to know if there is any way to make the code more optimized. Note: ...
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C++ reactor bad implementation

folks. I have recently started writing software using Modern C++ 11-14. I have been developing software for more than a decade and just wanted to broaden my skillset. I am practicing building some ...
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Simple C++ Telegram Bot

Hi :) I am a beginner coder who just learnt C++ and I wanted to apply it in projects to solidify my learning process. However, I only took a short tutorial before trying this out hence I'm pretty ...
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Generate binary image using coordinate vectors

I have a matrix M of size [n_rows, n_cols] and a list of x and ...
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Benchmarking insertion sort

More than once I claimed that using binary search doesn't improve performance of the insertion sort. For example, see answer here and comments here). Now I have time to substantiate my claim. The ...
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Rolling median function (Daily Coding Problem 377)

Given an array of numbers arr and a window of size k, print out the median of each window of size k starting from the left and moving right by one position each time. For example, given the ...
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Find nth Fibonacci Number, using iteration and recursion

I'm a beginner programmer and I came upon this problem which is to find the n​th number in the Fibonacci series. I used to solve the problem using a for loop; ...
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Substitution Cipher: Which One?

I'm a beginner and I have a question (somehow silly and stupid :) ). Today I decided to challenge myself and I came around the challenge that wanted me to create a program that ciphers (or encrypts) ...
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Get word frequency of a txt file and save it to linked list

I'm a novice in C++. I want to do three things: Get the number of lines in the file Get the number of total words in the file Get each frequency of each "unique ...
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Unique and shared resource owner

I need a unique_ptr and shared_ptr like structure, but instead of pointers, I would like to store some kind of reference to a ...
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Header only HTTP client library that is a wrapper around CURL

For learning purposes, I wanted to create a header-only C++ wrapper library around HTTP CURL functionality. At the moment the library only implements GET and POST, but I will add other HTTP methods ...
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Signal slot mechanism in C++14

Implementing signal slot mechanism again seems quite dumb because there are so many people already done this before but it is for learning and I intended some specific goals. I had some library in ...
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Find positive integer with a minimum number of binary 1's such that its bitwise AND with all array elements is not 0

Task You have an array of positive integers. Your task is to find an integer x such that the following are true: Bitwise AND between ...
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Matrix class with overloaded `operator[]`

I have implemented a Matrix class that allocates memory using unique_ptr. How to make it more diverse and optimized in terms of memory usage and efficiency? ...
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Subset Component Task

I've solved a problem Subset Component Problem You are given an array with n 64-bit integers: d[0],d[1],….,d[n-1]. ...
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Generic Type Trait example

I want to check that a some type has some methods: ...
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BrainF**k interpreter in C++

This question is the adaptation of this question in C++. (I'm the author of that code as well). The code: ...
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Cave Setup for Hunting the Wumpus

I am a hobbyist programmer trying to learn modern C++. My son had an assignment in his C++ class to fill in some functions that populate draw the cave in the "hunt for the wumpus" game. When I viewed ...
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Banking system in C++

I've created a program for Banking System in C++14. You are given 9 options: Open Account Close Account Show All Accounts Deposit in Account Withdraw from Account Transfer to an Account Show Balance ...
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Tic Tac Toe with different level AI

I've already created a code in python here with almost the same logic: Tic-Tac-Toe with changeable board size (Part 1) Tic-Tac-Toe with changeable board size (Part 2) Here's the code in C++. As I'm ...
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Prim's Algorithm - Minimum Spanning Tree

I have implemented Prim's Algorithm from Introduction to Algorithms. I have observed that the code is similar to Dijkstra's Algorithm, so I have used my Dijkstra's Algorithm implementation. Please ...
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A lightweight version of std::shared_ptr<T> V2

This is a lightweight version of std::shared_ptr<T> called res_ptr<T> This post is a continuation of: A lightweight ...
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A lightweight version of std::shared_ptr<T>

I wrote a simple lighter version of std::shared_ptr<T> called res_ptr<T>. ...
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An explicit cast for narrowing numeric conversions

Inspired by gsl::narrow_cast, I created my own implementation with the addition of a couple of features: a static assert on the types to ensure the cast is actually narrowing (if future changes to ...
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Implementation of A* algorithm in C++

I have implemented the A-Star path finding algorithm for a 2D grid. The function returns a list of positions of an acceptable path. main.cpp : ...
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constexpr SmallVector - std::vector like container on the stack

2 years ago I did this: SmallVector - std::vector like container on the stack now, 2 years later, I am reinventing the wheel again, this time with fully constexpr SmallVector. This time, because I ...
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Count the frequency of integers in an array

I recently reviewed a question here on Code Review. The problem statement is Write a program that prompts the user to input ten values between 80 and 85 and stores them in an array. Your program ...
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Function composition in C++

My aim was to create a function which behaves like the operator . in Haskell. Here is what I made: ...
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Multithreading Ticket class to wait for parallel task completion

I've implemented a "Ticket" class which is shared as a shared_ptr between multiple threads. The program flow is like this: parallelQuery() is called to start a new query job. A shared instance of ...
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C++14 AtomicRoundRobinPool for sharing a pool of keys

The idea here is that we have some resource that is relatively very expensive to generate, but once we have a bunch of them in a pool, we can keep reusing them instead of generating new ones. "HTTP ...
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Detecting existence of a class member

I wanted to detect if I have a member in a simple POD struct and after some searching and merging some methods I found on the web I've come up with this solution: ...
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“When to take medicine” CodeChef Challenge MEDIC

I just submitted this code to solve the "When to take medicine" challenge on CodeChef: ...
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String manipulation with std::adjacent_find

For the given strings (not containing numbers), print their shortened versions, where each adjacent sequence of the same characters longer than 2, change to an expression consisting of a sign and ...
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c++14 move constructor and assignment in simple list

I’m moving from c98 to c++14 and I’m trying to figure out how to write move correctly. I just wrote the simplest list with no functionality, just testing the construction and copy behavior. I would ...
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Thread Pool C++ Implementation

I have been working on this thread pool for awhile to make it as simple to use as possible. I need some tips on improving performance, and some good ways to test its performance. I was wondering if ...
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Determine if matrix exists or not [closed]

any help with optimizing following code to make it run faster. Tried making function inline, tried cin.TIE(NULL), tried ios_base::sync_with_stdio(false); ...
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AVL tree implementation using shared_ptr/unique_ptr

I have implemented an AVL tree using shared_ptr. I know that there is an overhead regarding using shared_ptr and instead a unique_ptr could be used. But the thing is that my node contains also a ...
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128-bit unsigned integer

This implements 128-bit unsigned integer using C++14. It works on MSVC and 32-bit architectures being complementary to the unsigned __int128 type provided by GCC ...
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Safe pointer casting : static_cast or dynamic_cast

Context: I'm using the clone pattern for creating copies of polymorphic classes which may use virtual inheritance (I hope to get rid of the latter). So when calling ...
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C++ Producer / Consumer multi threads pattern with maximum container size

I've just written a Producer / Consumer pattern templatized that should work in multi threads environment (IE producer(s) and consumer(s) in separate threads). The original use case is one producer ...
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`std::optional` under C++14 v1

This is a first version of an implementation of std::optional it is supposed to compile under C++14. The public interface of the class is complete, but there are ...
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(Follow-up) Project Euler #11 Largest Product in a Grid | Cache-optimized + sliding window (C++14)

Original code review: Project Euler #11 Largest Product in a Grid | Cache-optimized + sliding window (C++14) Source: HackerRank & ProjectEuler.net Problem: Largest Product in a Grid In the 20×...
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Project Euler #11 Largest Product in a Grid | Cache-optimized + sliding window (C++14)

Source: HackerRank & ProjectEuler.net Problem: Largest Product in a Grid In the 20×20 grid below, four numbers along a diagonal line have been marked in red. ...
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Code to find the sums of building heights

Remains You've recently stumbled upon the remains of a ruined ancient city. Luckily, you've studied enough ancient architecture to know how the buildings were laid out. The city had \$n\$ ...
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Builder pattern that forces all members to be initialized at compile-time [closed]

This java answer made me wonder whether it would be possible to implement the builder pattern in C++ in a way that checks at compile-time whether all necessary members of the constructed object are ...
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Quicksort template (for sorting corresponding arrays)

I needed a function for sorting two corresponding arrays. So I wrote this code to sort N corresponding arrays! The really "metaprogrammy" way to do it would be to use ...

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