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Andy
06-27-2002, 08:10 AM
what a bad day for me?i have failed my c++ again,i am kind felt so bad for myself.i have failed it for so many times, and i still can't get the whole concept of this programming.As for sure,i know it's tough,i didn't give up that easily and i want to pass it for once.
It's really give me huge impact as i get the result,i really felt so sad and suffocated. One words,So sad ! i really don't know how to improve my C++ languages? i really don't know..................

i think maybe that is the end of it.......... ;(( is that any possible way to bounce back? ;(
i am just want share with everyone over here, just want share my sadness....

Mario
06-27-2002, 08:22 AM
http://www.inform.umd.edu/SCHOLAR/ac/papers97/Park-ac1.html

lightatdawn
06-27-2002, 08:37 AM
How about some more useful links instead?

http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html
http://firstpod.tripod.com/cpp21/
http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lite/

If at first you dont succeed, try try again. ;)

ober
06-27-2002, 09:15 AM
there comes a point in one's life where maybe it's better to give up... if you don't get programming the first few times... then maybe it's not for you.... try something else...

sorry to downplay the whole thing and be a pessimist... but i'm trying to be realistic here...

sweets
06-27-2002, 10:08 AM
I have a strong belief that the only way to learn how to program is by actually doing it. Im not suggesting your not attempting it but you must really try. Maybe starting from the basics and really trying to solve the problems you encounter will help. The more mistakes you make the more you end up learning from them.

On the other hand ober5861 could be right in his thoughts, maybe you should try something else. There is this saying


EVERY SUCCESSFUL PERSON HAS HAD FAILURES, BUT REPEATED FAILURE IS NO GUARANTEE OF EVENTUAL SUCCESS

Either which way...I hope it all works out for you.

Sophie

Zewu
06-27-2002, 03:12 PM
Because so many others have succeed in programming, you can probably do it yourself too

Sekti
06-27-2002, 03:50 PM
ok what dont you understand ill help you personly over aim if you want

Musicdip
06-27-2002, 04:06 PM
Sekti, if you teach him can you teach me at the same time like all 3 of us in a chatroom?

ober
06-28-2002, 06:09 AM
of for the love of God.... if you're planning to teach someone how to program over AIM... well then you're just nuts.. you're going to just end up giving them code and they'll just stare at it and go .... "wuh?"... if you've gone through a few classes of it and can't pick up the basics and write even slightly complicated programs, then maybe it's just not for you. Not everyone has the same mindset and can see how the code works in their head. If they can't do that, programming can be a nightmare.

besides... it's not the teaching that is going to help you learn programming, you have to do it on your own. I know about 7 languages now and it's not because someone taught me them. I was only ever taught 2 of them formally.

face_master
06-28-2002, 07:27 AM
>>>i have failed it for so many times, and i still can't get the whole concept of this programming

How about concentrating on a certain thing in C++ that you can't get? Thats the best way, i rekon.

>>>just want share my sadness....

gee, thanks. Pass it 'round. :p

Just keep trying!