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my homework Not write a program, but to get any program and do analyzed
Posted 29-Sep-12 4:38am
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Maciej Los at 29-Sep-12 10:47am
   
And the question is...
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Solution 1

If your homework is to "get a program" and "analyse it" then assuming you don't care what kind of c++ program, then google would have been your first bet.
 
After that, the search facility on this very site will lead very quickly (it took me a few seconds to work it out, but hey!) to more than 8000 C++ articles, nearly all of which will have source code.
http://www.codeproject.com/search.aspx?doctypeid=1&field=tag&q=C%2b%2b[^]
 
Now, why didn't you try that?
 
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Marcus Kramer at 29-Sep-12 14:02pm
   
+5. Nice Response. My first impression of this question is that he's tried the "Gimme-Codez" approach and failed, so he figures this approach may garner better results.
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Solution 2

1. It depends what you call as a program
2. It depends what kind of 'program' you are looking for
3. Once you know 1 & 2, look here for already published articles on C++ and pick the one that suits you.
 
Here: CP C++ articles[^]
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