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    How to implement a counter from 1 to 1800 whereby once the count reaches the maximum number being display, a pop-up screen will appear and causing the counter to reset back to 1. Using a if statement.

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    Sounds like a homework or book exercise. Anyway, show what you've tried.
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    do u all know any if statement to make that counter?

    can u show me some code for me to try it out.

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    You would probably have better luck posting this question to a Delphi board instead of a C/C++ board.
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    delphi code is about the same as c/c++ so i post it on this board so that u guy can help with the code for the counter.

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