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hi guys i have just joined this community. 
okay here it is

class sample{
public:
char *name;
}

how to access name and assign a value from main after creating an object of sample
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can you help me guys debugging this simple jack n poy thanks http://assignmentcpp.blogspot.com/
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expected identifier or '(' before 'int'

can any one please explain why do you get this error.
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compile with cc it will give you suggestion on how to fix it.. for me it is usually i forgot a ; above the line it tells you the error is on.
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hi guys...!
i am trying to write a c++ code in eclipse and i am getting a unresolved incluion of iostream.h. can any one pls help me with this.
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thank you 
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can two variables with same name be defined in two different header files and you don't get the error when they are accessed in main()
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thank u very much. it was use full
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hi guys one Q
can we write functions at particular address
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Try the standard header file <signal.h> to register a function as a handler for an NMI. If that is not possible, try to write a function as small as possible (containing just a single call to another large function) and put it at the required address. Write the NMI handling code in the larger function. This technique works well with boot-loaders on x86, where there is a 512 bytes limit on the size of a boot-loader.
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hi guys. this first time posting a query pleas help me.
what does (void *) actually mean in C.
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