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  • Pure virtual classes

    11 33.33%
  • Multiple inheritance

    3 9.09%
  • Overwritten virtual functions

    0 0%
  • Inheritance

    2 6.06%
  • Operator Overloading

    4 12.12%
  • STL containers

    1 3.03%
  • Linked Lists

    1 3.03%
  • Classes

    7 21.21%
  • Arrays

    4 12.12%

Such advanced topics.

This is a discussion on Such advanced topics. within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; >>> turning it upside down and shaking it robustly for a few seconds. Don't all the little letters and things ...

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    >>> turning it upside down and shaking it robustly for a few seconds.

    Don't all the little letters and things fall out of the slots?
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    From MSDN:

    To clear the screen, push in the power button, then release it. Your screen should clear up after that.



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    Don't all the little letters and things fall out of the slots?
    No, the only thing that sometimes falls out is this metallic aluminum powder. It gets on my fingers and makes a mess. I think my brand of computer is Ohio Art.
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    ROTFL! There should be a waring on this stuff. A guy shouldnt be forced to laugh so hard before breakfast!

    And i was looking at your code there guys and really(!!) your not very advanced users! Geez. Get some experience. This code was pretty good:
    Code:
    void main();
    {
         hello:
         cout << "Hello World!" << endl
         goto hello;
    
         main();
         
         return 0;
    
    }
    But its not very advanced. Try this:

    Code:
    void main();
    {
         char * hello_string;
         hello:
         hello_string = new char [20];
         strcpy(hello_string, "Hello World!");
         cout << hello_string << endl
         goto hello;
    
         main();
         
         return 0;
    
    }
    Also, for added advanced techniques, try putting more things on one line and not indenting anything. I hear compilers will make faster EXEs if theres less lines.
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    This thread has gone nowhere, FAST.

    But hey, everyone needs their fun.

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    :: whining like a 5 year old tattling on his big sister ::

    Prelude started it!




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    But its not very advanced.
    What do you mean not advanced enough? We're all programmers here and there is no denying that programmers are consistently lazy. In fact, when I use goto statements I'll use shorthand for the handle. Even if it saves me from typing just one letter.
    Code:
    void main();
    {
         hell:
         cout << "Hello World!" << endl
         goto hell;
    
         main();
         
         return 0;
    
    }
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    Well you could at least do some error checking:
    Code:
    void main();
    {
         hell:
         cout << "Hello World!" << endl
         goto hell;
    
         if (!main())
         {
              goto hell; //because thats fun to type
              return E_FAIL;
         }
    
         return 0;
    }
    >>But hey, everyone needs their fun.

    Hey, this is serious stuff. We're trying to teach the newbies something here. Take a lesson from the masters.
    "There's always another way"
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    ROFLMAO!
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    haha, it's generally not considered a good thing when you post on a topic that hasnt gotten a replay FOR ALMOST A YEAR!!!

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    I know man, but I couldn't resist!
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    It's actually a good thing he posted, otherwise I would not know such a funny thread existed.
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    Well we cover all those topics except LL and Hardcore STL (just intro). We have an advanced C++ class for those topics and more!!
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    Originally posted by Yawgmoth
    It's actually a good thing he posted, otherwise I would not know such a funny thread existed.

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    Hehe, what an amusing thread from so long ago.

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