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niklaskr
05-14-2002, 06:32 PM
:D :D :D I only wonna say: I LOVE THIS BOARD :D :D :D

...and: this is the most helpful "thing" for newbe's, I have ever seen!

I use the search-funktion all the time, it's easy!!!


:D :D :D

Vicious
05-14-2002, 08:23 PM
Thats what i thought until i got into Win32API.

Its hard to make ppl understand what you need help with...

adrianxw
05-14-2002, 11:52 PM
>>> Its hard to make ppl understand what you need help with...

Asking the right question is an art. It is often difficult to answer someone simply because they have not explained their difficulty.

black
05-15-2002, 12:41 AM
Originally posted by niklaskr
:D :D :D I only wonna say: I LOVE THIS BOARD :D :D :D

...and: this is the most helpful "thing" for newbe's, I have ever seen!

I use the search-funktion all the time, it's easy!!!


:D :D :D

me too. Cheers~ ;)

ihsir
05-15-2002, 12:54 AM
>>I use the search-funktion all the time, it's easy!!!

Good to know that atleast there are people who use the search.

incognito
05-15-2002, 02:29 PM
Originally posted by Vicious
Thats what i thought until i got into Win32API.

Its hard to make ppl understand what you need help with...


I still love this board, people do their best to help you.

Vicious
05-15-2002, 03:17 PM
I know
:rolleyes:

I basicly figured out im not ready for Win32 just yet....
So..

I LOVE THIS BOARD
:p

incognito
05-15-2002, 03:24 PM
I guess you haven't heard that I am learning win32 with some other people and help each other on a message board right? You could join.

Vicious
05-15-2002, 03:26 PM
heh, i might...
but i realized that I had no idea what a class, string, pointers, ect.
was!

So im gonna try and do some Dos apps b4 i take the complex win32 again :o

adrianxw
05-15-2002, 11:52 PM
It is always best to have a reasonable grasp of the language before trying anything more advanced, the old "walk before you run" thing. You can learn C/C++ in a console app.

Not the most visually appealing medium I suppose, but you can write a runnable program with a few lines to test something, rather than a few hundred lines to try the same in a Windows App.

jdinger
05-16-2002, 02:44 PM
Originally posted by adrianxw
Not the most visually appealing medium I suppose, but you can write a runnable program with a few lines to test something, rather than a few hundred lines to try the same in a Windows App.

Amen to that! I've got one project called "Cons" that I use just for this purpose. It's just a basic shell of a console app with a menu etc. that I use to test out new things. Just add a function or varaible or two, update the cout menu, compile and test away.

adrianxw
05-16-2002, 11:49 PM
Mine is called "Console" !

SilentStrike
05-16-2002, 11:53 PM
I've got a whole directory of < 50 line programs I used when testing out different code.

/var/src/simple



a.out* friendHelp.o queue.cpp
birthday.txt functor.cpp revString.c
charToInt.cpp inheritanceExample.cpp StackChars.cpp
cheesyPi.cpp iotest.cpp stdMapTest.cpp
computeTest.cpp leak.cpp strstreamTest.cpp
crazyMapThingTest.cpp lineParser.cpp structPrivTest.cpp
deriveFromList.cpp makeStreamBuf test_streambuf.cpp
doubleIsInteger.cpp map.c vector3.h*
eraseSpaces.cpp Matrix.h vectorFakingMatrix.cpp
fileExistance.cpp outputRedirection.cpp VectorTest.cpp*
friendHelp.cpp perfectSquare.cpp voidVsBool.cpp