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jedimastersterli

complex if statements.

11th July 2011

need a little help.
the program i'm writing needs to take in user input differently depending on previous input. so say for example if user inputs characters a, e, i, o, or u the computer will ask user for a second input, but for characters b, d, p, or t*snip*


jedimastersterli

profile picture

10th July 2011

Zut a(flippin')lors, it didn't work.


jedimastersterli

Graphics Libraries

10th July 2011

In my experience teach yourself books are expensive, and groggy. I bought one on how to code C++ and after the hundredth program about a cat named Frisky i shelved it permanently. The online tutorial i'm learning from now works just fine, and there's alway*snip*


jedimastersterli

Raycaster at PlayMyCode

9th July 2011

That's cool! There was no button list. Are there any options other than move forward backward and turn?


jedimastersterli

Graphics Libraries

9th July 2011

Shroom suggested that I try SFML as a graphics library, so I took a look at my compiler and it supports direct/x, GLFW, GLUT, Irrlicht, Lightfeather, Ogre, OpenGL, SDL, and SFML graphics projects. I know nothing about any of these, I can look up informatio*snip*


jedimastersterli

Learners cramp

9th July 2011

I just need to vent a little. I'm basically taking a third crack at learning C++ and blast it's slow goings. I'm a very hands on learner so i learn best when i can apply something directly.
I studied AC electrics a few weeks ago, but that was doable beca*snip*


jedimastersterli

profile picture

9th July 2011

How do you guys all have drawings next to your names on all your posts?


jedimastersterli

bouncing a ball

9th July 2011

The physics is easy, just pick an acceleration at feet per second squared that looks natural, the final velocity of the mouse is the initial velocity of the ball, and since the walls are square reverse the i or j vector whenever it hit's a wall, and i migh*snip*


jedimastersterli

yes/no

8th July 2011

HoboBen's sugestion worked perfectly. Thanks man.


jedimastersterli

yes/no

8th July 2011

ok, i tried it now it says that i can't make comparisons between pointers and integers


jedimastersterli

yes/no

8th July 2011

Simple question and you are going to think i'm stupid for asking but i'm just getting my feet wet.
You know how in old dos programs the computer asks for a yes or no response by saying something like kdsajfs jhskhafds? y/n. I tried to implement that in a *snip*


jedimastersterli

bouncing a ball

7th July 2011

Ok I want to start physical simulation programing, and what better way to start than throw a ball with your mouse and watch is bounce arround the screen. I know some basic C and C++ programing (self taught), i think i'll need to learn java to get the graph*snip*


jedimastersterli

Variable management problem

23rd February 2011

So I found a C based programing compiler for my robot. I have a question though. The Robot comes with a ultrasonic sensor for measuring distance. My idea is to spin the sensor so that it can see more than one point.
The problem is this, i really don't wan*snip*


jedimastersterli

Choosing a programing language

12th February 2011

Ok i didn't realy understand any of that.
JL235 talked about embedded systems, thats like the chip in your microwave, or washing machine right? A robot would work on something similar, but it would also have to communicate with my computer, and possibly d*snip*


jedimastersterli

Choosing a programing language

12th February 2011

sorry, i was buissy for the last couple days.
In fact, what i want to do is robotics programing. I've done a little with an NXT lego robot. The programing capacity was designed for children. I did alright but i found it limiting.
So the questions are wha*snip*


jedimastersterli

Choosing a programing language

5th February 2011

OK I'm choosing my first programing language and i need a little help choosing. Basicly i want to know the qualities and difficulties of differient languages. What would you recommend?


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

7th September 2009

Although some of your sugestions workd some of them were not recognized and those that were didnt work with user input. For example if i made a simple adder that requested two numbers and gave a sum the return after each input would mess with the thing hol*snip*


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

thanks the std::cin.peek() did the trick. I will continue to look for a better way to do it or try to get a differint compiler that works with my computer but as far as right now goes thats a real life saver. In the mean time i will try to learn dos and c+*snip*


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

%( I found the directory but dont know how to access anything on it and even if i did i dont know the syntax for running a program. I am realy confused and feeling stupid. Besides that i realy dont want to have to swithc between compiler and command for ev*snip*


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

i can get to the command prompt but how do i run the program on it


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

the problem is that instead of displaying the text on the screen it flashes it for one visual cycle. so all i can see is a flash of black whenever i compile and run the program


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

the program im trying to run is
#include <iostream>
int main()
{
std::cout << "Hello World!\\n";
return 0;
}
I am running it on Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2
Adding std::cin didn't help either but i would be up for running it in dos. Do you just type it in *snip*


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

i tried the getch() idea but the compiled didn't recognise it. And i dont know how to run or open a dos command line. I am still a beginer to programing


jedimastersterli

dev-c++ problem

6th September 2009

Background: Recently i bought a book from barns and noble entitled Sams C++ in 24 Hours and after hours of trying to find a registration code for the Borland C++ BuilderX i decided to take advice form one of the previous forms and downloaded the Dev-c++ *snip*

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