Sure, here's the ones which grabbed my eye.
http://www.dreaminco...owtopic9870.htm (All sorts of nonstandard code - maybe unnecessarily since the subject matter of the tutorial itself isn't platform-specific)
http://www.dreaminco...wtopic11809.htm ( uses void main() somewhere)
http://www.dreaminco...owtopic9872.htm - A whole bunch of problems (incl. iostream.h & void main)
- C++ code mixed with C (stdio.h and printf's aren't very C++ like) - Not an error as such, but poor C++ style, since 'C'-style code doesn't mix very well with much of the C++ Standard library (like std::strings).
- the array s at the beginning overflows - array is sized 100, although the for-loop runs one-past-the-end.
I don't doubt the good intentions of the authors, I'm sure they all put time and effort in too, although one of the difficulties in writing such articles for an author unfamiliar with the ISO standard, is that he/she bases their article on their experiences with their own compiler, and 'may' end up publishing a certain amount of (unintentional) misinformation, or compiler-specific information, without realising, because their compiler fools them into thinking that everything's Ok.