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    Registered User rmullen3's Avatar
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    "I'm an intermediate in C++ so I know what I'm doing"

    So why are you redefining simple keywords and declaring all items public in a class???

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    Ruflano, why are you making fun of echulo. If you are so "cool", you wouldn't be making programming groups. So don't bother making fun of people because it will just make u look dumb.

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    I agree, don't do this:
    Code:
    #define group class
    
    group program_variables
    {
      public:
      int mainresponse;
      unsigned int age;
      char name[25];
      char lstname[25];
      char gender[7];
      char personality[25];
      char hobby1[20], hobby2[20], hobby3[20];
      void calculator();
      void stalker();
      void watch_loop();
    };
    I wouldn't call that "style". I would call that uncessary and ridiculous. No offense or anything, but #define's are usually used for constant numbers, not for changing the look of the syntax of your program.

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    > My style of C++ coding is much different from you guys.

    Yes, yours is commonly called "wrong".

    Don't be a dick to chulo. I thought his joke was pretty funny.

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    I am experienced, d00d

    Code:
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    #define PLEASE_PRINT_THIS cout
    #define AN_INTEGER_NUMBER int
    #define A_NUMBER_THAT_HAS_A_DECIMAL_POINT_THINGY double
    #define ADD_THESE_PLEASE +
    #define SUBTRACT_THESE_d00d -
    #define THE_BEGINNING_OF_MY_l33t_PROGRAM int main()
    #define GO_TO_THE_NEXT_LINE_MOFO endl
    #define CAN_YOU_RETURN_ZERO_PRETTY_PLEASE return 0
    
    THE_BEGINNING_OF_MY_l33t_PROGRAM
    {
       
       AN_INTEGER_NUMBER num = 5;
       AN_INTEGER_NUMBER answer;
       
       PLEASE_PRINT_THIS << "Yo d00d, I know what I'm doing" << GO_TO_THE_NEXT_LINE_MOFO;
       
       num = num ADD_THESE_PLEASE 5;
       
       answer = num SUBTRACT_THESE_d00d 10;
       
       PLEASE_PRINT_THIS << (A_NUMBER_THAT_HAS_A_DECIMAL_POINT_THINGY)answer << GO_TO_THE_NEXT_LINE_MOFO;
      
       CAN_YOU_RETURN_ZERO_PRETTY_PLEASE;
    }
    See how stupid this is/was? Mind you it compiles in VC++6, it isn't style nor is it practical or accepted.

    I went anonymous b/c I feel guilty for posting this but somebody had to

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    Hey that look like VB code

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    Hehe... In this old Atari-ST book I have, they have you write this header file with lines like

    #define begin {
    #define end }
    #define then

    so you can say

    if (i == 2) then
    begin
    // ...
    end

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    Dont forget snoozebtn() and its syntax snoozbtn("1:smash","2:throw out window")
    Signature is optional, I didnt opt for one.

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