malloc casting in C vs C++
Why we need to cast malloc in C++ but it is not a good practice to cast it in C? https://code.sololearn.com/c0l49BxcipYK/?ref=app
The newer C++ is pretty strict in types checking. It essentially says that if you need a pointer to char, then you have to provide a memory location that indeed holds characters and nothing else. In C, the compilers are (or were) generally liberal. The onus of providing correct types is on the developer alone. This caused problems. So to eliminate it, strict type checking was recommended. As a side note, you can use void * as it'll generate a warning alone. Read more about compiler flags, it's helpful :-)
How do I generate a list with <N> unique elements randomly selected from another (already existing) list?
Given three integer matrices A(m*n),B(m*n) and C(m*n) . Print the one with more zero elements. beside code
I'm coding this for hours & can't make the value of the 5 random numbers round off to 2 decimal places like in the examples
Overloading + operator