View Poll Results: what do you use C++ for?

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This is a discussion on Ai within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; is it poseble to make AI with C++. if so how do you make a program that can randomly display ...

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    is it poseble to make AI with C++. if so how do you make a program that can randomly display preprogramed messages.
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    Yes, C++ is very capable of making AI. For the preprogrammed messages, just place all the messages in a container like a vector or an array, and then use a random number to call one of them.

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    yeaaaaahhhh right explane that on a more basic level i've only doing this for a month or so.
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    Well, first of all, get a good book so that you will understand what we are talking about.... I reccomend Sam's Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, or its C counterpart, teach yourself C in 21 days.

    Then, check your grammar/spelling when you post.

    explane that on a more basic level i've only doing this for a month or so.
    Well, that is pretty basic already; but if you change the word "vector" to "array", it might be easier to understand.

    then use a random number to call one of them.
    Should be rephrased as "display the message which is at a random index".
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    thanks that helps
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    Hmmmm.....I guess imitation is a form of flattery.

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    Is it just me or does this poll not ask some of the other important things. I'm not sure if anyone goes to all the trouble of learning any type of programming language so all they can do is make AI.
    Not to be harsh, but it needs re-wording (Spell check?)
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    That was kind of harsh. This is a newbie here. Newbies don't always know exactly what they are talking about.

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    Originally posted by master5001
    That was kind of harsh. This is a newbie here. Newbies don't always know exactly what they are talking about.
    half yes half no i know a little enough to understand most.
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    Hmmmm.....I guess imitation is a form of flattery.
    Heh, I read his post and thought... Gee, master must be drunk or something! Then I remembered that it's Master5001 and not 2000... oh well
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    lol

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    Me two, kinda took a double-take there.
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    if( numeric_limits< byte >::digits != bits_per_byte )
        error( "program requires bits_per_byte-bit bytes" );
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    C++ can be used for AI, but depending on what type of AI you are making, I would not suggest it. Game AI, and genetic programming, and such are ok in C++, but for any attempt to building something 'cognitive' (yes, I know major ambiguity, but it's late and I don't wanna type), I would suggest something else. LISP or Scheme come to mind, but I am naturally weary of those languages.

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    What the hell is the deal with these stupid ass polls that don't have anything to do with the topic? Stop making absurd polls until you figure out what exactly a poll is. Here, let me help!

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    >>What the hell is the deal with these stupid ass polls that don't have anything to do with the topic?
    Agreed. And the poll is old anyway.

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