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    advanced board

    I've been reading here for a while, but I am getting a little bored with all the beginner/homework questions.
    Therefore, does anybody know a more advanced C/C++ board without resorting to newsgroups?

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    How bout asking your advanced C/C++ questions here.

    Just because there are alot of homework and beginner questions doesnt mean you cant ask harder questions. I doubt you will find a board better than this one, some of the members here have an unbelieveable understanding of the language.
    What is C++?

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    And do not forget that we have more section than this, and they tend to get more advanced there .

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    C++ boards that don't accept newbies tend to recieve very little post. What stops you from asking advances questions here? No one forces you to read subjects that contains help and ten exclamation marks.
    without resorting to newsgroups?
    The advanced C++ boards are newsgroups, where the creators of C++ and compiler constructors hang out. If you like the web, use google groups.
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    Ya this board is full of beginners who don't know what they are doind geez just look at Prelude, Salem, Thantos and Quzah they are bunch of people who don't know anything.
    And yes I know there are others but there are too many to list
    Woop?

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    It's not about asking advanced questions, I try to learn something by reading these boards. But almost all questions are about why scanf or cin does not work.

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    Boards are not here to provide you with knowledge(they do but thats not the main goal) if you want to learn new stuff you have to try it out on your own not read the board to find out something new(which happens alot too).
    Woop?

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    If you think you are all bad let's see some code.
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    I try to learn something by reading these boards
    You will never become a programming expert via reading these (or any other) message boards. This can only be achieved through lots and lots of practice. Think of a project that will be fun and challenging to do, and then do it. When you run into problems with your project, then you can come here and we will be here to help you

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    I feel targeted

    As a newbie, this board is gold to me. I love that it's allowed to ask question about even the simplest stuff, as long as you post properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bithub
    You will never become a programming expert via reading these (or any other) message boards.
    You have no idea how much language details I've learnt from comp.lang.c and comp.lang.c++.moderated. Unfortunately I cant access those groups from where I work now.
    No you dont become a programming expert by learning language details, but you do become a better C/C++ programmer by knowing language pitfalls.

    I'm not attacking anybody, I'm just asking if there's a web forum with more advanced discussions than here. Everybody has been a noob and this forum is a great help for those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Brain
    If you think you are all bad let's see some code.
    sure, heres some C code. compiles for me

    Code:
    void main(int argc, char* argv[])
    {
        printf("%d\n", x());
        getchar();
    }
    
    int x(void)
    {
        return rand() % 10;
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserve
    Unfortunately I cant access those groups from where I work now.
    Can you access
    http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...B%2B.moderated
    ?

    Google groups is an alternative when no news server is available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sang-drax
    Google groups is an alternative when no news server is available.
    ah thanks. I did not know that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserve
    I'm just asking if there's a web forum with more advanced discussions than here. Everybody has been a noob and this forum is a great help for those.
    if you want an advanced discussion... start one... there are several other members on this board that would really appreciate a deep discussion on the language...
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