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February 14th, 2013
Now you sir, are my new best friend! I had no idea that was the issue, no wonder I couldn't get anything else to work! Thank you so much, the program works perfectly now and the movie shall continue...
February 14th, 2013
I'm making a quick program for my English class's movie that involves me hacking into a bank and stealing money (of course this doesn't actually hack anything), but I haven't programmed in C++ in a...
Well, it's a little different from I'm used to, but it does look promising, thanks for the tip :D
Very true, without Google my programs wouldn't even run (my book doesn't teach system() commands), but even so I only use Google as a last resort. This is because I want to learn stuff in order, and...
Dude, I love you (no homo), I totally missed that! I now have the program working and just updated my post :D
Well, it's not for a class, it's from a book I bought Starting Out With C++ (4th Ed.), and I'm in the process of self teaching myself and have no one else to ask :(
I also haven't learned how to do...
Assignment: Test Averaging
Write a program that dynamically allocates an array large enough to hold any number of test scores the user wishes to enter. Once all the scores are entered, the array...
a non-ending program?
not really sure without looking at the code, but from what you're saying, if the compiler just "sits forever" its probably because you never ended the program...
using namespace std;
how is the index out of bounds?
Ok, im trying to make a program that takes up to 10 letters entered by the user and if they're lowercase it will make them uppercase, but I have a problem; when I try to run the code below, I get 2...
ah, ok, i get it now, thanks for the tip
1.) This is my first assignment to get me started on function prototypes.
2.) How is this bad form/not necessary?
wow, i cant believe i didnt think of that, lol...
thanks man :D
Assignment: Lowest Score Drop
This program is to calculate the average of a series of test scores, where the lowest score in the series is dropped. It should use the following functions:...
April 25th, 2011
hay, thanks for the link. im self-taught so im not the best ;)
as for the code; i replaced the <style> with a <link> and it works fine, as for the JS link....well....i just forgot to upload it on my...
April 25th, 2011
OK, i have 2 questions that are basically about the same concept, linking. I know this is a very basic principle, but i really never learned how (as far as i know, these links work fine), so please...
April 21st, 2011
i personnaly dont really know, but my uncle owns his own company that makes custom graphics for other companies/people, and he came over to my dad's house one day when i was making a website for my...
April 15th, 2011
alright then, thanks guys, just wondering if there was a quick command or something, but if i need to mess with a interface, then i dont need it that much...
April 14th, 2011
is it possible to ask a question, but display the cursor above said question?
cout << "5 / 25 = ";
cin >> answer;
in the code snippet above, the cursor will...
lol, i know. i didnt use it for programs i expected other people to use, just for practice programs i was experimenting with or whatever i was doing at the time. i dont do it anymore, just when i...
well, i did when i first started programming, pretty much for extra practice, and i also added the rerun option after the program finished.
--maybe that's why?
wait, shouldnt it be:
cout << "Type something: ";
where SIZE=whatever size you want the string to be?
Check out this link:...
March 31st, 2011
wait, i learned how to do this stuff IN a begginners C++ book within the first four chapters, what exactly dont you know how to do??
--and that might be why he's going "so fast", you're probably...
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