me = looking for c++ newbie

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    They Call me Mister Sako
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    me = looking for c++ newbie

    ok im just getting back into this (finally)

    i know im going to be backset with my skills and need to start over with the basic. so i decided it would be cool to make a simple program or game in c++ with someone else who doesnt consider them an expert in c++ (i dont wanna waste the time of someone real expierenced)

    if any of you wanna do this with me (or a group of people) tell me. id prefer not to use any graphics libraries like allegro. but im really up for anything when it comes down to the end.


    Edit: btw im Klinerr1 if anyone remebers me,. probally the bigtime forum vets might remeber me, its infamous typo 5000 klinerr1
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    Welcome back. A lot's changed. You may wanna have a look at our new "Projects" board, located at the bottom of your screen. You must be 18 years or older and have a touchtone phone to call.

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    heh i didnt notice those boards at all. my bad. im usually good about posting in the right spot and reading stickies etc.

    could a mod move this to the correct place? i dont wanna double post
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    A collaborative project sounds like fun. I am no expert, I look up stuff and play around with code snippets but I haven't really made anything useful. I am working on a Black Jack game but I keep rewriting it. I have rewritten about 10 times so far but I think I am making progress lol. You can count me in. I have plenty of spare time right now.
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    do you got AIM or MSN to talk with?
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    I've been coding c/c++ for about 8 mos. I'd be more than happy to help. I have AIM and my sn is linuxman2k1.

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    do you got AIM or MSN to talk with?
    Check his profile: manofsteel972 (AOL)

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    lol i didnt figure out how to check peoples profiles untill after posting that. what happened to the buttons on the bottom of the posts for easy clicking to IM people or see their profile etc
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    cboard upgraded the forums a little while back and everything's been getting put back in order since then to get back the old feel of the board (the new one was just plain ugly)

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    I'm IN, my AIM is alphd14 but I won't be online until tomorrow (I'm moving to a new place).
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    MisterSako, I'd be willing to be useful somewhere, as I've been coding C/C++ for about 6 mons, and understand most of OO. I mostly code in C, but could help with C++, that is, if you want any more help.

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    u need help

    newbie here if u need help let me know what i can do.

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