Hello Again C++ Developers,
We have new LearnCPlusPlus.org picks for you this week.
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Here are our favorite C++ posts of this week
Lots of great posts this week. Here are our picks from LearnCPlusPlus.org,
- How To Simulate 3D Ball Physics In C++ Using OpenGL
- Learn To Simulate Realistic 2D Ball Physics in C++ Builder
- How To Simulate Realistic Physical Effects in C++
- The Right Way To Access Character Elements Of A Wide String
- This Is How To Get A Substring of a Wide String in C++
- How To Swap One Wide String With Another Wide String
What are the top C++ questions from the game developers?
- How we can simulate realistic 2D ball physics in an easy and accessible way?
- How we can simulate a ball physics in a given ball velocity, and gravity in that environment?
- Can we simulate 3D balls in a cube?
- How we can use OpenGL in C++ Builder?
- How we can add some physics to a 3D object to make it more realistic?
- Can we do 3D animations in OpenGL?
- How we can simulate throwing images, objects or other components on your form when the user interacts with them using their keyboard or mouse?
- How can simulate the effect of force on objects on the 2D Form window?
- Can we throw balls in our apps as in sport games?
We answer some C++ questions especially for C++ beginners
- How can I access a character of a wstring?
- How can I use the at() method of wide strings?
- Can I use front() and back() methods in std::wstring to access characters?
How to simulate realistic 2D or 3D ball physics with Viewport3D or OpenGL
In C++, we can simulate realistic 2D and 3D ball physics in easy and accessible ways. We can simulate ball physics with given ball velocity, and gravity in that environment. Here are our posts about these,
Learn how to use C++ Wide String methods
Modern C++ uses Wide Strings and Unicode Strings to support worldwide languages. Wide Strings (std::wstring) uses wchar_t as the character type which means they are 2-bytes chars and they are an instantiation of the basic_string class template. In C++, there are several type definitions for common character types and one of them is std:wstring types that are defined in header <string>. Here are the some of methods about using wide strings;
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Check out everything you need to know about Substring C++ in this informative blog.
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