Please Try out my Utility Program!!!

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    Talking Please Try out my Utility Program!!!

    Some of you might know me for asking alot of questions...well, ive finnaly got everything figured out!!!! Please look at my utility program, "Comp-Master". It contains a ultra-hex, ultra-calc, and ultra-rand. I did get help with ultra-hex from klinner1...but i did create it all...it also includes a help, about, credits, and exit command... PLEASE Post your comments on it!!!!!

    I'll post an attachment that has the program.

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    Talking The Program:

    Well, here it is!!
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    A little over done with all the ASCII everywhere, got distracting. As well, use a few more clrscr();, it just makes it easier to read. The random number thing could be better, such as choosing how many numbers you wish to generate, etc. Overall, okay I guess.
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    Smile Uh-No

    Well thanks for the halfway-decent comment, but i didnt use ASCII on my "start" page.its just a neat pattern done by cout...and im not using clrscr(), im using system("CLS");
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    Good job, how long did it take you to complete this?
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    Talking dunno..

    >>How long did it take you to complete this?

    About a week, as i was still learning...i have tp had overwritten everything in it at least 5 times...im going to update the calc part tomorrow to have square roots, and will post the update on this thread...thanks for the good comment!!!!
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    Well

    Well my idea now is that if i get enough good comments on this prog (like a beta test) ill add it to my website. if not, ill most likely sack it...lol
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    Good idea (looking for feedback....), however, always keep your programs. I can't count the number of times that I'll find myself in need of something that I had coded (even halfway) before and thrown it away. I now back it all up, even the useless stuff. Who knows, I"ll either use it or utilize the CD's as coasters when I get a lot of guests at the house. I already use those too freely distributed AOL CD's for that.
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    lol

    lol thanks for the advice...however, im only 13...
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    13? Impressive! Keep it up.
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    The ouput of the program seems okay from a cursory check. It looks nice, but I'm interested in seeing the source code.

    >thanks for the good comment!!!!
    Good comment as in informative or good as in positive on the program? Because I found Kyoto Oshiro's comment informative and I'm inclined to agree.

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    It runs OK except for the ultra random part.

    if you do multiple runs of the random thing it gives similar numbers. I did 3 runs and all three numbers were in 600s... very close.

    I suggest that you use the randomize() along with random() or rand().

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    ditto for the random thing. mine were in the 2800s and were within 6 of each other.

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    Yeah...

    Hmmm...youre right, mine were close in the 18,000's...ill fix that.
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    i think this easily qualifies as competition for calc.exe
    although its true, the ascii is a bit painfull to the eyes...

    are u using randomize or srand at all at the moment?
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