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    i have tried for 3 years to learn everything about c.
    i have succeeded nothing. i cant even print simple phrases.what can i do about it? HELP!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kantze
    i have tried for 3 years to learn everything about c.
    i have succeeded nothing. i cant even print simple phrases.what can i do about it? HELP!!!
    Three years nad still cannot print? You must be kidding....

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    Not everyone is as smart as you,you know!

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    I'm not sure what your issue is, do you not know how to read? The first thing you learn how to write is your standard "Hello World!" program, which prints a message on the screen. So in three years you haven't even written one program?


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    >have tried for 3 years to learn everything about c

    >i have succeeded nothing. i cant even print simple phrases

    One of these two is false.

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    thats because you are a student to Α.Π.Θ.

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    You are so right kgott!
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    It's only recently become apparent to me that kantze wants to write in Greek. Getting that done in C is a bit of a tap-dance, so I can identify with kantze. It's a but unfair that as English speakers we can charge ahead and learn at our normal pace, but for someone like kantze to feel most comfortable, he probably has to learn Unicode first.

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