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    Thumbs up Help Newbiews?

    Please Help Newbies.

    In this forum , All are so expert or you can say that their level is so high or they are bored of answering the repeated question from newbies.

    Now let me come to the point.
    Can someone tell a website, forums, community or groups for newbies where they can get full help without bothering the senior members?I also feel bad when i get answer which is either to difficult to understand or seniors are not answering the properly.

    So Please , guide us(Newbies) to some place where we can get help according to our level.

    Thanks.
    Note:- This thread is not created to offend some one's dignity or respect

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    What is the specific problem you have? This place isn't that bad for newbies, as long as they say what they actually want.

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    Its not that people won't help you; you just have to ask the right questions. Your other topic was asking for someone to write a homework-like program for you. No-ones going to do that. First do what you can, then post what you have and explain what you're stuck with. I doubt you will find other forums much different.

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    I think this is a good place for newbies...
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    For Example. I m a newbie and just started to learn C . I have interest in c that'y i m learning it.
    People here thinks that i m completing some sort of asingment or somthing. Some critis , Some gives the solution which my GRANPA can't solve.... I feel you shd see it your self.

    click the link..:- http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showt...645#post715645
    by the way , i m owning few forums and sites. And they are working well. you can check here www.nutraforum.com ....

    anyways. i m trying to learn c and c++ so that i can do somthing good of my own.

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    i can just say" I do not have any teacher to teach or any one to help.... What ever i m doing its my own...

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    If you're trying to learn how to program in C and C++, why did you start a thread in which you ask us to write the code for you?

    Quote Originally Posted by RahulDhanpat
    Note:-Please when you write the code the explain it also, then only it will help me.And one more thing , I m using Turbo c++ Lite so please explain in easy terms.
    And you wonder why people think this is an assignment?

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    If you're trying to learn how to program in C and C++, why did you start a thread in which you ask us to write the code for you?
    If you go through what i have written then you would have not asked this question. I askd that please Write the Code and Explain it ...that means i do not know " How to write the programe" even i copy the pgm from some one then it will be of no use. and one more thing i mention that i do not have any teacher or someone who can teach me. tht'sy i asked to explain the code so that it will help me my future and other then that.... that will be stored data for all newbies having same problem.This will also make forum better.

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    The problem is that asking someone to write something for you won't work.
    You need to write it yourself and ask if there's anything you have trouble with or have a hard time understanding.
    And I also hope you've gotten rid of Turbo C by now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Adak View Post
    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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    The problem is that asking someone to write something for you won't work.
    You need to write it yourself and ask if there's anything you have trouble with or have a hard time understanding.
    There you go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now i got an idea that how shd i ask. Thankssssss

    And I also hope you've gotten rid of Turbo C by now
    I m trying to switch but i not able to anyting with ms visual c++ 6 and boroland 5 c++ .The interface is difficult to understand i do not know how to use it.....

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    Both of those are extremely old.
    Better go with an up-to-date IDE. Try Visual Studio 2008 Express. Very easy to use.
    Quote Originally Posted by Adak View Post
    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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    The people on here weren't born yesterday. When you're teaching yourself C, or learning C you usually don't say you "have" to do something -- nor post questions not written by you. It's just sus, regardless if it's from a book or teacher.

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    Seeing what other's wrote is just not how to learn to program. The best way to learn (some would even say "the only way") is by doing. You have to write it yourself.
    Even if you have no clue the advice still stands. Afterall, that's how Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. He first found 100 ways how to NOT make a lightbulb.
    The thing is, you learn better from your own mistakes than from anything else.
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    Don't worry, I also switched to visual studio 2005 just a few days back...If you have Visual studio 2005, (u can download it for free from microsoft's site) here's a link which explains how you can compile and debug c programs in VC++,

    http://cplus.about.com/od/learningc/qt/compilingc.htm

    And about the forum...I am also not at all experienced in programming, but I found this forum so helpful, with newbies it will be like 2 ignorant adding to each other's ignorance, try to gain something from senior people's experience...hope you'll continue with the forum..

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    Quote Originally Posted by edesign View Post
    Don't worry, I also switched to visual studio 2005 just a few days back...If you have Visual studio 2005, (u can download it for free from microsoft's site) here's a link which explains how you can compile and debug c programs in VC++,

    http://cplus.about.com/od/learningc/qt/compilingc.htm

    And about the forum...I am also not at all experienced in programming, but I found this forum so helpful, with newbies it will be like 2 ignorant adding to each other's ignorance, try to gain something from senior people's experience...hope you'll continue with the forum..
    you are right!!! i m not gonna leave this forum and ofcurse seniors are good here..... but problem was in me that my level is too low to understand their advice and i m improving now..i started to get their languages...

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