You have to learn C in order to learn C++

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    @bludstayne:

    we must be using different API's

    according the code I am looking at, Robc is declared as such:

    CProgger *Robc = new CProgger;
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidP
    @bludstayne:

    we must be using different API's

    according the code I am looking at, Robc is declared as such:

    CProgger *Robc = new CProgger;
    stop cutting and pasting copyrighted code... this is how it's done:
    Code:
    class CProgger
    {
         public:
               ...
               int GetReputation();
               void IncrementReputation();
               bool SetReputation(int);
         private:
              ...
              int reputation;
    };
    you see, the setreputation is better because it returns 'true' if the reputation was successively changed... it looks something like this:

    Code:
    bool CProgger::setReputation(int NewReputation)
    {
         long int OrigReputation=reputation;
         long int OrigNewReputation=NewReputation
         reputation=NewReputation;
         if(reputation==NewReputation && (reputation-Origreputation!=0) && OrigNewReputation==reputation)
               return true;
         return false;
    }
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    Haha, one day you will learn that there is never a democracy in any forum. The thing is, if people like you, you can get away with breaking the laws. If people do not know you what you say can and will get you banned. Democracy....pfft! Thats a whole different topic in itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RealityFusion
    Haha, one day you will learn that there is never a democracy in any forum. The thing is, if people like you, you can get away with breaking the laws. If people do not know you what you say can and will get you banned. Democracy....pfft! Thats a whole different topic in itself.
    Dude your gonna get banned for telling people about that
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    I learned C, then Java, then C++

    I think its a good way of going because i think C is simple, then learn OOP, then when you learn C++ you can realize how powerful C++ is. Of course the drawback in my opinion is that its a little harder to learn

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