I want homework!

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    Cool I want homework!

    Hello everyone, and yes you read right.

    This is the case, I've been doing some newbie c++ and recently stopped, but I wan't to start again. So you can you show me some of your homework or give me some tips on what kind of basic programs should I write.

    Notice, I've already written:
    - Different types of converters.
    - Basic calculators.
    Well that is all.

    Thank you all, and I hope you understand what I mean.

    // Tynnhammar

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    Well a wide variety of problems get posted on this board on a regular basis.
    Why not try some of those.

    Just don't go round posting complete answers to other peoples homework.
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    Oh, I don't intend on posting them, I meant that people could post their homeworks here(even if they did get it and don't need help).

    This is because it is satisfying for me .

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    you could search some university course websites for homework assignments and other projects.

    some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com

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    Ok I'll try that .

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    Hey,
    I'm new to C++ and I have a question, How do you start with it, damn is so tough

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    What are you finding difficult? [edit] If you read the Getting started section here it gives you a few hints
    http://www.cprogramming.com/begin.html
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    Now I know what doesn't work.

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    Try the contest board for some interesting problems.

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    Hum I started with C, then Java for objects.. and C++ for me were about 5 days of reading.

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    This is a little in depth but if you really want to be a self directed learner I found this site to be invaluable.
    http://www-distance.syr.edu/sdltools.html
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    You may teach a person from now until doom's day, but that person will only know what he learns himself.

    Now I know what doesn't work.

    A problem is understood by solving it, not by pondering it.

    For a bit of humor check out xkcd web comic http://xkcd.com/235/

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