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    Ok nwo I'm sounding horible at this codeing. How do I ask for input. (After this I should be able to finish the rest of the tuts. And my borther mgiht be able to barrow a nice huge book on c++ from his friend for me some day or I will buy one for my self.

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    If I did your homework for you, then you might pass your class without learning how to write a program like this. Then you might graduate and get your degree without learning how to write a program like this. You might become a professional programmer without knowing how to write a program like this. Someday you might work on a project with me without knowing how to write a program like this. Then I would have to do you serious bodily harm. - Jack Klein

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    Ok nwo I'm sounding horible at this codeing. How do I ask for input. (After this I should be able to finish the rest of the tuts. And my borther mgiht be able to barrow a nice huge book on c++ from his friend for me some day or I will buy one for my self.
    Read the tutorial.
    Code:
    int num;
    cout << "Enter num: ";
    cin >> num;
    That would ask the user for input and then store it as num.

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    Thanks I think I can do it now

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    I can do it now thanks for everything!!!!

    Altho I will probebly be back in a wile once I get the tuts done!

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    Rune Hunter. I've found the master Rune!!! HERE LIES THE ANSWER TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS. . Study it. learn it well and do - don't ask. just do. Then you will know the answers to all your questions and life's mysteries as well.

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    right I don't wnat to be a hacker. Yet lol jk.

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    How do I make a a very simple program with one window and theres buttons you can press on teh window?
    Like sean_mackrory said "you have to learn C++ first." The standard C++ language does NOT include any graphics, color, mouse, or sound! This is so your C++ program can be "portable". ...If your program is written in pure-standard C++, it can be compiled to run on any machine with a keyboard, text-display, and disk storage.

    So, you get a Windows compiler and #include <windows> which will give you access to the Windows API Library. This a couple-thousand functions (and other shtuff) for GUI interaction. I know you're curious, so here's a Windows GUI Programming Tutorial.

    to barrow a nice huge book on c++ from his friend for me some day or I will buy one
    Yeah. You're going to need book. No single tutorial can cover the entire C++ language. In fact, there is only one book that covers the entire language, and that's the published ANSI C++ Language Standard. Umm... actually it's not complete either... Some sections refer-back to to the C-Language standard! In any case, the standard is an awsome reference (duh!), but it is NOT a tutorial, and most of us mortals need other books to learn from.
    Last edited by DougDbug; 08-20-2004 at 01:01 PM.

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    Lol ok great. Thanks alot! But I do hate reading but if it is for C++ I will.

    And yes I do want to see a windowes compiler so thanks again.

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    Well now I know that windows are out of the question for now. My head hurts and I didn't even learn much!

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    If you did 5 tutorials in one night, and judging by how much progress you've made in the other thread, I'd say give it a month and you could probably start on Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    Well now I know that windows are out of the question for now. My head hurts and I didn't even learn much!

    did you read my ariticle rune hunter. Your cracking me up.

    but serioulsy read and DO the article. READ IT!!

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    A month now lets see... school starts in september (I'll jsut say the 10th). So it is now the 20th. Guessing when you said one month you woudl mean 30 days so...

    about 20 days in school I will be able to that is 40 days from now. And when I go to school I will print off the tuts and other stuff to read at school so I will accauly learn faster probebly. (Altho I already printed off the first 9 tuts.

    But of course I will need brakes because my brain starts to hurt (ok not really but I do need brakes) and I like to learn other stuff abotu computers by waching The Screen Savers and then working off of what they tell us.

    And now...

    By now I think you would think I really have no life other then computers by looking at the size of this very pointless post.

    Edit: Why would I need to knwo hwo to hack. I could get a program to port scan and then anouther program to hack into the port. And I KNOW port scanning isn't illegal until you use against someone in a bad way.

    Edit edit: "If you did 5 tutorials in one night, and judging by how much progress you've made in the other thread" is that a good thing or bad?
    Last edited by Rune Hunter; 08-20-2004 at 03:27 PM.

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    By now I think you would think I really have no life other then computers by looking at the size of this very pointless post.
    Don't even talk, dude. Look at how many posts I've made this week.

    And once you've learnt one proper programming language (and C++ is), it becomes a lot easier to keep learning other languages. The same applies within one language - the tuts get a lot easier as you go along. For example, it took me a good couple of years with C++ before I was any good at it - and looking back with what I know about it now - I was an idiot (which is another point - experience teaches you wayy better than any book - you need to do a variety of learning methods). Then last Christmas was the first time I heard about .NET 6 months later I had written a very good server program in C#, and to be honest - I don't even remember learning it.

    edit: That's actually an insult to newbies. Remember how you asked us to tell you how to make a 3D viewer? Well that's like asking how to be hacker. In the works of Jim Lovell, "There are a thousand things that have to happen, in order, we are on number 8. You're talking about number 692". Don't be offended - read my next edit. Come back to your first post in a month and see how your perception of our reactions has changed. That site he gave you does not actually tell you how to be hacker (at least not directly). But he teaches you how to not act like a newbie. And I believe you're technically referring to "cracking". As it says in the site he gave you, hackers are inteligent programmers who further computer science and enjoy solving problems for a good cause. Crackers are immature idiots (the nerds, not the white people).

    edit2: No seriously - you've made a lot of progress. I haven't even learned Win32 yet, but that's mainly because I never had much of a desire to.
    Last edited by sean; 08-20-2004 at 03:36 PM.

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    I read to much today. I need a big brake.

    And thanks.

    Oh and ok crackers hackers I know now. But I still don't want to read all of that because I am a horible reader and can't read fast at all. I just want to read tuts right now.

    Oh and game maker is a great start to any person that wants to start learning a code. Sence game maker uses GML (game maker lang. (if you didn't know)) It is sorta like C++ but much easry to jump into. And you can make GREAT 2d games the first day you get it. And when game maker 6.0 comes out I will be playing with that 24/7. (Because he is implanting 3d stuff in his games! I can't wait!

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