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    Hi I'm new here and have a little problem

    I'm learning now linked list and dynamic allocate. I understand the material but i can't write a program,if you ask me something about this material I can answer you with out a problem
    and i don't know how can I answer the program writing exercises.

    Thank you,Alex

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    Re: Hi I'm new here and have a little problem

    Sounds like you need to start working on answering the program writing exercises.

    (Unless you're a computer, in which case maybe I can program you to write the programs )
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    Re: Hi I'm new here and have a little problem

    Quote Originally Posted by MrAlex View Post
    I'm learning now linked list and dynamic allocate. I understand the material but i can't write a program,if you ask me something about this material I can answer you with out a problem
    and i don't know how can I answer the program writing exercises.

    Thank you,Alex
    Did you have a question?

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    Re: Hi I'm new here and have a little problem

    thank you,(my English is okay?0
    I have another problem I can't concentrate when I'm trying to understand code on the computer because the games are attracting me and many others things.
    thank you

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