SOS, HomeWork in Linked Lists !

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    but, Please
    i am a Beginner
    and i have no time to give my Home Work to my Teacher, Please
    anderstand me, try to put yourself in my Place for a few time, then,,tell me what you gonna do?
    i'm sorry to surpass the Rule of the Forum,, but is there any way ,,,,?
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    Hehe, so he will be paying for coders to write his homework, and paying for instructors to mark it. What a deal!

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    Thank You all at anyway, even some of comments are so bad !!! .......

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    This Forum made me Bored and Sad, no1 want to help me, O God !!!

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    this is false:
    (eg int = 64 bits)
    this is false too:
    ...blahblah linked list...
    It is clear that this model can represent the natural numbers, whatever their size.
    oh wait, it does work with a turing machine, but they are quite rare and expensive :-)

    I'm willing to help for question 3: you simply add a node containing '0'
    for question 4, pop the last node (assuming we always work in base 10, which is never explicitely said in the text...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by root4
    this is false:

    Code:
    (eg int = 64 bits)
    Come on, cut the fellow's teacher some slack there. It is just an example, and the C standard does allow an int to be 64 bits in size, so on some platform it could be true, at least in theory or in the future.
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    Come on, cut the fellow's teacher some slack there. It is just an example
    it depends how you understand the sentence:
    Unfortunately, all types have proposed a limited capacity (eg int = 64 bits)
    meaning (or not) 'the int type does 64 bits and another size for other types...' but it can also be understood as 'int may do 64 bits but more or less'... I insist on giving an explanation as I'm sure a lot of people is really interested... hello? is there someone else in this thread? ;-) ...

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    You are trying to play a cruel joke on yourself. We don't want to participate. When you say "you have no time", we recognize the joke, and the cruelty of it.

    Programming takes lots of time to learn - and good programming takes even more time to learn. And you can't get good in programming without a lot of practice, and study. It all takes lots of time.

    The first time that you are asked to do a program in class, or have a test to take, the joke will turn to cruelty, because you will not be able to do anything.

    So before that happens, you need to find the time, maybe get a tutor, or help from a friend, (but YOU do the work), or withdraw from the class, and not take the class again before you have plenty of time. Perhaps you can study the basics of C programming before you take the class again.

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    Oh, Thank You, Thank You all of You .
    but i hoped that someone come and be near of me, give me his or her hand to wake up in C, i read many Books, what made me confused more and just want to get The Answer in this Few Time .
    Thank you .

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    can you give me the the code of Declaring, please ?

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