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#17372 - 01/04/04 06:51 AM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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oh, i just read your other program. Thats not how you stop it so you can see it, you are just wasting memory (not like its a lot but hey, its better you dont get used to it now that you are startin to learn).
#include "conio.h"
getch(); //that will pause till you press a key
wouldn't including stdlib.h and using system("pause"); be a little less coding. You could even define it as something like:
Code:
#define PAUSE system("pause")
and then go to use it like this:
Code:
main()
{
PAUSE;
}
and it would come out like this:
"Press any key..."
or similar message

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#17373 - 01/14/04 06:18 PM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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very unoptomized code would be slow as hell.. but you will learn you taken the 1st step thats what counts so stop criticizing him :p


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#17374 - 01/15/04 03:50 AM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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C++ is fun. I suggest you get this book:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/det...ks&n=507846

Very good. very good stuff indeed.

That and read some online tutorials. Write some neat code, have some cool fun. Oh, pergesu has good stuff to (find his profile, he's got links in it) and uhm uhm uhm other than that check out http://www.allegro.cc when you want to do low-level graphics programming.

And learn java too.

#17375 - 01/15/04 06:55 AM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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Coleman, if you don't know what you'll be able to do by being able to program C/C++, it's likely that there isn't much point in you learning it. If you'd just like to play around on the web, I suggest learning the basics first. Start with XHTML and PHP.


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#17376 - 02/06/04 03:57 PM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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It's a example.Perhaps this example teaches the reader the application of the key word"if... else if...else". I think so.

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#17377 - 02/07/04 01:05 PM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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Coleman: get to Dev C++ It's good

Ice: use something like this.. {variable = rand() % max;}
It'll give you a random number between 0 & "max"(which should also be replaced). I don't really know much about how it works, since I don't actually program in C++ :-D


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Those who know do not say.
#17378 - 02/07/04 05:26 PM Re: First Program (What u think)  
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variable = rand() % max;

rand() produces a random integer value.
% is called the modulus operator. It's basically what you learned to be the remainder in division. Ie. 5 % 3 = 2 and 16 % 5 = 1
As for this function, it actually only returns a number from 0 to max - 1, as you can't divide a number by a number and have the remainder equal to the divisor. Ie. a % b cannot equal b.

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