I got an A in my C++ class...

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    I got an A in my C++ class...

    And it's largely thanks to your help. It was a 4.0 credit course and it you guys helped me a lot. Thank you:
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    OneStiffRod
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    Dr. Bebop
    and errr, the guy who had the fishbowl as an avatar.

    and anyone else who helped me, thnks a lot and I will continue to program...right after I beat these games

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    Congrats. I got an A in my c course, but didn't seem to fare as well in c++, far more complex of a language, I didn't have the time to focus in on all the details like I could with c.

    I'll be getting my grade later. Anyways, congrats again!

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    congratulations.

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    Hey, I resent that wild, unfounded allegation of helpfulness! I did nothing of the sort()!

    Seriously though congrats.

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    congrats!

    I only wish i was following a class!
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    congrats!

    I just love the C++ courses, in the University... Yesterday I had my final exam, in the Object Oriented programming in C++, and I'm sure I got a full mark, and along the whole course, I've only lost one mark, because of a silly mistake, so maybe I'll get an A++, in that course...

    But I really hate other courses, like Digital Design( nothing to do with programming ), I had my final exam in the Digital Design LAB, few days ago, no one in the whole lab finished the damn logical circuit they gave us...
    none...

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    i really really hate my C++ 'course' at skhool, skhool is dumĘ_

    we don't even have a teacher that knows C++, we are doing it all from a book and an online tutoring system...my teacher calls it C+ and i correct every time and she gets mad and I slap her and kick her in the teeth and then i wake up

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    Yes, in my experience, High School programming teachers SUCK BEETLE ****. But I'm sure you guys could think of a million exceptions.
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    >But I'm sure you guys could think of a million exceptions.
    None come to mind at the moment.

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    Since handheld calculators were (literally) unheard of when I was in high school, I can't say that I can think of any programming teachers that were less-than-effective. (C++ was still on the drawing board, so to speak. )

    Had an algebra teacher I wasn't too darned fond of, though. Of course, I probably didn't top her list of favorite students, either. (Seems there was an issue of getting A's on her tests while not doing any of her homework. She gave me the 'C' that she promised me she would. Good thinking on my part, eh?)

    The hand-written army draft notices that kept showing up at the house were a giveaway that she and I were not getting along well.

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    *cough* general discussion, wrong forum *cough*

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    damn i wish i took a class that would help
    arghh what the hell i'll learn it myself

    congrats
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    Originally posted by Ride -or- Die

    *cough* general discussion, wrong forum *cough*
    Fair enough.

    (Told you, Prelude, but, noooo..."It's Christmas Eve, and not even I would be that 'nitpicky'!" Coal for Christmas, again! )

    Sorry, Ride -or- Die, you're right, of course. I think she's learned her lesson.

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    Originally posted by Ride -or- Die
    *cough* general discussion, wrong forum *cough*
    and what board is this --cracks up--
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