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Rate my source code :)

This is a discussion on Rate my source code :) within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I wrote the tree view gui for the final project in my windev class. Rate my source code! http://www.geocities.com/lynch100010/ParseTreeView.txt...

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    Smile Rate my source code :)

    I wrote the tree view gui for the final project in my windev class.

    Rate my source code!
    http://www.geocities.com/lynch100010/ParseTreeView.txt
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    long == bad

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    I give it a bad fo the sheer presentation. How do you expect anyone to grade so many lines of code? Come on, if I sent you 3K lines of code in a single document wouldn't you think the same. I'm sure if you would supply us with a zip of all this seperated by .h and .cpp and whatnot with a .wds to put it all together, you would get better responses.

    Also, a bit more elaboration on the project would be beneficial for any objective "grading",

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    I don't see what's wrong with it, I'm used to working with way more to be honest. Maybe you could've cut it up into smaller files for the heathens, but us higher level orgasmically fantastic beings can cope.

    EDIT:
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    I gave it a good

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    uhh. I'm no expert, and this is for c, but:
    http://www.chris-lott.org/resources/...ll-cstyle.html

    it's useful.

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    Would I be able to request a further option of couldn't be bothered to look through it all

    I like the ten commandments. I might have to plagiarise that bit!!!

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    i gave it bad... i would have looked through it, but what's with the text file?
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    A lot of the code was form generated.

    Anyways, I liked the code. The code was based off of a recursive loop that populated the nodes of the tree.

    I was commended by my teacher on the design of the program.

    Anways, I cut down the amount of code, for a better perspective.

    Plus it was a large team project, and the overall program was 10,000 lines of code.

    http://www.geocities.com/lynch100010/ParseTreeView.txt

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    Put em in seperate files. No more than 1500 lines per file.

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    but what's with the text file?
    well you see text files are generally used for placing characters into a file to be saved on your hard disk. a .txt is the same as a .cpp (simple text with no extra formatting data), so the point you tried to make is moot imhmfo

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    i know it's the same, but compilers more readily read/compile .cpp files, so if you want your code evaluated, you should put it in a format that I can see syntax highlighting on...
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    lol I was being an ass munch...

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